A list of the new film’s being release on UK cinema screens as of Friday 17 July 2015. To find out where you can watch them, use Find Any Film.
World War II set drama about Georg Elser who planned on carrying out an elaborate assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler. directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, this will be shown at key cities only.
Marvel’s latest comic book to screen transfer stars the slightly underwhelming-sounding Paul Rudd, starting outside of his usual rom-com/bromance territory. Going by the official Marvel website: ‘Armed with astonishing ability to shrink, master thief Scott Laing (Rudd) must embrace his inner hero and help his mentor Dr Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) protect the secret behind his Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats’. It will be screened at almost any cinema that has a screen begging.
Documentary about the English R&B singer, guitarist, songwriter and actor who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2012.
There have been some especially nasty horrors over the last two decades. Starting with The Blair Witch Project and then Saw, through Insidious, Paranormal Activity, various others. Now, we are on to hanging. Still, at least it beats mouths surgically sewn on/stapled to human anuses in The Human Centipede series.
The official website has the trailer and (good Lord, human cinema distributors, what were you thinking?) this has a wide distribution.
Oooh! Exciting! Wim Wenders has a new film out! Form an orderly queue movie aficionados! But seriously, this documentary chronicle of the extraordinary images captured by photographer Sebastião Salgado has to be seen to be believed, if the trailer is anything to go by.
See the official Sony Pictures website for more; showing at key cities only.
In this psychological science fiction thriller, a wealthy man (Ben Kingsley) dying from cancer undergoes a radical medical procedure that transfers his consciousness into the body of a healthy young man (Ryan Reynolds). But all is not as it seems when he starts to uncover the mystery of the body’s origin and the organization that will kill to protect its cause. If you think you may have problems seeing this, don’t panic as it will be showing all over the place.
Based on a true story, disgraced New York Times reporter Michael Finkel (Jonah Hill) meets accused killer Christian Longo (James Franco) – who has taken on Finkel’s identity – and his investigation morphs into an unforgettable game of cat-and-mouse.
You can see the film at practically all cinema screens across the UK; the official Fox Searchlight website has the lowdown.
A decidedly unconventional family, led by the 12 year old daughter whose younger sister all obey her, are thrown into disarray one summer when a local TV network offers a prize for the most conventional family. The daughter wants to enter thinking they can pull off a convincing imitation to the outside world, but the father isn’t so sure.
Italian comedy drama directed by Alice Rohrwacher, you can see this at key cities only and the official Soda Pictures website will tell you which ones.