The Rocky Horror Picture Show


SHOW TIMES


Saturday, September 22nd
at 8:30PM

Saturday, November 3rd
at 8:30PM
20th Century Fox


The Rocky Horror Picture Show with shadow cast
featuring...THE RICH WEIRDOES

Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes

Rated  R


Cast:  Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick
 
Due to its celebrated history of over 30 years of decadent delight,
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW has become the longest running, fully interactive audience participation film in the world!
However, there are many people who have never been to a live, interactive cinematic experience before... or have always wanted to and didn't know what to expect.
Well, here is a quick run-down of the three main components of what makes Rocky Horror so freakin' amazing:

1- The Film: "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (a.k.a. RHPS, Rocky Horror, or just "Rocky") is a film based on a musical made in the early 1970's in England.
If you know anything about British humor (see Monty Python, or Absolutely Fabulous), you'll know it's one of the most bizarre out there.
The original musical was a campy comedy making fun of all the horrible sci-fi and “B”-movies of the 1940's, 50’s and 60's: A variety of weird and naughty things happen to a nice, little Middle-American couple (Brad & Janet).
When they stumble upon an annual convention of aliens, all lead by a cross-dressing doctor bent on making himself a Frankenstein-style monster/playmate.
Depravity, singing, dancing, and eventually, mutiny round out the play. The play turned into a movie. The movie flopped. The movie started playing at midnight. People started showing up to it...

2- The Cast: The Rocky Horror experience is enhanced by what is know as a "shadow cast".
A shadow cast is a group of performers who study the film or video recordings for the sole purpose of adapting/interpreting it into a pantomime stage performance.
When done well, everything that goes on in the film is performed by live actors in perfect synch while the film or video plays above them.
Some performers focus on screen accuracy, hoping to make their costumes, makeup, choreography, gestures, etc. as much of a direct replica of what is pictured on the screen above them.
Others prefer to blend screen accuracy with their own quirks or improvisations, resulting in humorous, sometimes thematic, over-the-top interpretations of the film.

3- The Audience: Yes, YOU get to be part of the show:
Many audience members express themselves through attire: whether to mimic their favorite characters, elicit a reaction from fellow theater-goers, or to flaunt their own flavor of depravity.
Also, the audience (along with some painfully well-versed comedians on cast) participate in an ongoing litany of jokes, sight gags and other humorous banter.
Many of the jokes at a Rocky performance hail from a long tradition of burlesque ribaldry.
In other words, the jokes at a typical Rocky Horror performance tend to be a bit on the nasty/naughty/raunchy/un-politically correct side so, as a warning:

!!! - If you're not offended, we didn't do our job. - !!!

So, if you're prepared to let go of your inhibitions (even if only for one night), laugh at everything you've been told not to (including YOURSELF) and "let your freak flag fly," then you've come to the right place.
Really ... nothing is sacred ... nothing.



The Sleeping Beauty


SHOW TIMES


Tuesday, December 4th
at
1:00PM




CineLife


The Sleeping Beauty

Running time: 2 hours 

Not Rated 

Cast:      Iana Salenko and Marian Walter
 
"Sleeping Beauty" follows in its end the French version of Charles Perrault. At the baptism of Princess Aurora, the fairy Carabosse casts a spell. At her sixteenth birthday the curse is realized, Aurore pricks on a needle and falls into a deep sleep that will last a hundred years. Prince Désiré finally finds his way to Aurore's bed and her kiss awakens the princess. All for a classic ending: a wedding of fairy tales.
When she is finally released from a bad spell by the kiss of a young prince, the Sleeping Beauty awakes and is - despite a hundred years of sleep - always a beautiful young woman. The prince's love was simply stronger than the curse that haunts the princess. Staatsballett Berlin's artistic director, Nacho Duato, brings a new life to this classic, which is also 100 years old, and for which Tchaikovsky composed an unforgettable music.
This production demonstrates that Nacho Duato can also tackle classical ballets and dance on spikes successfully. More contemporary and at the same time enchanting this new production thanks to its sumptuous sets and costumes has been a huge success. The costumes and sets are signed Angelina Atlagic. They offer this fairy tale a more elegant setting than ever before.

