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There are lots more offers, deals and "how-to" in the Cheap Cinema Tickets, Free Preview Cinema Tickets and Days Out Deals Notes.

What's the deal?

There are a host of hidden companies that allow you (and a friend) to see films for free, and before they're released; often thousands of tickets are available. These agencies work as publicists with the intention of getting people to spread the word about the films they see. It's good psychology, after all if you've seen something for nothing, you may be more favourable to it - meaning your friends may pay to see it.

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Sign up to agencies' email addresses so you'll be notified of the screenings. Be aware that you're likely to get some 'third party' promotional stuff through to the same address, that's the price you pay. You could use a second e-mail address for this sort of material; many freebie hunters do this as a matter of course. You can set up a Hotmail or Gmail account in minutes, just be sure to check it occasionally! (see this week's gmail tip for info)

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Default Free Preview Sites

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Please note that Moneysavingexpert.com do not endorse any of these sites and have not checked them out.
However, most are used on a regular basis and are genuine.

This is a list of the sites you might wish to register with to enable you to get free cinema tickets.

Some are free to sign up to. Whilst others need you to be a subscriber or member or customer.

If I have missed any off the list, please send me a Private Message so that I can add to this list or post on the Discussion Thread.

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http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/....php?t=3766197

Free Registration

http://www.showfilmfirst.com/

http://tellten.co.uk/

http://www.disneyscreenings.co.uk/

http://www.paramountpreviews.com/

http://www.metro.co.uk/filmfirst

http://www.distribution.metrodomegro...vie-screenings

For Students who can get to a Picturehouse cinema

Register with Slackers Club online or at your Picturehouse.

Slackers Club announce the screening each month on Facebook and on Channel 4 and E4.

Collect your ticket from the cinema.

http://www.e4.com/slackers/


By subscription or as reward for customers.

For Sky Movies Subscribers

http://skymovies.sky.com/


For Virgin customers - TV, Broadband or mobile phone customers - No longer offering previews.

http://customer.virginmedia.com/moviesfirst/

Subscribe to The Times and/or Sunday Times either online or the Newspaper, then register for Times+

http://www.mytimesplus.co.uk/

Subscribe to The Telegraph and register for their film club

http://subscriber.telegraph.co.uk/lo...lubsandoffers/

Subscribe to The Sun and register for Sun+ and perks.

http://perks.thesun.co.uk/perks/free-preview-screening

Dormant Film Club at the moment but scroll to the bottom of page to register

http://www.momentumpictures.co.uk/

Dormant but worth registering with

http://www.first4movies.com/

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A regularly updated "FULL THREAD" Code Summary ....

... PLUS PROVISIONAL FUTURE unreleased screenings, for your diary


In REVERSE DATE ORDER

GENERAL SITE LINKS

SFF >>> www.showfilmfirst.com
SKY >>> Non-Specific >>> http://skymovies.sky.com
VIRGIN >>> http://customer.virginmedia.com/moviesfirst/ << DEFUNCT !
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15/09/14 18:30 Birmingham Star City, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Bristol Cribbs Causeway, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Cambridge, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Cardiff, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Cheshire Oaks, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Croydon Grants, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Edinburgh Omni, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Finchley North, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Glasgow Fort, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Islington, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Leeds Light, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Manchester Lowry, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Norwich, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Oxford, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Piccadilly Circus (formerly Apollo), Vue Not available
15/09/14 18:30 Plymouth, Vue Available
15/09/14 18:30 Portsmouth, Vue Available
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15/09/14 18:30 Shepherds Bush, Vue Available
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28/08/14 18:30 Basingstoke, Odeon Available

28/08/14 18:30 Birmingham Broadway Plaza , Odeon Available

28/08/14 18:30 Cardiff Atlantic Wharf, Odeon Available

28/08/14 18:30 Covent Garden, Odeon Available

28/08/14 18:30 Edinburgh Lothian Road, Odeon Available

28/08/14 18:30 Greenwich, Odeon Available

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28/08/14 18:30 Liverpool Switch Island, Odeon Available

