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DUMBO

A young elephant, whose oversized ears enable him to fly, helps save a struggling circus, but when the small-scale family show is absorbed into Michael Keaton's glittering Wonderland theme park, Dumbo and his friends discover dark secrets beneath its shiny veneer.

Tim Burton's amazing re-telling of the magical story of Dumbo, with a glorious period circus setting which enhances the surreal quality of Burton's latest masterpiece.

Director: Tim Burton
Writers:   Helen Aberson  (novel),  Ehren Kruger  (screenplay) 
Stars: Eva Green Colin Farrell Michael Keaton Danny DeVito , Deobia Oparei

THE WHITE CROW

Ralph Fiennes has brought to life the amazing true story of  Rudolf Nureyev 's defection to the West.

Director: Ralph Fiennes
Writers:   David Hare  (screenplay),  Julie Kavanagh  (Inspired by her book: "Rudolf Nureyev: The Life")
Stars: Oleg Ivenko Ralph Fiennes Louis Hofmann Sergei Polunin

HOLY LANDS

Harry Rosenmerck, a lapsed Ashkenazi Jewish American cardiologist, leaves everything behind to become a pig farmer in the Holy Land, to the great annoyance of his disfunctional family back home, as well as his conventionally religious new neighbours.

Amander Sthers has directed this warm hearted comedy from her own novel.

Director: Amanda Sthers
Writers: Amanda Sthers
Stars: Tom Hollander Jonathan Rhys Meyers James Caan Rosanna Arquette

FISHERMAN'S FRIENDS

A fast-living, cynical London music executive (Danny Mays) heads to a remote Cornish village on a stag weekend where he’s pranked by his boss (Noel Clarke) into trying to sign a group of shanty singing fishermen (led by James Purefoy). He becomes the ultimate ‘fish out of water’ as he struggles to gain the respect or enthusiasm of the unlikely boy band and their families (including Tuppence Middleton) who value friendship and community over fame and fortune. As he’s drawn deeper into the traditional way of life he’s forced to re-evaluate his own integrity and ultimately question what success really means.

The heart warming story of the Cornish Fishermen who gained international fame with their traditional sea songs. Based on a true story, and featuring a famous cast seen in so many much loved British films, as well as the beautiful scenery of Port Isaac.

Director: Chris Foggin
Writers:  Piers AshworthMeg Leonard
Stars: Tuppence MiddletonJames PurefoyDaniel Mays

ALL MY LIFE'S BURIED HERE: THE STORY OF GEORGE BUTTERWORTH

The English composer, folk song collector and country dancer George Butterworth was killed in 1916 at Pozières, France during the Battle of the Somme. He was 31. In the chaos of war Butterworth was buried where he fell and his remains were never subsequently identified.
This documentary tells the story of George Butterworth's life and music for the first time in a film, from his earliest childhood to his final hours in the violent confusion of the trenches. We follow Butterworth on his forays collecting folk songs to discover how they informed his own music. We learn why Butterworth once described himself as a 'professional morris dancer', and explore what led him to destroy so many of his own compositions before he died. Tracing his journey to its tragic conclusion we go with Butterworth into the trenches of northern France where he eventually led a battalion of Durham miners.
Featuring classic recordings of Butterworth's music by the London Philharmonic under Sir Adrian Boult, plus exclusive live performances by Roderick Williams OBE, folk singer Peta Webb and archive recordings of English folk singers, this is a powerful portrait documentary revealing the emotional heart of George Butterworth's remarkable story.

We offer you an exclusive chance to see this moving and beautiful film on Sunday 12th May at 8.30 pm, followed by a Q & A with Director Stewart Hajdukiewicz.

Director: Stewart Hajdukiewicz
Writers: Stewart Hajdukiewicz
Stars: Anthony Murphy, Hugh Butterworth, Matthew Cowan, Michael Mears, Ralph Allwood MBE, Vic Gammon, Michael Heaney, Alun Howkins, Katie Howson, Malcolm Taylor OBE

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