What’s On

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A Season In France (12A)

Fri 28th June – Wed 3rd July

Mahamat-Saleh Haroun’s soul-searching film focuses on the plight of undocumented asylum seekers desperately trying to find sanctuary in Europe.

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Amazing Grace (U)

Sun 21st – Mon 22nd July

Amazing Grace is an extraordinary look at a key moment in American musical and social history, and an invaluable record of one of America’s greatest artists doing what she did best.

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Apollo 11 (U)

Fri 5th – Thu 11th July

Crafted from a newly discovered trove of 70mm footage, and more than 11,000 hours of audio recordings, Apollo 11 takes us straight to the heart of NASA’s most celebrated mission.

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Armstrong (PG)

Sat 20th – Sun 21st July

Dramatic, moving & deeply human, Armstrong is an exceptional and timely new documentary celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing and the life of a quiet, determined man who became a global icon.

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Booksmart (15)

Mon 24th – Wed 26th June

Hedonism at the end of high school is the subject of actress Olivia Wilde’s joyous directorial debut, a fresh and modern coming-of-age comedy.

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The Cure - Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park

Thu 11th July, 8.00pm

The Cure, acknowledged as one of the world’s greatest live bands, take the stage on a perfect July evening in London’s Hyde Park 2018 to deliver a set of songs celebrating four decades of music making.

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The Dead Don’t Die (TBC)

Mon 15th July, 6.15pm

From writer-director Jim Jarmusch comes a star-studded horror comedy featuring a superb ensemble cast of Jarmusch regulars in a raucous, rueful and satirical glimpse at America at the end of the world.

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Diego Maradona (12A)

Mon 24th – Thu 27th June

Constructed from over 500hrs of unseen footage, Diego Maradona is the third film from Oscar-winning director of Senna and Amy Asif Kapadia – undoubtedly one of the greatest documentary makers working today.

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Don't Look Now (15)

New digital restoration
Sun 14th – Thu 18th July

Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie star in Nic Roeg’s brilliantly atmospheric adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s novel, now newly restored and looking more brilliant than ever.  

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Dream Screens (TBC)

Presented by Pavilion
Showtimes TBC

Free programme of short films from the last 40 years, selected by Pavilion’s Art School for Rebel Girls, a collective of young women aged 13-16. 

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Edge of the Knife (TBC)

Tue 2nd July, 6.30pm

Made entirely in two dialects of a nearly extinct Haida language, Edge of the Knife is a daring and groundbreaking drama, screening held in conjunction with the University of Leeds and Native Spirit Festival.

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Freedom Fields (PG)

Sun 30th June, 3.00pm

Freedom Fields follows three women and their football team in post-revolution Libya, as the country descends into civil war and the utopian hopes of the Arab Spring begin to fade.

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In Fabric (15)

Fri 28th June – Thu 4th July

Peter Strickland's highly anticipated follow-up to The Duke of Burgundy is a haunting and macabre tale set against the backdrop of a busy winter sales period in a department store.

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Irene’s Ghost (PG)

Plus director Q&A
Thu 27th June, 6.15pm

Using animation mixed with filmed footage, Irene’s Ghost follows a son’s search to find out about the mother he never knew.

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Knife+Heart (18)

Fri 19th – Thu 25th July

Nominated for last year’s Palme d'Or, Knife+Heart is a delirious, daring and deliciously shot comic-horror, set to the electronic sounds of M83.

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Late Night (15)

Sat 6th – Wed 10th July

Smartly written by Mindy Kaling and starring the brilliant Emma Thompson, Late Night follows host Katherine Newbury who, after declining ratings, finds her Late Night show is on the network’s chopping block.

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Liam Gallagher: As It Was (15)

Wed 26th June, 8.30pm

The honest and emotional story of how one of the most electrifying rock’n’roll frontmen went from the dizzying heights of Oasis to living on the edge, ostracised and lost in the musical wilderness.

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Mari (12A)

Tue 9th July, 6.30pm

Subverting the family drama through the use of dance, Mari gets under your skin to tell a nuanced story of one woman in a bold and dynamic way.

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Marianne & Leonard: Word of Love (12A)

Plus pre-recorded Q&A with Nick Broomfield
Tue 23rd July, 6.00pm

Marianne & Leonard - Words of Love is a beautiful yet tragic love story between Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen, from acclaimed British documentary maker, Nick Broomfield.

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Maya the Bee: The Honey Games (U)

Sat 13th July, 12.00pm

Maya The Bee: The Honey Games is a family-fun animated movie about Maya the Bee and her adventures with teamwork and friendship.

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Midsommar (TBC)

From Friday 26th July

From the visionary mind of Ari Aster (Hereditary), and starring Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor, comes a dread-soaked cinematic fairytale where a world of darkness unfolds in broad daylight.

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Muppets from Space (U)

Sat 20th July, 12.00pm

Gonzo is contacted by his alien family through his breakfast cereal. But when the men in black kidnap him, it's up to Kermit and the gang to rescue Gonzo and help him reunite with his long-lost family.