28/08/14 18:30 Manchester Trafford Centre, Odeon Available

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Pride Tuesday 9th September 6.30

https://www.showfilmfirst.com/pin/409475

Pride, directed by the Tony Award winning theatre director Matthew Warchus (Matilda: The Musical, God of Carnage), has a large ensemble cast led by Bill Nighy (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) and Imelda Staunton (Vera Drake) with the other roles played by a host of well-known British actors including Dominic West (300, The Wire), Paddy Considine (Dead Man's Shoes) and Joseph Gilgun (This Is England) as well as relatively new faces such as Ben Schnetzer (The Book Thief, Posh), George MacKay (How I Live Now, Sunshine On Leith) and Faye Marsay (The White Queen, Fresh Meat). Inspired by a remarkable true story, the screenplay was written by Stephen Beresford. His debut stage play, The Last of the Haussmans, which starred Julie Walters, was a critical and commercial hit at the National Theatre in 2012.

Aberdeen Union Square, Cineworld
Birmingham Broad Street, Cineworld
Bolton, Cineworld
Bradford, Cineworld
Bristol, Cineworld
Cardiff, Cineworld
Crawley, Cineworld
Dundee, Cineworld
Edinburgh, Cineworld
Enfield, Cineworld
Fulham Road, Cineworld
Glasgow Renfrew Street, Cineworld
High Wycombe, Cineworld
Huntingdon, Cineworld
Liverpool, Cineworld
Milton Keynes, Cineworld
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PORTABELLO FREE FILM FESTIVAL

Thursday 28th August to Sunday 14th September
(excluding MONDAYS!)

ENTRY TO ALL EVENTS IS FREE
AND
OPEN TO ALL OVER 18!



Friday 28th August at 7pm
LAUNCH PARTY OPEN TO ALL

KPH Pub
139 Ladbroke Grove
North Kensington
W10 6HJ

Preview of highlights from Portabello 2014
Complimentary drinks.

GRAND OPENING CEREMONY / FILMS & FUN

7pm – 10.30pm

The Martini Effect > Dawn Westlake > 11 minutes (U)
A man and a woman struggle silently to clear the air on their last afternoon in a house that is completely underwater. USA

Howard Marks And The Lance Of Destiny > Karl Bonner > 18 minutes (12A)
Howard Marks investigates the final journey of the lance of destiny. He knows the whereabouts of its last known resting place, but will he reveal all? Mock-Documentary Britain

Thank You Market > Oliver Smith > 3 minutes
A satirical animated look at consumerism.

An Introduction To The Film Challenges Of Johnny Oddball.
Johnny Oddball invented the 24 hour film challenge many years ago where participants took a film title and a genre from a hat and had 24 hours to make a short movie. The challenge has since been copied all over the world including at Cannes.
Johnny’s latest project is the 28 Day Feature Film Challenge. Tonight Johnny answers questions on the challenge and screens his own contribution:

When London Sleeps It Came Alive > J.Oddball > 74 mins
Two filmmakers embark on a challenge to make a blockbuster B movie in 28 days. The film is a hilarious documentary on how not to make a sci-fi movie with NO BUDGET.

Plus other treats on the night. Open to all

THEN

PORTOBELLO FREE LONDON FILM FESTIVAL

Friday 29th August to Sunday 14th September
every evening except Mondays.

AT THE

Pop Up Cinema
3 Acklam Road
W10 5TY
Under the Westway where it crosses Portobello Road


6pm to 10.30pm

New London and UK movies (mostly shorts)
Friday 29th August
Local inc “Ray Jones” & “Wild West 10”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/aug29pop.html

Saturday 30th August
London 1 inc “Castles Made Of Sand”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/aug30pop.html

Sunday 31st August
Art inc “The Gospel According To St Derek”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/aug31pop.html

Tuesday 2nd September
Animation inc “The Door” & “Cosmico”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept02pop.html

Wednesday 3rd September
Horror inc “The Legend Of The Charred Oak”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept03pop.html

