Welcome back to everyone after the big Easter holiday! At Union Films we have prepared a truly epic lineup till June, and you can have a sneak peek by watching the Summer Season Trailer at the bottom of the page. But now, we are returning to this week’s films.
The 2014 film, presented by The Phoenix, tells the story of the early 19th century British artist J.M.W. Turner (played by Timothy Spall).
Amongst various other activities, he travels, stays with the country aristocracy, has himself strapped to the mast of a ship so that he can paint a snowstorm, and is both celebrated and reviled by the public and by royalty.
This Thursday the RSCPA society presents a free screening of Finding Nemo! Marlin, a clown fish living in the Great Barrier Reef, loses his son Nemo who is captured by a boat and sent to the aquarium in a dentist’s office. While Nemo adapts to his new life in enclosed space with the aquarium’s inhabitants, Marlin meets the friendly Dora and embarks on a journey to find his son.
Please give generously to the RSPCA on the night.
American Sniper, Sunday 26th April at 5:00pm
In this controversial film, directed by Clint Eastwood, Bradley Cooper plays the role of the real Chris Kyle, a NAVY Seal sniper, who is considered ‘the most lethal sniper in US history’. Kyle’s story is torn between the duty for his country, the horrible realities of war and the life back home with his family.
Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson), a young programmer at a big corporation wins a competition and gets to spend a week with the company’s CEO – Nathan (Oscar Isaac). When he arrives at the mountain lodge, Caleb finds out that he is not just on a week off – he is to participate in complex experiment involving the world’s first artificial intelligence – embodied in an attractive robot woman.