Screening at QUAD in March

06 March 2017

Viceroy’s House is director Gurinder Chadha (Bend It Like Beckham) deeply personal film about the last Viceroy of India when the country was given back to its people. Hugh Bonneville is Lord Mountbatten who lives with his wife (Gillian Anderson) and daughter and 500 Hindu, Muslim and Sikh servants. With Manish Dayal, Huma Qureshi, Om Puri (in his final role), Simon Callow and Michael Gambon. Viceroy’s House (12A) is screening from Friday 3rd March

Hidden Figures is an inspiring true story of how three brilliant African-American female scientists masterminded the feat to sending NASA Astronaut John Glenn into space. Starring Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spencer and hip hop superstar Janelle Monáe. Hidden Figures (PG) screens from Friday 3rd to Thursday 9th March

20th Century Women is late 1970’s Southern Californian set drama where Dorothea takes in boarders and doles out motherly advice whilst trying to raise her son. Themes of family, identity and depictions of strong, independent women led by stellar female performances from Annette Bening, Greta Gerwig and Elle Fanning 4 stars – The Guardian. 20th Century Women (15) screens from Friday 3rd – Thursday 9th March

The Time Of Their Lives former Hollywood siren Helen (Joan Collins) escapes her London retirement home with the help of Priscilla (Pauline Collins), a repressed English housewife stuck in a bad marriage, to gate crash Helen’s ex-lover’s funeral at a glamourous French hideaway. The Time Of Their Lives (12A) screens Friday 10th – Thursday 23rd March

Elle directed by Paul Verhoeven, stars Isabelle Huppert (Michèle) is attacked and raped by a masked intruder to her Parisian home. The next day she goes to work as usual, and she is revealed to us anew as the powerful, emotionally infallible CEO of a gaming company. Gradually, we learn about her complex personal life and dark family set to be one of the must-see arthouse titles of the year, 5 stars The Guardian. Elle (18 Subtitles) screens Friday 10th to Thursday 23rd March

The Fits is a psychological portrait of 11-year-old Toni, a tomboy assimilating to a tight-knit dance team in Cincinnati's West End. Enamoured by the power and confidence of this strong community of girls, Toni eagerly tries to fit in. After a mysterious outbreak of fainting spells, Toni's desire for acceptance changes. The Fits (12A) screens Friday 17th to Monday 20th March.

The Founder is the story of Ray Kroc, a salesman who turned two brothers’ innovative fast food eatery McDonalds into one of the biggest restaurant businesses in the world Starring Michael Keaton, Laura Dern, Linda Cardellini and Nick Offerman and John Carroll Lynch. 4 stars, The Guardian The Founder (12A) screens Friday 17th to Thursday 23rd March

Lost In France a documentary which explores the rise of Scotland’s ‘90s independent music scene led by cult label Chemikal Underground. Featuring Mogwai, The Delgados, Bis, Arab Strap and Franz Ferdinand, the bands take a trip to Brittany, reuniting many for the first time in years. Lost In France (15) screens Friday 17th to Monday 20th March (ex Sat 18th)

Canadian enfant terrible Xavier Dolan's It's Only the End of the World boasts an ensemble cast, Gaspard Ulliel plays Louis, Nathalie Baye his whimsical mother; Léa Seydoux his punky sister; Vincent Cassel his volatile brother and Marion Cotillard, Antoine's diminutive sister in law. The story follows Louis as he returns to the troubled family home with an awful secret to share. It’s Only The End Of The World (15) Subtitled (Juste La Fin Du Monde) screens Tuesday 21st to Thursday 23rd March

Lost City Of Z based on author David Granns non-fiction bestseller, tells the incredible true story of British explorer Percy Fawcett, who journeys into the Amazon at the dawn of the 20th century and discovers evidence of a previously unknown, advanced civilization that may have once inhabited the region. Despite ridicule, he attempts to prove his case, ultimately resulting in his mysterious disappearance in 1925. Lost City Of Z (15) screens Friday 24th March to Thursday 6th April

Certain Women a portrait of three women living subtly interlocking lives in rural Montana, striving to forge their own paths in the American Northwest. A deeply affecting, slow burning drama starring Laura Dern, Michelle Williams, Lily Gladstone and Kirsten Stewart 4 stars, The Guardian. Certain Women (12A) screens Friday 24th to Monday 27th March

Trespass Against Us follows the Cutlers, a gang of thieves. Pa (Brendan Gleeson) is head of the clan, but his heir Chad (Michael Fassbender) is torn between two life paths: the outlaw way, where his tightly-honed criminal skills are valued, and something else that might offer different opportunities for his kids. Trespass Against Us (15) screens Sunday 26th to Thursday 30th March