The star couple Iana Salenko and Marian Walter dance Aurore and Désiré surrounded by the superb corps de ballet of Staastballett Berlin.




The Nutcracker


SHOW TIMES


Thursday, December 13th
at 6:3
0PM

Tuesday, December 18th
at
1:00PM

Thursday, December 20th
at 
6:30PM


CineLife


The Nutcracker

Running time: 1 hour 53 minutes

Not Rated 

Cast:      Iana Salenko and Marian Walter
 
After a long wait, the Staatsballett Berlin goes back to the Nutcracker, one of the most popular ballets in the world. Vasily Medvedev and Yuri Burlaka, two fine choreographers of the Russian tradition, developed this version based on the historical scenography and original choreography of 1892. The scenography and costumes were recreated from precious Russian archives.
This choreography, created for the world premiere by Lev Ivanov, is largely based on his recommendations. He gave this ballet its inimitable style which still influences the greatest contemporary choreographers.
Associated with the brilliance of contemporary dance, this production is a reconstruction conceived as a great fairy that reveals all its nostalgic charm and celebrates the spirit of Christmas. The music of Tchaikovsky, a true masterpiece, immediately evokes the fall of snowflakes and the scent of Christmas spices.




Frankenstein


SHOW TIMES


Thursday, October 25th
at 
6:30PM

Tuesday, November 6th
at
1:00PM


National Theatre Live


Frankenstein

Running time: 2 hours 10 minutes

Not Rated 

Cast:  Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller
 
Returning to international cinemas to mark the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s most famous novel...
Captured live in 2011 from the National Theatre stage in London, this thrilling, sold-out production became an international sensation, experienced by almost half a million people in cinemas around the world.
Directed by Academy Award®-winner Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire), Frankenstein features Benedict Cumberbatch (Hamlet, BBC’s Sherlock) and Jonny Lee Miller (Elementary, Trainspotting) alternating between the roles of Victor Frankenstein and his creation.
Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein’s bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the increasingly desperate and vengeful Creature determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal.
Scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development, and the nature of good and evil, are embedded within this thrilling and deeply disturbing classic tale.



The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism


SHOW TIMES


Tuesday, October 9th
at
1:30PM

Thursday, October 18th
at
6:30PM

Tuesday, November 20th
at
6:30PM
Exhibition on Screen


The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism

Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Not Rated 

Directed by Phil Grabsky and narrated by Gillian Anderson
 
Taking its lead from French artists like Renoir and Monet, the American impressionist movement followed its own path which over a forty-year period reveals as much about America as a nation as it does about its art as a creative power-house. It’s a story closely tied to a love of gardens and a desire to preserve nature in a rapidly urbanizing nation. Travelling to studios, gardens and iconic locations throughout the United States, UK and France, this mesmerising film is a feast for the eyes.
In 1886, the French art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel brought a selection of his huge stock of impressionist paintings to New York, changing the course of art in America forever. American artists flocked to the French village of Giverny, home to the master impressionist Claude Monet, and cheered the French new wave: painting outdoors with a new found brilliance and vitality. As Europe recoiled against the work of Monet, Degas and Renoir, Americans embraced it and created their own style of impressionism.
The timing of Durand-Ruel’s transformative visit was perfect. As America steamed into the Industrial Age, urban reformers fought to create public parks and gardens: patches of beauty amid smokestacks and ash heaps. These gardens provided unlimited inspiration for artists and a never-ending oasis for the growing middle class, made up of increasingly independent women, who relished the writings of English horticulturalists Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson. Meanwhile the rise of wide-circulation magazines cultivated the idea that gardening was a path to spiritual renewal amid industrial blight and the belief that artists should work in native landscapes.
As America made its epic move from a nation of farmers to a land of factories, the pioneering American Impressionists crafted a sumptuous visual language that told the story of an era.
The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism features the sell-out exhibition The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement, 1887–1920 that began at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and ended at the Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, Connecticut. 



