Moonage Daydream15

Directed by Brett Morgan | Germany/USA | 2022 | 2h 15m

A cinematic odyssey exploring David Bowie’s creative, spiritual, and musical journey featuring never-before-seen footage and performances spanning his 54-year career. Oscar-nominated filmmaker Brett Morgen weaves, blends, and manipulates archival footage of Bowie to present a kaleidoscopic portrait of one of the 20th-century’s most iconic artists.

Reviews

‘Whatever your favourite side to the limitlessly faceted David Bowie, this magnificently mind-bending film serves it up in a 140-minute career-spanning opus that races by in a snap of the fingers. It’s almost as extraordinary as the man himself.’
★★★★★
Phil de Semlyen, Time Out

‘Moonage Daydream, a wildly creative tribute to everything Bowie achieved over four and a half decades, sets a sky-high bar as cinematic fan-service, and it leaves you buzzing.’
★★★★★
Tim Robey, The Telegraph

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Tomorrow (Tuesday 31st January)

17:30

TÁR 15
Deaf/HOH Subtitles
2h 38m
Oscar-winner Cate Blanchett delivers an electrifying performance as a classical music conductor whose life begins to unravel in Todd Field's searing examination of power, fame, and ego.

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