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The Cinematic North East

July - September 2018

This summer we celebrate the history of our region on film through a season of special screenings and events celebrating cinematic classics set in (and shot in) the North East of England.

The first films are on sale now with more special events set to be announced soon.

The Cinematic North East programme

Women in Love
Wednesday 25 July, 20:00

Newcastle on Film
Dementia Friendly Cinema screening: Thursday 28 July, 13:30

Geordie Jazz Man
Friday 29 July, 20:30

Road + The Bedlington Miners’ Picnic
Sunday 29 July, 16:00

Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone 
Saturday 28 July
Sunday 29 July (Access Cinema)

Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets  
Saturday 11 August
Sunday 12 August (Access Cinema)

Payroll
Saturday 4 August, 15:00

Purely Belter 
Thursday 9 August, 20:00

Atonement
Sunday 12 August, 15:00 & Tuesday 14 August, 15:30

I Am Nasrine plus filmmaker Q&A
Monday 13 August, 18:00

Macbeth (1971)
Thursday 16 August, 20:15

Days Of Hope Parts 1 & 2
Sat 18 Aug, 14:30

Days Of Hope Part 3 + Ken Loach Q&A
Tue 21 Aug, 18:00

Days Of Hope Part 4
Sat 25 Aug, 14:00

The Devils 
Wednesday 5 September, 20:30   

Get Carter plus Get Carter Redux
Saturday 8 September, 20:00

United Kingdom
Thursday 13 September, 20:30

Amber Collective Screening
Sunday 16 September, 16:00

We’re just confirming some potential special guests for the following films and hope to have dates confirmed soon. If you would like to be added to a waiting list for tickets, please email boxoffice@tynesidecinema.co.uk or call us on 0191 227 5500 leaving your name, contact telephone number and how many tickets you would like.

I, Daniel Blake

T Dan Smith: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Utopia 

Stormy Monday

Billy Elliott

Supported by Our North by Film Hub North, part of the BFI Film Audience Network awarding funds from The National Lottery.