The Curzon, Clevedon - coming soon to a cinema near you
By Carol_Deacon | Thursday, March 07, 2013, 11:16
Film fans have one last chance to Hitchcock (12A) on Thursday night which is a love story about one of the most influential filmmakers of the last century, Alfred Hitchcock, and his wife Alma Reville.
Song For Marion
Sammy's Great Escape
It stars Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren and Scarlett Johansson and it told through the lens of their most daring filmmaking adventure: the making of Psycho.
Opening on Friday evening, March 8, at The Curzon, Clevedon is Song For Marion (PG).
Directed by Paul Andrew Williams and starring Terence Stamp, Vanessa Redgrave and Gemma Arterton this comedy drama is about a miserable old man.
The film tells the story of grumpy pensioner Arthur who is reluctantly inspired by his wife to join an unconventional local choir.
With Arthur at odds with his son, it is left to choir director Elizabeth to persuade him to embrace life.
Arthur must confront the undercurrents of his own grumbling persona as he embarks on a life-affirming journey of musical self discovery.
Song For Marion runs at 7.45pm every evening until Thursday, March 14, at the 2pm matinees on Tuesday and Thursday and the CineMa&Baby morning showing on Monday, March 11, at 10.30am.
The Saturday and Sunday, March 9-10, matinees at 2pm are the animation Sammy's Great Escape (U) which is directed by Ben Stassen and voiced by Melanie Griffith, Isabelle Fuhrman and Yuri Lowenthal.
This follows two feisty leatherback turtles from their home ocean to imprisonment in an aquarium; and finally to freedom, as they struggle to reach the beach on which they hatched, accompanied by a madcap gang of fellow sea creaturcean to imprisonment in an aquarium; and finally to freedom, as they struggle to reach the beach on which they
Then back on Friday, March 15, is the award-winning musical masterpiece of misery and the French revolution, Les Miserables (12A).