A mixed bag of movies - and more from the National Theatre - is set to delight cinema-goers as the evenings continue to draw in.
Hebden Bridge Picture House has children and their forthcoming half-term holiday firmly in its sights as it screens ‘Turbo’ (U) tomorrow (Friday, 4.30pm) and on Saturday and Sunday (1.30pm) before it begins a daily run from Friday, October 25 to Sunday, November 3.
Animated comedy ‘Turbo’, from the makers of ‘Madagascar’ and ‘Kung Fu Panda’, is the tale of a snail who dares to dream that he can outstrip famed driver Guy Gagne. And when a freak accident gives him the power of super-speed, there’s no stopping him in his quest for glory.
Inspired by a true story from the late 1970s, US film ‘Any Day Now’ (15), winner of 10 Audience Awards at film festivals, is a powerful tale of love, acceptance and family (tomorrow and Saturday 7.45pm, next Thursday 10.30am).
Indie comedy/drama ‘In a World’ (15) is screened on Sunday and Monday (7.45pm) while on Tuesday National Theatre Live’s 2010 broadcast of ‘Hamlet’ (adv 12A) returns to cinemas as part of the NT’s 50th anniversary celebrations (7pm). Biopic ‘42’ (12A) is on Wednesday and Thursday (7.45pm).
For details visit www.hebdenbridgepicturehouse.co.uk or call 01422 842807.