Thursday 1 Oct
Woman in Gold (12A) 109 mins TRAILER REVIEW
Woman In Gold is the remarkable true story of a woman who overcame great odds with the help of an improbably young lawyer, and righted a wrong that had stood for decades. Sixty years after fleeing Vienna during World War II, Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren), an elderly Jewish woman, begins a journey to reclaim family possessions seized by the Nazis. Among them is Gustav Klimtís famous painting, Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I, a portrait of her beloved Aunt Adele, which has become a national treasure: an Austrian Mona Lisa.
Thursday 15 Oct
A Royal Night Out (12A) 97 mins TRAILER REVIEW
On V.E. Day, the end of the Second World War, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret are given a rare opportunity to leave Buckingham Palace for 'A Royal Night Out'.
After being cooped up inside for the last six years, they decide to disguise themselves and celebrate the victory as ordinary people. For Elizabeth, it may be the only chance for a normal night in London - and she'll definitely be staying out late.
Thursday 5 Nov
Mr Holmes (PG) 104 mins TRAILER REVIEW
Tour de force performance from Ian McKellen as the ageing sleuth. With his memory beginning to fade, he moves into a country house at the end of World War 2. He is befriended by the young son of his housekeeper and embarks on one last, almost forgotten unsolved mystery from half a century ago, which helps him resolve a riddle that has always eluded him - relationships.
Thursday 3 Dec
45 Years (12A) 96 mins TRAILER REVIEW
There is just one week until Kate Mercer's 45th wedding anniversary and the planning for the party is going well. But then a letter arrives for her husband. The body of his first love has been discovered, frozen and preserved in the icy glaciers of the Swiss Alps. By the time the party is upon them, five days later, there may not be a marriage left to celebrate.
The attractively washed-out Norfolk setting somehow reflects the sense of empty betrayal Kate must weigh against her husbandís admirable qualities, and the sensitive yet forceful performances of the two leads are hugely rewarding.
The film premiered in Competition at the 2015 Berlin Film Festival where it was nominated for the Golden Bear. It won Silver Bears for both Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay for Best Actress and Best Actor. The film also won the Michael Powell Award for Best British Film at the Edinburgh Film Festival.