Current Schedule

Jul
23
Sat
2016
SUNSET SONG
Jul 23 @ 2:30 pm

(UK/Luxembourg, 2015) Written and directed by Terence Davies, based on the novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Cinematography by Michael McDonogh. Cast: Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan, Kevin Guthrie, Jack Greenlees.

It is no wonder that the Film Society of Lincoln Center chose Sunset Song as the opening night selection of their annual series, Film Comment Selects. Terence Davies’ luminously beautiful adaptation of the Scottish classic novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, shot on 65mm film, may be his most stunning visual accomplishment to date. While Davies’ Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes are exquisite sense memories of his Liverpool childhood, his new film is alive with the colors and music of the Scottish countryside, humming with the energy of nature. Agyness Deyn stars as a young woman who dreams of becoming a teacher and leaving her tyrannical father. While marriage and the advent of World War I fill her life with turmoil, she finds the inner strength to continue to embrace life. 135 min

“a sustained, moving reflection on the human life cycle at a time when people were more in tune with the earth.” A.O. Scott, A New York Times Critics Pick.

SUNSET SONG
Jul 23 @ 7:30 pm

(UK/Luxembourg, 2015) Written and directed by Terence Davies, based on the novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Cinematography by Michael McDonogh. Cast: Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan, Kevin Guthrie, Jack Greenlees.

It is no wonder that the Film Society of Lincoln Center chose Sunset Song as the opening night selection of their annual series, Film Comment Selects. Terence Davies’ luminously beautiful adaptation of the Scottish classic novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, shot on 65mm film, may be his most stunning visual accomplishment to date. While Davies’ Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes are exquisite sense memories of his Liverpool childhood, his new film is alive with the colors and music of the Scottish countryside, humming with the energy of nature. Agyness Deyn stars as a young woman who dreams of becoming a teacher and leaving her tyrannical father. While marriage and the advent of World War I fill her life with turmoil, she finds the inner strength to continue to embrace life. 135 min

“a sustained, moving reflection on the human life cycle at a time when people were more in tune with the earth.” A.O. Scott, A New York Times Critics Pick.

Jul
24
Sun
2016
National Theatre Live “The Encore Series”: THE AUDIENCE
Jul 24 @ 2:30 pm

For a limited time only, National Theatre Live’s Encore Series brings back a selection of award-winning British theatre productions.
Winner of three Tony Awards® and two Olivier Awards, National Theatre Live’s smash-hit broadcast of the original West End production of The Audience – featuring Helen Mirren’s multi-award-winning performance as Queen Elizabeth II – returns to CINESTUDIO.

Written by Peter Morgan (The Queen) and directed by two-time Tony Award® winner and Academy Award®-nominated director Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, The Hours), these special encore screenings include an exclusive Q&A with Helen Mirren and director Stephen Daldry.

For sixty years, Queen Elizabeth II has met with each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a private weekly meeting. This meeting is known as The Audience. No one knows what they discuss, not even their spouses.
From the old warrior Winston Churchill, to the Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair right up to today’s meetings with the current incumbent David Cameron, the Queen advises her Prime Ministers on all matters both public and personal. Through these private audiences, we see glimpses of the woman behind the crown and witness the moments that shaped a monarch.
The Audience was presented in the West End by Matthew Byam Shaw for Playful Productions, Robert Fox and Andy Harries.

TICKETS

SUNSET SONG
Jul 24 @ 7:30 pm

(UK/Luxembourg, 2015) Written and directed by Terence Davies, based on the novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Cinematography by Michael McDonogh. Cast: Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan, Kevin Guthrie, Jack Greenlees.

It is no wonder that the Film Society of Lincoln Center chose Sunset Song as the opening night selection of their annual series, Film Comment Selects. Terence Davies’ luminously beautiful adaptation of the Scottish classic novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, shot on 65mm film, may be his most stunning visual accomplishment to date. While Davies’ Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes are exquisite sense memories of his Liverpool childhood, his new film is alive with the colors and music of the Scottish countryside, humming with the energy of nature. Agyness Deyn stars as a young woman who dreams of becoming a teacher and leaving her tyrannical father. While marriage and the advent of World War I fill her life with turmoil, she finds the inner strength to continue to embrace life. 135 min

“a sustained, moving reflection on the human life cycle at a time when people were more in tune with the earth.” A.O. Scott, A New York Times Critics Pick.

