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To Be Confirmed...

The Prado Museum:

A Collection of Wonders

Run Time: 92 mins | Art, Culture

Director: Valeria Parisi

With Jeremy Irons & Marina Saura

Narrated by, and featuring, Academy Award-winner, Jeremy Irons, The Prado Museum: A Collection of Wonders is a cinematic journey through the rooms, stories and emotions of one of the most visited museums in the world. Its wealth of over 8000 art treasures is a spell-binding experience drawing almost 3 million visitors to Madrid every year. 

VE Day 75

To Be Confirmed...

Run Time: 180 mins | Incl, 25 min Interval | Live, WWII

To mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day on Friday May 8th, CinEvents will be broadcasting VE Day 75 live by satellite from the world-famous Royal Albert Hall. Hosted by SSAFA, The Armed Forces Charity, this inspiring, patriotic event will be a two-hour music-led extravaganza featuring a selection of leading vocalists to unite the nation in celebration of VE Day 75, a date that has been marked by a special national public holiday. 

 

This unique commemorative spectacular will be brought to life on stage and accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra (RPCO)

A Celebration Of The Sopranos

To Be Confirmed...

Run Time: TBC

Director:  Kristian Fraga

With Matt Zoller Seitz, & Alan Sepinwall

On the eve of the publication of their book New York Times best selling book; The Sopranos Sessions, TV critics Alan Sepinwall and Matt Zoller Seitz meet at Holsten's in Bloomfield, New Jersey, the location of the controversial last scene of The Sopranos. Their wide-ranging conversation covers television, movies, psychiatry, gangsterism, their 20-year friendship, and their experience covering the series for The Star-Ledger of Newark, the newspaper that Tony Soprano picked up at the end of his driveway.

Hermitage: The Power Of Art

To Be Confirmed...

Run Time: 90 mins | Art, Culture

Director: Michele Mally

With Toni Servillo

Hermitage: The Power of Art tells the great stories and events that have passed down the corridors of the museum and through the streets of St. Petersburg: from its foundation by Peter I to the splendour of Catherine the Great; from the triumph of Alexander I against Napoleon, to the 1917 Revolution; and down to the present day.