Pictureville Presents: Cinema at the Mill

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor
Theatre in the Mill
Credit: Theatre in the Mill

Pictureville Presents: Cinema at the Mill at Theatre in the Mill, Bradford 11 April — 11 May 2024 Tickets from £5.00 — Book now

With the Pictureville and IMAX temporarily out of action, Bradford film fans can head over to Theatre in the Mill for a five week programme of cult, classic, and international cinema this Spring. Curated in collaboration with University of Bradford students and the team at Theatre in the Mill audiences can look forward to themed double bills, Anime Afternoons each Saturday, and Light Lunch Cinema—screenings of gentle film favourites on Thursdays and Fridays at 12.00pm.

Highlights still to come include two exciting British Pakistani films (Saturday 4 May) in the form of Mogul Mowgli starring Riz Ahmed as a rapper struck down by a career-threatening illness, and Polite Society, Nida Manzoor’s fabulous mash-up martial arts coming-of-age movie. There’s also space for a “Yorkshire in Love” double bill (Thursday 9 May) featuring emerging superstar Josh O’Connor in Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country and Clio Barnard’s acclaimed Bradford-set romance Ali & Ava.

Sprinkled in are crowd pleasers such as whimsical French classic, Amélie (Friday 3 May), Wes Anderson’s charming stop-motion adaptation of Fantastic Mr Fox (Thursday 9 May) and Ben Wheatley’s wicked black comedy Sightseers (Saturday 11 May). While anime fans can catch some lesser-screened titles such as Masashi Ando’s The Deer King (Saturday 4 May) or epic sci-fi Promare (Saturday 11 May).

Pictureville Presents: Cinema at the Mill at Theatre in the Mill, Bradford 11 April — 11 May 2024 Tickets from £5.00 Book now

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