Jul
25
Mon
2016
SUNSET SONG
Jul 25 @ 7:30 pm

(UK/Luxembourg, 2015) Written and directed by Terence Davies, based on the novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Cinematography by Michael McDonogh. Cast: Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan, Kevin Guthrie, Jack Greenlees.

It is no wonder that the Film Society of Lincoln Center chose Sunset Song as the opening night selection of their annual series, Film Comment Selects. Terence Davies’ luminously beautiful adaptation of the Scottish classic novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, shot on 65mm film, may be his most stunning visual accomplishment to date. While Davies’ Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes are exquisite sense memories of his Liverpool childhood, his new film is alive with the colors and music of the Scottish countryside, humming with the energy of nature. Agyness Deyn stars as a young woman who dreams of becoming a teacher and leaving her tyrannical father. While marriage and the advent of World War I fill her life with turmoil, she finds the inner strength to continue to embrace life. 135 min

“a sustained, moving reflection on the human life cycle at a time when people were more in tune with the earth.” A.O. Scott, A New York Times Critics Pick.

Jul
26
Tue
2016
SUNSET SONG
Jul 26 @ 7:30 pm

(UK/Luxembourg, 2015) Written and directed by Terence Davies, based on the novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Cinematography by Michael McDonogh. Cast: Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan, Kevin Guthrie, Jack Greenlees.

It is no wonder that the Film Society of Lincoln Center chose Sunset Song as the opening night selection of their annual series, Film Comment Selects. Terence Davies’ luminously beautiful adaptation of the Scottish classic novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, shot on 65mm film, may be his most stunning visual accomplishment to date. While Davies’ Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes are exquisite sense memories of his Liverpool childhood, his new film is alive with the colors and music of the Scottish countryside, humming with the energy of nature. Agyness Deyn stars as a young woman who dreams of becoming a teacher and leaving her tyrannical father. While marriage and the advent of World War I fill her life with turmoil, she finds the inner strength to continue to embrace life. 135 min

“a sustained, moving reflection on the human life cycle at a time when people were more in tune with the earth.” A.O. Scott, A New York Times Critics Pick.

Jul
27
Wed
2016
SUNSET SONG
Jul 27 @ 7:30 pm

(UK/Luxembourg, 2015) Written and directed by Terence Davies, based on the novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Cinematography by Michael McDonogh. Cast: Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan, Kevin Guthrie, Jack Greenlees.

It is no wonder that the Film Society of Lincoln Center chose Sunset Song as the opening night selection of their annual series, Film Comment Selects. Terence Davies’ luminously beautiful adaptation of the Scottish classic novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, shot on 65mm film, may be his most stunning visual accomplishment to date. While Davies’ Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes are exquisite sense memories of his Liverpool childhood, his new film is alive with the colors and music of the Scottish countryside, humming with the energy of nature. Agyness Deyn stars as a young woman who dreams of becoming a teacher and leaving her tyrannical father. While marriage and the advent of World War I fill her life with turmoil, she finds the inner strength to continue to embrace life. 135 min

“a sustained, moving reflection on the human life cycle at a time when people were more in tune with the earth.” A.O. Scott, A New York Times Critics Pick.

Jul
28
Thu
2016
SUNSET SONG
Jul 28 @ 7:30 pm

(UK/Luxembourg, 2015) Written and directed by Terence Davies, based on the novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Cinematography by Michael McDonogh. Cast: Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan, Kevin Guthrie, Jack Greenlees.

It is no wonder that the Film Society of Lincoln Center chose Sunset Song as the opening night selection of their annual series, Film Comment Selects. Terence Davies’ luminously beautiful adaptation of the Scottish classic novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, shot on 65mm film, may be his most stunning visual accomplishment to date. While Davies’ Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes are exquisite sense memories of his Liverpool childhood, his new film is alive with the colors and music of the Scottish countryside, humming with the energy of nature. Agyness Deyn stars as a young woman who dreams of becoming a teacher and leaving her tyrannical father. While marriage and the advent of World War I fill her life with turmoil, she finds the inner strength to continue to embrace life. 135 min

“a sustained, moving reflection on the human life cycle at a time when people were more in tune with the earth.” A.O. Scott, A New York Times Critics Pick.

