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- 111 min
- Directed by: Morgan Matthews
- Cast: Asa Butterfield, Rafe Spall, Sally Hawkins
- UK release: 13 May 2015
A socially awkward teenage maths prodigy finds new confidence and new friendships when he lands a spot on the British squad at the International Mathematics Olympiad.
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
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TODAY X+Y, 111 mins, 12A, Dir by Morgan Matthews In a world difficult to comprehend, Nathan struggles to connect with those around him - most of all his loving mother - but finds comfort in numbers. When Nathan is taken under the wing of unconventional and anarchic teacher, Mr. Humphreys, the pair forge an unusual friendship and Nathan's talents win him a place on the UK team at the International Mathematics Olympiad. (comedy/drama)
Thursday 18 February: Ida, 82 mins, 12A, Dir by Pawel Pawlikowski
Thursday 3 March: Gone Girl, 149 mins, 18, Dir by David Fincher
Thursday 17 March: Wild Tales, 122 mins, 15, Dir by Damiàn Szifròn
Thursday 31 March: Samba,118 mins, 15, Dir by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano Thursday 14 April: Timbuktu, 97 mins, 12A, Dir by Abderrahmane Sissako Thursday 28 April: Dark Horse, 85 mins, PG, Dir by Louise Osmond
Thursday 12 May: The 2016 Mystery Film! It is now traditional for OFS to leave the last screening date of the season free until after the international film awards season. Watch out for announcements nearer the date.
Otley Courthouse Bar opens 45 minutes before the event start time.
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Reviews & features
X+Y24 Feb 2015
Glasgow Film Festival: Moving drama with Asa Butterfield and Rafe Spall
The story of a young maths prodigy with autism, Morgan Matthews’ film could be viewed as a juvenile Rain Man. At least that would be the case if a Hollywood studio had made it. But actually, this British tale of the difficulties of adolescence and…
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