IL VOLO : Una Notte Magica


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Thursday, November 15th
at
6:30PM


Rising Alternative


IL VOLO : Una Notte Magica -
In Concert with Plácido Domingo

Running time: 1 hour 46 minutes

Not Rated
Sung in various languages


Conductor:  Plácido Domingo
Performance By:  Gianluca Ginoble, Piero Barone, Ignazio Boschetto
 
Una Notte Magica  was the name of the legendary concert performed in 1990 by three tenors – José Carreras, Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti — an now, 26 years later, Il Volo sings in Florence to commemorate that enchanting evening. This unique tribute event takes place in Piazza Santa Croce, accompanied by the great Tetro Massimo di Palermo Orchestra and conducted by Plácido Domingo himself.



Slipaway


SHOW TIMES


Thursday, September 13th
at
9:10AM, 11:35AM, 2:00PM, 4:25PM,
6:50PM, 9:15PM

Friday, September 14th
through
Thursday,
September 20th
at
10:30AM, 1:10PM, 3:35PM, 8:00PM



Creative Vision


Slipaway

Running time: 1 hour 29 minutes

Not Rated

Cast:  Elaine Partnow, Jesse Pepe, Hossein Mardani
 
A spiritual journey of compassion, redemption and unconditional friendship between two solitary souls at opposite ends of life...
Despite the unlikely odds, they rescue each other from tormented pasts and set free their ultimate calling.
Neglected by her family, Fall, a high-spirited elder with kind intentions but extreme measures, encounters little companionship in this turbulent world. When she comes across Adam, a young and hopeless street musician selling his keyboard, she buys it on a whim under the pretense of wanting to learn piano. Suspicious and wary, Adam agrees to teach her and quickly finds himself trapped in a sailboat with one audacious lady.
With time, a genuine friendship develops between the two unlikely souls, yet before Adam can explore his new faith in life, his criminal past resurfaces and threatens to destroy everything. Meanwhile, an irreparable secret Fall has been hiding begins to unravel.
When Fall's family gets involved, the two friends struggle to protect each other as their world collapses, leaving Adam with his unfulfilled promise to Fall, a promise as controversial as it is human.



Michelangelo – Love and Death


SHOW TIMES


Tuesday, October 16th
at
1:30PM

Thursday, October 25th
at
1:30PM

Thursday, November 8th
at
6:30PM


Exhibition on Screen


Michelangelo – Love and Death

Running time: 1 hour 31 minutes

Not Rated 

Directed by David Bickerstaff
 
The spectacular sculptures and paintings of Michelangelo seem so familiar to us, but what do we really know about this renaissance genius? Who was this ambitious and passionate man?
A virtuoso craftsman, Michelangelo’s artistry is evident in everything he touched. Beautiful and diverse works such as the towering statue of David, the deeply moving Pietà in the Papal Basilica of St. Peter and his tour-de-force, the Sistine Chapel ceiling still leave us breathless today.
Spanning his 89 years, Michelangelo – Love and Death, takes a cinematic journey from the print and drawing rooms of Europe, through the great chapels and museums of Florence, Rome and the Vatican to explore the tempestuous life of Michelangelo. We go in search of a greater understanding of this most charismatic figure, his relationship with his contemporaries and his valuable artistic legacy. Through expert commentary and Michelangelo’s own words, this film takes a fresh look at an enigmatic man whose life is celebrated in every mark and every stroke he made.
A giant artistic force and universally loved, discover why Michelangelo is without a doubt one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance – and perhaps of all time.



I, Claude Monet


SHOW TIMES


Wednesday, October 17th
at
6:30PM


Exhibition on Screen


I, Claude Monet

Running time: 1 hour 27 minutes

Not Rated 

Directed by Phil Grabsky
 
Monet’s life is a gripping tale about a man who, behind his sun-dazzled canvases, suffered from feelings of depression, loneliness, even suicide. However, as his art developed and his love of gardening led to the glories of his Giverny garden, his humour, insight and love of life are revealed.
Told through Monet’s own words and shot on location at the very spots he painted, the film features his most loved paintings in an unforgettable, immersive art experience.



