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AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL)

12A
95 minutes
Break Out Pictures and Curzon are delighted to announce that they will jointly release the critically acclaimed film, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) in cinemas across Ireland, and in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema in the UK, on May 13. The Irish-language feature film recently had its world premiere at the prestigious Berlinale where it scooped The Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury for Best Film. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) won a staggering seven Irish Film and Television Academy awards at the recent IFTAs including BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR and BEST ACTRESS. Writer/Director, Colm Bairéad also won the Rising Star award. The film has wowed critics and audiences alike with Screen Daily believing it “ should be seen as a classic of its kind” and Little White Lies saying it “Grips you, rips you apart, before putting you back together and making you whole again”. The Business Post says “This delicate, deeply affecting coming-of-age story might just be the best Irish-language film ever made”. Speaking on the upcoming release, Colm Bairéad said “ We are thrilled that AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) will be making its way into cinemas both here at home and in the UK via Break Out Pictures and Curzon. We made this film, first and foremost, for the big screen and for the communal cinema experience and we’re delighted that audiences will get to see it in this way.” Louisa Dent, Curzon Film MD said “ AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a marvel. The action is so carefully observed but carries a powerful emotional punch. We can’t wait to start working with Colm Bairéad and the team at Break Out Pictures on the release.” and Robert Finn from Break Out Pictures added “ After such an incredible reaction following Berlin, we are delighted in this joint release with Curzon Film to be bringing AN CAILÍN CIÚIN to cinemas across Ireland and the UK from May 13th. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN is the very best of global independent cinema and we can't wait for audiences to see it.” AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) tells the story of Cáit (Catherine Clinch) - a nine year-old girl from an overcrowded, dysfunctional family who is sent away to live with her mother’s relatives for the summer. She is welcomed with open arms by Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley), but her husband (Andrew Bennett) keeps Cáit at arms length. Slowly, but surely a warmth grows within this makeshift family and Cáit blossoms in their care. But in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one painful truth. Based on the acclaimed story, Foster by Claire Keegan, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a complex and delicate coming-of-age drama that explores questions of family, neglect and loss through the eyes of its young protagonist. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is the feature film debut of writer/director, Colm Bairéad and producer, Cleona Ní Chrualaoi of Inscéal. The film was funded by Screen Ireland, TG4 and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland as part of the Cine4 scheme. It was shot on location in Meath and Dublin in 2020.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

12A
126 minutes
After the events of Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: No Way Home, Dr. Stephen Strange continues his research on the Time Stone. But an old friend turned enemy seeks to destroy every sorcerer on Earth, messing with Doctor Strange's plan and also causing him to unleash an unspeakable evil.

Downton Abbey: A New Era

PG
144 minutes
Follow-up to the 2019 feature film in which the Crawley family and Downton staff received a royal visit from the King and Queen of Great Britain.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

16
139 minutes
From the directors of Swiss Army Man and Broomshakalaka, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes and discovers that she must connect with parallel universe versions of herself to prevent a powerful being from causing the destruction of them all.

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

12A
135 minutes
Professor Albus Dumbledore knows the powerful Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald is moving to seize control of the wizarding world. Unable to stop him alone, he entrusts Magizoologist Newt Scamander to lead an intrepid team of wizards, witches and one brave Muggle baker on a dangerous mission, where they encounter old and new beasts and clash with Grindelwald’s growing legion of followers. But with the stakes so high, how long can Dumbledore remain on the sidelines?

Father Stu

15A
124 minutes
Follows the life of Father Stuart Long, a boxer-turned-priest who inspired countless people during his journey from self-destruction to redemption.

Firestarter

16
94 minutes
In a new adaptation of Stephen King’s classic thriller from the producers of The Invisible Man, a girl with extraordinary pyrokinetic powers fights to protect her family and herself from sinister forces that seek to capture and control her.

The Lost City

12A
112 minutes
Follows a reclusive romance novelist who was sure nothing could be worse than getting stuck on a book tour with her cover model, until a kidnapping attempt sweeps them both into a cutthroat jungle adventure, proving life can be so much stranger, and more romantic, than any of her paperback fictions.

AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL)

12A
95 minutes
Break Out Pictures and Curzon are delighted to announce that they will jointly release the critically acclaimed film, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) in cinemas across Ireland, and in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema in the UK, on May 13. The Irish-language feature film recently had its world premiere at the prestigious Berlinale where it scooped The Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury for Best Film. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) won a staggering seven Irish Film and Television Academy awards at the recent IFTAs including BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR and BEST ACTRESS. Writer/Director, Colm Bairéad also won the Rising Star award. The film has wowed critics and audiences alike with Screen Daily believing it “ should be seen as a classic of its kind” and Little White Lies saying it “Grips you, rips you apart, before putting you back together and making you whole again”. The Business Post says “This delicate, deeply affecting coming-of-age story might just be the best Irish-language film ever made”. Speaking on the upcoming release, Colm Bairéad said “ We are thrilled that AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) will be making its way into cinemas both here at home and in the UK via Break Out Pictures and Curzon. We made this film, first and foremost, for the big screen and for the communal cinema experience and we’re delighted that audiences will get to see it in this way.” Louisa Dent, Curzon Film MD said “ AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a marvel. The action is so carefully observed but carries a powerful emotional punch. We can’t wait to start working with Colm Bairéad and the team at Break Out Pictures on the release.” and Robert Finn from Break Out Pictures added “ After such an incredible reaction following Berlin, we are delighted in this joint release with Curzon Film to be bringing AN CAILÍN CIÚIN to cinemas across Ireland and the UK from May 13th. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN is the very best of global independent cinema and we can't wait for audiences to see it.” AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) tells the story of Cáit (Catherine Clinch) - a nine year-old girl from an overcrowded, dysfunctional family who is sent away to live with her mother’s relatives for the summer. She is welcomed with open arms by Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley), but her husband (Andrew Bennett) keeps Cáit at arms length. Slowly, but surely a warmth grows within this makeshift family and Cáit blossoms in their care. But in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one painful truth. Based on the acclaimed story, Foster by Claire Keegan, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a complex and delicate coming-of-age drama that explores questions of family, neglect and loss through the eyes of its young protagonist. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is the feature film debut of writer/director, Colm Bairéad and producer, Cleona Ní Chrualaoi of Inscéal. The film was funded by Screen Ireland, TG4 and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland as part of the Cine4 scheme. It was shot on location in Meath and Dublin in 2020.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

12A
126 minutes
After the events of Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: No Way Home, Dr. Stephen Strange continues his research on the Time Stone. But an old friend turned enemy seeks to destroy every sorcerer on Earth, messing with Doctor Strange's plan and also causing him to unleash an unspeakable evil.

Downton Abbey: A New Era

PG
144 minutes
Follow-up to the 2019 feature film in which the Crawley family and Downton staff received a royal visit from the King and Queen of Great Britain.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

16
139 minutes
From the directors of Swiss Army Man and Broomshakalaka, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes and discovers that she must connect with parallel universe versions of herself to prevent a powerful being from causing the destruction of them all.

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

12A
135 minutes
Professor Albus Dumbledore knows the powerful Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald is moving to seize control of the wizarding world. Unable to stop him alone, he entrusts Magizoologist Newt Scamander to lead an intrepid team of wizards, witches and one brave Muggle baker on a dangerous mission, where they encounter old and new beasts and clash with Grindelwald’s growing legion of followers. But with the stakes so high, how long can Dumbledore remain on the sidelines?

Father Stu

15A
124 minutes
Follows the life of Father Stuart Long, a boxer-turned-priest who inspired countless people during his journey from self-destruction to redemption.

Firestarter

16
94 minutes
In a new adaptation of Stephen King’s classic thriller from the producers of The Invisible Man, a girl with extraordinary pyrokinetic powers fights to protect her family and herself from sinister forces that seek to capture and control her.

The Lost City

12A
112 minutes
Follows a reclusive romance novelist who was sure nothing could be worse than getting stuck on a book tour with her cover model, until a kidnapping attempt sweeps them both into a cutthroat jungle adventure, proving life can be so much stranger, and more romantic, than any of her paperback fictions.

AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL)