Jul
29
Fri
2016
LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
Jul 29 @ 7:30 pm

(Ireland/France/Netherlands, 2016) Directed and written by Whit Stillman, based on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan. Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Xavier Samuel, Morfydd Clark, Emma Greenwell, Tom Bennett, James Fleet, Jemma Redgrave, Stephen Fry, Chloe Savigny.

Whit Stillman, the creator of the elegant and slyly humorous comedies of manners from Metropolitan to Damsels in Distress, has cheekily taken an unfinished novella by Jane Austen, and run away with it. Purists may sniff, but Love & Friendship is a delightful, sharp and gorgeous romantic comedy, giving Kate Beckinsale plenty of space to shine. As Lady Susan, she is a beautiful if manipulative widow, who lets nothing stand in the way of her scheme to marry a dreamy tutor (Xavier Samuel) living on a nearby country estate. But as Lady Susan complains to her best friend (the divine Chloe Sevigny), the arrival of her fetching young daughter throws an unexpected wrench into her matrimonial plans. 93 min
“Diabolically clever. Love & Friendship” is a master class on the art of comic timing, in its filmmaking and acting.” – Glen Whipp, Los Angeles Times.

Jul
30
Sat
2016
LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
Jul 30 @ 7:30 pm

(Ireland/France/Netherlands, 2016) Directed and written by Whit Stillman, based on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan. Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Xavier Samuel, Morfydd Clark, Emma Greenwell, Tom Bennett, James Fleet, Jemma Redgrave, Stephen Fry, Chloe Savigny.

Whit Stillman, the creator of the elegant and slyly humorous comedies of manners from Metropolitan to Damsels in Distress, has cheekily taken an unfinished novella by Jane Austen, and run away with it. Purists may sniff, but Love & Friendship is a delightful, sharp and gorgeous romantic comedy, giving Kate Beckinsale plenty of space to shine. As Lady Susan, she is a beautiful if manipulative widow, who lets nothing stand in the way of her scheme to marry a dreamy tutor (Xavier Samuel) living on a nearby country estate. But as Lady Susan complains to her best friend (the divine Chloe Sevigny), the arrival of her fetching young daughter throws an unexpected wrench into her matrimonial plans. 93 min
“Diabolically clever. Love & Friendship” is a master class on the art of comic timing, in its filmmaking and acting.” – Glen Whipp, Los Angeles Times.

Jul
31
Sun
2016
LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
Jul 31 @ 2:30 pm

(Ireland/France/Netherlands, 2016) Directed and written by Whit Stillman, based on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan. Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Xavier Samuel, Morfydd Clark, Emma Greenwell, Tom Bennett, James Fleet, Jemma Redgrave, Stephen Fry, Chloe Savigny.

Whit Stillman, the creator of the elegant and slyly humorous comedies of manners from Metropolitan to Damsels in Distress, has cheekily taken an unfinished novella by Jane Austen, and run away with it. Purists may sniff, but Love & Friendship is a delightful, sharp and gorgeous romantic comedy, giving Kate Beckinsale plenty of space to shine. As Lady Susan, she is a beautiful if manipulative widow, who lets nothing stand in the way of her scheme to marry a dreamy tutor (Xavier Samuel) living on a nearby country estate. But as Lady Susan complains to her best friend (the divine Chloe Sevigny), the arrival of her fetching young daughter throws an unexpected wrench into her matrimonial plans. 93 min
“Diabolically clever. Love & Friendship” is a master class on the art of comic timing, in its filmmaking and acting.” – Glen Whipp, Los Angeles Times.

LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
Jul 31 @ 7:30 pm

(Ireland/France/Netherlands, 2016) Directed and written by Whit Stillman, based on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan. Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Xavier Samuel, Morfydd Clark, Emma Greenwell, Tom Bennett, James Fleet, Jemma Redgrave, Stephen Fry, Chloe Savigny.

