New films from Fri 11 Sept


27 August 2020

We've enjoyed welcoming back our wonderful cinema audiences this week, thank you to everyone who has visited and followed our new cinema guidelines so brilliantly.

If you've enjoyed a film with us recently, we'd love it if you could share your experience on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #helloDCA – we really appreciate your support on social media!

Here's what's coming up next week at DCA cinema, Fri 11 – Thu 17 September, booking now…

At a glance:

Tenet (12A) continues, including 35mm and Captioned screenings.

Pinocchio (PG) is a dark and fantastical live-action take on the classic tale from Italian director Matteo Garrone. Don't miss our Seniors screening!

Les Misérables (15) is an explosive new French drama inspired by the 2005 Paris riots, winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes 2019. 

Two for the Road (SOLD OUT) is part of our season of films inspired by V&A Dundee's Mary Quant exhibition. One of the great overlooked films of the 1960s, this romantic drama stars Audrey Hepburn.

Plus! Special screenings booking now:

Schemers (15) Tickets are selling fast for our preview, main run and Seniors screenings of Dundee's first feature film!

White Riot (15) Rubika Shah’s prize-winning documentary explores the 1970s London protest movement Rock Against Racism.

Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace (cert tbc) Grab your tickets for this sensational performance screening in November. 

More about this week's new releases:

Pinocchio (cert PG / 2019)

Forget Walt Disney's cute animation – this is a fantastical, humorous, and occasionally grotesque, version of Pinocchio, fit for the 21st century. Starring the wonderful Roberto Benigni (Life is Beautiful), filled with sumptious Italian settings and packed with eye-popping special effects, this is a refreshing twist on a familiar tale. Definitely not for little ones! 

Book Pinocchio tickets now

Les Misérables (cert 15 / 2019)

Inspired by the 2005 Paris riots, Ladj Ly’s explosive feature debut won the Jury Prize at Cannes and was France’s entry for Best International Feature Film at the 2020 Oscars. Shot on location and using many first-time actors, Les Misérables is intense, full of energy and a palpable sense of realism and foreboding.

Book Les Misérables tickets now

Warning: Trailer contains strong language

Enjoy your trip to DCA cinema, and help us spread the word about your favourite DCA films using #helloDCA on social media!

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