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Chichester Cinema at New Park

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New Park Road, Chichester, England, PO19 7XY
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42nd Street: The Musical

42nd Street: The Musical
  • 2019
  • 2h 35min

The legendary Broadway musical classic, filmed live at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.

Sat 16 Nov

Amanda

  • 2009
Mon 18 Nov
Wed 20 Nov

Bait

Bait
  • 2019
  • UK
  • 1h 29min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Mark Jenkin
  • Cast: Edward Rowe, Isaac Woodvine, Mary Woodvine, Simon Shepherd

Martin (Rowe) is a boat-less Cornish fisherman trying to restore his family fortunes by catching fish any way he can. Jenkin uses silent cinema techniques to turn the tensions in a fishing village into riveting drama, shooting in black and white on a clockwork Bolex. A pertinent, leftfield take on class warfare.

Fri 15 Nov
Thu 21 Nov

Blind Spot

  • 1958
Fri 15 Nov

Bolshoi Ballet: Le Corsaire

Bolshoi Ballet: Le Corsaire
  • 2016
  • 3h 25min
  • Directed by: Alexei Ratmansky

Inspired by Lord Byron’s epic poem and reworked by Alexei Ratmansky from Petipa’s 19th century classic.

Sun 17 Nov

By the Grace of God

By the Grace of God
  • 2018
  • France
  • 2h 14min
  • 15
  • Directed by: François Ozon
  • Cast: Melvil Poupaud, Denis Ménochet, Swann Arlaud

Alexandre (Poupaud) is a 40-year-old bank executive who, like many others, was molested in his youth by local priest Father Bernard (Verley); he decides to confront the Archbishop of Lyon about it. A scrupulously researched procedural that’s already been dubbed ‘the French Spotlight’, it has real urgency and strikes a significant blow.

Thu 21 Nov

Cabin in the Sky

Sun 17 Nov

The King

The King
  • 2019
  • UK / Hungary / Australia
  • 2h 13min
  • Directed by: David Michôd
  • Cast: Timothée Chalamet, Lily-Rose Depp, Robert Pattinson, Joel Edgerton

Prince Hal (Chalamet) leads a playboy lifestyle until he takes the throne as Henry V, and is provoked into waging war with the Dauphin of France (Pattinson). Michôd fails to draw out the anguish in the young prince, but he does achieve an intermittently compelling treatise on the consequences of war, even if the overall film is disappointingly uneven.

Fri 15 Nov
Sat 16 Nov
Sun 17 Nov
Mon 18 Nov
Tue 19 Nov
Wed 20 Nov
Thu 21 Nov

Monos

Monos
  • 2019
  • Colombia / Argentina / Netherlands / Germany / Sweden / Uruguay / US
  • 1h 42min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Alejandro Landes
  • Cast: Sofia Buenaventura, Moises Arias, Julianne Nicholson

In an unnamed Latin American country, a ragtag team of adolescent male and female guerrillas are guarding an American hostage, Doctora (Nicholson). There’s no social or political context: it’s a primal chaotic portrait of the impact of conflict on the soul. A masterful exploration of the inhumanity of battle and the hostilities of adolescence.

Sat 16 Nov
Tue 19 Nov
Thu 21 Nov

Never Look Away

Never Look Away
  • 2018
  • Germany / Italy
  • 3h 9min
  • Directed by: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
  • Cast: Tom Schilling, Sebastian Koch, Paula Beer

Kurt Barnert (Schilling) grows up in Nazi Germany and into the German Democratic Republic, where he becomes an artist. Long but engrossing historical romantic drama, with themes of love, loss, betrayal, politics and art, with stunning sequences that connect the pieces into a thrilling climax.

Mon 18 Nov
Wed 20 Nov

The Peanut Butter Falcon

The Peanut Butter Falcon
  • 2019
  • US
  • 1h 33min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Tyler Nilson/Michael Schwartz
  • Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson, Zack Gottsagen

Zak (Gottsagen) has Down’s Syndrome and dreams of becoming a wrestler; one night he sneaks out, meets crab fisherman Tyler (LaBeouf) and they go on the lam. It may sound contrived, but the Tyler-Zak relationship is incredibly sweet, and a cast of indie movie royalty make for a cockle-warming delight.

Fri 15 Nov
Sat 16 Nov
Sun 17 Nov
Mon 18 Nov
Tue 19 Nov
Wed 20 Nov

Two Women

Tue 19 Nov

Young Ahmed

Young Ahmed
  • 2019
  • Belgium / France
  • 1h 30min
  • Directed by: Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne
  • Cast: Idir Ben Addi, Myriem Akheddiou, Claire Bodson, Victoria Bluck

Ahmed (Ben Addi) is a radicalised Muslim teenager fixated on killing his teacher (Akheddiou). The Dardenne brothers’ usual poise eludes them here, with a flimsy yarn aiming for a classic redemptive arc but brought down by unconvincing dialogue, perplexing subplots and a reliance on clichés.

Sun 17 Nov

An arthouse cinema, home of the Chichester Film Festival. The Young Screen Scene pass for under 25s is a club that allows young people to see films for a very reduced rate, while 'Baby Makes 2' is the name of their regular film screening for families with new arrivals. There's also a programme of film-related talks and courses.

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