Please note that Harborough Cinema does not show adverts before film showings and so the film or broadcast will start close to the advertised start time. For further details about the films and broadcasts shown in this programme please refer to our website at harboroughcinema.uk
Led by a luminous Lesley Manville, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris is a good old-fashioned story charmingly told.
A sly, subversive take on the discovery of Richard III. Sally Hawkins and Steve Coogan star in Stephen Frears’ witty dramatisation of the monarch’s extraction from a Leicester car park.
For thirteen years, the much-anticipated sequel to “Avatar” has required intensive production work. Now, “Avatar: The Way of Water” rewards the long wait with an extravaganza of special effects cinematic spectacle.
Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical brings the classic story back to the screen with a delightful Emma Thompson, dazzling dancing, and a suitably irascible take on the source material.
I Wanna dance with somebody is a joyous, emotional, heart breaking celebration of the life and music of Whitney Houston, one of the greatest female R&B pop vocalists of all time, tracking her journey from obscurity to musical superstardom.
Set in an English seaside town in the early 1980s, Empire of Light is a powerful and poignant story about human connection and the magic of cinema, from Academy Award winning director Sam Mendes.
Till is a profoundly emotional and cinematic film about the true story of Mamie Till Mobley's relentless pursuit of justice for her 14 year old son, Emmett Till, who, in 1955, was brutally lynched while visiting his cousins in Mississippi.
Giles Terera stars in an extraordinary new production of Shakespeare’s most enduring tragedy, directed by Clint Dyer.
Todd Field’s masterly film echoes the slippery genius of its protagonist, a brilliant conductor-composer who toys with her admirers.