Lost, emotional and anxious she may be, but she’s still Alice… Academy Award winner Julianne Moore is heartbreakingly good.
Saturday 7 March, 11.00am
The Lion King (U)
The return of the King of Disney classics. Enjoy the glorious vistas of the African landscape and its collection of memorable comic, evil and romantic animal characters. Hakuna matata!
Saturday 7 March, 11.30pm
Snow in Paradise (18)
Introduced by director Andrew Hulme, a compelling tale of guilt, fear and redemption told against a background of growing East London gentrification.
Godard: Hello & Goodbye? Double Bill
Sunday 8 March
À Bout De Souffle (PG)
An homage to the pace and energy of 1940s Hollywood thrillers, this iconic landmark movie emphatically announced the cinematic revolution that became the ‘Nouvelle Vague.’
+ Goodbye to Language 3D (15)
An exploration of the inadequacies of modern communication filmed in 3D as a multi-layered visual and sensory experience.
Tuesday 10 March, 6.30pm
Force Majeure (15)
We are delighted to welcome Ruben Östlund for this special preview + Q&A screening. Maybe you’d like to ask him for his reaction to one critic’s description of the film as ‘Ingmar Bergman with a wicked streak!’
Thursday 12 March, 7pm
NT Live: Behind the Beautiful Forevers (12A)
Transmitted live from the National Theatre, Meera Syal stars in David Hare’s acclaimed dramatisation of Katherine Boo’s writing on shanty town life in the shadow of Mumbai Airport.
Sat 14 Mar, 1.45pm South Africa at 20: The Freedom Tour
Come Back Africa (PG)
Clandestinely filmed by Lionel Rogosin in South Africa in 1959, this is one of the key records of the terrible effects of apartheid. Includes an appearance by the legendary Miriam Makeba, singer and civil rights activist.
Sat 14 Mar, 11.30pm South Africa at 20: The Freedom Tour
Future Sound of Mzansi (15)
South Africa’s vibrant electronic music landscape is the focus of this exploration of the country’s cultural landscape. Introduced by co-director and performance artist Spoeke Mathambo.
Sat 21 Mar, 11.30pm
White Dog (15)
This controversial head-on look at racism is in the great Sam Fuller tradition of impassioned and dynamic film making and features a brilliant score by Ennio Morricone.