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Elvis (12A)

★★★★ – The Times. Baz Luhrmann casts his spectacular cinematic gaze over one of the greatest musical artists of all time, Elvis Presley. With his signature showmanship, Luhrmann combs through American society and politics through the 50s, 60s and 70s through the life of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.


"★★★★ – Baz Luhrmann’s sweaty, seductive biopic makes the King cool again" – Independent


"A fizzy, delirious, impishly energized, compulsively watchable 2-hour-and-39-minute fever dream" – Variety


"★★★★ – Baz Luhrmann's best movie since Romeo + Juliet" – The Times


"★★★★ – you can't help falling in love with Baz Luhrmann's juekbox epic" – Telegraph


★★★★ – Evening Standard


Relative newcomer Austin Butler (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Dude) stars as Elvis, completely disappearing into the role and achieving a praise-worthy transformation, along with Hollywood royalty Tom Hanks as Colonel Tom Parker, the Dutch musical entrepreneur who catapulted Elvis to stardom. Following his path from childhood to his now legendary status as rock and roll star, with theatrical flair and a soundtrack to boot.


An intrinsic figure in music history, Elvis’ influence is still felt today with countless hits that have become timeless classics. His provocative moves and stance on segregation regarded as radical at the time earned him a divisive reputation, ultimately leading to his status at the King.

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Good Luck to You, Leo Grande (15)

★★★★ – Guardian. Emma Thompson (Saving Mr. Banks, Notting Hill) stars as Nancy, retired and widowed, on a journey to find connection, acceptance and sex she’s missed out on all these years. An uplifting, poignant comedy drama from director Sophie Hyde.


"A refreshing, intelligent bedroom drama, Good Luck To You, Leo Grande is a quietly hilarious study on emotional and sexual intimacy" – Little White Lies


"★★★★ – a love letter to the human body and its capacity for pleasure" – The Upcoming


★★★★ – Evening Standard


★★★★ – Guardian


Emma Thompson (The Children Act, Sense and Sensibility) stars as Nancy, retired and widowed, and on a journey to find connection, acceptance and sex she’s missed out on all these years.


Nancy has spent her life nurturing students as a school teacher and as a devoted wife to her late husband, but has yet to dedicate those qualities to herself. Enter charming young sex worker ‘Leo Grande’, whom Nancy hires to explore her needs, and ideally fulfill them.


Over the course of three afternoons in a Norwich hotel, Nancy and Leo become intimately acquainted: the sex is a given and boosts her confidence all round, but the unexpected conversation that flows in each meeting gives way to a shift in power dynamics.


An uplifting, hilarious and hearwarming comedy drama from director Sophie Hyde (Animals, In My Blood It Runs).

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Persona (15)

★★★★★ – Independent. A feast for the eyes and mind once again from Ingmar Bergman, with nuanced, gentle performances from the lead actors (Liv Ullmann & Bibi Anderson), daring imagery and complex characters converging with one another.


"★★★★★ – Ingmar Bergman's enigmatic masterpiece still captivates" – Guardian


"★★★★★ – Wonderfully complex but warmly human, Bergman's drama is one of his very best" – Empire


★★★★★ – Independent


★★★★★ – Sunday Times


Actress Elisabet Vogler (Ullmann) is convalescing in a remote island cottage, after experiencing a blank spell on stage leading to her current absence of words. A young nurse, Alma (Anderson), is charged with her recovery but struggles to connect with her patient at first. As time goes on and Alma reveals more, Elisabet seems to absorb her, merging Alma’s personality into the persona she has created while ceasing to speak.


A mysterious and radical film, deeply reflective and moving in Bergman’s signature style, challenging ideas of connection and self with a surrealist frame.


Swedish with English subtitles

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Psycho (15)

★★★★★ – Guardian. The original theatrical cut of Alfred Hitchcock’s horror classic, restored in 4k and back on the big screen for spine-chilling cinematic glory. Return to the Bates Motel and experience the thrill of one of the most influential films in horror in crystal clear quality.


"★★★★★ – The best horror film of all time" – Guardian


"★★★★★ – Timeless classic" – Empire


"Psycho, in its dark and sordid extravagance, remains utterly contemporary" – New Yorker


The original theatrical cut of Alfred Hitchcock’s horror classic, restored in 4k and back on the big screen for spine-chilling cinematic glory.


Marion Crane, a Phoenix secretary, is on the run after stealing $40,000 from her employer to clear her lover’s debts and start a new life. A violent rainstorm forces her to pause her journey and pull in to rest at the Bates motel, greeted by young, well put-together Norman, she checks in to spend the night. Norman invites her to dine with him, though problems arise when conversations overheard put him seemingly under the thumb of his unseen, domineering Mother.


The master of suspense bolstered his title with this feature, shot in black and white initially as a cost-saving exercise but later becoming a central device to the shock horror throughout the piece. Based on Robert Block’s novel of the same name, which is in turn based on serial killer Ed Gein, the macabre story is expertly manipulated by Hitchcock, as are the audience whom he directs just as much as he directed the actors on screen.