Thursday 4th September
Comedy inc “Adieu Marx” & “Dylan Jones”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept04pop.html

Friday 5th September
London 2 inc “After The Snow” & “Coke”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept05pop.html

Saturday 6th September
London 3 inc “Twelve” & “In Transit”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept06pop.html

Sunday 7th September
Love inc “Burn The Clock” & “Next Door”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept07pop.html

Tuesday 9th September
Activist inc “The Land Bewteen”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept09pop.html

Wednesday 10th September
Documentary inc “The American Adventure”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept10pop.html

Thursday 11th September
Thrillers inc “Driven” & “The Receipt”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept11pop.html

Friday 12th September
UK Independent inc BFI/NFTS Film Academy
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept12pop.html

Saturday 13th September
Music inc “Countryman 2” & “looking For Johnny”
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept13pop.html

Sunday 14th September Grand Awards Ceremony.
Open to all
After a greatest hits selection of this year’s Portobello Film Festival, the Festival team will present the shortlist and the prestigious Golden Trellick Awards to their favourite films of 2014.

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PORTABELLO FREE ROCK & ROLL FILM FESTIVAL

Wednesday 10th September to Friday 12th September



UPSTAIRS at the
KPH Pub
139 Ladbroke Grove
North Kensington
W10 6HJ


6:00pm – 10.30pm

Wednesday 10th September
Music movies inc Acid House, Rotten Hill Gang, and Punkcast from New York.
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept10kph.html

Thursday 11th September
“Hooligan Factory” Nick Nevern,
plus panel discussion about A Credible Future For British Film with Nick Nevern and Greg Hall.
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept11kph.html


Friday 12th September
An Evening with Michael Horovitz, beat poetry, films (inc Damon Albarn), and performance art.
http://portobellofilmfestival.com/2014/sept12kph.html

AND THEN

Saturday 14th September

THE VIDEOCAFÉ

12:00am to 19:00pm

VIDEO CAFE SELECTION: YOU CHOOSE THE FILMS
Please see the festival projectionist or receptionist and book a slot for the film by quoting the number.
This is open to everyone: filmmakers and public alike.

CHOOSE FROM ......

264 Something You Can Call Home > Rebecca Kenyon > 75 mins
The face of homelessness is changing. The film explores what’s necessary for emotional survival.

238 Still Keeping The Fight Alive > Rayna Nadeem > 17 mins
Newham Monitoring Project’s 33 Year history of resistance to racist violence and Police misconduct.

253 Severn & Somme; The Life of Ivor Gurney WW1 Poet and Composer. > Diana Taylor > 52 mins
The country boy they called Shubert, contrasting the horror of the Somme and the beauty of the Severn. He was incarcerated for 15 years in an asylum with shell shock.

80 Life In Parallel > Steve Jolley > 36 mins
A tube driver’s life changes when someone jumps under his train.

81 Strangers Eye > Itai Ankrah10 mins
Mystery drama set on the London Eye.

224 Xanadu > Dominic Reynolds > 74 mins
A reclusive writer becomes trapped in his own novel.

117 Looping Earth > Michael Murnau > 82 mins
The distance between dream and reality.

229 Electronic Pimp > Callum Scott Dyson > 7 mins
Bruce Wheeler, AKA Electronic Pimp, attempts to make it in the music industry.

