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Lady Gaga and scratch and sniff cinema and German classics among highlights of latest line-up at Errol Flynn Filmhouse

Tickets are now on sale for September

Tickets are now on sale for September

Tickets have gone on sale for September’s programme of movies at the Errol Flynn Filmhouse in Northampton.

Among the highlights is the much-anticipated sequel to stylish graphic novel-like Sin City starring Lady Gaga.

The cream of new world cinema is also coming to Northampton includes the Dardenne Brothers’ latest movie, Two Days, One Night, while classics range from 1930s German thriller M to John Waters’ 1981 black comedy Polyester.

September also sees more live broadcasts and special events, the return of the Cult Film Club with Eyes Without A Face, and the Awards Ceremonies for the Film Northants Festival 2014.

Other picks include Robin Wright playing a version of herself in a futuristic Hollywood in The Congress, an innovative blend of live action and animation, where the actress is ‘sampled’ by film studio Miramount for unlimited future use.

Surrealist French romance Mood Indigo also strays into the realms of fantasy, with Amelie star Audrey Tatou as a woman plagued by a water lily growing in her lungs.

And continuing the cinema’s strand of top documentary features, Finding Vivian Maier, EFF says, is a “fascinating look at the previously unknown nanny who has earned a posthumous reputation as one of America’s most accomplished and insightful street photographers”.

There is a bumper crop of classic films on offer this Autumn, with a particular highlight being John Waters’ black comedy Polyester from 1981, starring drag queen Divine as a tormented suburban housewife.

This screening, in association with Scalarama comes complete with authentic Odorama Scratch ‘n’ Sniff cards to use at key points in the film.

The next classic war film will be Stanley Kubrick’s 1957 Paths Of Glory, starring Kirk Douglas as a colonel, defending his men from the firing squad after they refuse to continue against an impossible attack.

And from 1978, The Deer Hunter explores the affects of the Vietnam War on a trio of Russian American steelworkers, played by Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken and John Savage.

Tickets for standard film screenings are £7.50 (concessions £6.50) with peak screenings (Friday and Saturday evenings from 6pm) costing £8.50 full price (concessions £7.50).

Children’s tickets are £5. At Silver Screen matinees, tickets for older customers are priced at £5. There are also special, exclusive Parent and Baby screenings, where tickets are £6.50 (baby under one goes free).

Tickets for premium screenings of live productions are £14 full price, £12 for concessions and £10 for children, and for non-live premium screenings, £12, £10 and £8.

All tickets can be booked in advance by calling Box Office on Northampton 624811 or online at www.errolflynnfilmhouse.com,

The new Errol Flynn membership scheme offers great benefits, including three free tickets per member, ticket discounts

and great savings on food and drink purchased at Errol Flynn Filmhouse.

A single membership costs £25, with a joint membership available at £40.

FILM SCHEDULE

Fri 29 August

Planes 2 (3D) 2.30pm

Hector And The Search For... 6.15pm

Welcome To New York 8.45pm

Sat 30 August

Planes 2 (2D) 3.15pm

Welcome To New York 6pm

Hector And The Search For... 8.30pm

Sun 31 August

Planes 2 (3D) 2pm

Paths Of Glory 5pm

Mon 1 September

Planes 2 (2D) 2.30pm

Film Northants – Under 16s 7pm

Tue 2 September

Planes 2 (3D) 2.30pm

Film Northants – Over 16s 7.30pm

Wed 3 September

Hector And The Search... (PB) 11am

Hector And The Search... (SS) 2.30pm

RSC Live: The Two

Gentlemen Of Verona (LB) 7pm

Thu 4 September

Hector And The Search For... 3pm

NT Live: Medea (LB) 7pm

Fri 5 September

Boyhood 6.15pm

The Congress 9.30pm

Sat 6 September

Keeping Rosy 3.15pm

Norte, End Of History 6pm

Sun 7 September

The Congress 5.30pm

Mon 8 September

Q-Film: Lilting 6.15pm

The Policeman’s Wife 8.15pm

Tue 9 September

Finding Vivian Maier 6.15pm

Lilting 8.15pm

Wed 10 September

Keeping Rosy (SS) 2.30pm

Polyester 6.15pm

Mood Indigo 8.15pm

Thu 11 September

Mood Indigo 6.15pm

Finding Vivian Maier 9pm

Fri 12 September

Rollerball + Pre-Film Talk 6pm

The Grand Seduction 8.45pm

Sat 13 September

The Grand Seduction 3.15pm

The Grand Seduction 6pm

Two Days, One Night 8.30pm

Sun 14 September

The Deer Hunter 2pm

The Grand Seduction 5.30pm

Mon 15 September

Two Days, One Night 6.15pm

Night Moves 8.15pm

Tue 16 September

NT Live: A Streetcar Named

Desire (LB) 7pm

Wed 17 September

The Grand Seduction (PB) 11am

The Grand Seduction (SS) 2.30pm

20,000 Days On Earth 7pm

Thu 18 September

Night Moves 6.15pm

Fri 19 September

The Hundred-Foot Journey 6.15pm

Sin City: A Dame... (3D) 8.45pm

Sat 20 September

The Boy Who Turned Yellow 3.15pm

The Hundred-Foot Journey 6pm

Sin City: A Dame... (3D) 8.30pm

Sun 21 September

M 2pm

The Hundred-Foot Journey 5pm

Mon 22 September

The Hundred-Foot Journey 6.15pm

Dinosaur 13 8.45pm

Tue 23 September

The Keeper Of Lost Causes 6.15pm

The Hundred-Foot Journey (FF) 8.30pm

Wed 24 September

The Hundred-Foot Journey (SS) 2.30pm

Eyes Without A Face 6.15pm

The Hundred-Foot Journey 8.15pm

Thu 25 September

The Hundred-Foot Journey 6.15pm

The Keeper Of Lost Causes 8.45pm

Fri 26 September

Before I Go To Sleep 6.15pm

Lucy 8.30pm

Sat 27 September

NT Live (Encore): A Sreetcar

Named Desire (NLB) 1.30pm

Lucy 6.15pm

Before I Go To Sleep 8.30pm

Sun 28 September

Billy Elliot The Musical (LB) 2pm

Billy Elliot The Musical (LB) 7pm

Mon 29 September

In Order Of Disappearance 6.15pm

Before I Go To Sleep (FF) 8.45pm

Tue 30 September

Before I Go To Sleep 5.45pm

Soul Boys Of The Western

World + Live Q&A 8pm

Wed 1 October

Before I Go To Sleep (PB) 11am

Before I Go To Sleep (SS) 2.30pm

Stephen Fry Live (LB) 7.15pm

Before I Go To Sleep 9.30pm

Thu 2 October

Before I Go To Sleep 5.45pm

In Order Of Disappearance 8.30pm

Fri 3 October

Magic In The Moonlight 6.15pm

Pride 8.45pm

SS – Silver Screen

FF – Food Free screening

LB – Live Broadcast

NLP – Non-Live Premium screening

PB – Parent and Baby exclusive screening

 

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