At the Rio

From Friday

Amy (15)

An outstandingly compiled chronicle which brilliantly brings into focus the talent, the triumph and the tragedy which made up the short life of Amy Winehouse.

Eden (15)

The exhilarating and insightful new film from the acclaimed French writer-director Mia Hansen-Løve traces the rise and fall of the French electronic music scene from the the early 1990s onward.

HOLIDAY MATINEES
From 31 Jul to 6 Aug, 1.30pm

Cinderella (U)

A fresh and witty updating of the original with performances to match, not least Cate Blanchett as Cinderella’s Wicked Stepmother. An explosion of sumptuous colour and costumes adds another layer of enjoyment to this beautiful and enchanting treat for all ages.
Saturday 1 July, 11.30pm

The Long Good Friday(18)

Hoskins makes the most of Barry Keefe’s acid sharp script with a multi layered performance that marks Shand as an evil, cruel and sadistic man, but also someone who is a mass of contradictions.

Sunday 2 August
Double Bill

1pm

All about Eve (U)

A true classic that can still be admired for its dialogue, performances, psychological insights and proof that all the world is indeed a stage.

3.30pm

+ Clouds of Sils Maria(15)

Olivier Assayas’ profound and moving meditation on ageing, the art of acting and the role of women on film and in life.

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Sat 8 Aug, 6.15pm

War Book (15)
Preview + Q&A

Internationally acclaimed but little seen in its homeland, WAR BOOK crackles with thoughts, ideas, passion and provocative information from riveting start to spectacular finish. We are delighted to welcome director Tom Harper and writer Jack Thorne for a post-screening Q&A.

Sat 8 Aug, 11.30pm

Tokyo Tribe(18)

Yakuza gangster movie meets hip-hop musical in a futuristic, alternate-world Tokyo. Based on a popular Manga series and told almost entirely in rap verse, TOKYO TRIBE explosively creates a world of hoods, riots and rumbles in which youth rules the streets and each gang has to stick to their own area.

From Thu 20 to Sun 23 August

London Feminist Film Festival 2015

The London Feminist Film Festival celebrates feminist films both past and present, from women directors around the world. It aims are to inspire discussion about feminism and film, to support women directors and to get feminist films seen by a wider audience.

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