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All My Friends Hate Me (15)

★★★★ – Time Out. Pete is heading for a reunion with his friends from university to celebrate his 30th birthday. Arriving at his posh pal’s country mansion Pete’s spirits are high, but then a creeping sense of dread consumes him – is it possible that all his friends do in fact hate him?


"★★★★ – a pressure cooker of social awkwardness" – Time Out


"★★★★ – Cult status awaits Tom Stourton’s dark ‘Evil Richard Curtis’ comedy" – Evening Standard


"Ferociously witty" – Variety


"Tightly paced and slickly composed" – New York Times


Pete (Tom Stourton, Man of the Hour) is heading for a reunion with his friends from university to celebrate his 30th birthday. When he arrives, Pete’s spirits are high, but then a creeping sense of dread consumes him – is it possible that all his friends do in fact hate him?


Rolling up to his posh pal’s country mansion, Pete is eager to catch up and share with his best friends his experiences volunteering at a refugee camp. But when he finds they’ve picked up mysterious stranger, Harry (Dustin Demri Burns), at the pub the weekend takes an unexpected turn.


With all the tension of a horror classic, Andrew Gaynord’s comedy thriller derives its scares from Pete’s crippling burden of self-awareness, to explore the anxiety and paranoia familiar to many of us.


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Eric Ravilious: Drawn to War (PG)

Made with the blessing of his estate, this feature documentary explores the life of the brilliant, compelling and enigmatic Eric Ravilious - now regarded as one of Britain’s greatest landscape artists.


One of Britain’s greatest landscape artists, Eric Ravilious was as compelling and enigmatic as his art. Set against the dramatic wartime locations that inspired him, Margy Kinmonth’s film brings to life this brilliant but still grossly undervalued British artist. Caught in the crossfire of war 80 years ago, Ravilious’s legacy largely sank without trace, until now.


Made with the blessing of the Ravilious Estate, this first full length feature documentary about Ravilious unfolds in his own words, through previously unseen private correspondence and rare archive film.


Shot entirely on location in the UK, Portugal and Ireland, the film features Ai Weiwei, Alan Bennett, Grayson Perry, Robert Macfarlane with Freddie Fox, Tamsin Greig and many more.


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Everything Everywhere All At Once (15)

★★★★★ – Evening Standard. The outrageous multi-verse masterpiece returns due to popular demand. Evelyn is exhausted. Wife, Mother, business owner and at the mercy of the IRS for filing her taxes late, in the midst of it all she gets sucked into a multi-verse.


"★★★★★ – Easily one of the best comedies of the year" – Evening Standard


"★★★★★ – Everything Everywhere All At Once is everything cinema was invented for" – Empire


"★★★★★ – The best multiverse movie ever" – Den of Geek


"An instant classic" – IndieWire


★★★★★ – Independent


★★★★★ – Little White Lies


A24 presents an outrageously weird and wonderful sci-fi action comedy, which in equal parts has audiences moved to laughter and tears. Directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert turned down a Marvel project to create their own multiverse movie, and have excelled themselves.


Delightful and refreshing, the sincerity and heart of the characters set this film apart from anything like it. The boundaries of science fiction are blurred and pushed into the realm of absurdity, centred by Michelle Yeoh’s (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon; Crazy Rich Asians) portrayal of a Mother who just wants to connect with her daughter and make her family happy.

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Goodfellas (18)

★★★★★ – Observer. To honour the life and career of Ray Liotta, Phoenix is screening classic 90’s crime drama Goodfellas, widely regarded as one of the greatest films ever made.


"★★★★★ – one of Scorsese's finest films, if not the best" – Observer


"★★★★★ – Definitive, sky-high Scorsese, and the one towards which all his subsequent films have been reaching" – The Times


"★★★★★ – a tour de force" – BBC Culture


★★★★★ – Independent


★★★★★ – Empire


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Crime writer Nicholas Pileggi’s 1985 account of mafia life in non-fiction book Wiseguy birthed the film that would become a legendary staple of the gangster genre. The story begins in 1955, as a young Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) gets drawn into the Mafia and criminal world on his doorstep.


He climbs the ranks, along with his friends Jimmy (Robert De Niro) and Tommy (Joe Pesci), from pretty criminal to fully fledged gangster. Oblivious to the pain his crimes cause, he indulges in the lavish lifestyle it affords him. However, Henry succumbs to the darker side that money and a life of luxury can bring.


A cautionary tale about the price of success, Goodfellas is one of Scorsese’s most enduring films, earning a plethora of award nods and consistently recognised as a masterclass in the gangster film genre.

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The Goonies (12A)

★★★★ – Empire. Hoping to save his house from demolition, a young teenager Mikey finds an old treasure map in the attic and sets off with his friends to find One-Eyed Willie’s secret stash. But they soon learn they aren’t the only ones after the treasure.


"★★★★ – If you don't like The Goonies you may be a little dead inside" – Eye for Film


★★★★ – Empire


★★★★ – The Times


Hoping to save his house from demolition, young teenager Mikey finds an old treasure map in his father’s attic and sets off with his friends Data, Chunk and Mouth on a treasure hunt. Looking for the “X” that marks the spot for One-Eyed Willie’s secret stash, they soon learn they aren’t the only ones after the treasure.