59 Castle Howard Revisited > Nick Fletcher > 5 mins
The tranquility of one of England’s finest stately homes.

13 I Hear Fish Drowning > J. Hodge & S Strong > 222 mins
Stella embarks on a literature course on Irish Women & Exile.

204 Wild Oats > Max Day > 58 mins
A shameless homage to Federico Fellini.

36 The Hero’s Tidy > John Wallis > 15 mins
A man cleans his flat as if it were an epic adventure quest.

97 The Vase > Rainer Niermann > 7 mins
What it takes to glue a broken vase together.

220 Drink It > Nici Preston > 22 mins
When a woman drinks of a bottle, a demon appears.

69 Fall > BFI Cornerhouse Film Academy > 5 mins
A man struggles to come to terms with the loss of his partner.

109 Flowerman > Rob Burrows > 93 mins
Stalker Nigel abducts Sarah and manipulates reality.

125 Neighbours > Gabrielle Russell > 7 mins
Two flat mates make up stories about their neighbours.

85 Double Portrait > Elizabeta Piekacz > 108 mins
Godardian analysis of the nature of cinema. Recommended by Time Out.

60 Drunken Butterflies > Gary Sykes > 89 mins
Six Newcastle girls go to a life changing Saturday night party.

245 Bonobo > Mark Withers > 103 mins
A couple must evaluate their morals when a seedy but lucrative offer is made to them during the recession.

215 It Is White > Sarmad Yasen > 17 mins
Iraqi woman waiting for a letter from her lover at war.

212 Some Things Mean Something > Dee Meaden > 33 mins
A poem in a greeting card holds a secret, coded message.

230 Memorial > Gideon Blackman > 14 mins
A young writer writes a story about a runaway with Gothic consequences. Inspired by Charles Dickens.

191 Between Two Places > Thomas Edwards > 22 mins
A cast of 10 young people from Sandra Singer Stage School tell a story of friendship and loss.

20 Disorder > Ibrahim Salawu > 11 mins
Misery loves company.

105 Oh Messy Life > Jonathan Harrold > 15 mins
Thomas deals with the pressures of growing up.

49 The Greyness Of Autumn > Chris Quick > 14 mins
Comedy about Danny McGuire, an ostrich living in Scotland.

73 The Motherland’s Call > Dermot Daly > 4 mins
A public information film from the Ministry Of Social Harmony.

74 Quality Time > Polly Thomas > 5 mins
An afternoon in the park becomes a battle of wits.

90 The Cost Of Living > David Beazley > 16 mins
Two childhood friends whose lives have taken them down different paths.

108 The Wealth Or Poverty Film > Andrew Sycks > 10 mins
George Belltrop will participate in a game he is bound to lose.

110 Martyr Harry > Gordon Robertson > 24 mins
A black comedy about marriage, missed opportunities, murder, and ice cubes.

139 The Lake > Gabrielle Russell > 13 mins
Friendship.

136 In The Kitchen > Tom Collinson > 6 mins
Two strangers meet in the kitchen at a funeral.

157 I’ll Be Here All Night > Andrew Parkhill > 9 mins
An unpopular pub singer makes a new fan.

163 Our Name Is Michael Morgan > Maurice Caldera > 13 mins
Are we all the same person?

254 Wi Fi Wife > Diana Taylor > 4 mins
A man tries to find a wife on the internet but has a nasty surprise.

187 Do You Love Me > David Spring > 27 mins
An estranged couple must combine forces to escape a sticky situation at bosses wife’s dinner party.

210 Hidden Target > Chris Cunil > 13 mins
Two friends grapple with the nature of trust and truth.

122 Christmas Hear Kids > Chris Purnell > 71 mins
A Taxi driver discovers the lady in his cab is out for revenge against the man who abused her as a child: him!

114 After School Special > Troy L Davis > 21 mins
Elisabeth Richardson is a teenager with amnesia. USA

246 Addict > Geoff Harmer > 92 mins
David Pettigrew is haunted by his feelings for a married employee. He seeks distraction elsewhere.

252 Spooked > Geoff Harmer > 9 mins
A man realizes, at an inopportune time, he may not be as alone as he thinks.

249 Soul Matrix > Geoff Harmer > 8 mins
A man wants to bring his home with him.

248 Room 4 > Geoff Harmer > 16 mins
A mission to find an answer to an odd question.

134 Templewood: A Quest For Freedom > Ethan Race > 60 mins
A young man confronts his sexuality against a backdrop of stone circles and pagan rituals.

