- 1h 25min
- Directed by: David Bickerstaff
Exhibition on Screen looks at the Van Gogh & Japan exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. It examines the influence the country, which Van Gogh had never visited, had on his work.
Mon 10 Jun
Mon 17 Jun
- 1h 15min
- Directed by: Thomas Piper
Landscape designer Piet Oudolf discusses his creative methods and process.
Wed 19 Jun
- Directed by: Enrique Mazzola (cond)
- Written by: Rossini
Rossini’s popular comedy about Figaro, the renowned Barber of Seville, who uses every trick he can muster to outwit Dr Bartolo and ensure his master wins his chosen bride. Directed by Annabel Arden, conducted by Enrique Mazzola and featuring the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Glyndebourne Chorus. Sung in Italian with English subtitles.
Sun 14 Jul
Glyndebourne LIVE Cinderella (Cendrillon)With its combination of enchanting love story and broad, burlesque comedy, Cendrillon is one of the great operatic fairytales - a Cinderella that looks back to Charles Perraults original story in all its richness and ambiguity. Massenets sensuous, Belle Epoque fairytale is gilded with lavish orchestral textures and glittering vocal writing, drawing on everything from baroque dances to Wagner-inspired chromaticism to bring its story to colourful life, conjuring a world of infinite musical and emotional variety. Fiona Shaws production makes its Festival debut here conducted by John Wilson, with a cast led by Glyndebourne favourites Danielle de Niese as Cendrillon and Kate Lindsey as her Prince. Sunday 30th June 5.30 pm �12.50
Sun 30 Jun
- New Zealand
- 1h 41min
- Directed by: Taika Waititi
- Cast: Sam Neill, Julian Dennison, Rhys Darby, Rima te Wiata
Urban malcontent Ricky (Dennison) reluctantly goes to the NZ countryside with foster aunt Bella (te Wiata) and her gruff husband Hec (Neill). When a tragic event prompts Ricky to run off, Hec goes after him, but the authorities assume that Hec's kidnapped Ricky. Simple, affecting comedy that builds into full-on action, with great chemistry between Neill and Dennison.
Mon 17 Jun
- 1h 35min
- Directed by: Alexandria Bombach
Documentary about Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad, who as a student was kidnapped by Islamic State fighters in 2014 and held as a sex slave. It follows her tour of the West as she talks about her experiences, and captures the reactions of people around her, as well as Murad’s own courage and pain.
Tue 18 Jun
- 1h 57min
- Directed by: Franc Roddam
- Written by: Dave Humphries, Martin Stellman
- Cast: Phil Daniels, Leslie Ash, Philip Davis
Mods and rockers live it up on Brighton beach by swapping buckets and spades for chains and sticks. Lively first half has enough energy, music, violence and period flavour to carry it along, but all too soon it degenerates into some sort of treatise on the morality of youth, set to tunes by The Who.
Mon 8 Jul
Live screening of Shakespeare's comedy, which has been reimagined into a matriarchy by director Justin Audibert.
Wed 5 Jun
RSC's Artistic Director Gregory Doran's new production of Shakespeare's play set in Vienna. Live to the big screen.
Wed 31 Jul
Film exploring the 30 year lifespan of The Wedding Present's debut LP George Best.
Fri 9 Aug
- Directed by: Tim Travers Hawkins
When Barack Obama commuted Chelsea Manning's prison sentence for the leak of 750.000 documents to Wikileaks, it was a controversial decision. This documentary follows Manning after she leaves prison and starts her new life.
Tue 4 Jun
A Picturehouse two-screen cinema showing a diverse range of arthouse, independent and mainstream films.
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