Screening as part of our '80s season, coinciding with the brilliant I Grew Up 80s exhibition taking place at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery until the end of August.

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World War I on Screen (18)

In the first of a series of 3 one-day courses looking at war on screen, tutor Kenton Hall uses classic films, documentaries and contemporary footage to examine the effect on cinema of World War I and its aftermath.


Cinema has always wrestled with the concept of war, as have artists of all stripes. The First World War, in particular, represented such a sea change in world history that it is unsurprising to discover that – along with theatre and literature – it has been examined through the lens of cinema countless times over the last century.


Befitting a war that, for the first time, took the entire globe in its grasp, films about WWI have been made from the perspectives of multiple nations and reflected both the immediate effects on the soldiers involved and those left behind.


Kenton Hall looks at classic films, documentaries and contemporary footage - including Peter Jackson’s They Shall Not Grow Old, and Sam Mendes’ multi-award-winning 1917, as we examine the effect on cinema of the First World War and its aftermath.


Course Breakdown:

         

11.30am – Introduction to course and themes


12pm – WWI on Film (documentary footage)


12.30pm – Film contemporary to WWI


1pm – Effect of cinema on the perception of WWI and allegories


1.30pm – Lunch


2.30pm – Revisitation - Modern films about WWI


3.30pm – Reinterrogation -  How do films about specific wars reflect on subsequent wars?


4.30pm – Conclusion


5pm – End


This course will be delivered in person at Phoenix.


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The Quiet Girl (12A)

"★★★★★ – a jewel" – Guardian. Based on Claire Keegan’s novella Foster, a young girl from a dysfunctional family spends a summer with foster parents to be nurtured and heal from her chaotic start in life. The Quiet Girl returns due to popular demand.


"★★★★★ – a jewel" – Guardian


"★★★★ – a sublime coming-of-age tale that’s as tranquil as the Irish countryside in which it’s set" – The Upcoming


★★★★★ – RTE


★★★★★ – Little White Lies


Cáit arrives at a rural Irish home in the early 1980s, dropped off by her father with barely a goodbye, with only the clothes on her back. She has been sent to stay with her mother’s cousin while her mother has another baby.


Finally given the care and attention she so clearly needs, Cáit begins to thrive, the stains of her upbringing gently and lovingly washed away in a home full of warmth. But as time goes on, she learns that the price of love can be shattering grief.


The first Irish language film to be selected for the Berlinale Film Festival, the film was awarded Best Film in its section, and earned a swathe of accolades at the IFTAs.


Gaelic with English subtitles

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Big Trouble in Little China (15)

John Carpenter’s cult classic, about a goofily confident trucker who unexpectedly ends up in a supernatural battle between good and evil, is a perfect genre-busting mash-up of comedy and 80s action – with martial arts, fantasy tropes and even romance thrown in for good measure!



Kurt Russell (Escape from New York) plays Jack Burton, a goofily confident trucker who unexpectedly ends up in a supernatural battle between good and evil.


John Carpenter’s cult classic is a perfect genre-busting mash-up of comedy and 80s action – with martial arts, fantasy tropes and even romance thrown in for good measure – though the knowing performances elevate Big Trouble in Little China from B-movie fodder.


Screening as part of our '80s season, coinciding with the brilliant I Grew Up 80s exhibition taking place at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery until the end of August.

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Thor: Love and Thunder (TBC)

Chris Hemsworth returns to the big screen as Thor, on a quest unlike any he’s been on before, a quest for inner peace. As if the battles with his own demons weren't enough, the space Viking is called back into action to defend himself and the rest of the Gods from elimination from the deadly Gorr the God Butcher.


Following on from the events of Avengers: Endgame (2019), Thor finds himself in a moment of reflection, seeking to find more about who he is, what his purpose is, and why, and if, he’s a hero. Amid his soul-searching, word of a potentially devastating enemy out to destroy his kind - Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) - surfaces and catapults him back into battle.


His first task is to enlist Valkyrie, Korg and Jane Foster - now the Mighty Thor - to help him defeat Gorr and prevent his plan to destroy all Gods.


Packed with the action we’ve come to know and love from the MCU, Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok, Jojo Rabbit) is back in the director’s chair for this epic adventure.

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Top Gun: Maverick (12A)

★★★★★ – Empire. The most eagerly anticipated sequel of the 21st century is requesting another fly-by, and we’re thrilled to be granting it! After 30 years as a successful Navy aviator, Maverick is back at Top Gun, training pilots for a mission unlike any other.


"★★★★★ – Punching the air is mandatory" – Empire


"★★★★★ – Unquestionably the best studio action film to have been released since 2015’s Mad Max: Fury Road" – Telegraph


★★★★★ – Total Film


★★★★ – Evening Standard


★★★★ – The Times


The most eagerly anticipated sequel of the 21st century is requesting another fly-by, and we’re thrilled to be granting it!


Pete "Maverick" Mitchell (Cruise) has spent 30 years as one of the leading aviators in the US Navy, his daredevil ways making him the foremost test pilot around. A promotion is looming, meaning he would be out of the air and back on the ground, but when Maverick finds himself back at Top Gun training the next generation of fighter pilots he is confronted with the ghosts of his past.


