Upcoming films


Star Trek - 27th & 28th August

Director: Justin Lin
Starring: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Anton Yelchin,Karl Urban, Simon Pegg

Star Trek Beyond finds the crew of the USS Enterprise jumping ship after attacks by unknown aliens. Marooned on a mysterious planet, they face new, viciously hostile foes led by the reptilian Krall (Elba). But Captain Kirk (Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto), Uhura (Saldana) and Scotty (Pegg) are determined to apply some ingenious sci-fi alchemy to overcome the odds against them. This interstellar thriller boasts masses of audience appeal.

BBFCINSIGHT moderate violence, threat

Rating: 12A. Running Time: 122 Minutes (2 hour, 2 minutes)



16:00 (27th Aug) | 19:00 (27th Aug)

16:00 (28th Aug) | 19:00 (28th Aug)


18:00 (27th Aug)

18:00 (28th Aug)



Jason Bourne - 3rd & 4th September 

Director: Paul Greengrass. 
Starring: Matt Damon, Tommy Lee Jones, Alicia Vikander.

It's been 10 years since Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) walked away from the agency that trained him to become a deadly weapon. Hoping to draw him out of the shadows, CIA director Robert Dewey assigns hacker and counterinsurgency expert Heather Lee to find him. Lee suspects that former operative Nicky Parsons is also looking for him. As she begins tracking the duo, Bourne finds himself back in action battling a sinister network that utilizes terror and technology to maintain unchecked power.

BBFCINSIGHT moderate violance

Rating: 12A. Running Time: 121 Minutes.



16:00 (3rd Sep) | 19:00 (3rd Sep)

16:30 (4st Sep) | 19:00 (4th Sep)


18:00 (3rd Sep)

18:00 (4th Sep)




The BFG - 10th & 11th September

Director: Stephen Spielberg
Starring: Mark Rylance, Bill Hader, Jemaine Clement, Rafe Spall

What better way to mark this year’s Roald Dahl centenary than with a brand new big friendly giant? At the centre of the tale is Sophie, a characterful and curious young girl living in a London orphanage. One night, she is whisked off to a land of giants, where the BFG teaches her about dreams and protects her from other less-friendly giants.

BBFCINSIGHT mild threat

Rating: PG. Running Time: 117 Minutes.



16:00 (10th Sep)

16:00 (11st Sep)


18:00 (10th Sep)

18:00 (11th Sep)



Wiener-Dog - 10th & 11th September

Director: Todd Solondz
Starring: Greta Gerwig, Danny DeVito, Ellen Burstyn, Kieran Culkin, Michael James Shaw

In this deliciously melancholy and offbeat indie comedy, iconic director Todd Solondz resurrects Dawn Wiener, the awkward lead from his 1995 breakout hit Welcome To The Dollhouse, to deliver one of his funniest films to date. Here played beautifully by Greta Gerwig, Dawn appears in just one of four interlinked stories of American life that connect an affluent suburban family, a frustrated screenwriting teacher, an elderly depressive and Dawn herself. A bracingly funny, often moving film, Wiener-Dog sees Solondz tackle typically bold and tricky themes with caustic wit and shrewd observation – and better yet, he does so with the generosity and optimism to ultimately let the dog steal the show.

BBFCINSIGHT Strong Language, Gory images

Rating: 15. Running Time: 88 Minutes.



19:00 (10th Sep)

19:00 (11th Sep)



Julieta - 17th & 18th September

Director: Pedro Almodóvar.(Talk to Her, Volver)
Starring: Adriana Ugarte, Emma Suárez.

In Almodóvar’s richly seasoned and photographed film, Julieta (Suárez) is the middle-aged mother of Antía, whom she hasn’t seen for 12 years. Just as Julieta is about to leave Madrid for good, a chance meeting reveals that Antía, now a mother of three, is living happily in another country. The discovery prompts a radical change of plan, gradually explained in a series of flashbacks which explore Julieta’s emotional complexity. Julieta as a younger woman is played by Adriana Ugarte, the vignettes she appears in featuring familiar faces from Almodóvar’s loose-knit repertory company, including the wonderful Rossy de Palma (Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown). Adapted by the director from Nobel laureate Alice Munro’s short stories, after the playful excesses of I’m So Excited! this is a return to the dramatic, female-centric form of Volver.

Rating: 15. Running Time: 99 Minutes.



16:00 (17th Sep) | 19:00 (17th Sep)

16:00 (18th Sep) | 19:00 (18th Sep)


18:00 (17th Sep)

18:00 (18th Sep)




Cafe Society - 24th & 25th September 

Director: Woody Allen (Annie Hall, Vicky Cristina Barcelona)
Starring: Jeannie Berlin, Steve Carell, Jesse Eisenberg, Blake Lively, Parker Posey, Kristen Stewart

Nebbishy Bobby (Eisenberg) is despatched to beautifully evoked 1930s Hollywood, where his powerful agent uncle finds him a lowly job and, coincidentally, a romance with his level-headed secretary, Vonnie. These are the bones of Woody Allen’s latest film, which echoes Bullets Over Broadway and Midnight In Paris in both its period evocation and its emotional entanglements. This is arguably a more sophisticated work, however, with Eisenberg’s nervous tics channelling Allen’s own complex personality, and Stewart’s character harbouring secrets that underline the frailty of romance, plus winning turns from Jeannie Berlin (Inherent Vice) and the irrepressible Ken Stott as Bobby’s parents.

Rating: 12A. Running Time: 96 Minutes.



16:00 (24th Sep) | 19:00 (24th Sep)

16:00 (25th Sep) | 19:00 (25th Sep)


18:00 (24th Sep)

18:00 (25th Sep)