Galeri Caernarfon

It’s a Wonerful Life!!

Relaxed screening:

Dementia friendly:

19th December 2017 at 2.00pm

 

 

 

An opportunity to enjoy a film wihout being worried about making a noise or moving about….

You’re welcome to sing, talk, dance, come and go to the cinema as you like during the film

 The lights are left dim and the volume will be turned down slightly for the duration of the film

Entry £4 (to include a cup of tea)  Carers Free

More information: 01286 685222

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Accessible Cinema Screenings

cinema imageAccessible Audio Described cinema

Latest audio described cinema releases:

Ghostbusters (12a), The BFG (PG), Absolutely Fabulous (15), Independence Day Resurgence (12a), The Legend Of Tarzan (12a), The Conjuring 2 (15), The Secret Life Of Pets (U), Central Intelligence (12a), Now You See Me 2 (12a), Me Before You (12a) & more:

http://www.yourlocalcinema.com/ad.html

Please ask your nearest cinemas to provide accessible audio described shows for people with sight loss!

IMPORTANT! Shows sometimes change. Check with the ACTUAL cinema or cinemas website before you plan a visit.

Accessible Subtitled/Captioned Cinema!

Ghostbusters, The BFG, Tarzan, Ice Age, Now You See Me 2, Absolutely Fabulous, Independence Day, Secret Life Of Pets, Central Intelligence, Neon Demon, Maggie’s Plan, Star Trek Beyond, Suicide Squad, cheap kids shows & more

http://www.yourlocalcinema.com/films.html

All cinemas can show all the films listed above with English-language subtitles. Please ask your nearest cinemas to provide accessible shows for people with hearing loss! Shows added as announced. Check the website regularly for full subtitled listings: Locations, dates, times & trailers.

IMPORTANT! Shows sometimes change. Double check with the ACTUAL cinema or cinemas website before you plan a visit.

Flatmates

Episode 1 now on You Tube

HijinxWorking with Hijinx Theatre, Richard Newnham received an Unlimited Impact commission to create an online sitcom, Flatmates.

Richard and his writing partner Daniel Smith have created 5 short episodes and after a very successful screening at Porters in Cardiff, Flatmates can now be seen on You Tube –

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eP0jMNumn88

A new episode will be available each week and are well worth a view. Flatmates is funny, well acted and produced and a great watch when you need 5 minutes to take your mind off your day and have a laugh.

WOW Film Festival 2016

WOW 20162016 Festival Opens on Thursday 10th March

About WOW

WOW has been celebrating the riches of world cinema since 2001, bringing an eclectic, intriguing, and moving selection of films from around the globe to cinemas across Wales.  WOW presents a selection of the very best in world cinema – and sometimes a film from Wales too.

We’re excited to offer WOW Film Festival goers the rare chance to see Paths of the Soul and Tharlo, two beautiful Tibetan films that provide a fascinating glimpse into a very different world.

The Tibetan plateau, with 46,000 glaciers, has the third largest concentration of ice after the south and north poles. It is the source of Asia’s six largest rivers and it influences the region’s life giving monsoons. In the Dalai Lama’s words, “This blue planet is our only home and Tibet is its roof. The Tibetan plateau needs to be protected, not just for Tibetans, but for the environmental health and sustainability of the entire world.”

So it seems entirely appropriate to feature another highlight of the 2016 WOW Film Festival, the inspirational and rousing climate activist documentary This Changes Everything & panel discussion alongside these two stunning films from Tibet.

For more information please click here

Accessible Screenings

cinema imageSubtitled/Captioned Cinema!

Now available – please ask your nearest cinemas to screen the films below with subtitles/captions!

Inside Out, Mission Impossible, Hot Pursuit, Southpaw, Ant Man, Jurassic World, Minions,The Legend of Barney Thomson, Terminator Genisys, Magic Mike XXL, Ted 2, Cheap kids shows & more.

Full listings: locations, dates, times & subtitled trailers:

http://www.yourlocalcinema.com/now.showing.html

Also… Entertain AND Educate! NDCS subtitled movies for kids – shows nationwide – cheap tickets!

http://www.yourlocalcinema.com/subtitledkidsshows.html

Shows added as announced – check website regularly.

IMPORTANT! Shows sometimes change – check with the ACTUAL cinema or cinemas website before you plan a visit.

Audio Described cinema & DVD.

Now available to cinemas with audio description:

Inside Out, Mission Impossible, Hot Pursuit, Southpaw, Ant Man, Jurassic World, Minions, The Legend of Barney Thomson, Terminator Genisys, Magic Mike XXL, Ted 2 & more.

http://www.yourlocalcinema.com/ad.html

Find your local cinema, bookmark the page, check it every Friday for the latest shows!

IMPORTANT! Shows sometimes change. Check with the ACTUAL cinema or cinemas website before you plan a visit.