Top Gun: Maverick is a guaranteed adrenaline rush, jam packed with unbelievable flight sequences promising to be more jaw dropping than anything seen before. A familiar cast will ignite the nostalgia of the iconic first film, with new faces injecting fresh excitement in this jet-fuelled frenzy.

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Cabaret (15)

★★★★★ – Guardian. Celebrating 50 years of Bob Fosse’s iconic adaptation for the screen, Cabaret is one of the most intoxicating film musicals in existence. Featuring classic songs by Kander & Ebb such as ‘Maybe This Time’, ‘Willkommen’ and ‘Money Money’.


"★★★★★ – This viscerally powerful, deliriously inspired musical stands the test of time, and then some" – Guardian


"★★★★★ – All are guaranteed to leave Sally Bowles' words ringing in your ears as the credits roll: 'Divine decadence, darling!" – BBC Culture


★★★★★ – The Times


★★★★★ – Radio Times


Based on the stage musical of the same name, adapted from Christopher Isherwood’s anthology novel ‘The Berlin Stories’ and the 1951 play ‘I Am a Camera’, Cabaret revels in the hedonism and underground bohemian nightlife of Berlin during the Weimar Republic in 1931 as the Nazi Party is looming large, and fascism is on the rise.


Liza Minnelli stars as Sally Bowles, a libertine nightclub singer at The Kitkat Club, hosted by the enigmatic Emcee, played with effervescent menace by Joel Grey. At the boarding house where she lives, she meets a new resident, an unworldly scholar from Cambridge University, Brian (Michael York). A complicated tryst ensues with the arrival of young and handsome Baron Maximilian von Heune (Helmut Griem), leading to heartbreak and tragedy for Sally and Brian.


Cabaret rips up the book of musical cliches and presents a picture of the desperation faced during the rise of the Nazi party, a testament to the spirit of ‘the show must go on’.


Nominated for 10 Oscars and the winner of 8, including Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Best Director, cementing Bob Fosse’s illustrious career and credit to his meticulous artistic vision.

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An American Werewolf in London (15)

★★★★ – Empire. Two American teenagers backpacking their way around Britain ignore local warnings and trek over the moors under a full moon. One is mauled to death by a mysterious creature, and the other wakes up in hospital weeks later feeling not quite himself.


"★★★★ – Still scary, violent and very, very funny" – Total Film


"★★★★ – Carnivorous lunar activities rarely come any more entertaining than this" – Empire

 

★★★★ – Time Out


★★★★ – Independent


Two American teenagers are backpacking their way around Britain, and despite warnings from the locals, decide to trek over the moors under the full moon. One is mauled to death by a mysterious creature, and the other survives the vicious attack, waking up in a London hospital weeks later feeling not quite himself.


John Landis’s horror-comedy masterpiece is a milestone in the genre, elevated by the gory genius of Rick Baker who won the inaugural Academy Award for Best Makeup for this piece.


Screening as part of our '80s season, coinciding with the brilliant I Grew Up 80s exhibition taking place at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery until the end of August.

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Friday 8 Jul 20228:30pm Book Now
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Back to the Future (PG)

Robert Zemeckis’ much-loved comedy is ripe for discovery on the big screen by a new generation. Ending up 30 years in the past thanks to his mad-scientist friend Doc Brown, high school student Marty McFly must make sure that his parents get together so he continues to exist!


"★★★★★ – To put it bluntly: if you don't like Back To The Future, it's difficult to believe that you like films at all" – Empire


★★★★★ – Total Film


★★★★★ – Daily Telegraph


Robert Zemeckis’ beloved comedy is ripe for discovery on the big screen by a new generation. Ending up 30 years in the past, in 1955, thanks to his mad-scientist friend Doc Brown, high school student Marty McFly must make sure that his parents get together so he continues to exist!


Screening as part of our '80s season, coinciding with the brilliant I Grew Up 80s exhibition taking place at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery until the end of August.

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Dr Who: Classic Movie Double Bill (PG)

Two classic Doctor Who adventures regenerated from the magnificence of technicolour to glorious 4K. To date the only instances the Time Lord has appeared on the big screen, a must-see for any sci-fi or Doctor Who fan!


Two classic Doctor Who adventures regenerated from the magnificence of technicolour to glorious 4K. To date the only instances the Time Lord has appeared on the big screen, a must-see for any sci-fi or Doctor Who fan!


Dr. Who & The Daleks (1965) was the Doctor’s first big-screen appearance, and the first time he had been seen in colour. Peter Cushing is at the helm, as the Doctor and his three assistants travel through time and space in his newly-invented TARDIS to an unknown corner of the universe. They land on the planet Skaro, inhabited by two warring tribes in the wake of nuclear devastation, one of which being the treacherous Daleks!


Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D (1966) sees Cushing back as the Doctor, this time defending Earth from the Dalek’s. As they take over the planet, a small resistance begins to gather in the depths of the London Underground and plans to fight back and reclaim Earth. Will the help of the Doctor be the answer to their plight?

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Get Carter (18)

Michael Caine stars in Mike Hodges’ Brit-crime magnum opus, re-released and restored to 4K after 50 years celebrated as a cult classic. Jack Carter (Caine) is a seasoned gangster thug, who returns to his hometown of Newcastle following the apparent suicide of his brother, Frank.