The Curious World of Hieronymus Bosch


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Tuesday, October 23rd
at
6:30PM

Tuesday, November 6th
at
1:30PM

Thursday, November 13th
at
6:30PM


Exhibition on Screen


The Curious World of Hieronymus Bosch

Running time: 1 hour 27 minutes

Not Rated 

Directed by David Bickerstaff
 
After 500 years Bosch’s paintings still shock and fascinate us. Delve into the vivid imagination of this true visionary.
Who was Hieronymus Bosch? Why do his strange and fantastical paintings resonate with people now more than ever? How does he bridge the medieval and Renaissance worlds? Where did his unconventional and timeless creations come from? Discover the answers to these questions and more with this remarkable new film from EXHIBITION ON SCREEN directed by David Bickerstaff.
The Curious World of Hieronymus Bosch features the exhibition ‘Jheronimus Bosch – Visions of Genius’ at Het Noordbrabants Museum in the southern Netherlands, which brought the majority of Bosch’s paintings and drawings together for the first time to his home town of Den Bosch and attracted almost half a million art lovers from all over the world. With his fascinating life revealed plus the details and stories within his works seen like never before, don’t miss this cinematic exploration of a great creative genius.



Degas: Passion For Perfection


SHOW TIMES


Tuesday, December 4th
at
1:30PM

Thursday, December 13th
at
6:30PM

Tuesday, December 18th
at
1:30PM


Exhibition on Screen


Degas: Passion For Perfection

Running time: 1 hour 25 minutes

Not Rated 

Directed by David Bickerstaff
 
EXHIBITION ON SCREEN journeys from the streets of Paris to the heart of a superb exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, whose extensive collection of Degas’ works is the most representative in Britain. With exclusive access to view rare and diverse works, this film tells a fascinating story of Degas’ pursuit for perfection through both experimentation with new techniques and lessons learnt from studying the past masters.
Sometimes frustrated by his own failings, Degas was consumed by obsessive principles and failing eye sight but his determination to capture everyday life was evident in every mark he made. Never fully satisfied, many of Degas’ drawings and sculptures were kept in private during his lifetime but, now through close examination, they can be seen as some of the most beautifully detailed and expressive works in the modern era. Using written accounts by friends and commentators, and the narration of letters written by Degas himself, this film reveals a more complex truth behind one of the most influential French artists of the late 19th-century and serves as an exploration of the complex workings of Degas’ artistic mind.



Rembrandt

Leonardo

SHOW TIMES


Wednesday, October 24th
at
1:00PM


Exhibition on Screen


Rembrandt

Running time: 1 hour 31 minutes

Not Rated 

Directed by Kat Mansoor
 
Every Rembrandt exhibition is eagerly anticipated but this major new show hosted by London’s National Gallery and Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum was an event like no other. Given exclusive, privileged access to both galleries, the film documents this landmark exhibition whilst interweaving Rembrandt’s life story with behind-the-scenes preparations at these world famous institutions.
The exhibition focuses on the highlights from the final years of Rembrandt’s life, commonly thought to be his finest years. The masterpieces he produced during this period could be called his defining works, with each piece so soulful and honest that they helped sculpt our idea of Rembrandt as a man and as an artist.
This film explores each of the exhibition’s key works, through contributions from specially invited guests including curators and leading art historians. For many, Rembrandt is the greatest artist that ever lived and this film seeks to explore the truth about the man behind the legend.


-- -- DOUBLE FEATURE PRESENTATION -- --


Leonardo

Running time: 1 hour 21 minutes

Not Rated 

Narrated by Tim Marlow
 
A remarkable event at London’s National Gallery assembled the largest ever collection of Leonardo’s surviving paintings for a unique exhibition ‘Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan.’

Given exclusive access to the opening night of the exhibition the film captures the excitement of the occasion and provides a fascinating exploration of Leonardo’s great works. Art historian and broadcaster Tim Marlow offers his insight into the great masterpieces and invites the opinions of the curators, restorers and other specially invited guests. Interwoven is an insightful biography filmed at the locations of Leonardo’s life as well as exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the preparations of what was undoubtedly a once-only exhibition which also included the first newly attributed Leonardo in over a century.



