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Coming Soon

Films to look forward to at Phoenix

Coming in October

Gone Girl
Fri 3 - Thu 16 Oct
The riveting new thriller from the director of The Social Network and Zodiac is an adaptation of the internationally best-selling 2012 novel by Gillian Flynn. Ben Affleck stars as Nick Dunne who, on the date of their fifth wedding anniversary, reports to police that his wife Amy (Rosamund Pike) has disappeared. As an intense media spotlight begins to reveal inconsistencies in what Nick describes as a perfect marriage, the suspicious police force and even his close friends begin to wonder, did Nick Dunne kill his wife? Expertly crafted by a master of tension.

Magic in the Moonlight

Fri 10 - Thu 23 Oct
Stanley is a 1920’s stage magician who doesn’t believe in magic, and has spent his life exposing fraudulent psychics. Recruited to visit the Côte d’Azur and test clairvoyant Sophie, he finds himself unable to disprove her readings. Could her ability be real, or is Stanley falling under her spell? A light-hearted rom-com, there’s fizzy chemistry between leads Firth and Stone and a soundtrack of delightful ‘20s tunes including Cole Porter and Bix Beiderbecke.

Fri 24 - Thu 30 Oct

In 1960s Poland, a young novice nun is told she must visit her family before she can take her vows. Visiting her Aunt, a judge and former prosecutor, Ida is shocked when the woman reveals that Ida’s parents were Jewish and her family hides a dark secret dating back to the Nazi occupation. An exercise in minimal filmmaking Pawlikowski’s haunting film is shot in exquisite black and white with each frame looking like a stunning photograph.

Mr. Turner
Fri 31 Oct - Thu 27 Nov
Mike Leigh’s new film stars Timothy Spall on winning form as painter J.M.W Turner. Beginning in 1826 the film focuses on the last quarter-century of Turners’ life, from his life in London with his beloved father, his relationship with a Margate landlady, to risking the wrath of the Royal Academy with his increasingly impressionist works. Spall’s performance is a tour-de-force, his grunting Turner eccentric and humane, a world away from the priggish art-critics and Academy members . A gorgeously-textured biopic from the director of Another Year and Vera Drake.

*Please note date changes may occur, please see Now Showing and brochure for final confirmed listings