When E.B., the Easter Bunny's teenage son heads to Hollywood to become a drummer in a rock 'n' roll band, he is taken in by out-of-work slacker who hits him with his car, though he's not exactly the best house guest...
Alain Resnais’ extraordinary dreamlike film returns as part of A Guide To The Art Of Cinema.
Noah Baumbach (the man behind the wonderful Frances Ha) invites you to join his mid-life crisis with this touching tale of a couple who try to reinvigorate their lives by befriending two twenty-something hipsters.
An exceedingly original love story from the enormously talented new Swedish director Ester Martin Bergsmark.
Ridley Scott’s sci-fi masterpiece returns to the big screen thanks to the BFI.
This early silent German expressionist Sci-Fi epic is one of Cinema's most influential films.
Giuseppe Tornatore’s enchanting masterpiece returns again to Tyneside Cinema.
Jean Luc Godard’s enormously influential debut feature returns to our screens.
Drive star Ryan Gosling makes his directorial debut with this visually beautiful art movie about a mother struggling to protect her kids in a dreamlike city.
Thomas Vinterberg's tale of family reunion and shallow-buried secrets kicked off an entire European filmmaking movement in the form of Dogme 95.
Duane Hopkins follows his eye-cathcing debut Better Things, with this tough and tender thriller starring Pride's George MacKay.
Dame Helen Mirren takes on the Nazis, based on a stirring true story.
Experience Kurt Cobain like never before in the first fully authorized portrait of the famed rock music icon.
Roman Polanski's superbly tense, lean, mean directorial debut.
Guillermo del Toro's chilling and emotional tale of a young girl in Franco’s fascist Spain in 1944 is one of the greatest films to come from Spain.
Wim Wenders marked his return to Germany with this romantic, melancholy but affirmative fable that celebrates the complex mythical associations of Berlin.
Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki presents this road movie about the adventures of a fictional Russian rock band that travels to the United States to become famous.
Oska Bright, the first ever film festival to be run by people with a learning disability, showing films made by people with learning disabilities from around the world, returns to Tyneside Cinema with a brilliant selection of short films to entertain and amaze everyone.
Acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard (Shakespeare in Love, Arcadia, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead) returns to the National Theatre with his highly-anticipated new play The Hard Problem, directed by Nicholas Hytner (Othello, Hamlet, One Man, Two Guvnors).
British acting royalty, Alan Rickman takes to the director’s chair and stars in this sumptuous period drama.
A safe bet to be one of this year’s most inspirational and heartwarming films.
A gleefully uncomfortable, Cannes award winning sensation about a model Swedish family who find their dynamic shaken to its core when they are involved in an avalanche during a holiday in the French Alps.
A modern masterpiece of Italian cinema, an Oscar winning tale of hedonism and lost love.
The darkly funny first installment of Roy Anderesson's 'living' trilogy.
Yuri Grigorovich’s powerful and fascinating epic dramatises Ivan the Terrible’s controversial reign, and portrays events in 16th-century Russia in visually stunning scenes.
One of world cinema’s most important and influential films, Ingmar Bergman's visually striking existential morality play, is often imitated but never bettered.
Roy Andersson’s captivating follow-up to Songs From The second Floor is another wonderfully absurd mixture of loosely connected stories.
One of the most controversial films to come out of Europe in the 90's, about film crew following a heartless killer as he goes about his daily routine.
Michael Haneke’s disturbingly violent, controversial and subversive film about a family held hostage by two violent young men.
Mercury-nominated Sunderland act Field Music bring their live accompaniment to John Grierson's seminal silent documentary Drifters to the Tyneside Cinema.
Coming fifteen years after Anderson’s first entry in the series, the latest part of his utterly unique ‘Living Trilogy’ is a heavenly series of comic sketches about existence.
Maise Williams (TV’s Game Of Thrones) and Maxine Peake star in this absorbing drama set in an all-girls school in the late 60s, as a hysterical fainting epidemic mysteriously sweeps through following a tragedy.
Tynesiders Assemble! We’re bringing you Earth’s Mightiest Heroes with the highly-anticipated follow up to the most successful superhero film of all time.
Penelope Cruz stars in Pedro Almodóvar's gorgeous thriller about love and loss across three generations of a family.
Opera’s most enduring tragic double bill returns in an evocative new production from Sir David McVicar, who sets the action across two time periods but in the same Sicilian village.
Regarded as one of the greatest romantic films of international cinema, Les Enfants Du Paradis was produced during the Nazi occupation of France, so its very existence is somewhat miraculous.
Clearly you're all desperate to see James Franco trapped underneath a rock again as Danny Boyle's incredible and intense tale of human spirit returns to the Tyneside after you voted to bring it back!
Thomas Hardy’s turbulent romantic classic is re-invigorated with this new film adaption from Thomas Vinterburg (The Hunt).
Based on the centuries-old Czechoslovakian legend, this fever dream of a film concerns itself with a group of pillaging feudal lords.
Werner Herzog’s internationally acclaimed breakthrough film is based on the famous story of mysterious 19th century child genius Kasper Hauser, played by Bruno Schleinstein, who the director discovered and promptly cast in the film despite his lack of acting experience.
Blue is the first of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s The Three Colours Trilogy, themed on the French Revolutionary ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity.
White is the second of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s The Three Colours Trilogy, themed on the French Revolutionary ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity.
The final installment in Krzysztof Kieslowski's 'The Three Colours Trilogy' which examines the French Revolutionary Ideals.
Director Cristian Mungiu's drama unfolds in Romania in the late '80s, during the last waning days of Communist rule; birth control is illegal and abortion is a crime punishable by death.
An ingeniously plotted, dreamy and heart-breaking film set in the rubble-strewn labyrinth of post-war Berlin, as disfigured concentration-camp survivor searches for the husband who might have betrayed her to the Nazis.
Academy Award nominee Ralph Fiennes (The English Patient, Schindler’s List; Oedipus at the National Theatre) plays Jack Tanner in this exhilarating reinvention of George Bernard Shaw’s witty, provocative classic.
BAFTA winner and Academy Award® nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor takes the title role in this dynamic new production of one of English drama’s oldest plays.
Polly Findlay (Arden of Faversham 2014) directs Shakespeare’s uncompromising drama set in the melting pot of Venice in which trade is god.
Academy Award nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC’s Sherlock, The Imitation Game, Frankenstein at the National Theatre) takes on the title role of Shakespeare’s great tragedy.
After leaving us shaken and stirred with the box office smash Skyfall, Daniel Craig and director Sam Mendes returns with the 24th Bond outting that pits 007 against the evil organisation SPECTRE.
Grab your lightsaber and get ready to go into light speed because the biggest Sci-Fi franchise of all-time is about to blast into the Tyneside Cinema.