Bladerunner 2049 (15)

Date: 14th June 2018

Time: 20:00

Anster Cinema

Officer K (Ryan Gosling), a new blade runner for the Los Angeles Police Department, unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what's left of society into chaos. His discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former blade runner who's been missing for 30 years.

Director: Denis Villeneuve
Year: 2017
Duration: 163m
Certificate: 15
Time: 8pm

Tickets available on the door.

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Dunkirk (12)

Date: 3rd June 2018

Time: 18:45

Anster Cinema

It's May 1940. Germany has advanced into France and Allied troops are trapped on the beaches of Dunkirk. Christopher Nolan's 2017 epic revolves around the safe evacuation of 330,000 French, British, Belgian and Dutch soldiers. Gripping from beginning to end, the journey these men face is one you'll never forget.

Director: Christopher Nolan
Year: 2017
Duration: 107m
Certificate: 12
Time: 6:45pm

Tickets available on the door.

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Lion (PG)

Date: 6th May 2018

Time: 18:45

Anster Cinema

This inspiring true story will pull at your heart strings and grip you to the end. Five-year-old Saroo gets lost in a train and ends up thousands of miles across India, alone. Taken into an orphanage, he is eventually adopted by a couple in Australia. Twenty-five years later, he sets out to find his lost family and return to his first home.

Director: Garth Davis
Year: 2017
Duration: 118m
Certificate: PG
Time: 6:45pm

Tickets available on the door.

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T2 Trainspotting (18)

Date: 12th April 2018

Time: 20:00

Anster Cinema

The original cast is back together for this long-anticipated sequel. After 20 years on the run abroad with £16k of stolen drug money, Mark Renton find himself back home in Edinburgh. He might be long clean of drugs, but his conscience isn't quite clear, and returning to Scotland means facing up to the friends he betrayed.

Director: Danny Boyle
Year: 2017
Duration: 117m
Certificate: 18
Time: 8pm

Tickets available on the door.

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Dirty Dancing (15)

Date: 1st April 2018

Time: 18:45

Anster Cinema

Have the time of your life when we screen this classic romance. On holiday with her parents at a sleepy resort, teenager Baby isn't having the best summer. However, when the resort's dance instructor, Johnny, asks her to be his partner, things take a turn for the better as the pair soon fall in love...

Director: Emile Ardolino
Year: 1987
Duration: 100m
Certificate: 15
Time: 6:45pm

Tickets available on the door.

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The Ladykillers (U)

Date: 28th February 2018

Time: 18:45

Anster Cinema

In partnership with St Ayles Rowing Club (Anstruther), we are thrilled to bring this classic to our screen. A brilliant British black comedy, The Ladykillers sees five eccentric criminals pose as a string quartet in order to rent rooms from a sweet old widow, where they set about planning a heist. Much hilarity and criminal activity ensues, but will the oddball bunch get away with the money?

All profits go to St Ayles Rowing Club (www.staylesrc.org.uk).

Director: Alexander Mackendrick
Year: 1965
Duration: 97m
Certificate: U
Time: 6:45pm

Tickets available on the door.

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By The Law with RM Hubbert

Date: 12th November 2017

Time: 18:45

Anster Cinema

Join us for this very special Anster Cinema screening of By the Law with a live guitar score by R M Hubbert.

Multi-award-winning, post-rock, Scottish composer and song-writer RM Hubbert (aka Hubby) performs his brand new guitar score, commissioned by HippFest, for this pared-back Soviet Western.

Legendary director Lev Kuleshov adapted a short story by Jack London, fashioning a tense, existential study of moral pressure… Three gold prospectors are holed up in a cabin – one driven to murder by greed, the other two wrestling with whether to wait for the snow and ice to thaw and go for the authorities or to take the Law into their own hands.

The stage is set for a claustrophobic drama of raw power, combining naturalism and the grotesque, realism and melodrama… An exhilarating match for the candid and genre-defying music of one of Scotland’s best-loved artists.

Dir. Lev Kuleshov | Soviet Union and Russia | 1926 | 1h 20m

Doors 6:45pm. Event starts 7:15pm.

Tickets are £8 and are available now!

Also available from East Neuk Books, Anstruther.

There will be a cash bar on the night with all proceeds going to the Anstruther Improvements Association.

The By the Law tour is supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network. It is produced by the Hippodrome Silent Film Festival which is supported by Falkirk Community Trust and Creative Scotland.

Paterson (15)

Date: 4th February 2018

Time: 18:45

Anster Cinema

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.

Arrival (12A)

Date: 7th January 2018

Time: 18:45

Anster Cinema

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.

Mary Poppins (U)

Date: 17th December 2017

Time: 15:00

Anster Cinema

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.