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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 All the Money in the World on Thursday 1 February. Book tickets here.

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Vintage Wine Collection

A season of classic films that feature the guzzling of fine wine, whether it’s gallons of Sauvignon Blanc in California, a nice chianti served with fava beans (and liver), magically poisoned goblets, or a booze-up to end all booze-ups!

The Princess Bride Rated PG

Sun 21 Jan: 16:00 | Mon 22 Jan: 18:45

Withnail and I Rated 15

Sun 28 Jan: 15:00 | Mon 29 Jan: 18:30
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Science Oxford presents: Unrest

Science Oxford presents a one-off screening of documentary Unrest, followed by a talk by Dr Karl Morten, ME/chronic fatigue syndrome expert.

Unrest Rated 12A

Tue 30 Jan: 18:15
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Curated by Brookes Film Studies

A season of classic films chosen by students on the Oxford Brookes University Film Studies course.

A Matter of Life and Death Rated U

Sun 4 Feb: 15:30 | Mon 5 Feb: 18:30

A Room with a View Rated PG

Sun 11 Feb: 15:15 | Mon 12 Feb: 18:30
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Exhibition on Screen: Cézanne

A behind-the-scenes look at one of the most talked about exhibitions of the year — dedicated to the portrait work of Paul Cézanne, opening in Paris before traveling to London and Washington.

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Director Q&A: Brakes

A one-off screening of this dark and unconventional British anti rom-com followed by a Q&A with the director, Mercedes Grower.

Brakes Rated 15

Wed 7 Feb: 18:30
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Pride w/ Special Guest Introduction

A special screening of Pride introduced by Nicola Field, an author and activist who was also an original member of Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners, whose story is told in the film.

Pride Rated 15

Tue 13 Feb: 18:00
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Oxford International Women’s Festival

A selection of silent films from the BFI National Archive showing how suffragettes were portrayed on the cinema screen. Followed by post-screening discussion with expert historians, authors, and Oxford International Women’s Day organisers.

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