The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism

Painting The Modern Garden: Monet To Matisse

SHOW TIMES


Wednesday,
November 14th
at
1:00PM


Exhibition on Screen


The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism

Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Not Rated 

Directed by Phil Grabsky and narrated by Gillian Anderson
 
Taking its lead from French artists like Renoir and Monet, the American impressionist movement followed its own path which over a forty-year period reveals as much about America as a nation as it does about its art as a creative power-house. It’s a story closely tied to a love of gardens and a desire to preserve nature in a rapidly urbanizing nation. Travelling to studios, gardens and iconic locations throughout the United States, UK and France, this mesmerising film is a feast for the eyes.
In 1886, the French art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel brought a selection of his huge stock of impressionist paintings to New York, changing the course of art in America forever. American artists flocked to the French village of Giverny, home to the master impressionist Claude Monet, and cheered the French new wave: painting outdoors with a new found brilliance and vitality. As Europe recoiled against the work of Monet, Degas and Renoir, Americans embraced it and created their own style of impressionism.
The timing of Durand-Ruel’s transformative visit was perfect. As America steamed into the Industrial Age, urban reformers fought to create public parks and gardens: patches of beauty amid smokestacks and ash heaps. These gardens provided unlimited inspiration for artists and a never-ending oasis for the growing middle class, made up of increasingly independent women, who relished the writings of English horticulturalists Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson. Meanwhile the rise of wide-circulation magazines cultivated the idea that gardening was a path to spiritual renewal amid industrial blight and the belief that artists should work in native landscapes.
As America made its epic move from a nation of farmers to a land of factories, the pioneering American Impressionists crafted a sumptuous visual language that told the story of an era.
The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism features the sell-out exhibition The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement, 1887–1920 that began at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and ended at the Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, Connecticut. 



-- -- DOUBLE FEATURE PRESENTATION -- --


Painting The Modern Garden: Monet To Matisse

Running time: 1 hour 33 minutes

Not Rated 

Narrated by passionate curators, artists, and garden enthusiasts
 
Claude Monet was an avid horticulturist and arguably the most important painter of gardens in the history of art, but he was not alone. Great artists like Van Gogh, Bonnard, Sorolla, Sargent, Pissarro and Matisse all saw the garden as a powerful subject for their art. These great artists, along with many other famous names, feature in an innovative and extensive exhibition from The Royal Academy of Arts, London.
From the exhibition walls to the wonder and beauty of artists’ gardens like Giverny and Seebüll, the film takes a magical and widely travelled journey to discover how different contemporaries of Monet built and cultivated modern gardens to explore expressive motifs, abstract colour, decorative design and utopian ideas. Guided by passionate curators, artists and garden enthusiasts, this remarkable collection of Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, and avant-garde artists of the early twentieth century will reveal the rise of the modern garden in popular culture and the public’s enduring fascination with gardens today. Long considered spaces for expressing colour, light and atmosphere, the garden has occupied the creative minds of some of the worlds greatest artists. As Monet said, ‘Apart from painting and gardening, I’m no good at anything’. For lovers of art or lovers of gardens, this is an ideal film.



Goya: Visions of Flesh and Blood

Renoir: Revered and Reviled

SHOW TIMES


Wednesday,
December 12th
at
1:00PM


Exhibition on Screen


Goya: Visions of Flesh and Blood

Running time: 1 hour 36 minutes

Not Rated 


Heir to Velázquez, hero to Picasso. Discover Spain’s celebrated artist with this cinematic tour de force based on the National Gallery’s must-see exhibition Goya: The Portraits.
Francisco Goya is Spain’s most celebrated artist and considered the father of modern art. Not only a brilliant observer of everyday life and Spain’s troubled past, he is a gifted portrait painter and social commentator par excellence. Goya takes the genre of portraiture to new heights and his genius is reappraised in a much-anticipated landmark exhibition at The National Gallery, London. The film uses this exhibition to look in depth at Goya’s eventful life.
Through extensive location footage, Goya’s revealing letters and a unique exhibition of masterpieces from great collections across the world, this film builds a fascinating portrait of the painter and the colourful world he painted. Influenced by Rembrandt and Velázquez, Goya explored a new realism where he did not flatter and was not afraid to reveal what he saw physically and psychologically. Yet this did not stop him securing major commissions from powerful individuals seeking the prestige of being painted by the best artist of the day. Royalty, aristocrats, politicians and close friends were subjected to his highly modern approach that captured rapid changes of expression, gesture and emotion. Goya’s powerful vision and technical brilliance makes him one of the most admired and revered artists in the world today and indeed among the greatest painters to have lived.