12A
95 minutes
Break Out Pictures and Curzon are delighted to announce that they will jointly release the critically acclaimed film, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) in cinemas across Ireland, and in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema in the UK, on May 13. The Irish-language feature film recently had its world premiere at the prestigious Berlinale where it scooped The Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury for Best Film. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) won a staggering seven Irish Film and Television Academy awards at the recent IFTAs including BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR and BEST ACTRESS. Writer/Director, Colm Bairéad also won the Rising Star award. The film has wowed critics and audiences alike with Screen Daily believing it “ should be seen as a classic of its kind” and Little White Lies saying it “Grips you, rips you apart, before putting you back together and making you whole again”. The Business Post says “This delicate, deeply affecting coming-of-age story might just be the best Irish-language film ever made”. Speaking on the upcoming release, Colm Bairéad said “ We are thrilled that AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) will be making its way into cinemas both here at home and in the UK via Break Out Pictures and Curzon. We made this film, first and foremost, for the big screen and for the communal cinema experience and we’re delighted that audiences will get to see it in this way.” Louisa Dent, Curzon Film MD said “ AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a marvel. The action is so carefully observed but carries a powerful emotional punch. We can’t wait to start working with Colm Bairéad and the team at Break Out Pictures on the release.” and Robert Finn from Break Out Pictures added “ After such an incredible reaction following Berlin, we are delighted in this joint release with Curzon Film to be bringing AN CAILÍN CIÚIN to cinemas across Ireland and the UK from May 13th. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN is the very best of global independent cinema and we can't wait for audiences to see it.” AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) tells the story of Cáit (Catherine Clinch) - a nine year-old girl from an overcrowded, dysfunctional family who is sent away to live with her mother’s relatives for the summer. She is welcomed with open arms by Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley), but her husband (Andrew Bennett) keeps Cáit at arms length. Slowly, but surely a warmth grows within this makeshift family and Cáit blossoms in their care. But in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one painful truth. Based on the acclaimed story, Foster by Claire Keegan, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a complex and delicate coming-of-age drama that explores questions of family, neglect and loss through the eyes of its young protagonist. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is the feature film debut of writer/director, Colm Bairéad and producer, Cleona Ní Chrualaoi of Inscéal. The film was funded by Screen Ireland, TG4 and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland as part of the Cine4 scheme. It was shot on location in Meath and Dublin in 2020.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

12A
126 minutes
After the events of Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: No Way Home, Dr. Stephen Strange continues his research on the Time Stone. But an old friend turned enemy seeks to destroy every sorcerer on Earth, messing with Doctor Strange's plan and also causing him to unleash an unspeakable evil.

Downton Abbey: A New Era

PG
144 minutes
Follow-up to the 2019 feature film in which the Crawley family and Downton staff received a royal visit from the King and Queen of Great Britain.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

16
139 minutes
From the directors of Swiss Army Man and Broomshakalaka, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes and discovers that she must connect with parallel universe versions of herself to prevent a powerful being from causing the destruction of them all.

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

12A
135 minutes
Professor Albus Dumbledore knows the powerful Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald is moving to seize control of the wizarding world. Unable to stop him alone, he entrusts Magizoologist Newt Scamander to lead an intrepid team of wizards, witches and one brave Muggle baker on a dangerous mission, where they encounter old and new beasts and clash with Grindelwald’s growing legion of followers. But with the stakes so high, how long can Dumbledore remain on the sidelines?

The Lost City

12A
112 minutes
Follows a reclusive romance novelist who was sure nothing could be worse than getting stuck on a book tour with her cover model, until a kidnapping attempt sweeps them both into a cutthroat jungle adventure, proving life can be so much stranger, and more romantic, than any of her paperback fictions.

Top Gun Maverick

12A
130 minutes
Set in the world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters, this sequel will explore the end of the era of dogfighting.

Top Gun VIP Meal Deal

12A
130 minutes
Set in the world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters, this sequel will explore the end of the era of dogfighting.

AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL)

12A
95 minutes
Break Out Pictures and Curzon are delighted to announce that they will jointly release the critically acclaimed film, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) in cinemas across Ireland, and in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema in the UK, on May 13. The Irish-language feature film recently had its world premiere at the prestigious Berlinale where it scooped The Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury for Best Film. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) won a staggering seven Irish Film and Television Academy awards at the recent IFTAs including BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR and BEST ACTRESS. Writer/Director, Colm Bairéad also won the Rising Star award. The film has wowed critics and audiences alike with Screen Daily believing it “ should be seen as a classic of its kind” and Little White Lies saying it “Grips you, rips you apart, before putting you back together and making you whole again”. The Business Post says “This delicate, deeply affecting coming-of-age story might just be the best Irish-language film ever made”. Speaking on the upcoming release, Colm Bairéad said “ We are thrilled that AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) will be making its way into cinemas both here at home and in the UK via Break Out Pictures and Curzon. We made this film, first and foremost, for the big screen and for the communal cinema experience and we’re delighted that audiences will get to see it in this way.” Louisa Dent, Curzon Film MD said “ AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a marvel. The action is so carefully observed but carries a powerful emotional punch. We can’t wait to start working with Colm Bairéad and the team at Break Out Pictures on the release.” and Robert Finn from Break Out Pictures added “ After such an incredible reaction following Berlin, we are delighted in this joint release with Curzon Film to be bringing AN CAILÍN CIÚIN to cinemas across Ireland and the UK from May 13th. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN is the very best of global independent cinema and we can't wait for audiences to see it.” AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) tells the story of Cáit (Catherine Clinch) - a nine year-old girl from an overcrowded, dysfunctional family who is sent away to live with her mother’s relatives for the summer. She is welcomed with open arms by Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley), but her husband (Andrew Bennett) keeps Cáit at arms length. Slowly, but surely a warmth grows within this makeshift family and Cáit blossoms in their care. But in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one painful truth. Based on the acclaimed story, Foster by Claire Keegan, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a complex and delicate coming-of-age drama that explores questions of family, neglect and loss through the eyes of its young protagonist. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is the feature film debut of writer/director, Colm Bairéad and producer, Cleona Ní Chrualaoi of Inscéal. The film was funded by Screen Ireland, TG4 and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland as part of the Cine4 scheme. It was shot on location in Meath and Dublin in 2020.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

