Films start at 8pm.
Tickets (£5) on the door from 7.30pm.
A number of tickets are available to pre-book online for each film.
Films are at the Queen Mother Theatre (QMT) or Market Theatre (MT)
9th - Still Alice
13th -Dangerous Moonlight
25th - Far From The Madding Crowd
6th - Black Coal Thin Ice
20th - Whiplash
4th - Wild Tales
10th - The Salt of the Earth
20th - Mr Holmes
1st - Timbuktu
Supported by ARTS Council of North Hertfordshire
Time for something a bit different. An atmospheric thriller about a former detective linking a series of murders to a mysterious woman and to the old case which cost him his career. Original Chinese noir about a serial killer with an ingenious conclusion.
The surprise hit that explores the tortuous relationship between an aspiring jazz drummer and his demanding mentor. The film asks how far one should go to achieve artistic perfection, and culminates in a glorious, rousing finale. Multi award winner including Oscars for best supporting actor, editing and sound.
A delicious and disturbing gift box of 6 unexpected tales of unbridled revenge from Argentina. Hugely entertaining, mixing excess, ordinariness and social comment. Director Damian Szifron definitely has something to say about the social and psychic state of his country. Produced by Pedro Almodovar.
There will be a short intrduction to this film and the chance for a chat afterwards.
The Salt of the Earth follows the long career of photographer and ethnologist Sebastião Salgado, who has captured images from almost every corner of the world and its peoples. Directed by European master Wim Wenders with the help of Juliano Ribeiro Salgado, the photographer’s son, this documentary is about the many shades of humanity. Nominated for an Oscar –a highly rated and affecting film.
A new spin on the Holmes character: an aged, retired Sherlock Holmes looks back on his life, and grapples with an unsolved case involving a beautiful woman. Screen legend Ian McKellen as the retired Holmes with Laura Linney and a strong and familiar cast.
A multi award winner directed by A. Sissako, this film explores the impact of religious fundamentalism on the simple life of an African village. Full of unique and remarkable images and ideas, and avoiding melodrama or cliched representations of violence, this film will surprise you and transport you to a world that we hear about in the news but that we don’t really know.
There will be a short introduction to this film and chance for a chat afterwards.