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Full House for New Season

Wes Anderson's 'Grand Budapest Hotel' got a spontaneous round of applause from a packed house at our opening night recently. Extra chairs had to be laid out at the last minute, so apologies for the late start but cheers for

We apologise for the inconvenience.

Sorry… we had some unexpected technical problem with the website this week. The main problem (with the events calendar) has now been fixed and we are in the process of re-listing our forthcoming programme of films for the next couple

Yes we are still here…!

If you have come to look for details of forthcoming films and found a distinct absence of information please be reassured, Moving Image is alive and well and has a great programme of movies for January and Febrary 2014! We’ve

Le Weekend (15)

Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan are superb actors who manage, in this film, to persuade the audience that they have been together for thirty years. ¬†During a weekend in Paris to ‘celebrate’ this achievement, they go through an arc of


When the beloved cellist of a world-renowned string quartet receives a life changing diagnosis, the group’s future suddenly hangs in the balance: suppressed emotions, competing egos, and uncontrollable passions threaten to derail years of friendship and collaboration. As they are


Boy meets girl meets typewriter in this thoughtful, witty French take on classic Hollywood romcoms. PHILLIP FRENCH WRITES AN ENTHUSIASTIC REVIEW IN THE GUARDIAN: In many ways Populaire is a companion piece to Michel Hazanavicius’s Oscar-winning The Artist in its


The superb third film in Richard Linklater’s series captures the melancholy of long-term romance In Before Sunrise, the actors (whose improvisations and revisions added much to an original script by Richard Linklater and Kim Krizan) played two sparky young travellers

Movies at the Loveless

Whilst we all wait to hear news of developments at our old base, the Phillip Road Centre, Moving Image screenings will generally be at the William Loveless Hall, on Tuesday evenings starting at 7:30pm. Heres a link to a GOOGLE


“Drummers are axiomatically the madmen of rock, but there’s never been a mad drummer quite like Ginger Baker, subject of this hugely enjoyable documentary profile. It gets off to a magnificent start, with a scene of the 73-year-old Baker attacking

Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (15)

When famous DJ Alan Partridge’s radio station is taken over by a new media conglomerate, it sets in motion a chain of events which see Alan having to work with the police to defuse a potentially violent siege. ¬†Alan Partridge