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Julieta (15)


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Sunday, 30th April 2017, 19:45Book Now (Subtitled) (Tickets Available on the Door)
Oundle Cinema presents


Sunday, 30th April, 7:45pm

Stahl Theatre, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Emma Suárez, Adriana Ugarte, Daniel Grao
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Released: 2016
Runtime: 1hr 37min

In Spanish with English subtitles

Recently widowed Julieta plans to escape Madrid for a new life in Portugal, but a chance meeting with a childhood friend of her estranged daughter, Antía, turns her plans on their head. Antía has disappeared and so Julieta vows to put aside her grief and do all she can to find her daughter. The more she searches, the more Julieta realises she doesn't really know her daughter at all.

‘Told in flashback over 30 years of guilt and grief, this tender melodrama is Pedro Almodóvar’s best film in a decade.’ Mark Kermode, The Guardian

dOCs+ The Eagle Huntress (U)

dOCs+ The Eagle Huntress

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Wednesday, 17th May 2017, 19:45Book Now
dOCs+ at Fletton House


Wednesday, 17th May, 7:45pm

Fletton House, Fletton Way, PE8 4JA

Director: Otto Bell
Release: 2016
Runtime: 1hr 27min

‘Stunning’, ‘Inspiring’, ‘Enchanting’, ‘Thrilling’... just some of the epithets used to characterise The Eagle Huntress. And yes, it is a documentary! Set in the bare and forbidding Mongolian mountains, the film follows a 13-year-old girl’s quest to become the first female eagle hunter in twelve generations of her Kazakh family. Aisholpan fights against tradition, but also to prove herself. It is a story that gives insight into a nomadic society that still has very little in material things and yet has a great sense of self. It is also a story of a golden eagle and its place in between nature and humanity.

‘ of the most magical stretches of nonfiction filmmaking in recent years.’ Entertainment Weekly

The Light between Oceans (12A)

The Light between Oceans

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Thursday, 1st June 2017, 19:45Book Now
Oundle Cinema presents


Thursday, 1st June, 7:45pm

Stahl Theatre, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, Rachel Weisz
Director: Derek Cianfrance
Release: 2016
Runtime: 2hr 13min

Tom is a World War I veteran who maintains a lighthouse off the shore of Australia with his wife Isabel, a woman desperate to have a baby. Her prayers are answered when an infant is washed ashore in a rowing boat. They decide to keep the child and bring it up as their own. The unfolding story behind the child’s arrival forces Tom and Isabel to make a decision that will forever affect the lives of four people.

‘Unashamedly and even ruthlessly sentimental, this film tugs away at your heartstrings like it’s ringing in the new year.’ Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

Queen of Katwe (PG)

Queen of Katwe

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Wednesday, 7th June 2017, 19:45Book Now
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Wednesday, 7th June, 7:45pm

Stahl Theatre, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Lupita Nyong'o, David Oyelowo, Madina Nalwanga
Director: Mira Nair
Release: 2016
Runtime: 2hr 4min

Queen of Katwe is the colourful, true story of a 10-year-old girl selling corn on the streets of rural Uganda whose world changes rapidly when she is introduced to the game of chess. Life for Phiona Mutesi’s family is a constant struggle. When she meets Robert Katende, a soccer player turned missionary who teaches local children chess, she is captivated and immediately shows potential. Recognising her natural aptitude and the fighting spirit she has inherited from her mother, Katende begins to mentor Phiona, but her mother is reluctant to provide any encouragement, not wanting to see her daughter disappointed.

‘If you want to see film stardom look as easy as laughter, watch Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo in Queen of Katwe. The twosome give Mira Nair’s rainbow-toned pick-me-up about a young Ugandan chess prodigy exactly the magnetic charge it needs to stick.’ Robbie Collin, The Telegraph

A Street Cat Named Bob (12A)

A Street Cat Named Bob

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Sunday, 18th June 2017, 19:45Book Now
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Sunday, 18th June, 7:45pm, Stahl Theatre, PE8 4EJ

Cast: Luke Treadaway, Ruta Gedmintas, Bob the Cat
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Released: 2016
Runtime: 1hr 43min

Based on the international best-selling book, and starring the real Bob, this is the true, feel-good story of how James Bowen, a homeless young busker and recovering drug addict, had his life transformed when a stray ginger cat walked into his life. The duo soon become inseparable, giving James the motivation to turn his life around; a moving, uplifting and often humorous story.

‘Treadaway may be sympathetic and charming as the struggling musician, but this is Bob's show, all the way.’ Devan Coggan, Entertainment Weekly