Films showing this week
FRIDAY 24 APRIL - WEDNESDAY 29 APRIL
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LABIA ON ORANGE [ FRIDAY 24 APRIL - WEDNESDAY 29 APRIL ]

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12.15 pm The Enemy NEW

11.30 am The Theory of Everything

12.15 pm Still Alice

12.00 pm Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

2.15 pm The Enemy 1.45 pm The Imitation Game 2.30 pm Saint Laurent
(except Sun)
2.30 pm Inherent Vice
4.15 pm The Enemy

4.00 pm The Theory of Everything
(except Mon)

 

 
6.15 pm The Enemy

6.15 pm The Imitation Game

6.00 pm Still Alice

6.00 pm Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
(except Fri)

8.15 pm The Enemy 8.30 pm Birdman
(except Sun)
8.15 pm Saint Laurent
(except Wed)
8.30 pm Inherent Vice
(except Wed)

Forthcoming Attractions

Starting 30 April:
Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts, Martin Sheen,
Tom Sturridge in a remake, based on the novel by
Thomas Hardy & directed by Thomas Vinterberg
FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD (USA/UK 2015)
A solid cast & impeccable production values.” VARIETY



ALL OUR SHOWS R45
The Labia has full bar facilities. Enjoy a drink in the cinema whilst watching a movie.
Now including slush puppies and slush puppie cocktails!


(Subject to concessions for Labia screenings only)
Student/Fanatics/ Seniors/Children/Labia R40
Book of 10 Pre-paid Admission Tickets R400 (save R50)
Gift Vouchers R40 – make ideal gifts

We are on snapscan
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Movie/Meal Specials for Two
(For Labia shows only)

Mon: Ocean Basket (Kloof St) (2 X fish & chips) R90
Mon/Tues: Societi bistro (2 X pastas) R90
Wed/Sat/Sun:
(Sun after 4pm)
Diva Cafė Ristorante (2 X pizzas) R99
Thurs/Fri:
(after 4pm only)
Kauai (2 X sandwiches) R99

(vouchers first to be purchased at restaurant & thereafter timeously exchanged at box office for tickets)
Nb. Booking with Societi essential to avoid disappointment

AFRICAN SCREEN at the Labia
enjoys the support of the National Film & Video Foundation (South Africa
)

Fri 24 April at 6.15pm


The German Language Centre
presents a screening of the classic love triangle
JERICHOW (Germany 2008, 93 mins, German with English subtitles)
Benno Furmann, Nina Hoss, & Hilmi Sozer in a
drama directed by Christian Petzold.
Tickets: R35 ( the Labia on (021) 424 5927 to book
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Sun 26 April @ 8.30 pm

A single screening of a Labia favourite in memory of Gunter Grass who has died aged 87, & who in 1999 won the Nobel prize for literature, mainly for his bestselling novel Die Blechtrommel (The Tin Drum), his satire on Germany under the Nazis. Honoured in 1979 with the Golden Palm at the
Cannes Film Festival & the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, David Bennent, Mario Adorf, Angela Winkler & others in the masterful Volker Schl»ćndorff film of the acclaimed novel.

THE TIN DRUM (Die Blechtrommel)
(Germany 1979, 142 mins, 0-18, subtitles)

An unforgettable fantasia of surreal imagery,
striking eroticism, & unflinching satire.
Normal Labia admission prices.
Tel the Labia on (021) 424 5927 to secure your seat


Mon 27 April at 4.00 pm

A Special Freedom Day Screening of writer/director
Khalo Matabane’s documentary feature winner
 of the Special Jury Prize at IDFA

NELSON MANDELA: THE MYTH AND ME
(SA/Germany 2014, 86 mins)

In a personal odyssey encompassing an imaginery letter to Mandela & conversations with politicians, activists, intellectuals & artists, Matabane interrogates for himself the meaning of freedom, reconciliation & forgiveness, & challenges Mandela’s legacy in today’s world of conflict & inequality.
Recommended.” TORONTO STAR
Vital viewing.” POV MAGAZINE
Thought provoking.” SCHEMA MAGAZINE
Normal Labia admission prices
Tel the Labia on (021) 424 5927 to secure your seat


Wed 29 April @ 8.30 pm

From the director of Modern Collective,
the Cape Town premiere of
CLUSTER (2015, 60 mins)
A surf film by Kai Neville.
In association with zigzag.
Admission: R40



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