12A
126 minutes
After the events of Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: No Way Home, Dr. Stephen Strange continues his research on the Time Stone. But an old friend turned enemy seeks to destroy every sorcerer on Earth, messing with Doctor Strange's plan and also causing him to unleash an unspeakable evil.

Downton Abbey: A New Era

PG
144 minutes
Follow-up to the 2019 feature film in which the Crawley family and Downton staff received a royal visit from the King and Queen of Great Britain.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

16
139 minutes
From the directors of Swiss Army Man and Broomshakalaka, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes and discovers that she must connect with parallel universe versions of herself to prevent a powerful being from causing the destruction of them all.

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

12A
135 minutes
Professor Albus Dumbledore knows the powerful Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald is moving to seize control of the wizarding world. Unable to stop him alone, he entrusts Magizoologist Newt Scamander to lead an intrepid team of wizards, witches and one brave Muggle baker on a dangerous mission, where they encounter old and new beasts and clash with Grindelwald’s growing legion of followers. But with the stakes so high, how long can Dumbledore remain on the sidelines?

The Lost City

12A
112 minutes
Follows a reclusive romance novelist who was sure nothing could be worse than getting stuck on a book tour with her cover model, until a kidnapping attempt sweeps them both into a cutthroat jungle adventure, proving life can be so much stranger, and more romantic, than any of her paperback fictions.

Top Gun Maverick

12A
130 minutes
Set in the world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters, this sequel will explore the end of the era of dogfighting.

Top Gun VIP Meal Deal

12A
130 minutes
Set in the world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters, this sequel will explore the end of the era of dogfighting.

Top Gun Maverick

12A
130 minutes
Set in the world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters, this sequel will explore the end of the era of dogfighting.

Top Gun Maverick

12A
130 minutes
Set in the world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters, this sequel will explore the end of the era of dogfighting.

Top Gun Maverick

12A
130 minutes
Set in the world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters, this sequel will explore the end of the era of dogfighting.

AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL)

12A
95 minutes
Break Out Pictures and Curzon are delighted to announce that they will jointly release the critically acclaimed film, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) in cinemas across Ireland, and in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema in the UK, on May 13. The Irish-language feature film recently had its world premiere at the prestigious Berlinale where it scooped The Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury for Best Film. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) won a staggering seven Irish Film and Television Academy awards at the recent IFTAs including BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR and BEST ACTRESS. Writer/Director, Colm Bairéad also won the Rising Star award. The film has wowed critics and audiences alike with Screen Daily believing it “ should be seen as a classic of its kind” and Little White Lies saying it “Grips you, rips you apart, before putting you back together and making you whole again”. The Business Post says “This delicate, deeply affecting coming-of-age story might just be the best Irish-language film ever made”. Speaking on the upcoming release, Colm Bairéad said “ We are thrilled that AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) will be making its way into cinemas both here at home and in the UK via Break Out Pictures and Curzon. We made this film, first and foremost, for the big screen and for the communal cinema experience and we’re delighted that audiences will get to see it in this way.” Louisa Dent, Curzon Film MD said “ AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a marvel. The action is so carefully observed but carries a powerful emotional punch. We can’t wait to start working with Colm Bairéad and the team at Break Out Pictures on the release.” and Robert Finn from Break Out Pictures added “ After such an incredible reaction following Berlin, we are delighted in this joint release with Curzon Film to be bringing AN CAILÍN CIÚIN to cinemas across Ireland and the UK from May 13th. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN is the very best of global independent cinema and we can't wait for audiences to see it.” AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) tells the story of Cáit (Catherine Clinch) - a nine year-old girl from an overcrowded, dysfunctional family who is sent away to live with her mother’s relatives for the summer. She is welcomed with open arms by Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley), but her husband (Andrew Bennett) keeps Cáit at arms length. Slowly, but surely a warmth grows within this makeshift family and Cáit blossoms in their care. But in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one painful truth. Based on the acclaimed story, Foster by Claire Keegan, AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is a complex and delicate coming-of-age drama that explores questions of family, neglect and loss through the eyes of its young protagonist. AN CAILÍN CIÚIN (THE QUIET GIRL) is the feature film debut of writer/director, Colm Bairéad and producer, Cleona Ní Chrualaoi of Inscéal. The film was funded by Screen Ireland, TG4 and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland as part of the Cine4 scheme. It was shot on location in Meath and Dublin in 2020.

