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A.C.O.D. - Feature film 

Friends With Kids’ Adam Scott is a well-off middle-aged man, ‘a child of divorce’ whose life is thrown into disarray when he finds out that his parents were part of a divorce study. It’s a star-studded (Jessica Alba, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Clark Duke, Richard Jenkins, Catherine O’Hara) comedy-drama from debut director Stu Zicherman.

£14, April 26, 5.30pm; Apr 27, 3pm; Apr 28, 8.30pm 
Cineworld 9


Metro Manila - Feature film

An international premiere, this drama won the Audience Award for Best World Cinema (Dramatic) at this year’s Sundance film festival in Utah, and it’s certainly one not to miss.

It’s a drama about a young man, Oscar (Jake Macapagal), who moves with his family from the poverty of the rice fields to the big city of Manila, where a job as an armoured car guard tests his morals and dedication to doing the right thing. A stunning debut from one-to-watch Brit filmmaker Sean Ellis.

£14, Apr 26, 5.30pm;
Apr 27, 3pm; Apr 28, 8.30pm 
Cineworld 8 & 6

Peaches Does Herself - Film & gig

The enigmatic pop singer/siren told everyone to “fuck the pain away” and had a mega hit in the process. This new movie is, as you’d expect, a lively and unique offering. A rock opera stage show committed to celluloid, it promises to be predictably mad-capped and wild.  Peaches will be in town as well for an accompanying live performance at the adjacent Indigo2.

Concert: Apr 26, 8pm.
£14, Film: Apr 26, 6pm & Apr 27, 11.30pm 
Indigo2 & Cineworld 8


Upstream Colour - Feature film

Filmmaker Shane Carruth made the mind-boggling, time-travelling Primer back in 2004 but has been quiet since that sterling debut. He’s been busy though and returns with this sensory-overloading movie about love, life and the search for a higher power. Challenging.

£14, Apr 25, 8.45pm; Apr 27, 8.45pm;
Apr 28, 11.30am 
Cineworld 6 and Sky Superscreen 


British Sea Power - Gig and Q&A

The band perform their score live to movie From The Sea To The Land Beyond, a doco about Britain’s coastlines, and take part in a post-screening Q&A, too.

£21+, Apr 28, 6.30pm Indigo2,



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