"★★★★★ – A stone-cold, liquid-nitrogen classic" – Guardian


★★★★ – BBC Culture


Based on the 1970 novel ‘Jack’s Return Home’ by Ted Lewis, London mobster Jack Carter (Caine) goes back to his roots in Newcastle after the death of his brother, Frank. Though his death is reported to be a suicide, Carter has his suspicions that Frank has been murdered.


Carter questions the seedy underbelly of Newcastle, finding local crook Eric (Ian Hendry) who leads him to Kinnear, the kingpin.  What follows is a series of intense interrogations and investigations, with Carter seeking vengeance by any means - and the means he knows best is violence.


Michael Caine gives an impeccable turn as the cold-blooded, hardened criminal Carter, and at the time confounded critics that were impressed by his performance but struggled with his lack of remorse and cold nature, however in retrospect has been praised as the ‘role of a lifetime’ for Caine.

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Robocop (18)

★★★★★ – Guardian. “The future of law enforcement” returns to the big screen for its 35th anniversary, in a new uncut 4K restoration from the original camera negative and approved by Paul Verhoeven himself!


“★★★★★ – thrilling, subversive 80s masterpiece” – Guardian


★★★★★ – Radio Times


“The future of law enforcement” returns to the big screen for its 35th anniversary, in a new uncut 4K restoration from the original camera negative and approved by Paul Verhoeven himself!


Set in a near-apocalyptic Detroit where mega-corporation OCP bids to privatise the police force with the use of crime-eradicating cyborgs, their first test subject: recently departed good cop Alex Murphy.


Screening as part of our '80s season, coinciding with the brilliant I Grew Up 80s exhibition taking place at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery until the end of August.

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Wednesday 13 Jul 20228:00pm Book Now
Saturday 23 Jul 20228:15pm Book Now

Explorer + Q&A (TBC)

Endorsed as the world’s greatest living explorer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes has spent decades traversing the world, breaking countless world records and achieving extraordinary feats in the name of exploration and research. Explorer presents a portrait of the man behind the expeditions.


Sir Ranulph Fiennes began his career in the military, serving for eight years as an Officer in the Royal Scots Greys, the SAS and finally the Sultan of Oman’s army - in which he was decorated for bravery by the Sultanate. It was during this time he began his endeavours as an expedition leader, which continued long after his service to the army.


His unbelievable achievements include the first expedition to circumnavigate the world from pole to pole, crossing the Antarctic on foot, and discovering a lost city in Arabia. He is also the oldest Briton to have climbed Everest, doing so at 65 years old!


The recipient of the Polar Medal and an OBE, as a result of his lifelong dedication, Sir Ranulph Fiennes seems like a character straight out of an adventure storybook, Explorer gives an insight into the man behind the myth with his definitive story.


The screening will be followed by a cinema-exclusive Q&A filmed at BFI Southbank in London with Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Bear Grylls.

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Thursday 14 Jul 20227:30pm Book Now

No Fare: The Sian Green Story (12A)

The world premiere of this inspiring documentary telling a nightmare when 23-year-old Leicester woman Sian Green was hit by a taxi while on holiday in New York.


"A powerful and emotional film, No Fare is a personal story of tragedy, courage and hope set against the machinations of the American justice and legal system" – Midlands Movies


The screening on Fri 15 Jul will be followed by a live Q&A with Sian Green-Lord and the filmmakers.


The world premiere of this inspiring new documentary telling the shocking story of how a dream trip becomes a nightmare when a New York taxi mounts the sidewalk and hits 23-year-old Leicester woman, Sian Green.


A celebrity doctor and quick-thinking plumber save her life, but she loses her leg. Despite this, there’s no compensation for Sian or punishment for the driver.


With dramatic first-hand testimony, dramatic reconstruction and Sian’s personal video diaries, No Fare documents the crash, Sian’s inspiring road to recovery and her long fight for justice.

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Friday 15 Jul 20227:15pm Book Now
Saturday 16 Jul 20223:15pm Book Now
Sunday 17 Jul 20225:15pm Book Now

Predator (15)

★★★★★ – Total Film. Sent to rescue a diplomat from the depths of the jungle, soon Major Alan “Dutch” Schaefer and his team soon find themselves hunted by an otherworldly creature.


"★★★★★ – Predator remains a lean masterpiece over three decades on" – Flickering Myth


"★★★★★ – An '80s classic full of still-thrilling action" – Total Film


"★★★★ – A thumping piece of powerhouse cinema" – Empire


★★★★ – Guardian


Sent to rescue a diplomat from the depths of the jungle, Major Alan “Dutch” Schaefer and his team soon find themselves hunted by an otherworldly creature.


Best seen on the big screen with a horde of other Arnie/Carl Weathers/Bill Duke fans, John McTiernan’s beloved blockbuster is endlessly quotable, packed with stunning set-pieces and more muscles than you can shake a stick at. GET TO DA CINEMAAA for Predator's 35th anniversary.


Screening as part of our '80s season, coinciding with the brilliant I Grew Up 80s exhibition taking place at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery until the end of August.


