SEPTEMBER
LABOU & the Quest For The Lost Treasure (U)
Sat,8th - 11.00am

Kids' Club

+ 10.30am - Arts & crafts activity with In2play

 

The Goonies (PG)
Sat, 8th - 2.00pm

CINE KIDS LAUNCH! ALL TICKETS JUST £1!

With developers preparing to foreclose on their Goon Docks neighbourhood, Mikey Walsh, his older brother Brandon and the other misfit members of the Goonies gang follow an old treasure map to the lost booty of pirate One-Eyed Willy, pursued along the way by the grotesque Fratelli mob.

Pirate fun in this 80's classic.

Dir. R. Donner. US 1986.
1hr 48mins.

The Economics Of Happiness (U) + Q&A
Thurs, 15th - 7.45pm

Be The Change!

Globalisation vs localisation: big-business vs the power of local communities. The Economics of Happiness describes a world moving simultaneously in two opposing directions. On the one hand, an unholy alliance of governments and big business continues to promote globalization and the consolidation of corporate power. At the same time, people all over the world are resisting those policies, demanding a re-regulation of trade and finance and, far from the old institutions of power, they’re starting to forge a very different future. Communities are coming together to re-build more human scale, ecological economies based on a new paradigm – an economics of localization.

Dir. Mark A. Z. Dippé. US 2010.
1hr 10mins.

Planet 51 (U)
Sat, 24th - 11.00am

Kids' Club

+ 10.30am - Arts & crafts with St. Art. Creative Learning Adventures!

Aliens In The Attic (PG)
Sat, 24th - 2.00pm

Cine Kids

+ 1.30pm - Arts & crafts with St. Art. Creative Learning Adventures!

Attack the Block (15)
Sat, 24th - 7.45pm

New British Cinema

---- NEW SATURDAY EVENING FILMS LAUNCH - ALL TICKETS £2.50 ----

Attack the Block’ is a fast, funny, frightening action adventure movie that pits a teen gang against an invasion of savage alien monsters. It turns a London housing estate into a sci-fi playground. A tower block into a fortress under siege. And teenage street kids into heroes. It’s inner city versus outer space.

Dir. Joe Cornish. UK 2011.
1hr 28mins.

BBFC consumer advice: Contains strong language, violence, gore and soft drug use.

Young Hearts Run Free (12A) + Skype Q&A
Weds, 29th - 7.45pm

New British Cinema!

1974: Against the backdrop of a violent miners' strike in their quiet Northumbrian village, likeable teenage artist Mark falls in love with Sue, the beautiful new girl from London, but their tempestuous relationship and attempts to escape cause him to betray his family, community and best friend Claire; he becomes dangerously embroiled in the rioting and backstabbing of the strike. Mark is forced to learn about himself and with attempts to reconcile them failing, he must choose between his old friends and his new love.

Dir. Andy Mark Simpson. UK 2010.
1hr 33mins.

BBFC consumer advice: Contains one use of strong written language, moderate violence and sex.

     
OCTOBER
Kirikou & The Sorceress (U)
Sat, 8th - 11.00am

Kids' Club - Black History month

10.30am - Magic show with Bob Butler + drawing fun!

 

Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows - pt. 2 (12A)
Sat, 8th - 2.00pm

Cine Kids

In part 2 of this epic finale, the battle between the good and evil forces of the wizarding world escalates into an all-out war. The stakes have never been higher and no one is safe. But it is Harry Potter who may be called upon to make the ultimate sacrifice as he draws closer to the climactic showdown with Lord Voldemort. It all ends here!

As thrilling as you hoped it might be and then some, The Deathly Hallows Part 2 ends this wizard series with the bang that fans deserve!

Dir. David Yates. UK, US 2011.
2hrs 10mins.

BBFC consumer advice: Contains moderate threat, injury detail and language.

The First Grader (12)
Thurs, 13th - 7.45pm

Thursday Night Film @ Hastings Arts Forum

Celebrating Black History Month

In a small, remote, mountaintop primary school in the Kenyan bush, hundreds of children are jostling for a chance for the free education newly promised by the Kenyan government. One applicant causes astonishment when he knocks on the door of the school. He is Maruge (Oliver Litondo), an old Mau Mau veteran in his 80s, who is desperate to learn to read at this late stage of his life. He fought for the liberation of his country and now feels he must have the chance at the education so long denied—even if it means sitting in a classroom alongside six-year-old children..

Dir. Justin Chadwick. UK 2011.
1hr 10mins.

BBFC consumer advice: Contains infrequent moderate violence and language.

Kung Fu Panda 2 (U)
Sat, 22nd- 11.00am

10.30am - Arts & crafts activity with In2play!

Po is now living his dream as The Dragon Warrior, protecting the Valley of Peace alongside his friends and fellow kung fu masters, The Furious Five. But Po's new life of awesomeness is threatened by the emergence of a formidable villain, who plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer China and destroy kung fu. Po must look to his past and uncover the secrets of his mysterious origins; only then will he be able to unlock the strength he needs to succeed.

