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New films from Fri 10 September

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10 September 2021

This week sees some old favourites return to our screens alongside brand new films – we've got classics The Servant and The Last Picture Show to share with you and we're welcoming The NestWildfire, Anthropocene: The Human Epoch and more to DCA Cinema. Plus you've got another week to catch Annette and Candyman! Read on to find out more and book your tickets now.

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Here's Head of Cinema Alice Black with more about this week's new films:

"There is a definite chill in the air as the nights start to draw in and summer recedes for autumn’s arrival. It is the perfect setting though for The Nest and Wildfire, two brilliant new indie dramas which explore family secrets. Both feature powerhouse performances from familiar names you know (Jude Law, Carrie Coon) and unfamiliar names you will want to remember (Nora-Jane Noone, the late, great Nika McGuigan).

We also have two fabulous new restorations in the programme this week. No Place Like Home is a rare opportunity to see a forgotten classic of Jamaican cinema, featuring the first screen performance from a young Grace Jones. Joseph Losey’s remarkable collaboration with Harold Pinter, The Servant, scandalous in its day, is re-released in a new 4K digital print.

Anthropocene – the Human Epoch is a look at the impact humans have had on the planet. This mesmerising film brings home how beautiful our surroundings are, and how urgently action to protect them is needed."

Click onto our Films page to book your tickets now and get a sneak peek at next week's films too. Enjoy!

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