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Tagged: Young Barbican


Science on Screen: Robocop (18) + presentation

Paul Verhoeven transports us to a lawless Detroit, where Officer Alex Murphy becomes a cybernetic soldier code-named Robocop.


If Beale Street Could Talk (15)

The much-anticipated follow up from Moonlight director Barry Jenkins is an emotionally charged portrait of a young black couple in 1970s New York City.

Stage Russia: Smile Upon Us, Lord

Afternoon Arts: Stage Russia: Smile Upon Us, Lord (15)

Rimas Tuminas' adaptation of two novels by fellow Lithuanian, Grigory Kanovich, is a dreamy, comedic road trip, centring on the fortunes of Eastern European Jews at the start of the 20th century. 

Der Fan

My Twisted Valentine: Der Fan (18)

Pop idols profess their undying love for us; serenade us from our screens; gaze seductively down at us from the posters on our walls. But the reality is all illusion; a glossy sham. 

Moomins in the Winter Wonderland

Moomins and the Winter Wonderland (U)

We know it's not only children that love Tove Jansson's moomins, so after a sell-out screening at Framed Film Festival, we present their latest adventure in a screening for everyone.


New East Cinema: Ága (#) + ScreenTalk

An Inuit couple try to hold on to their traditions in Siberia’s tundra as the modern world and global warming bring challenges to their lifestyle in Bulgarian director Milko Lazarov's stunning film.

Exhibition on Screen: Goya

Afternoon Arts: Goya – Visions of Flesh and Blood (PG)

Heir to Velázquez, hero to Picasso. Discover Spain’s celebrated artist with this cinematic tour de force based on the National Gallery’s must-see exhibition Goya: The Portraits.

From the Metropolitan Opera's production of La Fille du Régiment

Met Opera Live in HD: La Fille du Régiment (#)

Full of wit and invention, Donizetti’s comic opera is a delight. The famous aria “Ah, Mes Amis,” with its nine high Cs, is one of opera’s most show-stopping numbers.