221 Finding Your True Calling > Nici Preston > 18 mins
A young woman finds herself, in a field.

12 Lifelines > Jane Dyson & Ross Harrison > 20 mins
Juggling responsibilities in the Himalayas.

126 From Runes To Ruins > Thomas Rowsell > 50 mins
A documentary about Anglo-Saxon paganism.

25 When Sally Met Andrea > Vladimir Gruev > 8 mins
Andrea is Andy’s alternative to access his femininity.

76 I Didn’t Mean To Stay > Laurentiu Huianu > 90 mins
“I was born in a land that was my own and ended up on someone elses doorstep” Refugees to UK tell their story.

92 Alchester Project > Sharon Woodward > 15 mins
Army cadets learn Roman stonemasonry.

94 The Oxfordshire Oar Makers > Sharon Woodward > 18
How the craft of making oars has developed since 1932.

218 Black Lightening Dream > Nici Preston > 71 mins
A couple share a supernatural experience over a bottle of moonshine.

78 Apostle’s Manoeuvre > Brian Harley > 17 mins
A teenager and his estranged father mend their relationship.

72 Coda > Dermot Daly > 7 mins
Terry needs to steady his emotion, and soon.

24 Footsteps Above Me > J. Dunstan & D. Tung > 4 mins
Two boys growing up in Nazi Germany are challenged when they discover something in the woods.

14 Revisited > Iqbal Mohammed > 15 mins
A man revisits a house in which demons were born to free his mind from an untold childhood memory.

250 8 Ball > Geoff Harmer > 6 mins
A reluctant conversation on a park bench with a stranger.

201 Life > Maria Ann Hylton > 10 mins
Sarah finally discloses to her beloved father Sean the pact she made with her mother when she was a child.

182 Milkshakes & Memories > David Cave > 7 mins
Could a chance encounter between two old friends signal a new beginning?

123 Civvy Street > Matt Worthington > 5 mins
An old man lies alone in a caravan.

213 Home & Key > Shwan Attoof > 15 mins
Death in a Kurdish family.

214 A Long Lasting Relationship > Awat Namia Agha > 15 mins
Chloe is a fading beauty who wants to find the man of her dreams.

180 Dark Matter > Mol Smith > 84 mins
A mesmerizing puzzle for the audience to resolve.

178 Little Happiness > Nihat Seven > 110 mins
A Turkish girl falls in love with a truck driver below her status.

226 Command-Option-Dump > Jonathan Flint > 5 mins
An elaborate plot to break up with his girlfriend has dire consequences for Mark.

701 The Storm At Yellow Creek > Nathan Hughes-Berry > 23 mins
A reclusive brother and sister take drastic action when their estranged father returns to the family farm.

202 To Hell With Culture > Huw Wahl,] > 55 mins
Herbert Read was an influential art critic, poet, and anarchist who has a message for contemporary society on the commodification of culture.

264 Something You Can Call Home > Rebecca Kenyon > 75 mins
The face of homelessness is changing. The film explores what’s necessary for emotional survival.

704 The Little Things Remind Me > Alina Gavriclatos > 8 mins
Preview screener.

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What we did on our holiday
SunPerks
http://perks.thesun.co.uk/public-per...on-our-holiday


Screening will be on Monday 1 September, 2014 - 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start at the following CINEWORLD cinemas:

ASHFORD
BEXLEYHEATH
BIRMINGHAM
BOLDON TYNE AND WEAR
BOLTON
BRADFORD
BRAINTREE
BRISTOL
CARDIFF
CASTLEFORD
CHESTERFIELD
CHICHESTER
CRAWLEY
EDINBURGH
ENFIELD
GLASGOW RENFREW STREET
GREENWICH - THE O2
HIGH WYCOMBE
HUNTINGDON
IPSWICH
LONDON WANDSWORTH
MANCHESTER DIDSBURY
MILTON KEYNES
NORTHAMPTON
NOTTINGHAM
SHEFFIELD
STEVENAGE
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Mon 1st Sept at 18.30 at the following Vue cinemas:


Basingstoke Festival Place
Birmingham Star City
Bristol Cribbs Causeway
Cambridge
Cardiff
Cheshire Oaks
Croydon Grants
Eastleigh
Edinburgh Omni
Finchley North
Fulham Broadway
Gateshead Trinity Square
Glasgow Fort
Hull Princes Quay
Islington
Leeds Light
Leicester
Manchester Lowry
Northampton
Norwich
Plymouth
Portsmouth
Reading
Sheffield
Shepherds Bush
Staines
Thurrock
Westfield Stratford City
Westwood Cross Thanet
York


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THE HUNDRED-FOOT JOURNEY



www.imdb.com/title/tt2980648

Certificate PG
Thursday 28th August
18:00 for 18:30

Following ODEONS

Basingstoke
Birmingham Broadway Plaza
Cardiff Atlantic Wharf
Covent Garden
Edinburgh Lothian Road
Greenwich
Kingston upon Thames
Liverpool Switch Island
Manchester Trafford Centre
Milton Keynes
Norwich
Sheffield
Southampton


FULL AVAILABILITY - ALL LOCATIONS - AT TIME OF POSTING

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Hassan Kadam (Manish Dayal) is a culinary ingenue with the gastronomic equivalent of perfect pitch. When Hassan and his family, led by Papa (Om Puri), move to a quaint village in the South of France with the grand plan of opening an Indian restaurant in the picturesque countryside, they are undeterred by the fact that only 100 feet opposite stands a Michelin starred classical French eatery.
However upon encountering the icy proprietress, Madame Mallory (Helen Mirren), the Kadam family realise they may have bitten off more than they can chew. Outraged by the new arrivals, Madame Mallory is determined to have their business shut down. As cultures clash and food flies, an all-out war escalates between the two establishments -- until, that is, Hassan's passion and talent for French cuisine begin to enchant Madame Mallory and even she can't deny this young chef could have what it takes to garner even more acclaim for her beloved restaurant.

This, along with his new-found friendship with her beautiful sous chef Marguerite (Charlotte Le Bon), starts to weave a magic between the two cultures and, despite their different tastes, they discover an unlikely recipe for success that surprises them all.

An uplifting and feel-good cultural feast full of Indian spices, French sophistication and British wit, THE HUNDRED-FOOT JOURNEY is directed by Lasse Halstrom and produced by Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and Juliet Blake.
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WHAT WE DID ON OUR HOLIDAY



www.imdb.com/title/tt2725962

Certificate 12A
Monday 15th September
18:00 for 18:30

Following VUE cinemas

Birmingham Star City
Bristol Cribbs Causeway
Cambridge
Cardiff
Cheshire Oaks
Croydon Grants
Edinburgh Omni
Finchley North
Glasgow Fort
Islington
Leeds Light
Manchester Lowry
Norwich
Oxford
Piccadilly Circus (formerly Apollo)
Plymouth
Portsmouth
Reading
Shepherds Bush
Thurrock


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Written and Directed by the award-winning creators of BBC's Outnumbered, What We Did On Our Holiday is this Summer's hilarious, must-see, family comedy. When dysfunctional parents Doug (David Tennant) and Abi (Rosamund Pike) take their 3 children up to the Scottish Highlands for their Grandfather's (Billy Connolly) birthday, the kids discover that adults aren't necessarily always the best role-models...
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Before I go to sleep:

Based on the International Best-Selling Novel by S. J. Watson, Before I Go To Sleep is a tense psychological thriller starring Academy Award® Winner Nicole Kidman (The Hours), Academy Award® Winner Colin Firth (The King's Speech, A Single Man) and Mark Strong (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy). After a traumatic accident, Christine Lucas (Kidman) wakes up every day without being able to remember the day before. With the fear of living each day with no memory, she attempts to piece together the events of her past, uncovering terrifying truths that force her to question everyone around her, not knowing where to turn or who to trust...her husband, her doctor or even herself.

