Next Screenings

The Fabulous Baron Munchausen

From the "Surreal | Fantasy" season

Karl Zeman | Czechoslovakia | 1961 | 85 minutes

Newly restored, Zeman's wildly inventive and comic take on the surreal adventures of the bragging Baron explodes on to the screen in a riot of colour, visual wit and poetic verve.

Friday 22nd February at 8:00 PM  | Unreserved seating |

Bad Girl

From the "Complicated Women (pre-code Hollywood)" season

Frank Borzage | USA | 1931 | 88 minutes

A man and woman, skeptical about romance, nonetheless fall in love and are wed, but their lack of confidence in the opposite sex haunts their marriage.

Sunday 24th February at 4:30 PM  | Unreserved seating |

The Aura

From the "Fabian Bielinsky | Argentina" season

Fabian Bielinsky | Argentina | 2006 | 134 minutes

On his first ever hunting trip, in the calm of the Patagonian forest, a shy, epileptic taxidermist (Ricardo Darin) who secretly dreams of executing the perfect crime stumbles upon an opportunity to make his dreams come true.

Sunday 24th February at 7:00 PM  | Unreserved seating |

Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

From the "Surreal | Fantasy" season

Jaromil Jires | Czechoslovakia | 1970 | 77 minutes

Valerie, a girl on the verge of womanhood, finds herself in a sensual fantasy-land of vampires, witchcraft, and other threats in this eerie and mystical film daydream.

Friday 1st March at 8:00 PM  | Unreserved seating |

Safe in Hell

From the "Complicated Women (pre-code Hollywood)" season

William Wellman | USA | 1931 | 73 minutes

After accidentally killing the man who raped and forced her into prostitution, a New Orleans woman (Dorothy Mackaill) flees to a Caribbean island. While she awaits her fiance, the vicious local police chief sets his sights on her.

Sunday 3rd March at 4:30 PM  | Unreserved seating |

Pather Panchali

From the "Satyajit Ray's 'Apu Trilogy'" season

Satyajit Ray | India | 1955 | 125 minutes

"A miracle of lyrical realism: the detailed, documentary-style observation of [Bengali] village life as experienced by young Apu, his sister Durga, their parents and ancient grandma is inflected by a marvellous use of motifs to turn a simple rites-of-passage story into pure poetry." (TimeOut)

Sunday 3rd March at 7:00 PM  | Unreserved seating |