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Saturday 16 Jul 20228:15pm Book Now
Tuesday 26 Jul 20227:45pm Book Now

Hairspray (PG)

★★★★ – Empire. When teenager Tracy Turnblad auditions for a dream spot as a regular on Corny Collins Dance Show, she sparks a rivalry with Amber von Tussle. John Waters (Pink Flamingos) is in the driving seat for this wild ride of this cult '80s comedy.


"★★★★ – Thoroughly deserving of its cult status" – Empire


★★★★ – The Times


John Waters (Pink Flamingos) is in the driving seat for this wild ride of this cult '80s comedy.


When teenager Tracy Turnblad (Ricki Lake) auditions for a dream spot as a regular on Corny Collins Dance Show, she sparks a rivalry with Amber von Tussle (Colleen Fitzpatrick).


The rivalry comes to a head as Amber and Tracy vie for the title of Miss Auto Show 1963, while Tracy pushes for more racial integration on the dance show.


Screening as part of our '80s season, coinciding with the brilliant I Grew Up 80s exhibition taking place at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery until the end of August.

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Sunday 17 Jul 20222:45pm Book Now
Friday 22 Jul 20228:15pm Book Now

Talking Pictures Summer (Mondays) (18)

Get deeper into film with our regular (and very popular) course of tutor-led group discussions. The price includes a cup of tea/coffee and a ticket to a midweek daytime film during the week of your session.

Get deeper into film with our regular (and very popular) course of tutor-led group discussions. The price includes a cup of tea/coffee and a ticket to a midweek daytime film during the week of your session.


This summer's term has been shortened to 6 weeks (rather than the usual 10) due to building work in the venue.


The course will run in Screen 2, and there are 35 places available. If you have access requirements, please book via Box Office as so we can ensure that your specific needs can be accommodated.


PLEASE NOTE: The course will run from 10.30am – 12pm, though Phoenix does not open to the general public until 12 o’clock. Your drinks which are included in the course fee will be available from the foyer bar.

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Monday 18 Jul 202210:30am Book Now

Talking Pictures Summer (Tuesdays) (18)

Get deeper into film with our regular (and very popular) course of tutor-led group discussions. The price includes a cup of tea/coffee and a ticket to a midweek daytime film during the week of your session.

Get deeper into film with our regular (and very popular) course of tutor-led group discussions. The price includes a cup of tea/coffee and a ticket to a midweek daytime film during the week of your session.


This summer's term has been shortened to 6 weeks (rather than the usual 10) due to building work in the venue.


The course will run in Screen 2, and there are 35 places available. If you have access requirements, please book via Box Office as so we can ensure that your specific needs can be accommodated.


PLEASE NOTE: The course will run from 10.30am – 12pm, though Phoenix does not open to the general public until 12 o’clock. Your drinks which are included in the course fee will be available from the foyer bar.

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Tuesday 19 Jul 202210:30am Book Now

Pretty in Pink (15)

This terrific coming-of-age teen comedy drama stars Molly Ringwald (The Breakfast Club) as Andie – an outcast who falls in love with one of the upper-class “Richie” kids at her high-school.


"a nostalgic treat" – Eye for Film


This terrific coming-of-age teen comedy drama stars Molly Ringwald (The Breakfast Club) as Andie – an outcast who falls in love with one of the upper-class “Richie” kids at her high-school.


Fabulous supporting performances from Jon Cryer as Andie’s best friend and the ridiculously gorgeous James Spader as school bully Steff, are bolstered by a quintessential 80s soundtrack, with songs by OMD, Echo and the Bunnymen and The Psychedelic Furs.


Screening as part of our '80s season, coinciding with the brilliant I Grew Up 80s exhibition taking place at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery until the end of August.

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Wednesday 20 Jul 20228:15pm Book Now
Sunday 31 Jul 20225:00pm Book Now

Prima Facie (15)

★★★★ – Telegraph. Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) makes her West End debut in the UK premiere of Suzie Miller’s award-winning play. Prima Facie takes us to the heart of where emotion and experience collide with the rules of the game.


"★★★★ – West End debuts don't come much more astonishing than this" – Telegraph


"★★★★ – Jodie Comer takes the stage by storm" – The Times


★★★★ – Guardian


★★★★ – WhatsOnStage


Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) makes her West End debut in the UK premiere of Suzie Miller’s award-winning play.


Tessa is a young, brilliant barrister. She has worked her way up from working class origins to be at the top of her game; defending; cross examining and winning. An unexpected event forces her to confront the lines where the patriarchal power of the law, burden of proof and morals diverge.


Prima Facie takes us to the heart of where emotion and experience collide with the rules of the game.


Justin Martin directs this solo tour de force, captured live from the intimate Harold Pinter Theatre in London’s West End.

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Thursday 21 Jul 20227:00pm Book Now
Thursday 18 Aug 20227:00pm Book Now

The Work of David Lynch (18)

Led by tutor Dr Connor Winterton, this one-day course will examine Lynch’s works from the late 1970s to now via several different frameworks: style, ideology, postmodernism, genre, narrative, duality, and feminist theory. The course will offer a critical insight to Lynch’s works for both Lynch fans and for those unfamiliar with his filmography.