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Only You (15)

Wed 31st July, 11.00am

The story of Elena and Jake, who on New Year’s Eve meet by chance fighting for the same taxi. Instead of going their separate ways after a shared ride, they start a passionate relationship. But, as the seasons pass, reality catches up with them.

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Penny Slinger: Out of the Shadows (18)

Tue 16th July, 6.30pm

Penny Slinger – Out Of The Shadows is the incredible, untold story of the British artist Penny Slinger and the traumatic events that led to the creation of her masterpiece, the 1977 photo-romance, ‘An Exorcism’.

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Performance (18)

Plus Q&A with Sandy Lieberson & Jay Glennie
Sat 27th July, 5.30pm

Starring Mick Jagger, Performance introduced the world to the fractured storytelling and editing style of cinematographer-turned-director Nicolas Roeg. This special 35mm screening will be followed by a Q&A with Producer Sandy Lieberson and author of Performance: 50th Anniversary Book, Jay Glennie.

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Point Break (15)

Showtimes TBC

Directed by Kathryn Bigelow, this cult-classic follows federal agent Johnny Utah (Keanu Reeves) as he goes undercover among the suspected bank robbers. But the closer Johnny gets to the group, the harder it is for him to fulfil his mission.

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Pokémon Detective Pikachu (PG)

Sat 3rd August, 12.00pm

The first-ever live-action Pokémon adventure, Pokémon Detective Pikachu stars Ryan Reynolds as Pikachu, the iconic face of the global Pokémon phenomenon.

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Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival 2019 (TBC)

Sat 13th July, 2.30pm

Real to Reel is the UK’s only festival devoted to craft, with a signature selection of engaging shorts exploring the human relationship with making and materials.

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Rocketman (15)

Sun 30th June – Wed 3rd July

Rocketman tells the uncensored human story of how small-town boy and shy piano prodigy Reginald Dwight became larger-than-life superstar Elton John.

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Sculpture on Screen (TBC)

Thu 1st August, 6.15pm

To mark Yorkshire Day, together with Yorkshire Sculpture International, we’re celebrating the work of three of our region's most famous sculptors, Damien Hirst, Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.

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Sometimes Always Never (12A)

Wed 26th June

Alan (Bill Nighy) has spent years searching tirelessly for his missing son. With a body to identify and his family torn apart, Alan must repair the relationship with his youngest son, so he can finally move on and reunite his family. 

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Spy Cat (U)

Sat 6th July, 12.00pm

Four crazy antiheroes on the run. Their leader is the unworldly innocent, naive Marnie, a house cat who is not allowed to leave the house and only knows about real life from television.

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Strike (PG)

Sat 27th July, 12.00pm

With a little help from his crazy friends, Mugo – a young mole who secretly dreams of becoming a professional footballer – begins an epic adventure of thrills, laughs and adventure.

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Sunset (15)

Sun 14th July, 2.30pm

From László Nemes, the Oscar-winning director of Son of Saul, comes this sublimely evocative recreation of 1913 Budapest, a city at the crux of world history.

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Support the Girls (15)

Sat 20th – Wed 24th July

The latest from acclaimed writer/director Andrew Bujalski (Computer Chess) is a quietly feminist, crowd-pleasing indie comedy, with a fantastic female ensemble cast.

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The Terminator (15)

With intro by Dr. Steven Gerrard
Sat 6th July, 10.30pm

James Cameron's sci-fi classic returns to the big screen, showing in association with Yorkshire Sculpture International and the artist Huma Bhabha – who's work draws inspiration from the film's dystopian imagery.

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Too Late to Die Young (15)

Tue 30th July, 6.00pm

Set in Chile in the summer of 1990, Too Late to Die Young is a beguiling coming-of-age drama – brimming with hope and trepidation – featuring a standout performance from newcomer, Demian Hernández.

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Toy Story 4 (U)

Fri 26th – Tue 30th July

The adventures of Woody, Buzz and the gang continue in another rollercoaster of a movie, which promises to pull on the heartstrings and tickle the funny bones of kids and grown-ups alike. 

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Vita & Virginia (12A)

Sat 27th – Wed 31st July

A daring celebration of an unconventional bond, Vita & Virginia details the passionate relationship between literary trailblazer Virginia Woolf and enigmatic aristocrat Vita Sackville-West.

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We the Animals (15)

Fri 5th – Wed 10th July

From Justin Torres’ celebrated novel comes a visceral coming-of-age story of three brothers tearing through their rural New York hometown, in the midst of their young parents’ volatile marriage.

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Woman at War (12A)

Thu 27th June, 3.40pm

Magnificent Icelandic landscapes, plot twists, splendid performances and a brilliant score – director Benedikt Erlingsson’s latest combines all this and more to tell a compelling story that explores matters of pressing concern.

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Wonder Park (PG)

Sat 29th June – Sun 21st July

Wonder Park tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive.

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XY Chelsea (15)

Tue 25th June, 6.30pm

XY Chelsea is an intimate character portrait of a fascinating, unique and complex woman, a true rebel and outsider, who after making history must now start a new life, in a world which is far from welcoming.