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01/09/1418:30 Basingstoke Festival Place, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Birmingham Star City, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Bristol Cribbs Causeway, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Cambridge, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Cardiff, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Cheshire Oaks, Vue Available
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01/09/1418:30 Eastleigh, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Edinburgh Omni, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Finchley North, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Fulham Broadway, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Gateshead Trinity Square, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Glasgow Fort, Vue Availabl
e01/09/1418:30 Hull Princes Quay, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Islington, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Leeds Light, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Leicester, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Manchester Lowry, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Northampton, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Norwich, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Plymouth, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Portsmouth, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Reading, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Sheffield, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Shepherds Bush, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Staines, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Thurrock, Vue Available
01/09/1418:30 Westfield Stratford City , Vue Available
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01/09/1418:30 York, Vue Available
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Certificate 15
Thursday 11th September
18:00 for 18:30

Following VUE cinemas

Birmingham Star City
Bristol Cribbs Causeway
Cardiff
Edinburgh Omni
Gateshead Trinity Square
Leeds Light
Manchester Lowry
Norwich
Piccadilly Circus (formerly Apollo)
Portsmouth

www.showfilmfirst.com/pin/665264


Pride, directed by the Tony Award winning theatre director Matthew Warchus (Matilda: The Musical, God of Carnage), has a large ensemble cast led by Bill Nighy (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) and Imelda Staunton (Vera Drake) with the other roles played by a host of well-known British actors including Dominic West (300, The Wire), Paddy Considine (Dead Man's Shoes) and Joseph Gilgun (This Is England) as well as relatively new faces such as Ben Schnetzer (The Book Thief, Posh), George MacKay (How I Live Now, Sunshine On Leith) and Faye Marsay (The White Queen, Fresh Meat).
Inspired by a remarkable true story, the screenplay was written by Stephen Beresford. His debut stage play, The Last of the Haussmans, which starred Julie Walters, was a critical and commercial hit at the National Theatre in 2012.
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An uplifting and feel-good cultural feast full of Indian spices, French sophistication and British wit, THE HUNDRED-FOOT JOURNEY is directed by Lasse Halstrom and produced by Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and Juliet Blake.

http://www.showfilmfirst.com/pin/913333


Basingstoke, Odeon
Birmingham, Odeon
Bournemouth, Odeon
Bracknell, Odeon
Brighton, Odeon
Bristol, Odeon
Cardiff Atlantic Wharf, Odeon
Chelmsford, Odeon
Derby, Odeon
Edinburgh Wester Hailes, Odeon
Glasgow Braehead, Odeon
Greenwich, Odeon
Guildford, Odeon
Hatfield Galleria, Odeon
Kingston upon Thames, Odeon
Leeds/Bradford, Odeon
Leicester, Odeon
Liverpool ONE, Odeon
Manchester Printworks, Odeon
Milton Keynes, Odeon
Newcastle MetroCentre, Odeon
Norwich, Odeon
Panton Street, Odeon
Sheffield, Odeon
Southend on Sea, Odeon
Stoke on Trent, Odeon
Tunbridge Wells, Odeon
Warrington, Odeon
Wimbledon, Odeon
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An uplifting and feel-good cultural feast full of Indian spices, French sophistication and British wit, THE HUNDRED-FOOT JOURNEY is directed by Lasse Halstrom and produced by Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and Juliet Blake.

http://www.showfilmfirst.com/pin/300778

1st Sept 6.30

All available at time of posting.


Basingstoke, Odeon
Birmingham, Odeon
Bournemouth, Odeon
Bracknell, Odeon
Brighton, Odeon
Bristol, Odeon
Cardiff Atlantic Wharf, Odeon
Chelmsford, Odeon
Derby, Odeon
Edinburgh Wester Hailes, Odeon
Glasgow Braehead, Odeon
Greenwich, Odeon
Guildford, Odeon
Hatfield Galleria, Odeon
Kingston upon Thames, Odeon
Leeds/Bradford, Odeon
Leicester, Odeon
Liverpool ONE, Odeon
Manchester Printworks, Odeon
Milton Keynes, Odeon
Newcastle MetroCentre, Odeon
Norwich, Odeon
Panton Street, Odeon
Sheffield, Odeon
Southend on Sea, Odeon
Stoke on Trent, Odeon
Tunbridge Wells, Odeon
Warrington, Odeon
Wimbledon, Odeon
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