For each of the film screenings hosted by EoS and LSFM, they will begin at 7pm in the Stephen Langton Theatre, formerly known as the EMMTEC Lecture Theatre.
These screenings are free and exclusive to the students and staff of the University of Lincoln.
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Week One: Monday 16th January 2017
Discovering the prophecy that he will one day be King of Scotland, Macbeth (Michael Fassbender) murders King Duncan (David Thewlis) and seizes the throne.
Directed by Justin Kurzel. Duration: 1hr 53mins. Cert: 15.
Week Two: Monday 23rd January 2017
Peeping Tom (1960)
Following a disturbed childhood, Mark Lewis (Karlheinz Böhm) murders young women, capturing their expressions of terror on film.
Directed by Michael Powell. Duration: 1hr 41mins. Cert: 15.
Week Three: Monday 30th January 2017
Please note that this screening will be commencing at the slightly later time of 8pm…
Four Lions (2010)
A group of incompetent jihadists attempt a terrorist attack.
Directed by Christopher Morris. Duration: 1hr 37mins. Cert: 15.
Week Four: Monday 6th February 2017
Night and the City (1950)
Con man Harry Fabian (Richard Widmark) becomes the promoter of Greek wrestler Gregorius (Stanislaus Zbyszko). However, when the star unexpectedly dies, Harry’s life spirals out of control.
Directed by Jules Dassin. Duration: 1hr 41mins. Cert: PG.
Week Five: Monday 13th February 2017
I, Daniel Blake (2016)
Denied benefits despite being unfit to work, Daniel Blake (Dave Johns) helps single mother Katie (Hayley Squires) as she finds herself in a similar situation.
Directed by Ken Loach. Duration: 1hr 40mins. Cert: 15.
Week Six: Monday 20th February 2017
The Three Musketeers (1973)
Young swordsman D’Artagnan (Michael York) moves to Paris and joins the three musketeers to bring down the corrupt Cardinal Richelieu.
Directed by Richard Lester. Duration: 1hr 46mins. Cert: U.
Week Seven: Monday 27th February 2017
Man on Wire (2008)
“The artistic crime of the century,” this documentary explores Philippe Petit’s high-wire routine in 1974, performed between the World Trade Center’s twin towers.
Directed by James Marsh. Duration: 1hr 34mins. Cert: 12.
Week Eight: Monday 6th March 2017
Set in a dystopian future, a low-key bureaucrat becomes an enemy of the state.
Directed by Terry Gilliam. Duration: 2hrs 12mins. Cert: 15.
Week Nine: Monday 13th March 2017
Red Road (2006)
Working as a CCTV operator, Jackie (Kate Dickie) must confront ex-convict Clyde (Tony Curran) when he appears on her monitor. Soon, she develops an obsession.
Directed by Andrea Arnold. Duration: 1hr 53mins. Cert: 18.
Week Ten: Monday 20th March 2017
Chicken Run (2000)
When cockerel Rocky (Mel Gibson) crashes into their farm, a group of chickens plan to escape the evil grasp of Mrs Tweedy (Miranda Richardson).
Directed by Peter Lord and Nick Park. Duration: 1hr 24mins. Cert: U.
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