Mon, 23 May @ 18:00 Mon, 23 May @ 20:30
Tue, 24 May @ 18:00 Tue, 24 May @ 20:30
Wed, 25 May @ 18:00 Wed, 25 May @ 20:30
Thu, 26 May @ 18:00 Thu, 26 May @ 20:30

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

12A
126 minutes
After the events of Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: No Way Home, Dr. Stephen Strange continues his research on the Time Stone. But an old friend turned enemy seeks to destroy every sorcerer on Earth, messing with Doctor Strange's plan and also causing him to unleash an unspeakable evil.
Mon, 23 May @ 16:30 Mon, 23 May @ 17:30 Mon, 23 May @ 19:30 Mon, 23 May @ 20:30
Tue, 24 May @ 16:30 Tue, 24 May @ 17:30 Tue, 24 May @ 19:30 Tue, 24 May @ 20:30
Wed, 25 May @ 17:30 Wed, 25 May @ 20:30
Thu, 26 May @ 17:30 Thu, 26 May @ 20:30

Downton Abbey: A New Era

PG
144 minutes
Follow-up to the 2019 feature film in which the Crawley family and Downton staff received a royal visit from the King and Queen of Great Britain.
Mon, 23 May @ 17:00 Mon, 23 May @ 20:25
Tue, 24 May @ 17:00 Tue, 24 May @ 20:25
Wed, 25 May @ 17:00 Wed, 25 May @ 20:25
Thu, 26 May @ 17:00 Thu, 26 May @ 20:25

Everything Everywhere All At Once

16
139 minutes
From the directors of Swiss Army Man and Broomshakalaka, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes and discovers that she must connect with parallel universe versions of herself to prevent a powerful being from causing the destruction of them all.
Mon, 23 May @ 17:30 Mon, 23 May @ 20:45
Tue, 24 May @ 17:30 Tue, 24 May @ 20:45
Wed, 25 May @ 17:30 Wed, 25 May @ 20:45
Thu, 26 May @ 17:30 Thu, 26 May @ 20:45

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

12A
135 minutes
Professor Albus Dumbledore knows the powerful Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald is moving to seize control of the wizarding world. Unable to stop him alone, he entrusts Magizoologist Newt Scamander to lead an intrepid team of wizards, witches and one brave Muggle baker on a dangerous mission, where they encounter old and new beasts and clash with Grindelwald’s growing legion of followers. But with the stakes so high, how long can Dumbledore remain on the sidelines?
Mon, 23 May @ 17:15
Tue, 24 May @ 17:15
Wed, 25 May @ 17:15
Thu, 26 May @ 17:15

Father Stu

15A
124 minutes
Follows the life of Father Stuart Long, a boxer-turned-priest who inspired countless people during his journey from self-destruction to redemption.
Mon, 23 May @ 17:30 Mon, 23 May @ 20:45
Tue, 24 May @ 17:30 Tue, 24 May @ 20:45

Firestarter

16
94 minutes
In a new adaptation of Stephen King’s classic thriller from the producers of The Invisible Man, a girl with extraordinary pyrokinetic powers fights to protect her family and herself from sinister forces that seek to capture and control her.

Mon, 23 May @ 20:45
Tue, 24 May @ 20:45

The Lost City

12A
112 minutes
Follows a reclusive romance novelist who was sure nothing could be worse than getting stuck on a book tour with her cover model, until a kidnapping attempt sweeps them both into a cutthroat jungle adventure, proving life can be so much stranger, and more romantic, than any of her paperback fictions.
Mon, 23 May @ 18:00 Mon, 23 May @ 21:00
Tue, 24 May @ 18:00 Tue, 24 May @ 21:00
Wed, 25 May @ 18:00 Wed, 25 May @ 21:00
Thu, 26 May @ 18:00 Thu, 26 May @ 21:00

Top Gun VIP Meal Deal

12A
130 minutes
Set in the world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters, this sequel will explore the end of the era of dogfighting.
Wed, 25 May @ 20:45
Thu, 26 May @ 20:45