Spring 2011 Programme


Sunday 9th 5:00 PM
The Kids Are All Right

'Wise, witty, wonderfully life-affirming...sparkling performances.' Daily Mirror

Sunday 16th 5:00 PM

Sea, sky and sun steer this tale of a father and his little son in a Mexican fishing village

Sunday 23rd 5:00 PM
Leap Year

'Proves that people still make good grown-up films.' Financial Times. Strong adult content!

Sunday 30th 5:00 PM
The Arbor

Brilliant biopic of Bradford playwright Angela Dunbar


Sunday 6th 5:00 PM
Peepli Live

'Heartfelt, genuinely funny skewering of India's convoluted caste-consciousness.' Time Out

Thursday 10th 6:00 PM
Image from 12th Keswick Film Festival
12th Keswick Film Festival

Thurs 10th - Sun 13th Feb

Sunday 20th 5:00 PM
Certified Copy

Juliette Binoche: Best Actress at Cannes for this French stranger/English writer encounter

Sunday 27th 5:00 PM
Enemies Of The People

'Stunning, amazing, one of the most gripping films I have seen.' Andrew Marr, Radio 4


Sunday 6th 5:00 PM
On Tour

Mathieu Amalric stars and directs in a story of a hard-working, hard-playing burlesque troupe

Sunday 13th 5:00 PM
Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

'One of those rare films that contribute to the sum of human happiness.' The Guardian

Sunday 20th 5:00 PM
The Wildest Dream

at Rheged plus optional meal after the film. See this stunning story of Everest's icy dominance on the giant screen at Rheged

Sunday 27th 5:00 PM
Loose Cannons

Italian dynastic, coming-of-age tale: 'Slickly funny and polished romantic-comedy.' Empire


Sunday 3rd 5:00 PM
Of Gods And Men

Cistercian monks stand up for their beliefs when confronted by fundamentalists.

Sunday 10th 5:00 PM
The Harimaya Bridge

Rescheduled screening from the 12th Keswick Film Festival