Dir. Mark A. Z. Dippé. US 2010.
1hr 10mins.

Akeelah & The Spelling Bee (PG)
Sat, 22nd- 2.00pm

Cine Kids - Black History month

Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (12A)
Thurs, 27th - 7.45pm

Black History Month

Lost in an archive in Sweden for 30 years, The Black Power Mixtape is a compilation feature documentary film that displays the story of the African-American community between the years 1967-1975. Told with sparkling and beautiful footage as well as music by The Roots and Michael Jackson and singing by Erykah Badu this is an amazing chart of the civil rights movement.

Dir. G. H. Olsson. Sweden 2011.
1hr 40mins.

     
NOVEMBER
The Incredibles (U)
Sat, 5th - 11.00am

Kids' Club

+ 10.30am - Arts & crafts activity with St. Art Creative Learning Adventure!

Sky High (PG)
Sat, 5th - 2.00pm

Cine Kids

+ 1.30pm - Superhero activities with St. Art. Creative Learning Adventure!

Way Of The Morris (12A)
Thurs, 10th - 7.45pm

New British Cinema

+ Local archive film shorts.
A heart-felt ode to his agrarian roots, WAY OF THE MORRIS follows award-winning filmmaker, Tim Plester, on a journey from the English village green to the killing fields of the Somme, as he searches for a connection with the much-maligned native dance traditions that run deep in his blood. Featuring contributions from singer-songwriter Billy Bragg and Fairport Convention’s Chris Leslie.

Dirs. B. Telezynski, R. Curry, T. Plester. UK 2011.
1hr 10mins.

Hop (U)
Sat, 19th - 11.00am

Kids' Club

+ 10.30am - Arts & crafts activity with In2play!

(Please note: There will be no Cine Kids film today.)

Tomboy (U)
Thurs, 24th - 7.45pm

LGBT - Thursday Night Film @ Hastings Arts Forum

Writer-director Celine Sciamma's multiple award-winning film, TOMBOY, is a contemporary coming of age story. A French family with two daughters, 10-year-old Laure (Zoe Heran) and 6-year-old Jeanne, moves to a new neighborhood during the summer holidays. With her cropped haircut and tomboy ways, Laure is immediately mistaken for a boy by the local kids and decides to pass herself off as Michael, a boy like the others but different enough to catch the attention of leader of the pack Lisa who becomes smitten with 'him'. At home with her parents and girlie younger sister she is Laure, while hanging out with her new pals and girlfriend, she is Michael. Finding resourceful ways to hide her true self Laure takes advantage of her new identity as if the end of the summer would never reveal her unsettling secret.

Dir. C. Sciamma. France 2011.
1hr 22mins.
In French with English subtitles.

BBFC consumer advice: contains mild violence and occasional natural nudity.

     
DECEMBER
Ernest Saves Christmas (U)
Sat, 3rd - 11.00am

Kids' Club

+ 10.30am - Christmas activities with St. Art. Creative Learning Adventure!

Home Alone (PG)
Sat, 3rd - 2.00pm

Cine Kids

+ 1.30pm - Christmas activities with St. Art. Creative Learning Adventure!

Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (15)
Thurs, 8th - 7.45pm

Thursday Night Film @ Hastings Arts Forum

In the depths of the Korvatunturi mountains, 486 metres deep, lies the closest ever guarded secret of Christmas. The time has come to dig it up! This Christmas everyone will believe in Santa Claus.

RARE EXPORTS: A CHRISTMAS TALE is a re-imagining of the most classic of all childhood fantasies, and is a darkly comic gem soon to be required perennial holiday viewing.

Dir. J. Helander. Fin, Nor 2010.
1hr 22mins.
Langs: Eng / Fin (subtitled)
BBFC consumer advice: Contains frequent moderate threat.

Christmas shorts (U)
Sat, 17th - 11.00am

Kids' Club

10.30am - Christmas activities!

Come join in the fun at our final Kids' Club film of the year.

Elf (PG)
Sat, 17th - 2.00pm

Cine Kids

10.30am - Christmas activities!

Festive fun at our final Cine Kids' film of the year.

It's A Wonderful Life (U)
Sat, 22nd - 7.45pm

Thursday Night Film @ Hastings Arts Forum

Please join us as we celebrate our final film of the year with a screening of Frank Capra’s amazing festive feelgood hit. James Stewart is George Bailey, the everyman who turns to thoughts of suicide when his life looks to be coming apart. But when Clarence, an angel with one chance to prove his mettle, arrives on Earth he teaches George just how much life is worth living. A tearjerking, hilarious masterpiece.

Of course, there will also be complimentary Christmas refreshments to warm you up!

Dir. F. Capra. US 1946.
2hrs 10mins.

BBFC cunsumer advice: contains mild violence.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

All Kids' Club films and Saturday evening films are shown at Christ Church Centre (CCC), unless stated otherwise.

Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Adults only admitted to Children’s Film Club screenings when accompanying children.

 

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