Rebellious Turkish girls, Jane Austen’s Susan is finally screened and Far From The Madding Crowd at the Roxy
Pining for another Pride and Prejudice remake? Fear not, Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan is brought to the screen at Bristol’s Watershed in May when Kate Beckinsale and Chloë Sevigny reunite with director Whit Stillman donning hats, cloaks and empire line gowns.
A modern story of youthful rebellion is screened in May at the watershed with the Turkish film Mustang. Five young sisters living in a coastal Turkish village on the Black Sea are placed under the tyrannical regime of nasty old grown-ups wedded to religion and dogma. Deniz Gamze Ergüven directs his first major film.
Meanwhile at the Axbridge Roxy, one the country’s smallest cinemas there’s the 2015 version of Far From The Madding Crowd, plus Everest, Legend and the 1996 movie Big Night.
And Bath’s Little Theatre Cinema’s vintage Sunday’s continue with The Big Lebowski and Cinema Paradiso.
The Roxy 36 High Street, Axbridge BS26 2AF. Telephone: 07725 051523. www.axbridgeroxy.org.uk Films in April and May include Far From The Madding Crowd (12); Everest (12A); Legend (18) and Big Night (15).
Little Theatre Cinema St Michael’s Place, Bath BA1 1SF. Tel: 0871 902 5735. www.picturehouses.com/cinema/The_Little. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Films in April and May include Dheepan ; High-Rise ; Eye in the Sky ; Victoria ; Breakfast at Tiffany’s [PG]; Eyes of Laura Mars ; In the Mood for Love [PG]; La Piscine [12A]; The Big Lebowski ; and Cinema Paradiso [PG].
Watershed 1 Canon’s Road, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5TX. Tel: 0117 927 6444; Box Office: 0117 927 5100; email@example.com Films in April and May include Couple in a Hole 12A; Dheepan 15; The Brand New Testament 15; Son of Saul 15 and Arabian Nights: Volumes 1,2,3.