The following selection of events are a mixture of films and live cinema events.
Films include a mix of blockbuster features and world cinema, all shown in The Chelmsford Picture House at the Cramphorn Studio. Each season at The Chelmsford Picture House features a selection of audio-described films – please see the full list for more information.
The live cinema events are screenings from venues around the world, including The Royal Opera House, Bolshoi Ballet and Royal Shakespeare Company, shown right here in the Cramphorn Studio. This way, you can enjoy world-class ballet, opera and other fantastic performances from some of the most prestigious venues around the world, from the comfort of your local cinema – The Chelmsford Picture House.
Please note rows A & B of the Cramphorn Studio are not tiered seating.
Sing Street is an electrifying, heart-warming, coming-of-age film.
A far cry from the fairy tales you would have been told as a child, Tale of Tales is a seductive and macabre adaptation of Giambattista Basile’s classic Italian fairy tales.
Colombian director Ciro Guerra presents this enthralling, politically tinged, intoxicating and historical adventure film set in the Amazonian jungle.
Following the Emmy Award-winning short film of the same name, the feature version of Notes on Blindness takes a creative approach to the documentary form
Heartfelt and emotional yet with great warmth and humour, this brutally moving drama follows the struggle with the red tape of welfare bureaucracy and the benefits system of modern day Britain.
This powerful and poetic documentary from award-winning filmmaker Gianfranco Rosi provides an unsentimental insight into the despair of migrants arriving on the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa
Golden Globe-nominated director Tom Tykwer presents this romantic comedy about an American businessman who travels to Saudi Arabia, hoping to sell a new IT system to a wealthy king.
Oscar-nominated British director Whit Stillman presents this hilariously self-aware period comedy-drama based on the lesser known novel by Jane Austen.