Hebden Bridge Picture House | FILMS SHOWING

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Fri 31st October, Sat 1st , Sat 2nd and Thurs 6th November
A passion project for Emma Thompson (who wrote and stars in the film), this compelling drama explores Victorian social and sexual mores via the true story of Effie Gray (Dakota Fanning). Gray was the young bride of art critic John Ruskin (Greg Wise).

Sat 1st & Sun 2nd November
This sequel returns to the inspiring story of courageous bottlenose dolphin Winter, setting its scene several years after her initial rescue and new prosthetic tail treatment. The original cast, including Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd, are back as well.

Mon 3rd to Weds 5th November
David Fincher (Fight Club) takes on Gillian Flynn’s internationally bestselling thriller, a taut and pacey page-turner that shifts between the viewpoints of two exceptionally untrustworthy narrators and gloriously magnifies the lies and frustrations of a very dysfunctional marriage.

Thursday 6th November
Join us for an, adrenalin filled evening to help raise funds for Calder Valley Search and Rescue Team. This is a charity event hosted by CVSRT with all proceeds going to the team.

Multi award-winning filmmaker Alastair Lee presents the Brit Rock Film Tour on the big screen. The first homegrown adventure tour to emerge from the vibrant UK filmmaking industry.

Friday 7th – Sunday 9th, Thurs 13th November
Strongly tipped for acting awards glory, The Judge boasts stand-out performances from Robert Downey Jr and Robert Duvall. Downey plays the super confident, big city lawyer Hank Palmer, who returns to his home town when his father (Duvall), the town’s judge, is suspected of murder.

Sat 8th and Sun 9th November
Animal Farm was the first animated feature produced in Britain, John Halas and Joy Batchelor adaptation of George Orwell’s allegorical novel. The original 1945 novel was Orwell’s spin on the rise and fall of the Communist myth.

Sunday 9th November
Many documentaries seek to kick-start environmental movements, reverse death row sentences or even change laws. But few come with the kind of ideological ambition of Citizenfour, a movie of grand scope that also tells an intimate personal story.

Mon 10th – Thurs 13th
Jack O’Connell (Starred Up) gives another notable performance in Yann Demange’s hotly awaited feature debut ’71. It depicts a violent Belfast at the height of the Troubles in 1971 with O’Connell starring as new recruit Private Gary Hook, a British soldier who faces dire consequences when he is separated from his unit during a riot in the city.