An unreconstructed Nazi teenager comes to terms with her father's crimes and a nation's guilt as she steers her four younger siblings through a mortally surreal landscape in this subtle, eerie portrait of WWII-torn Germany.

Directed by Australian film-maker Cate Shortland and adapted by Robin Mukherjee from a story by British novelist Rachel Seiffert, Lore is a powerfully intimate and beautifully acted film with the fragmented, surreal quality of a dream that refuses to pull its punch.

Directed by Cate Shortland with Saskia Rosendahl
118 mins. Cert 15. All Tickets £7



Nick Hornby’s adaption of Sunday Times journalist Lynn Barber’s memoir of her teenage love affair with an older man in 1960s suburban London.

Attractive, bright, sixteen-year-old Jenny lives with her parents whose ambition is for her to go to Oxford. She can’t wait to be an adult. Handsome, smooth, older man, David, appears in town and takes her to classical music concerts, art auctions and long dinners. A coming-of-age tale of seduction.

Directed by Lone Scherfig with Carey Mulligan and Peter Sarsgaard
100 minutes. Cert 12A. All tickets £7.


To celebrate the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth we present what is said to be the finest adaption of any of his work for the big screen. Akira Kurosawa - one of the world's finest film makers - reimagines Macbeth as a samurai in feudal Japan.

A valiant warrior, Taketoki Washizu, encounters a ghostly female spirit who predicts he will rise to power over the current warlord. Urged on by his ambitious wife, he works to fulfill the prophecy and become lord of Spider's Web Castle.

Directed by Akira Kurosawa with Toshiro Mifune, Minoru Chiaki and Isuzu Yamada
110 minutes. Cert PG. All tickets £7.



Young Mumbai housewife, Ila, tries to spice up her marriage by preparing a special lunchbox to be delivered to her husband at work. By mistake, it is delivered to another office worker, Saajan, a lonely, old man. The absence of a reaction from her husband leads her to put a note in the next day’s lunchbox. Thus begins an exchange of notes which evolves into an unexpected friendship. A witty and perceptive film that reveals the hopes, sorrows and regrets of ordinary people.

Directed by Ritesh Batra with Irrfan Khan and Nimrat Kaur
104 minutes. Cert PG. All tickets £7.


Thursday 11 December 2014, 8pm


Cary Grant is an angel sent to help a newly appointed Bishop (David Niven) who is too busy to pay attention to his wife. An enchanting film that shows us that it is more important to care for people than an ambition to build a huge cathedral. We cannot recommend you to a more delightful and appropriate Christmas show.

Directed by Henry Koster with Cary Grant, Loretta Young and David Niven
109 minutes. Cert U. All tickets £7.

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