PROGRAMME

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CAMPBELL PARK---THURSDAY---9 AUGUST


7pm
Days of Heaven (15)
Running time: 95 mins

Bill and Abby move from Chicago to Texas to work on the farm of a rich, dying landowner and, whilst posing as brother and sister, hatch a plan to capitalise on the landowner's love for the young woman.  Terance Malick's film is generally considered to be one of the most beautiful films ever made; shot mainly during the 'golden hour' preceding twilight this is an elegiac and masterful film.


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CAMPBELL PARK---FRIDAY---10 AUGUST


11am
Living Archive People’s Stories from Milton Keynes (U)
Running time: 60 mins


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2pm
Days of Heaven (15)
Running time: 95 mins


Bill and Abby move from Chicago to Texas to work on the farm of a rich, dying landowner and, whilst posing as brother and sister, hatch a plan to capitalise on the landowner's love for the young woman.  Terance Malick's film is generally considered to be one of the most beautiful films ever made; shot mainly during the 'golden hour' preceding twilight this is an elegiac and masterful film.


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7pm
A Ghost Story (12A)
Running time: 92 mins


Director Lowery's film starts off in typical US indie-film love story territory before making a massive swerve when the lead character is killed off in a car crash and comes back to his home as a ghost.  What starts off as a fair enough romantic drama transforms into a profoundly moving study of grief and existential meditation on time.

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CAMPBELL PARK---SATURDAY---11 AUGUST


11am – 12 noon
Floating Cinema Drop In – come and visit us, see the cinema, pick up a programme and find out more!



2pm
Africa at the Pictures presents
Wallay (PG)
Running time: 84 mins

A winning combination of witty comedy and sweet natured drama, Wallay finds a young boy coming of age in a different culture. Ady is sent to his father’s hometown in Burkina Faso to learn about the importance of home. An all-too-relevant tale about finding one’s place in the world.


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8pm
Labyrinth (PG)
Running time: 1hr 41 mins

A 16-year-old girl is given 13 hours to solve a labyrinth and rescue her baby brother when her wish for him to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King. Come and enjoy this 80’s classic, featuring fantastic Jim Henson puppets and David Bowie in tights.

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CAMPBELL PARK---SUNDAY---12 AUGUST


2pm
Way of the Morris (F)
Running time: 64 mins


Award-winning filmmaker, Tim Plester, revisits his childhood home town to explore its relationship with the much-maligned Morris dance.  He follows the fortunes of the traditional dance through the twentieth century; from its early popularity, to the folk-rock influenced revival of the 1970s.

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7pm
Dark Days (15)
Running time: 80 mins


Cult documentary follows the lives of a community of New York homeless people who make their home in the underground subways of the transport system. Gritty and uncompromising and propelled by a superb score by D.J. Shadow this is a powerful and thought-provoking film that needs to be seen in this time of rising homelessness.

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CAMPBELL PARK---THURSDAY---16 AUGUST


2pm
Couple in a Hole (12)
Running time: 105 mins

Following their bereavement, a Scottish couple make a hole in the ground in a forest in the Pyrenees their home. Richly atmospheric and claustrophobic the film builds in intensity to a genuinely disquieting finale.


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CAMPBELL PARK---FRIDAY---17 AUGUST
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11am
Living Archive People’s Stories from Milton Keynes (U)
Running time: 60 mins

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7pm
Penda’s Fen (15)
Running time: 90 mins
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An astonishing, unique masterpiece that uses a young man's spiritual and sexual awakening as the fulcrum for a portrait of the land we call home and its mythical and cultural roots. 

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CAMPBELL PARK---SATURDAY---18 AUGUST
( FLYOVER )


11am – 12 noon
Floating Cinema Drop In – come and visit us, see the cinema, pick up a programme and find out more!


2pm
New Town Utopia (U)
Running time: 90 mins


What happened when we built Utopia? New Town Utopia is feature documentary about the power of art, architecture, the state of the nation – and some rather angry puppets.

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8pm
High Rise (18)
Running time: 1hr 59mins

The film is set in a luxury tower block during the 1970’s. Featuring a wealth of modern conveniences, the building allows its residents to become gradually disinterested in the outside world. The building begins to fail, the tensions between residents rise and anarchy soon descends.

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CAMPBELL PARK---SUNDAY---19 AUGUST
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7pm
Beast (15)
Running time: 107 mins

Jersey is both home and a metaphorical prison for Moll until she meets kindred spirit, Pascal, whose way of life offers her passion and freedom. But this may come at a cost when she discovers he was a suspect in a brutal murder. A compelling psychological drama and an auspicious debut feature from the director, Michael Pearce.

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CAMPBELL PARK---THURSDAY---23 AUGUST
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7pm
Over the Edge (15)
Running time: 95 mins

Bored teenagers in a new town community on the edge of the desert in Colorado begin to spiral out of control under the influence of drugs, violence and their own youthful rebellion against the sterile community being built by their elders. A classic cult film starring a very young Matt Dillon.


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CAMPBELL PARK---FRIDAY---24 AUGUST
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11am
Living Archive People’s Stories from Milton Keynes (U)
Running time: 60 mins

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8pm
Arcadia (12A)
Running time: 78 mins
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Using 100 years of archive footage, director Paul Wright explores our relationship with the land. Complemented by a new soundtrack by Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Will Gregory (Goldfrapp) the film takes us on a sensory, visceral journey through the contrasting seasons, taking in folk carnivals and fetes, masked parades, water divining and harvesting.


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CAMPBELL PARK---SATURDAY---25 AUGUST
( FLYOVER )


11am – 12 noon
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2pm
Africa at the Pictures presents
Waithira (12A)
Running time: 71mins

Eva Njoki Munyiri left her birth country, Kenya, aged 14 and has lived in 3 different continents since then, leaving her somewhat “rootless” and without a home. 
Her journey to discover who her paternal grandmother was, named Waithira, was leads her to Germany, Wales and Kenya. Waithira explores the director’s intimate history and its intersections with forgotten Kenyan history, pop culture and the diaspora.


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8pm
Wizard of Oz (PG) 
Running time: 1hr 42mins


Dorothy Gale is swept away from a farm in Kansas to a magical land of Oz in a tornado and embarks on a quest with her new friends to see the Wizard who can help her return home to Kansas and help her friends as well.

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CAMPBELL PARK---SUNDAY---26 AUGUST
( FLYOVER )


2pm
Sleep Furiously (U)
Running time: 94 mins


This gentle, observational film studies the day to day life of a small farming community in Wales and its relationship to the land.  Poetic, intimate and funny, the film looks at the challenges and the joys facing this rural community and the people who have made it their home.

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7pm
Grey Gardens (PG)
Running time: 100mins


Grey Gardens is the name of the crumbling mansion in the Hamptons where eccentric mother and daughter Big Edie and Little Edie bicker and reminisce about the privileged society past. The Maysles Brothers' intimate portrait of the women and their home has become a cult classic which has been made into a feature film and spawned a number of spin offs including the recently released ‘That Summer’.


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