IN CINEMAS 12 JANUARY
Emily tells the imagined life of one of the world’s most famous authors, Emily Brontë, as she ﬁ nds her voice and writes the literary classic Wuthering Heights. Frances O’Connor makes her directorial debut with this story of a rebel, a misﬁ t and a genius, adapted from her own original screenplay. Thanks to Madman Entertainment we are giving away 10 in-season double passes to see the ﬁlm.
BIG TRIP 2: SPECIAL DELIVERY
IN CINEMAS 19 JANUARY
In this family tale, a grumpy bear must bring a cute grizzly cub to America by ﬂ ying on an airship with his friends, avoiding snowy disasters and an evil vulture on the way. Thanks to Rialto Distribution we are giving away 10 Family Passes (admit 4) to see this ﬁlm.
THE LOST KING
IN CINEMAS DECEMBER 26
In 2012, having been lost for over 500 years, the remains of King Richard III were discovered beneath a car park in Leicester. The search had been orchestrated by an amateur historian, Philippa Langley (Sally Hawkins), whose unrelenting research had been met with incomprehension by her friends and family and with scepticism by experts and academ-ics. The Lost King stars Sally Hawkins, Steve Coogan and Harry Lloyd, directed by Stephen Frears and opens in cinemas on Boxing Day.
IN CINEMAS JANUARY 5
A deeply personal portrait of a 20th century American childhood, Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans is a cinematic memory of the forces, and family, that shaped the ﬁ lmmaker’s life and career. A universal coming-of-age story about an isolated young man’s pursuit of his dreams, the ﬁ lm is an exploration of love, artistic ambition, sacriﬁ ce and the moments of discovery that allow us to see the truth about ourselves, and our parents, with clarity and compassion.
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