Rio Cinema (Dalston)

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    Rio Cinema (Dalston) 107 Kingsland High St
    London
    E8 2PY

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Royal Opera Live: Andrea Chenier

David McVicar directs Umberto Giordano's passionate drama of liberty and love during the French Revolution, based loosely on the life of the eponymous French poet. Jonas Kaufmann sings the title role opposite Eva-Maria Westbroek as the Countess' daug...

  • Thu Jan 29 2015:

    • 19:15

Bjork: Biophilia Live

Rating: 4/5

This carefully crafted concert film plays it pretty straight with Björk’s September 2013 Alexandra Palace gig. That is, apart from the bits where we’re transported to an erupting volcano, the surface of the sun, or deep underwater among weirdly colou...

  • Sat Nov 29:

    • 23:30
  • Tue Dec 2:

    • 13:00

Ida

Rating: 4/5

Tragedy hangs like smoke over this spectral, startling return to form for Polish-born, British-based writer-director Pawel Pawlikowski. First and foremost, there’s the historical tragedy of The Holocaust which drives the story. But there’s also, it s...

  • Sun Nov 30:

    • 13:35

Night Will Fall

Rating: 4/5

This wise, sober new documentary acts as a companion piece to another film, ‘German Concentration Camps Factual Survey’, which was largely composed of material shot at the end of the war by soldier-cameramen involved in liberating Nazi death camps in...

  • Sun Nov 30:

    • 12:00

Winter Sleep

Rating: 4/5

Like his last film ‘Once Upon a Time in Anatolia’, Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s ‘Winter Sleep’ unfolds before the epic backdrop of Turkey’s rural steppes, an already unforgiving landscape now made even more alienating by snow, ice and wind. But while that fil...

  • Fri Nov 28:

    • 15:30
    • 19:30
  • Sat Nov 29:

    • 19:30
  • Sun Nov 30:

    • 15:30
    • 19:30
  • Mon Dec 1:

    • 15:30
    • 19:30
  • Tue Dec 2:

    • 15:30
    • 19:30
  • Wed Dec 3:

    • 15:30
    • 19:30
  • Thu Dec 4:

    • 11:15
    • 15:30
    • 19:30

Time is Illmatic

Rating: 4/5

The early ’90s were hip-hop’s Renaissance, Summer of Love and British Invasion combined. And Nas, born Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones in 1973 to a rough Brooklyn and Queens, became its reigning poet barely out of his teens. You won’t get any Jay Z dishing...

  • Sat Nov 29:

    • 15:00
    • 17:00
  • Tue Dec 9:

    • 16:00

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Gill ward

lovely, quaint. old style cinema with a fantastic range of old and new films for the young, old and just about anyone. it's a proper stalwart of Dalston. There's mother and baby film sessions. a cafe serving hot and cold drinks, snacks and cake. it's laid back, serious about film, gets along with business quietly, has interesting themes from time to time and is like cinema used to be, smell, feel and exist. Don't mess around with the chains, the Rio's a proper gem and long may she live.