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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 The Green Knight on Thursday 14th October, 12.30pm. Book your tickets here.

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Au Revoir Jean-Paul Belmondo

We pay tribute to star of the French New Wave Jean-Paul Belmondo, who passed away this year aged 88, which some of our favourite films featuring the undisputed ‘King of Cool’.

Léon Morin, Priest Rated 12A

Sun 17 Oct: 15:00 | Mon 18 Oct: 18:15 | Tue 19 Oct: 20:30

Pierrot le Fou Rated 15

Sun 24 Oct: 15:45 | Mon 25 Oct: 17:45 | Tue 26 Oct: 20:30
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Oxford Science and Ideas Festival 2021

Two special events including post-screening panel discussions as part of this year’s Oxford Science and Ideas Festival.

Digging Crates Rating TBC

Wed 20 Oct: 19:00
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Horror Classics - Halloween 2021

What better time to scare yourself silly with some horror movie classics than during Halloween? Cinema Under Stairs are back with their city-wide Shocktober Festival, and - of course - we’ll have our annual Rocky Horror Picture Show knees up!

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ROAR Festival 2021

This year, we’re thrilled to team up with ROAR Festival – founded in 2016 to celebrate the creative talent of disabled young people and to make noise about the need for better inclusion and access in the arts in Oxfordshire.

Oska Bright Short Films Rated 12A

Sat 30 Oct: 13:00
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Lawrence After Arabia Q&A

Compelling drama about the final years of famous British archaeologist, army officer, and diplomat T.E Lawrence. A special pre-release screening followed by a Q&A with the director.

Lawrence: After Arabia Rated 12A

Wed 27 Oct: 20:30
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Japan 2020: Samurai Sunday

One of the most influential genres to emerge out of Japanese cinema is the samurai film, and no other filmmaker mastered this more so than Akira Kurosawa. We are showing three of Kurosawa’s very best examples all in one day (with one-hour breaks between each screening). Buy tickets to all three in a single transaction and get a 15% discount on the total cost.

Throne of Blood Rated 12A

Sun 7 Nov: 13:30

Seven Samurai Rated PG

Sun 7 Nov: 16:30

Yojimbo Rated 12A

Sun 7 Nov: 21:00
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Japan 2020: Noriko Trilogy

Yasujirō Ozu is one of Japan’s most celebrated directors, and his loosely connected “Noriko Trilogy” includes some of his greatest works, including his filmmaking triumph Tokyo Story. Buy tickets to all three films in a single transaction and get a 15% discount on the total cost.

Late Spring Rated U

Sat 13 Nov: 15:00

Early Summer Rated U

Sat 13 Nov: 18:05

Tokyo Story Rated U

Sun 14 Nov: 15:00
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Japan 2020: Animated Future

Japanese filmmakers and animators have been responsible for some of the most ground-breaking and visually stunning animated features in cinema history. From cyberpunk dystopias to eco-driven family adventures, we’re showing three of our favourite sci-fi animes. Buy tickets to all three films and get a 15% discount on the total cost.

Akira Rated 15

Fri 19 Nov: 21:00

Paprika Rated 15

Sat 20 Nov: 21:00
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Japan 2020: Kore-eda Modern Master

Hirokazu Kore-eda is one of the most revered filmmakers working today. We celebrate the work of one of our favourite modern masters with three films, released over 30 years - at ten-year intervals - culminating with his Oscar-nominated drama Shoplifters. Buy tickets to all three films and get a 15% discount on the total cost.

After Life Rated PG

Fri 26 Nov: 20:45

Still Walking Rated U

Sat 27 Nov: 18:30

Shoplifters Rated 15

Sun 28 Nov: 18:00
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