At the RIO Dalston

From Friday

The Imitation Game (12A)

Benedict Cumberbatch gives a magnificent portrayal of Alan Turing: a beautiful mind and a tortured man, as big an enigma as the wartime codes he cracked.

Friday 21 November, 11.30pm

Citizenfour (15)

An amazing and compelling slice of modern history showing a tense series of meetings with the whistle-blower Edward Snowden. A real-life thriller.

Saturday 22 November, 11.30pm

Altered States (18)

Ken Russell is in full bonkers overdrive for this cautionary tale of a scientist obsessed with discovering mankind’s true role in the universe.

Farewell Philip Seymour Hoffman Double Bill
Sunday 23rd November


God’s Pocket (15)

Darkly comic crime drama with a star performance from Philip Seymour Hoffman. An insightful and credible portrait of the close-knit community, touched by absurdity.


+ A Most Wanted Man(15)

A sharp, thoughtful and absorbing spy thriller based on a John Le Carré original. Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s towering performance as a world weary, scotch-drinking, crumpled German.

Watch all the trailers

(5 trailers, 11 mins)

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As part of CINEMANIA, the Rio is offering a specially selected season of monthly film screenings, talks and Q&A’s from industry professionals, for ages 12-19.

£4 for 12-19 year-olds.
Note: People over 19 years old are also welcome to attend at normal weekday matinee prices and sit in the Circle.
Tuesday 25 November, 4pm

Moonrise Kingdom (12A)

The tale of two twelve-year-olds who fall in love and run away from Summer Camp.


Tuesday 9 December, 4pm

Edward Scissorhands(PG)

A magical modern fairy tale with gothic overtones and a sweet centre.


Sat 29 Nov, 11.30pm

Biophilia Live(U)

A journey to somewhere between deep sea and deep space with Bjork with evocative animation and science footage, featuring David Attenborough.

Sat 29 Nov, 5pm

Time is illmatic(15)

Multimedia artist One9’s passionate documentary delves into the origins, history and legacy of Nas’s 1994 landmark hip-hop album, Illmatic.

From Fri 28 Nov, for 1 week

Winter Sleep(15)

The bold and beautiful 2014 Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or winner from the director of Once Upon a Time in Anatolia.

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