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Film news and reviews

City Screen to show films tonight and tomorrow in York for Refugee Week

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Velorama: A Century Of The Bicycle (U), City Screen York, April 13

The Knife That Killed Me

The Knife That Killed Me, City Screen, March 29

FIELD OF VISION: Harold Hutter’s Lethe, one of more than 300 films shown at the 2014 Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York

Aesthetica Short Film Festival searching for new film-making talent

Maths whizz, Daniel Lightwing and director Morgan Matthews answer questions following a screening of X+Y at City Screen York

Meet the York College student who inspired the film X+Y

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Special Mother's Day screening of The Sound Of Music at City Screen, York

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North Yorkshire thriller Catch Me Daddy showing at City Screen, York

Asa Butterfield and Jo Yang in the film X plus Y

Film based on life of York maths whizz-kid due for national release

Starring Judi Dench

Film review: The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Maika Monroe as Jay

Film Review: It Follows

Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan star in 'When Harry Met Sally'

VIDEO: Six romantic films that will melt your heart this Valentine's Day

South Bank Community Cinema

Your chance to question York film director Kim Hopkins

DOCUMENTARY: A clip from the film Clueless

Beyond Clueless (15), City Screen, York, January 27

Baroness von Wagner with her two lovers: Robert Philippson, left, and Rudolf Lorenz, in the garden of Hacienda Paradiso, Floreana Island, Galapagos. Circa 1932

The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden, Pocklington Arts Centre, January 27

The Knife That Killed Me is being given a special screening at City Screen

The Knife That Killed Me, City Screen, York, February 1

Domhnall Gleeson  and Oscar Isaac in Ex Machina

Ex Machina (15, 108 mins) ****

A Most Violent Year (15, 125 mins)  ****

A Most Violent Year (15, 125 mins) ****

The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas is to be shown as a Holocaust memorial

The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas (12A), City Screen Cinema, January 27

Johnny Depp in Mortdecai

Mortdecai (12A) - Going in at the Depp end

Chris Hees on the set of Academy Award-nominated The Bigger Picture, a short film which follows two brothers caring for an elderly parent

Oscar nomination for York graduate’s film

The Gallant Captain

Aesthetica Short Film Festival screenings at York Residents Festival, January 31

Dr Sketchy’s Anti-Art School promote the launch of Into The Woods at City Screen. Baker’s wife (Tonks), left, Wolf (Jay Sillence), Little Red Riding Hood (Mahlah Hall), Witch (Poppy Pout) and Woodsman (Lex Ward)

Fairy fun in City Screen foyer to mark release of Into The Woods

Elijah Wood and Celyn Jones.  Picture:  Stuart Conway

Set Fire To The Stars, City Screen, York. January 20th, 6.30pm

Dressed in Into The Woods costumes are, from left,  Baker’s wife  Tonks; Wolf. Jay Sillence;  Little Red Riding Hood, Mahlah Hall; Witch, Poppy Pout; and Woodsman: Lex Ward. Picture: Adam Greenwood

Woodland characters prove new film is ‘reel’ scary

Special screening of Selma, City Screen, York, January 19

Special screening of Selma, City Screen, York, January 19

The Miners Strike 84/85 Picture:©John Sturrock/Reportdigital.co.uk

DVD review: Still The Enemy Within (15), Bad Bonobo/Dartmouth Films ****

Young poet John M Brinnin (Elijah Wood) and his hero Dylan Thomas (Celyn Jones) in Set Fire To The Stars.  Picture: Stuart Conway

Q&A session to follow screening of Set Fire To The Stars, City Screen, York, January 12

Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance) (15), 119 minutes ****

Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance) (15), 119 minutes ****

City Screen Cinema, York

Birdman preview, City Screen, December 28

Rachel and Robert Hackett with baby Agatha at York Railway Station

Festival weekend provides double delight for film-maker Robert Hackett

A still from Coda

Short films are long on appeal

Rose (Elaine Glover) and Dave (Phil Rowson) in their garage in Whoops!

Premiere of Whoops!, Reel Cinema, York, November 13

Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game

Benedict Cumberbatch talks about his role in The Imitiation Game

Screening of war documentary

Screening of war documentary

A woman holds the hand of a soldier as he marches across Lendal Bridge

Remembrance Sunday screening of Filmed And Not Forgotten, National Centre For Early Music, November 9

Lily Cole in Fashion: Red Shoes

Our top ten picks from Aesthetica festival

City Screen York

Bicycle, City Screen, York, November 10

Timothy Spall stars as as Joseph Mallord William Turner. Picture PA Photo/Handout/eOnefilms

VIDEO: Top 5 films to see this weekend

The Misbehaviour Of Polly Paper Cut

Aesthetica Short Film Festival, November 6 to 9

Timothy Spall as Joseph Mallord William Turner in Mr Turner

Timothy Spall drawn to play Turner

Photo: ©John Sturrock/Reportdigital.co.uk

Still The Enemy Within with Sinead Kirwan and Mark Lacey Q&A, City Screen, York, October 27

Author to introduce Effie Gray at City Screen, York, October 18

Author to introduce Effie Gray at City Screen, York, October 18

Citizenfour, City Screen, York, October 17

Citizenfour, City Screen, York, October 17

Thunderbirds film at City Screen

Thunderbirds film at City Screen

Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper

Effie Gray question and answer event at City Screen

Rafe Spall and Sally Hawkins

Movie based on life of York maths genius

Tony Benn

Tony Benn film at City Screen, York

Al Pacino and Jessica Chastain in Salome

Salome and Wilde Salome and Q&A, Harrogate Odeon, September 21

Matthew Warchus on the set of Pride with Freddy Fox, filming a gay pride march

Interview with the north yorkshire director of new film Pride

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