Anne Frank: Parallel Stories
Monday 27th January 2020
Run Time: 95 mins | WWII, History
Directed by Sabina Fedeli & Anna Migotto.
With Martina Gatti, Helen Mirren.
Anne’s story will be brought to life by Helen Mirren, who will read from the famous diary, which combines with stories from several Holocaust survivors. The film also follows a young girl, Martina, who guides as through some of the key places in Anne’s short life, as well as those of the survivors.
Tintoretto: A Rebel In Venice
Wednesday 26th February 2020
Run Time: 96 mins
Director: Giuseppe Domingo Romano
With Helena Bonham Carter
Narrated by BAFTA Award-winner Helena Bonham Carter, the stunning documentary tell the story of the painter Jacopo Robusti (1519-1594), the only great Renaissance artist to never leave Venice (even during the plague years) who earned the moniker of Tintoretto, or the Little Dyer. The film takes a close look at the culturally-flourishing city through his eyes also closely examine two of his most famous pieces: "Mary in Meditation" and "Mary Reading" via complex analysis by a team of experts.
Tuesday 28th April 2020
The Prado Museum:
A Collection of Wonders
Run Time: 92 mins | Art, Culture
Director: Valeria Parisi
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
Friday 8th May 2020
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
Run Time: TBC
Date to be confirmed soon
Director: Kristian Fraga
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
Wednesday 3rd June 2020
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.