The Cinema is FULLY DIGITAL to current cinema standards with
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digital allows us to screen a large range of films.
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Shakespeare’s classic comedy is given a contemporary
spin in Joss Whedon’s film, Much Ado About Nothing. Shot in just 12 days (and
using the original text), the story of sparring lovers Beatrice and Benedick
offers a dark, sexy and occasionally absurd view of the intricate game that is
Leonato (Clark Gregg), the governor of
Messina, is visited by his friend Don Pedro (Reed Diamond) who is returning
from a victorious campaign against his rebellious brother Don John (Sean
Maher). Accompanying Don Pedro are two of his officers: Benedick (Alexis
Denisof) and Claudio (Fran Kranz). While in Messina, Claudio falls for
Leonato’s daughter Hero (Jillian Morgese), while Benedick verbally spars with
Beatrice (Amy Acker), the governor’s niece. The budding love between Claudio
and Hero prompts Don Pedro to arrange with Leonato for a marriage.
In the days leading up to the ceremony, Don
Pedro, with the help of Leonato, Claudio and Hero, attempts to sport with
Benedick and Beatrice in an effort to trick the two into falling in love.
Meanwhile, the villainous Don John, with the help of his allies Conrade (Riki
Lindhome) and Borachio (Spencer Treat Clark), plots against the happy couple,
using his own form of trickery to try to destroy the marriage before it
A series of comic and tragic events may
continue to keep the two couples from truly finding happiness, but then again
perhaps love may prevail.
Discover this year's Cesar-winning Animated Best Picture!
French language with subtitles - ANIMATED
Approx. runtime 1hr 20mins
A charming French animated tale that will delight Adults & Children alike.
In normal bear life, it is frowned upon to make friends with a mouse. But
Ernest, a big bear, a clown and musician who lives on the fringes of bear
society, nonetheless welcomes little Celestine into his home. She is an orphan
and has fled the mouse world down below. These two solitary characters find
support and comfort in one another, but in the process, fly in the face of
convention, upsetting the established order.
From the Danish director
of ‘In A Better World’ Love Is All You Need is an intelligent, warm, funny,
heartfelt meditation on the birth pangs of starting a new life. Set at a
picture-perfect summer wedding in Sorrento, the film stars Pierce Brosnan as
Philip, a lonely, middle-aged English widower and estranged single father
living in Denmark, and Trine Dyrholm as Ida, a Danish hairdresser recuperating
from chemotherapy, who has just learned that her husband is leaving her for a
woman half his age. The fates of these two bruised souls intertwine as they
embark for Italy to attend the wedding of his son, Patrick, to her daughter,
Astrid. The bumpy path towards the union of their children, and the clashes
and faux pas of their wedding guests, force Philip and Ida to re-evaluate all
their notions of family, love and happiness.