David Lynch is one of the most influential and celebrated filmmakers of all time. His works have continually challenged, puzzled, and excited audiences, from the bizarre Midnight Movie Eraserhead to Mulholland Drive, the “greatest film of the 21st century” (BBC Culture, 2019).


This one-day course will examine Lynch’s works from the late 1970s to now via several different frameworks: style, ideology, postmodernism, genre, narrative, duality, and feminist theory. The course will offer a critical insight to Lynch’s works for both Lynch fans and for those unfamiliar with his filmography.


10:30: Intro and ice-breakers


10:45: Lynch – early career and life


11:00: The Midnight Art Movie: Eraserhead


11:30: The Mainstream years: The Elephant Man and Dune


12:00: Ideology; postmodernism: Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart and The Straight Story


13:00 – 13:45: Lunch


13:45: Transgressing narrative and genre conventions; the concept of duality: Mulholland Drive and Lost Highway


14:35: The digital era: Inland Empire


15:00: Break


15:10: Blurring Boundaries: The Twin Peaks Universe  


16:00: End


This course will be delivered in person at Phoenix. Capacity is limited to 12 participants to enable social distancing.


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Saturday 23 Jul 202210:30am Book Now (Sold Out)

Phoenix Film Camp 7-11

Make a short film in 5 days at our annual summer holiday Film Camp for children aged 7-11. Enter the room on Monday with just an idea or two, and leave on Friday with a film in the can that you shot and starred in.

Make a short film in 5 days at our annual summer holiday Film Camp for children aged 7-11. Enter the room on Monday with just an idea or two, and leave on Friday with a film in the can that you shot and starred in.


Starting on Monday we’ll write a story for a film we can produce in a week. Tuesday will be rehearsing and assigning roles, from actors to camera and sound operators.


Then from Wednesday to Friday it’s lights, camera, action as we go out on set to make our film a reality.


The film will then be edited by the course tutor ready for its ‘premiere’ screening in the autumn.


Designed with different learning styles in mind, Film Camp covers all the key elements of filmmaking and production, including scriptwriting, shooting, direction and editing.


All equipment and training will be provided by our expert tutor Keith Allott.


PLEASE NOTE: Due to the building work at Phoenix, this year the Film Camp will be based at LCB Depot. This is a creative workspace located very close to Phoenix, at 31 Rutland Street, LE1 1RE.


Lunch is not provided, so please bring your own; alternatively there is also a café at LCB Depot.

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Monday 25 Jul 20229:30am Book Now

World War II on Screen (18)

In this, the second instalment of our war on screen series we turn our attention to World War II. Kenton Hall will be looking at contemporary and classic films about the conflict, the people who experienced it and the way it changed the world.


In this, the second instalment of our war on screen series we turn our attention to World War II. Kenton Hall will be looking at contemporary and classic films about the conflict, the people who experienced it and the way it changed the world.


From a dramatic perspective, World War II is often seen as the conflict with the most readily identifiable heroes and villains – a titanic struggle of good over evil. This is particularly reflected in the films made during the war itself, although the power of cinema was used equally as propaganda – on both sides – as much as it was a vehicle for storytelling.


The almost incomprehensible horrors of the Holocaust have, rightly, continued to be examined via film – as a way of trying to understand the worst sides of human nature, but also as a reminder that unless we learn from that history, those horrors could well be repeated. Films such as Schindler’s List and Downfall in particular, stand as important lessons about events that are not as long ago as sometimes we seem to believe.


Course Breakdown:  

         

11.30am – Introduction


12pm – WWII on Film (Documentary footage)


12.30pm – Films contemporary to WWII


1pm  – Effect of cinema on the perception of WWII and allegories about the war


1.30pm  – Lunch


2.30pm  – Revisitation - Modern films about WWII


3.30pm  – Reinterrogation -  How do films about specific wars reflect on subsequent wars?


4.30pm  – Conclusion


5pm  – End


This course will be delivered in person at Phoenix.




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Saturday 30 Jul 202211:30am Book Now

Phoenix Film Camp 12-15

Make a short film in 5 days at our annual summer holiday Film Camp for 12 to 15-year-olds. Enter the room on Monday with just an idea or two and leave on Friday with a film in the can that you shot and starred in.

Make a short film in 5 days at our annual summer holiday Film Camp for 12 to 15-year-olds. Enter the room on Monday with just an idea or two and leave on Friday with a film in the can that you shot and starred in.


Starting on Monday we’ll write a story for a film we can produce in a week. Tuesday will be rehearsing and assigning roles, from actors to camera and sound operators.


Then from Wednesday to Friday it’s lights, camera, action as we go out on set to make our film a reality.


The film will then be edited by the course tutor ready for its ‘premiere’ screening in the autumn.


Designed with different learning styles in mind, Film Camp covers all the key elements of filmmaking and production, including scriptwriting, shooting, direction and editing.


All equipment and training will be provided by our expert tutor Keith Allott.


PLEASE NOTE: Due to the building work at Phoenix, this year the Film Camp will be based at LCB Depot. This is a creative workspace located very close to Phoenix, at 31 Rutland Street, LE1 1RE.


