New Cinema Guide June - July 2018

Get set for a summer of sensational films...

25 May 2018

No need to book a holiday - we're bringing the rest of the world (plus a galaxy far, far away) to you this summer!

Click here to download your June-July Cinema Guide now!

We've got homegrown films including Edie, Beast and How to Talk To Girls at Parties, plus some eagerly awaited American tales: Tully, Hereditary and Leave No Trace. As always, you'll find plenty of great European cinema at DCA, and this time you're spoilt for choice with films including In The Fade, The Bookshop, and Jeune Femme in the next few weeks. And if you're longing for sci-fi adventures, strap in for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Solo: A Star Wars Story and 2001: A Space Odyssey

Our Head of Cinema, Alice Black, introduces the Guide:

“The summer season is officially upon us as we inch our way towards the school holidays, better weather and blockbuster franchises. As always with our cinema programme, we aim to offer Dundee’s audiences the broadest range of cinema possible with our two screens and very much hope you will find something that entices you in from the sunshine (or torrential rain!) this month.

“There are some familiar names in this guide as several of our favourite filmmakers return to our screens with their latest offerings – Jason Reitman, Debra Granik and Kevin Macdonald amongst them. There are newcomers as well, who have astonished us with the talent they display, particularly in the horror genre with films like Beast and Hereditary.

“One of the highlights of this guide for me personally though is the new film from Cartoon Saloon, The Breadwinner. Based on the much-loved children’s novel by Canadian writer Deborah Ellis, this is the story of a young Afghan girl who must disguise herself as a boy to care for her family under the Taliban regime. Beautifully and sensitively animated, it is a powerful tale of courage and survival and a film which you will never forget.”

We know you're going to enjoy our fantastic summer line-up - whatever you choose to see, let us know what you think on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #HelloDCA.

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