Latest audio described DVD & Blu-Ray releases:

Home, The Gunman, The Black Sea, Chappie, X+Y, Fifty Shades Of Grey (unseen edition), Unfinished Business, The Woman In Black 2, Jupiter Ascending, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, X-Men Days Of Future Past Rogue Cut, Sin City 2, Focus, Taken 3, Kingsman The Secret Service, Shaun The Sheep Movie, Whiplash, Selma, American Sniper, The Gambler, The Theory Of Everything, Iron Man 3, Into The Woods and many more:

http://www.yourlocalcinema.com/ad.dvd.html

 

What’s going on at the Chapter Arts Centre

Coming up  at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff in the next few months:

Chapter Arts CentreEducation:

Animation for Young People on the Autistic Spectrum

From Wed 1 Oct 5.30pm — 7pm (For 10 weeks) – Age 8—18

Following our successful first year running animation courses for young people on the autistic spectrum and those with special educational needs, we’ll be running another 10–week course. These 90 minute sessions allow the young people taking part to increase social confidence and to learn and develop new or existing animation skills in a supportive, creative environment. Each session can stand alone or be part of a larger scheme of work, as individual learning programmes can be created by our experienced animation staff.

Places are limited each week. To sign up to the sessions contact learning@chapter.org. Chapter will also be expanding the programme to run a limited number of taster sessions in schools that provide a curriculum for young people on the autistic spectrum. If you think that your school may qualify then please contact us to arrange a workshop.

£25 – Supported by BBC Children in Need

Cinema:

Pride – Fri 26 Sep — Thu 16 Oct

UK/2014/120mins/15. Dir: Matthew Warchus. With: Imelda Staunton, Bill Nighy, Dominic West, Paddy Considine, George MacKay, Freddie Fox, Jessie Cave, Sophie Evans.

Set in the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is on strike. At the Gay Pride March in London, a group of gay and lesbian activists decides to raise money

to support the families of the striking miners. But there is a problem. The Union seems embarrassed to receive their support. The activists are not deterred, however, and they decide to ignore the Union and go

directly to the miners. They identify a mining village in deepest Wales and set off in a mini bus to make their donation in person. And so begins the extraordinary story of two seemingly alien communities who form a

surprising and ultimately triumphant partnership.

+ Audio Description on all screenings in cinema 1. Soft subtitles on Wednesday 10.30amOctober 8.30pm, Thursday 2 October 10.30am, Sunday 5 October 5.15pm, Wednesday 15 October . (Please note this is subject to change. Please call our Box Office to confirm on week of release).

A Most Wanted Man – Fri 10 — Thu 23 Oct

UK/2014/122mins/15. Dir: Anton Corbijn. With: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Issa Karpov, Willem Dafoe, Rachel McAdams, Robin Wright.

When a Muslim half–Chechen, half–Russian, brutally tortured immigrant turns up in Hamburg’s Islamic community, laying claim to his father’s ill–gotten fortune, both German and US security agencies take a close interest: as the clock ticks down and the

stakes rise, the race is on to establish this most wanted man’s true identity – oppressed victim or destruction–bent extremist? Based on the novel by John le Carré, this is a tense, cerebral story of post– 9/11 espionage with powerful central performances.

+ Audio Description on all screenings in cinema 1. Soft subtitles on Tuesday 14 October 5.45pm,  Thursday 16 October 10.30am, Friday 17 October 6pm, Saturday 18 October 8pm,  Monday 20 October 8.15pm, Wednesday 22 10.30am, Thursday 23 October 8.15pm. (Please note this is subject to change. Please call our Box Office to confirm on week of release).

Before I Go to Sleep – Fri 10 — Thu 16 Oct

UK/2014/92mins/15. Dir: Rowan Joffe. With: Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth, Mark Strong.

Waking every day with no memory of the last as a result of a traumatic accident in her past, Christine’s life changes when one day new terrifying truths emerge that force her to question everyone around her in Joffe’s (28 Weeks Later, Brighton Rock) dark thriller.

+ Audio Description on all screenings in cinema 1. Soft subtitles on Mon 13 6.10pm,  Thursday 16 October 8.45pm . (Please note this is subject to change. Please call our Box Office to confirm on week of release).

Magic in the Moonlight – Fri 17 — Thu 30 Oct

USA/2014/97mins/12A. Dir: Woody Allen. With: Colin Firth, Emma Stone, Eileen Atkins, Marcia Gay Harden.

Set in the south of France against a backdrop of wealthy mansions, the swinging joints of the Jazz Age Cote D’Azur and fashionable spots for the decadent and wealthy, this new romantic comedy from Allen follows the personal and professional

complications which ensue once an Englishman brought in to help unmask a possible swindle.

+ Audio Description on all screenings in cinema 1. Soft subtitles on Mon 20 October 8.30pm, Tue 21 October 6pm, Thu 23 October 6pm. (Please note this is subject to change. Please call our Box Office to confirm on week of release).

The Boxtrolls – Sat 18 + Sun 19 Oct

UK/2014/100mins/PG. Dir: Anthony Stacchi, Graham Annable. With: Simon Pegg, Elle Fanning, Toni Collette.

A young orphaned boy raised by underground cave–dwelling trash collectors tries to save his friends from an evil exterminator.

+ Audio Description on all screenings in cinema 1. Soft subtitles on Sun 19 Oct, 11am. (Please note this is subject to change. Please call our Box Office to confirm on week of release).

Telephone:  02920 304400

Physically Being Me.

Six Stories of Deaf and Disabled Dancers

Community Film UnitA film by the Foundation for Community Dance.

FCD are proud to share with you our new short film entitled Physically Being Me, which explores the positive journeys and thoughts of disabled people who dance from their point of view.

Featuring: Louise Dickson, DJ, Kate Marsh, Chisato Minamimura, Welly O’Brien and Tom Thomasson.

Watch the video on YouTube:

youtu.be/FevlnDRrWSU

This film was created with the Community Film Unit and was funded through the award winning Speak Up Film Fund.