Forthcoming films at Aldeburgh Cinema
Teatro alla Scala – The Temple of Wonders
Thursday 26th May
DISCOVER ARTS & ARCHITECTURE Teatro alla Scala: The Temple Of Wonders is the story of one of the world’s most exclusive music and performing arts venues. Thanks to historical music and theatre greats such as Giuseppe Verdi and Arturo Toscanini, and contemporary arts directors including Franco Zeffirelli and Patrice Chéreau, Teatro alla Scala has upheld its position as a world-class theatre throughout the years.
St Peter’s and the Papal Basilicas of Rome
Premiere on Mon 4 July at 7.30pm
DISCOVER ARTS & ARCHITECTURE St Peter’s And The Papal Basilicas Of Rome brings completely new footage of St Peter’s, St John Lateran, St Mary Major, St Paul Outside The Walls and the works of art enshrined within them to the big screen.
Leonardo Da Vinci – The Genius in Milan
Premiere on Thu 16 June at 7.30pm
DISCOVER ARTS & ARCHITECTURE In spring 2015 Milan paid tribute to Leonardo Da Vinci by holding an extraordinary exhibition event at the Palazzo Reale. Leonardo Da Vinci: The Genius In Milan explores his work as never seen before, telling the story of the artist’s world and the treasures he left us. Pietro Marani, the curator of the 2015 exhibition, and some of the world’s leading experts on Leonardo tell a story that could open new perspectives an
Fri 27, Sat 28, Mon 30, Tue 31 May & Thu 2 June at 7:30pm
Director John Carney (Once, Begin Again) takes us to ’80s Dublin, where Conor (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) invites the mysterious and cool Raphina (Lucy Boynton) to star in his band’s music video. A heartfelt, warmly humorous drama.
Sat 28 May & Sun 5 June at 3:00pm
This animated animal extravaganza is set in a magical mammal city. Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin), a determined young rabbit, enlists in the local police force. To solve the mysterious case of a missing rabbit, she must team up with a con-artist fox.
The Jungle Book
Sun 29 May – Sat 4 June at 3:00pm
When the tiger Shere Khan (Idris Elba) decrees that humans are no longer welcome in the jungle, human boy Mowgli sets off with Bagheera the panther (Ben Kingsley) and Baloo the bear (Bill Murray) to find a new home. This starry new adaptation seamlessly blends live action with cutting-edge CGI.
Captain America: Civil War
Sun 29 May & Wed 1 June at 7:30pm
The third Captain America adventure finds the Avengers locked in mortal combat – with each other. Iron Man (Robert Downey Jnr), Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and more go head-to-head.
Son of Saul
Sat 4, Mon 6, Tue 7 June at 7:30pm
Winner of the Best Foreign-Language Film Oscar, Nemes’s powerful debut, about a Nazi concentration camp inmate seeking a dignified burial for his son, has stunned critics and audiences alike with the timelessness of its message and the bravura conviction of its storytelling.
Friday 3 June at 7:30pm, Sun 5 June at 7:30pm, Wed 8 June at 3:00pm
Don Cheadle brings plenty of attitude to this Miles Davis biopic, which marks his directorial debut and in which he also stars. The performances, retro ambiance and intoxicating soundtrack are all wonderful.
Where to Invade Next
Only on Friday 10 June at 6.15pm
After the screening - Live satellite Q&A from the opening of the Sheffield DocFest 2016: Michael Moore in Conversation with Louis Theroux.
Sat 11 June at 3:00pm, Sun 12 & Wed 15 June at 7:30pm
Director Schipper has pulled off a staggering feat with Victoria, shooting the entire film in one unbroken, exhilarating take. A multiple award winner at Berlinale, this is an adrenaline-pumping thriller that pushes the boundaries of cinema.
A Hologram For The King
Sat 11 June at 7:30pm, Sun 12 June at 3:00pm, Mon 13 & Tue 14 June at 7:30pm, Wed 15 June at 3:00pm
IT salesman Alan Clay (Tom Hanks) gets way out of his depth on a Saudi Arabian project using hologram technology to build a city in the desert. Based on Dave Eggers’s bestselling novel.
Love & Friendship
Fri 17 & Sat 18 June at 7:30pm, Sun 19 June at 3:00pm, Mon 20 & Tue 21 June at 7:30pm Wed 22 June at 3:00pm, Thu 23 June at 7:30pm
Kate Beckinsale and Chloë Sevigny are a joy to behold as scheming friends Susan and Alicia in this razor-sharp, gorgeously staged comedy of romantic manners, based on Jane Austen's novella Lady Susan.
Sat 18 June at 3:00pm, Sun 19 & Wed 22 June at 7:30pm
This Oscar-nominated, Cannes-winning film follows five Turkish sisters whose young lives are blighted by harsh restrictions imposed by their authoritarian uncle. Writer-director Ergüven subtly builds narrative tension around the girls' growing defiance.
Me Before You
Fri 24 & Sat 25 June at 7:30pm, Sun 26 June at 3:00pm, Mon 27 June at 7:30pm, Wed 29 June at 3:00pm, Thu 30 June at 7:30pm
Quirky 26-year-old Lou (Emilia Clarke) becomes a care worker for wealthy young banker Will (Sam Claflin), who was severely disabled in a motorcycle
Our Little Sister
Sat 25 June at 3:00pm, Sun 26 & Wed 29 June at 7:30pm
Grown-up sisters Sachi, Yoshino and Chika live together in their late grandmother’s house. When they discover that they have a 13-year-old half-sister who has nowhere to go, they invite her to move in with them. Kore-eda does what he does best, applying his sensitive touch to illuminate truths in domestic dynamics.
Alice Through The Looking Glass
Fri 1 July at 7:30pm, Sat 2 July at 3:00pm, Sun 3 July at 7:30pm, Wed 6 July at 3:00pm
This sequel to 2010’s Alice In Wonderland again stars Mia Wasikowska as Alice. Discovering that her old friend the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp) has turned even madder than usual, she sets about trying to save him.
Everybody Wants Some!!
Sat 2 July 7.30pm, Sun 3 July 3.00pm, Tue 5 & Wed 6 July 7.30pm
Over a long pre-term weekend, a group of college baseball players roam from their ramshackle accommodation around bars and parties, searching for action – sexual and otherwise – in Linklater's (Dazed And Confused) deft comedy.
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie
Fri 8 July at 7:30, Sat 9 & Sun 10 July at 3:00pm & 7:30pm, Mon 11 July at 7:30, Tue 12 July at 3:00pm, Wed 13 July at 3:00pm & 7:30pm, Thu 14 July at 7:30pm
After an attempt to schmooze Kate Moss goes spectacularly awry, PR agent Eddy (Jennifer Saunders) and magazine editor Patsy (Joanna Lumley) beat a retreat to the French Riviera. The result is a fun-in-the-sun caper where even Botox won’t stop you smiling.
Fri 22 July to Thurs 4 Aug at 4.00pm & 7.30pm excluding 23 July & 30 July matinees
The talents of the world’s greatest storytellers – Roald Dahl, Walt Disney and Steven Spielberg – finally unite to bring beloved classic THE BFG to life.