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Baby Club

Our Thursday lunchtime screenings are exclusively for parents (and their friends) with babies under 1 year old. No baby in the party, no entry. Due to customer feedback we now show the films with subtitles whenever we can.

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Modern Art Oxford presents…

We have partnered with Modern Art Oxford to bring you a season of films handpicked by artist Lubaina Himid, whose work is the focus of the gallery’s latest exhibition Invisible Strategies.

The Shawshank Redemption Rated 15

Sun 29 Jan: 16:00 | Mon 30 Jan: 18:00

The Scarlet Pimpernel Rated U

Sun 5 Feb: 15:00 | Mon 6 Feb: 18:30
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Steamboat Bill, Jr. + The Rebukes (Live)

Join us for a screening of Buster Keaton classic Steamboat Bill, Jr. introduced by a live performance from Oxford ukulele group The Rebukes.

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Science Oxford: Life, Animated Q&A

Science Oxford present a special screening of Life, Animated. This film tells the remarkable story of an autistic boy who uses Disney as a framework for making sense of the world. The film will be followed by a Q&A session with Steven Chance from the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences and chaired by Science Oxford.

Life, Animated Rated PG

Wed 1 Feb: 18:15
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15th Anniversary Re-issue: Donnie Darko

Part psychological suburban horror and part mind-bending science fiction, Donnie Darko is arguably the first cult classic of the 21st century. A film which has remarkably improved with age, this digital restoration marks the 15th anniversary of its original release.

Donnie Darko Rated 15

Fri 3 Feb: 21:00
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Unsilent Movies/Chaplin Shorts

Drummer and keyboard duo Unsilent Movies will provide live musical accompaniment to three Charlie Chaplin comedy shorts - Easy Street, One A.M. and The Rink.

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Exhibition on Screen: Claude Monet

Based entirely on Claude Monet’s personal letters, this documentary tells the story of one of Europe’s greatest ever artists in his own words. See the locations where Monet painted some of his most famous artworks and wrote these deeply intimate letters

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