-- -- DOUBLE FEATURE PRESENTATION -- --


Renoir: Revered and Reviled

Running time: 1 hour 27 minutes

Not Rated 


Pierre-Auguste Renoir is known and loved for his impressionist paintings of Paris. These paintings count among the world’s favourites. Renoir, however, grew tired of this style and changed course. This stunning film – based on the remarkable collection of 181 Renoirs at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia – examines the direction he then took and why it provokes such extreme reactions right up to today. Some claim they are repulsed by Renoir’s later works and some claim they are seduced. What may surprise many is that among the many artists who sought Renoir’s new works out and were clearly highly influenced by them were the two giants of the 20th century – Picasso and Matisse. The film is a fresh new biography of this artistic giant but more than that it uncovers a rarely told story that places Renoir as a critical link between the old and the new.



Macbeth


SHOW TIMES


Monday, September 24th
at 6:30PM


National Theatre Live


Macbeth

Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes

Not Rated 

Cast:  Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie Duff
 
The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war. Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are propelled towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness.
Shakespeare’s most intense and terrifying tragedy, directed by Rufus Norris (The Threepenny Opera, London Road), sees Rory Kinnear (Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Suffragette) play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.



Julie


SHOW TIMES


Monday, October 22nd
at 
6:30PM

Thursday, December 6th
at 6:30PM


National Theatre Live


Julie

Running time: 1 hour 15 minutes

Not Rated 

Cast:  Vanessa Kirby and Eric Kofi Abrefa 
 
Wild and newly single, Julie throws a late night party. In the kitchen, Jean and Kristina clean up as the celebration heaves above them. Crossing the threshold, Julie initiates a power game with Jean – which rapidly descends into a savage fight for survival.
This new version of August Strindberg’s play Miss Julie, written by Polly Stenham, remains shocking and fiercely relevant in its new setting of contemporary London.



The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time


SHOW TIMES


Monday, November 5th
at 
6:30PM

Thursday, December 20th
at 1:00PM


National Theatre Live


The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Running time: 2 hours 50 minutes

Not Rated 

Cast:  Luke Treadaway, Niamh Cusack, Paul Ritter, Nicola Walker, Una Stubbs 
 
Christopher, fifteen years old, stands beside Mrs Shears’ dead dog. It has been speared with a garden fork, it is seven minutes after midnight and Christopher is under suspicion. He records each fact in the book he is writing to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington. He has an extraordinary brain, exceptional at maths while ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched and he distrusts strangers. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a frightening journey that upturns his world.



The Madness of George III


SHOW TIMES


Tuesday, December 11th
at 
6:30PM

Wednesday,
Dec
ember 19th
at 6:30PM


National Theatre Live


The Madness of George III

Running time: 3 hours 30 minutes

Not Rated 

Cast:  Mark Gatiss and Adrian Scarborough
 
It’s 1786 and King George III is the most powerful man in the world. But his behaviour is becoming increasingly erratic as he succumbs to fits of lunacy. With the King’s mind unravelling at a dramatic pace, ambitious politicians and the scheming Prince of Wales threaten to undermine the power of the Crown, and expose the fine line between a King and a man.



American Dresser


SHOW TIMES


Thursday, September 20th
at 6:30PM


New York Film Critic's Series


American Dresser

Running time: 1 hours 37 minutes

Not Rated 

Cast:  Tom Berenger, Keith David, Bruce Dern, Gina Gershon
 
John Moore (Tom Berenger) is a hard-edged Vietnam veteran who is recently widowed and estranged from his adult daughters.
After discovering a decades-old secret his wife kept for years, John finds himself at a crossroads and decides to confront the mistakes of his past by fulfilling a lifelong dream. He fixes up his American Dresser motorcycle and sets out on a cross-country road trip with his best friend, Charlie (Keith David).
They hit the highway, exploring new territories, meeting a series of offbeat characters, and together they learn that life is about moving forward, one mile at a time.