Coming up at the Chichester Cinema at New Park
By Walter Francisco, Cinema Director & Programmer
What a variety of films this week at Chichester Cinema at New Park. Headlined by some real quality French cinema (including the 60th anniversary remaster of Breathless), there is something for everyone.
The Translators are nine eggheads, hired to translate the eagerly awaited final book of a bestselling trilogy, are confined in a luxurious bunker. Things turn nasty when pages appear online.
Rebecca sees a young newlywed arriving at her husband's imposing family estate on a windswept English coast and finds herself battling the shadow of his first wife, Rebecca, whose legacy lives on in the house long after her death. Armie Hammer and Lily James are the lovers.
The Truth which unites French cinematic divinities Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche is enough to make this movie a must-see. A movie star’s dubious memoires spark family uproar in this sprightly drama.
Breathless, The hip and groovy New Wave classic returns and it is as fresh and exciting as ever. An upbeat, jazzy cops-and-robbers crime drama wrapped up in French ‘60s cool.
Carmilla is a gothic romance steeped in vampirism as two girls in 19th century England strike up a passionate relationship. Eery and atmospheric and high on flickering candles.
Emily Mortimer stars in Relic. A daughter, mother and grandmother are haunted by a manifestation of dementia that consumes their family's home. The sense of dread gets right under your skin.
Paris, June 1940. The de Gaulle family is confronted with the military and political collapse of France. Charles de Gaulle joins London while Yvonne, his wife, finds herself with her three children on the road of the exodus.
Get in the Christmas spirit with the Royal Opera House production of The Nutcracker while War Horse continues to delight with its masterful puppetry and storytelling.