New films from Fri 30 Oct - Sun 1 Nov


29 October 2020

Come and see a film with us this weekend! As Dundee moves into the Tier 3 restrictions announced by the Scottish Government, DCA Cinema will sadly be temporarily closed from Monday 2 November. Over the coming days we’ll be contacting anyone who has made a booking during this period, and you can read more about the closure here

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But don't despair – there are still a few days left to catch some brilliant new films at DCA cinema!

Here's what's coming up at DCA cinema, Fri 30 Oct – Sun 1 Nov, booking now…

At a glance:

Wolfwalkers (PG) is our Discovery Family Film this week, and we can't wait for you to see it! A fantasy adventure from the makers of Song of the Sea, it's a stunning big screen experience.

The Exorcist (18), Train to Busan (15) and our special preview of Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula (15) are our three Halloween horrors, selling fast – book now!

Summer of 85 (15) from François Ozon is a nostalgic tale of first love in 1980s France that takes a dark and unexpected turn.

Mogul Mowgli (15) stars Riz Ahmed in an acclaimed turn as a British-Pakistani rapper whose world tour is derailed by a sudden serious illness.

Shorts for Wee Ones (3+) is enjoying one last cinema screening, or you can rent our Discovery Film Festival shorts online to watch at home! 

More about this week's new releases:

Wolfwalkers (PG)
The latest feature from the award-winning animation team behind The Book of Kells and Song of the SeaWolfwalkers is a masterful blend of thrilling storytelling and eye-catchingly beautiful visual design. The third of their Celtic folklore trilogy, the film offers contemporary characterisation in a historical setting, and has much to say on the delicate balance between human forces and the natural world in which they find themselves.

Book Wolfwalkers tickets here

Summer of 85 (15)
Loosely based on the book Dance On My Grave by Aidan Chambers, the film tells of the blossoming, but ultimately short-lived, summertime relationship between Alexis and David, both resident in a French seaside town in the mid-80s. When a boating accident suddenly throws them together, Alexis is driven to document his version of the events that fell into place after that first encounter. But after a shocking initial revelation, and the ensuing drama, how much of his account is actually to be believed?

Book Summer of 85 tickets here

Mogul Mowgli (15)
Bassam Tariq’s visceral directorial debut, co-written with Riz Ahmed, finds a British-Pakistani rapper’s life spiralling out of control when, on the cusp of success, he succumbs to a debilitating illness. Exploring the tension between artistic expression, family ties, cultural identity, Mogul Mowgli also looks at the shared experience versus kinship with a steady, unflinching gaze.

Book Mogul Mowgli tickets here

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