New films from Fri 16 October


15 October 2020

Time to look ahead to our new week of films at DCA cinema! If you’d like to have this information sent direct to your inbox each week, then subscribe at the bottom of the page and set your preferences to 'Cinema'.

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Here's what's coming up at DCA cinema, Fri 16 – Thu 22 October, booking now…

At a glance:

Rebecca (12A) is Ben Wheatley's sumptuous new adaptation of the epic romantic thriller, starring Armie Hammer and Lily James. We've got a Seniors screening to enjoy too. 

Monsoon (12A) is the atmospheric story of a Londoner (Henry Golding) who travels to Vietnam to scatter his mother’s ashes and to connect with the place he departed from as a child.

Discovery Film Festival 2020 kicks off this weekend, with Shorts for Wee Ones (3+) and Shorts for Middle Ones (8+)! Don't forget to book a free Create Space session if you'd like to try some activities when you visit.

I Am Greta (12A) is the new documentary about teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg, with compelling, never-before-seen footage from Swedish director Nathan Grossman.

Saint Maud (15) continues to thrill and terrify Dundee film fans! Look out for our Captioned showtimes for d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing audiences, marked with a 'C' on our booking page.

Akira (15) is a special treat for anime fans, with this genre-defining classic remastered in 4K.

Schemers (15) is still enjoying sold-out screenings – be sure to book your tickets in advance!

Plus! Special screenings booking now:

Bolshoi Ballet: Experience these sensational encore performances in cinema comfort – The Lady of the Camellias and The Nutcracker.

Uncle Vanya, the Olivier-nominated theatre production staged and filmed especially for cinema. 

More about this week's new releases:

Rebecca (12A)
Obsession, jealousy, paranoia, and ghosts in Ben Wheatley's new adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's eerie 1938 novel. Armie Hammer stars as brooding widower Maxim de Winter, while Lily James is the maid who catches his eye. We're most excited about Kristin Scott Thomas as iconic housekeeper Mrs Danvers, who brings a shiver to our spines when she appears in the trailer below…

Click here to book Rebecca tickets

Monsoon (12A)
Londoner Kit (Henry Golding, Crazy Rich Asians) travels to Vietnam to connect with the place he departed from as a child, but finds little to anchor him to his past. That is, until he meets Lewis, a black American living in Saigon whose father served in the war that still underscores many of Kit’s interactions. Monsoon builds an atmosphere that will resonate with anyone who has felt that unique sense of loneliness at being somewhere they once belonged.

Click here to book Monsoon tickets

I Am Greta (12A)

Our special screening of this new documentary includes an exclusive recorded Q&A. Starting with her one-person school strike for climate action outside the Swedish Parliament, director Nathan Grossman follows Greta Thunberg - a shy schoolgirl with Asperger’s – in her rise to prominence, and her galvanising global impact as she sparks school strikes around the world. 

Click here to book I Am Greta tickets

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