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Baby Club

Our Thursday lunchtime screenings are exclusively for parents (and their friends) with babies under one year old. No baby in the party, no entry!  Films are shown with the lights up a little, the sound down a little, and with subtitles whenever we can.

Our next Baby Club screening is Little Women on Thursday 6th February, 12.30pm. Book your tickets here.

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Pakula’s Paranoia Trilogy

Alan Pakula’s celebrated trilogy aptly reflected the paranoia and anxiety of the times in which they were made. Made in an era of conspiracy theories, political espionage, and corrupt presidents – over 40 years later little seems to have changed!

Klute Rated 15

Sun 26 Jan: 15:00 | Mon 27 Jan: 18:15

The Parallax View Rated 15

Sun 2 Feb: 15:45 | Mon 3 Feb: 18:30

All the President’s Men Rated 15

Sun 9 Feb: 15:30 | Mon 10 Feb: 18:00
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Exhibition on Screen: Freud

Exhibition on Screen presents this fascinating documentary looking at the self-portraiture of one of Britain’s most intense artists, Lucian Freud.

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Beyond Fordlândia Q&A

In conjunction with the Oxford University’s International Conference of Socio-Environmental Politics, we’re screening the award-winning documentary about the environmental impact of Henry Ford’s attempt to set up rubber plantations in the Amazon during the 1920s. The film will be introduced by Professor Laura M. Rival (Associate Professor of Nature, Society and Development, University of Oxford) who will also lead a post-screening Q&A session.

Beyond Fordlândia Rating TBC

Thu 30 Jan: 18:30
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Science Oxford: The Fly

Science Oxford presents a one-off screening of 1958 sci-fi cult classic, The Fly. This screening will be introduced by Dr Roderick Bailey, Medical Historian at the Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities.

The Fly Rated PG

Tue 4 Feb: 20:30
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Think Human Festival 2020

Award-winning documentary about the leading opponents of South African apartheid and those involved in the Rivonia Trial, which led to Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment. This FREE screening is followed by a Q&A panel discussion organised by the Oxford Brookes Think Human Festival.

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Valentine’s Day Classic

A one-off Valentine’s Day screening of Stanley Kubrick’s daring and divisive final film, 20 years after the original release.

Eyes Wide Shut Rated 18

Fri 14 Feb: 20:45
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Human Nature Q&A

One-off screening of new documentary examining a breakthrough in molecular biology with enormous implications for treating genetic diseases. Followed by a Q&A panel discussion with scientific experts.

Human Nature Rated PG

Wed 19 Feb: 18:15
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