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Saturday 10, April

Raya and the Last Dragon

Raya and the Last Dragon

PG

Saturday 10, April

Sunday 11, April

Raya and the Last Dragon

Raya and the Last Dragon

PG

Sunday 11, April

Thursday 15, April

Raya and the Last Dragon

Raya and the Last Dragon

PG

Thursday 15, April

Friday 16, April

The Conductor

The Conductor

PG

Friday 16, April

Saturday 17, April

The Conductor

The Conductor

PG

Saturday 17, April

Sunday 18, April

Six Minutes to Midnight

Six Minutes to Midnight

PG, violent scenes, mature themes.

Sunday 18, April

The Conductor

The Conductor

PG

Sunday 18, April

Tuesday 20, April

Fridays for Future, PEI presents: I Am Greta

Fridays for Future, PEI presents: I Am Greta

PG

Tuesday 20, April

Wednesday 21, April

Fridays for Future, PEI presents: I Am Greta

Fridays for Future, PEI presents: I Am Greta

PG

Wednesday 21, April

Thursday 22, April

Fridays for Future, PEI presents: I Am Greta

Fridays for Future, PEI presents: I Am Greta

PG

Thursday 22, April

Friday 23, April

My Salinger Year

My Salinger Year

PG

Friday 23, April

Saturday 24, April

The Conductor

The Conductor

PG

Saturday 24, April

My Salinger Year

My Salinger Year

PG

Saturday 24, April

Sunday 25, April

My Salinger Year

My Salinger Year

PG

Sunday 25, April

Thursday 29, April

My Salinger Year

My Salinger Year

PG

Thursday 29, April

Friday 30, April

Perfumes

Perfumes

PG

Friday 30, April

Saturday 1, May

Perfumes

Perfumes

PG

Saturday 1, May

Sunday 2, May

Perfumes

Perfumes

PG

Sunday 2, May

Fridays for Future, PEI presents: I Am Greta

Fridays for Future, PEI presents: I Am Greta

PG

Dir: Nathan Grossman, Sweden, 2020. Greta Thunberg, Malena Ernman, Pope Francis English and Swedish with English subtitles The story of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg is told through compelling, never-before-seen footage in this intimate documentary from Swedish director Nathan Grossman. Starting with her one-person school strike for climate action outside the Swedish Parliament, Grossman follows Greta - a shy student with Asperger’s - in her rise to prominence and her galvanizing global impact as she sparks school strikes around the world. The film culminates with her extraordinary wind-powered voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to speak at the UN Climate Action Summit in New York City.

Tuesday 20, April

Wednesday 21, April

Thursday 22, April

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My Salinger Year

My Salinger Year

PG

Dir: Philippe Falardeau, Canada/Ireland, 2020. Margaret Qualley, Sigourney Weaver, Douglas Booth "My Salinger Year is a lovely, captivating film based on the memoir by Joanna Rakoff about working at the venerable Madison Avenue literary agency that represented iconic author J.D. Salinger. Margaret Qualley plays the endearingly driven Rakoff circa 1995 as she leaves graduate school and moves east to the Big Apple to become a writer, inspired by having sold two poems to the Paris Review... Joanna finds a job as the assistant to old school lit agent Margaret (Sigourney Weaver), who consigns her new hire to such mundane tasks as typing dictation and answering Salinger's passionate fan mail... Although she's never read The Catcher in the Rye, she forms a kinship with both Salinger and his adoring admirers... Her empathy for the author's fans leads Joanna to take matters into her own naïve hands, to amusing and unpredictable effect. Joanna's journey of creative and emotional enlightenment - including the balancing act of trying to write when consumed by a day job - is managed with grace, tenderness and touching credibility by a wonderfully winning Qualley in concert with the smart, engaging direction and screenplay." - Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times

Friday 23, April

Saturday 24, April

Sunday 25, April

Thursday 29, April

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Perfumes

Perfumes

PG

Dir: Grégory Magne, France, 2020. Emmanuelle Devos, Grégory Montel, Zélie Rixhon In French with English subtitles. "A middle-aged love story? Yes, possibly, but this gentle comedy drama is as subtle as the fragrances our protagonist conjures up. Anne Walberg is a professional 'nose' - someone whose sense of smell is so precise they are sought after for everything from perfume creation (at least, she used to be) to corporate jobs disguising the horrible smell seeping from a factory into a nearby village. Her reputation took a knock a few years ago and as she tries to rebuild it, she happens upon Guillaume - a single dad, himself looking for direction. He is tasked with chauffeuring the aloof Anne on her rounds. As the story develops, so too does their relationship... What begins as a master and servant dynamic eases into something more even and co-dependent. It’s the type of companionship you rarely look for in life, but are happy for when it arrives. As with most Gallic rom-coms, it’s shot and presented in an unassuming and casual way - stylish and sexy without ever really attempting to be either. You know, French. I found the performances captivating, particularly the dishevelled Guillaume’s Robin Williams-esque attempts to maintain a relationship with his daughter... When Harry Met Sally for people old enough to know better." - Jamie East, The Sun

