Anster Cinema

Anster Cinema has announced the upcoming season of films that will be shown at Dreel Halls in Anstruther. All screenings are at 6:45pm unless otherwise stated. Admission for Adults is £5, and for Under 18s it is £2.

Elf (PG)

Date: 3rd December 2017

Time: 18:45

This modern Christmas classic is full of laugh-out-loud moments for the whole family. When Buddy – who was adopted by an elf as a baby and raised on the North Pole – discovers he is in fact not an Elf, he makes the journey to New York to find his father. Much hilarity ensues as Buddy tries to win over his workaholic dad, falls in love with a new co-worker and learns the weird ways of the real world.

Director: Jon Favreau / 2003 / 97mins / Certificate PG

Tickets available on the door.

Mary Poppins (U)

Date: 17th December 2017

Time: 15:00

A film that needs no introduction… What can we say about Mary Poppins that you don’t already know? A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, and we think a feel-good family film helps you get into the festive spirit. There’s a re-make on the cards for this childhood classic, so join in with your favourite songs to relive the magic of the original on the big screen!

Director: Robert Stevenson / 1964 / 139mins / Certificate U

Tickets available on the door.

Arrival (12A)

Date: 7th January 2018

Time: 18:45

From Director Denis Villeneuve, this thrilling sci-fi epic stars Amy Adams, Forest Whitaker and Jeremy Renner. When twelve spacecraft appear across the globe, the American government calls on linguistics expert Professor Louise Banks to help decipher why the beings have landed on Earth. Mixing sci-fi and drama with romance and relationships, this gripping film will have you hooked till the credits.

Director: Denis Villeneuve / 2017 / 116mins / Certificate 12A

Tickets available on the door.

Paterson (15)

Date: 4th February 2018

Time: 18:45

A film to fall in love with, Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson is a quiet alternative movie about a bus driver-cum-poet. Paterson, who has a loving marriage and is happy with his simple life, writes poetry on his breaks, a talent which his wife thinks he should pursue. The simplicity of this ‘week in the life’ story sees the mundane moments combine into a treasure of a film that will stick with you.

Director: Jim Jarmusch / 2016 / 118mins / Certificate 15

Tickets available on the door.

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