Whit Stillman, the creator of the elegant and slyly humorous comedies of manners from Metropolitan to Damsels in Distress, has cheekily taken an unfinished novella by Jane Austen, and run away with it. Purists may sniff, but Love & Friendship is a delightful, sharp and gorgeous romantic comedy, giving Kate Beckinsale plenty of space to shine. As Lady Susan, she is a beautiful if manipulative widow, who lets nothing stand in the way of her scheme to marry a dreamy tutor (Xavier Samuel) living on a nearby country estate. But as Lady Susan complains to her best friend (the divine Chloe Sevigny), the arrival of her fetching young daughter throws an unexpected wrench into her matrimonial plans. 93 min
“Diabolically clever. Love & Friendship” is a master class on the art of comic timing, in its filmmaking and acting.” – Glen Whipp, Los Angeles Times.

Aug
1
Mon
2016
LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
Aug 1 @ 7:30 pm

(Ireland/France/Netherlands, 2016) Directed and written by Whit Stillman, based on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan. Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Xavier Samuel, Morfydd Clark, Emma Greenwell, Tom Bennett, James Fleet, Jemma Redgrave, Stephen Fry, Chloe Savigny.

Whit Stillman, the creator of the elegant and slyly humorous comedies of manners from Metropolitan to Damsels in Distress, has cheekily taken an unfinished novella by Jane Austen, and run away with it. Purists may sniff, but Love & Friendship is a delightful, sharp and gorgeous romantic comedy, giving Kate Beckinsale plenty of space to shine. As Lady Susan, she is a beautiful if manipulative widow, who lets nothing stand in the way of her scheme to marry a dreamy tutor (Xavier Samuel) living on a nearby country estate. But as Lady Susan complains to her best friend (the divine Chloe Sevigny), the arrival of her fetching young daughter throws an unexpected wrench into her matrimonial plans. 93 min
“Diabolically clever. Love & Friendship” is a master class on the art of comic timing, in its filmmaking and acting.” – Glen Whipp, Los Angeles Times.

Aug
2
Tue
2016
LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
Aug 2 @ 7:30 pm

(Ireland/France/Netherlands, 2016) Directed and written by Whit Stillman, based on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan. Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Xavier Samuel, Morfydd Clark, Emma Greenwell, Tom Bennett, James Fleet, Jemma Redgrave, Stephen Fry, Chloe Savigny.

Whit Stillman, the creator of the elegant and slyly humorous comedies of manners from Metropolitan to Damsels in Distress, has cheekily taken an unfinished novella by Jane Austen, and run away with it. Purists may sniff, but Love & Friendship is a delightful, sharp and gorgeous romantic comedy, giving Kate Beckinsale plenty of space to shine. As Lady Susan, she is a beautiful if manipulative widow, who lets nothing stand in the way of her scheme to marry a dreamy tutor (Xavier Samuel) living on a nearby country estate. But as Lady Susan complains to her best friend (the divine Chloe Sevigny), the arrival of her fetching young daughter throws an unexpected wrench into her matrimonial plans. 93 min
“Diabolically clever. Love & Friendship” is a master class on the art of comic timing, in its filmmaking and acting.” – Glen Whipp, Los Angeles Times.

Aug
3
Wed
2016
LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
Aug 3 @ 7:30 pm

(Ireland/France/Netherlands, 2016) Directed and written by Whit Stillman, based on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan. Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Xavier Samuel, Morfydd Clark, Emma Greenwell, Tom Bennett, James Fleet, Jemma Redgrave, Stephen Fry, Chloe Savigny.

Whit Stillman, the creator of the elegant and slyly humorous comedies of manners from Metropolitan to Damsels in Distress, has cheekily taken an unfinished novella by Jane Austen, and run away with it. Purists may sniff, but Love & Friendship is a delightful, sharp and gorgeous romantic comedy, giving Kate Beckinsale plenty of space to shine. As Lady Susan, she is a beautiful if manipulative widow, who lets nothing stand in the way of her scheme to marry a dreamy tutor (Xavier Samuel) living on a nearby country estate. But as Lady Susan complains to her best friend (the divine Chloe Sevigny), the arrival of her fetching young daughter throws an unexpected wrench into her matrimonial plans. 93 min
“Diabolically clever. Love & Friendship” is a master class on the art of comic timing, in its filmmaking and acting.” – Glen Whipp, Los Angeles Times.