Friday 30, April

Saturday 1, May

Sunday 2, May

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Raya and the Last Dragon

Raya and the Last Dragon

PG

Dir: Don Hall, Carlos López Estrada, US, 2021. Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina, Gemma Chan "Disney’s latest offering casts Star Wars’ Kelly Marie Tran as the voice of its south-east Asian princess protagonist, the sword-wielding Raya. Her mission is to unite all five pieces of a broken gem containing dragon magic, as well as the fictional Kumandra’s divided regions, in order to defeat a swirling purple plague called the Druun. There is an incandescence and a buoyancy to the animation that elevates the formula. Husky-voiced comedian Awkwafina is captivating as cuddly water dragon Sisu, her goofy earnestness in the same league as Robin Williams’s Genie." - Simran Hans, The Guardian (UK). "A joyous experience that champions a hopeful optimism in humanity’s ability to trust one another... the best animated Disney film since Moana." - The Observer. "An ambitious family film that will work for all ages, and one that never talks down to its audience while presenting them with an entertaining, thought-provoking story. It also contains some of the most striking imagery Disney has ever produced, dropping its characters in a world that feels both classic and new at the same time." - rogerebert.com

Saturday 10, April

Sunday 11, April

Thursday 15, April

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Six Minutes to Midnight

Six Minutes to Midnight

PG, violent scenes, mature themes.

Dir: Andy Goddard, UK, 2020. Jim Broadbent, Judi Dench, Eddie Izzard Summer 1939 - Hitler’s power is growing and tensions between the UK and Germany are at boiling point. The Augusta Victoria College, a finishing school for daughters and god-daughters of the Nazi elite on the south-coast of England, is under close scrutiny after the mysterious disappearance of their teacher Mr. Wheatley. The school governess, Miss Rocholl (Judi Dench), hires journeyman teacher Thomas Miller (Eddie Izzard) to replace Wheatley and help prepare the girls for the Anglo-German fellowship. Thomas slowly raises the suspicions of Ilse Keller, the girls’ German tutor, who has secrets of her own. Caught in the crossfire, Thomas is framed for murder and goes on the run to clear his name and uncover Ilse’s true plan for the girls. Can he stop her before it's too late? Six Minutes to Midnight is a period thriller inspired by the real Augusta Victoria College for girls on the south coast-of England that taught German girls throughout the 1930s and only closed at the outbreak of WW2. "The dramatic location and period details are just right... Fine historical spy thriller entertainment, solid performances and a glimpse into a little-known, unsettling bit of British history." - Cate Marquis, The St. Louis Jewish Light

Sunday 18, April

The Conductor

The Conductor

PG

The Conductor Dir: Maria Peters, The Netherlands, 2020. Christanne de Bruijn, Benjamin Wainwright, Scott Turner Schofield In English, Dutch, and German, with English subtitles Winner, People's Choice Award, Denver International Film Festival This inspiring transatlantic musical biopic is based on the true story of the brilliant Antonia Brico, the first woman to ever conduct a symphony orchestra. Born in the Netherlands and brought to the United States as a child in the 1920s, Antonia's musical gifts soon guide her to want to lead an orchestra, an unimaginable idea for a woman in the male-dominated orchestral music scene of the time. Dissuaded from such dreams by successive music teachers, Antonia is undaunted. She returns to the Netherlands where she meets the famous conductor Willem Mengelberg, who actually encourages her dream and arranges for her to study in Berlin. She also meets Frank, perhaps the love of her life but a somewhat conventional man who is not sure about Antonia's ambitions. After two years of intense life and study at the State Academy of Music in Berlin, is Antonia ready to take up the baton? Will she be permitted to? And will her dream of conducting destroy her love life? Set against the riotous and increasingly darkening interwar historical period of the late 1920s and 1930, The Conductor is an engaging story of passion and commitment, with an impressive performance by Christanne de Bruijn.

Friday 16, April

Saturday 17, April

Sunday 18, April

Saturday 24, April

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