Lunch is not provided, so please bring your own; alternatively there is also a café at LCB Depot.


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Monday 1 Aug 20229:30am Book Now (Closed)

Battle of Amritsar (15)

Interlaced with powerful archival footage, a traditional Sikh soundscape, and soul-piercing poetry, this film is a soulful exploration of a momentous event in Sikh history.


A soulful exploration of a momentous event in Sikh history, this new film connects viewers with the spirit of Sikh sangarsh (struggle) embodied by the Panth’s jujharoos (warriors), looking to the Battle of Amritsar as a guiding light to the future rather than a painful memory of the past.


By connecting viewers with the spirit of Sikh sangarsh (struggle) embodied by the jujharoos (warriors), the film is a soulful exploration of a momentous event in Sikh history. Based on interviews of those present throughout the battle, the film will take a deeper look at what the Battle of Amritsar means for the Sikh panth through the eyes of those who witnessed and participated directly.


While many documentaries and videos have been produced revolving around June 1984, many have been plagued by the influence of state propaganda or have focussed on outlining the technical details and immediate sequence of events leading up to the battle.


Instead, this documentary stands out as one which goes much deeper than merely seeking to justify or contextualize Sikh resistance.


Interlaced with powerful archival footage, a traditional Sikh soundscape, and soul-piercing poetry, this film is an artistic tapestry that seeks to capture the soul of Sikh resistance.


Facing a myriad of similar challenges and provocations today, the film revisits the Battle of Amritsar from a Sikh perspective to learn from those gurmukhs (Guru-oriented beings) about how to face our situation today with similar clarity and fortitude.


In Punjabi with English subtitles

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Friday 5 Aug 20226:30pm Book Now
Sunday 7 Aug 20226:00pm Book Now

Phoenix Film Camp 16-19

Make a short film in 5 days at our annual summer holiday Film Camp for 16 to 19-year-olds. Enter the room on Monday with just an idea or two and leave on Friday with a film in the can that you shot and starred in.

Make a short film in 5 days at our annual summer holiday Film Camp for 16 to 19-year-olds. Enter the room on Monday with just an idea or two and leave on Friday with a film in the can that you shot and starred in.


Starting on Monday we’ll write a story for a film we can produce in a week. Tuesday will be rehearsing and assigning roles, from actors to camera and sound operators.


Then from Wednesday to Friday it’s lights, camera, action as we go out on set to make our film a reality.


The film will then be edited by the course tutor ready for its ‘premiere’ screening in the autumn.


Designed with different learning styles in mind, Film Camp covers all the key elements of filmmaking and production, including scriptwriting, shooting, direction and editing.


All equipment and training will be provided by our expert tutor Keith Allott.


PLEASE NOTE: Due to the building work at Phoenix, this year the Film Camps will be based at LCB Depot. This is a creative workspace located very close to Phoenix, at 31 Rutland Street, LE1 1RE.


Lunch is not provided, so please bring your own; alternatively there is also a café at LCB Depot.



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Monday 8 Aug 20229:30am Book Now (Sold Out)

The Vietnam War on Screen (18)

In the concluding part of our war on screen series we take a visual tour through contemporary and classic films about the Vietnam War, considering how the conflict changed both cinema and American society itself.


In the concluding part of our war on screen series we take a visual tour through contemporary and classic films about the Vietnam War, considering how the conflict changed both cinema and American society itself.


Cinema dealing with the Vietnam experience, on all sides, has continued to ask difficult questions, and wrestle with the moral fallout from a war in which there are not only no clear heroes or villains, but no clear victor. Apocalypse Now, The Deer Hunter, Platoon, Heaven & Earth, Born on the Fourth of July – all works that shone a light on not only the war itself, but the lives of those it impacted.


Kenton Hall will be looking at how cinema and television directly influenced our understanding of the Vietnam War and the politics surrounding it, as well as changing our view of war itself.


Course Breakdown:


11.30am – Introduction


12pm – Vietnam on Film (Documentary footage)


12.30pm – Films contemporary to the conflict


1pm – Effect of cinema on the perception of Vietnam and allegories about the war


1.30pm – Lunch


2.30pm – Revisitation - Modern films about Vietnam


3.30pm – Reinterrogation -  How do films about specific wars reflect on subsequent wars?


4.30pm – Conclusion


5pm – End


This course will be delivered in person at Phoenix.

 


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Saturday 20 Aug 202211:30am Book Now

André Rieu - Happy Days are Here Again (U)

After 2 long years, maestro André Rieu is performing from his hometown of Maastricht once more and we are excited to present André’s brand new summer concert, Happy Days are Here Again!


They say absence makes the heart grow fonder! After two long years, maestro André Rieu is performing from his hometown of Maastricht once more.


Enjoy this captivating summer event from the iconic Vrijthof Square, featuring popular feel-good classics, show tunes and (of course) joyous waltzes. Together with the wonderful Johann Strauss Orchestra and very special guests, André will be bringing an uplifting and romantic party to the big screen.


A magical treat for all ages, it's time to sing, dance, share tears of joy, and laugh together because happy days are here again!

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Saturday 27 Aug 20226:00pm Book Now
Sunday 28 Aug 20223:00pm Book Now