CLASSIC cinema and modern masterpiece movies are being shown at Gainsborough’s Trinity Arts in the next week as part of a great season of films.
The cinematic feast kicks off on Friday 29th July at 1.30pm a Silver Screen Matinee of Breakfast At Tiffanys.
Now 50-years-old but still remarkably fresh, this classic Hollywood tale of a Manhattan socialite and the merry dance she shares with an aspiring writing never fails to warm the heart with its cocktail of wit, charm and romance.
Then, later that evening at , Trinity Arts will be screening The Messenger.
Serving out the final months of his enlistment, a wounded US soldier is given the job of messenger to the next-of-kin of those who have died in Iraq. Warned about keeping an emotional distance, when the soldier meets a widow, he cannot resist the inevitable consequences of the heart.
On Wednesday 3rd August at 7.30pm, there will be a showing of 13 Assassins - not so much an update on the classic Japanese period epic, but virtually a re-invention of the form.
As a small group of samurai take on a 200-strong army with the intention of killing their evil lord, when battles finally arrives, bombs, bullets, and above all swords carve out some of the most exciting cinema that the genre has seen for years.
On Friday 5th August at 1.30pm, there will be a Parent and Baby Screening of Arthur. In the role of a drunken playboy, Russell Brand’s Hollywood career takes another jerk forward with this re-make of a 1981 film starring Dudley Moore.
All tickets are between £3.50 and £4.50 and are available by calling 01427 676655 or by visiting www.trinityarts.co.uk.