Rio Cinema (Dalston)

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

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Royal Opera House Live Screening: Andrea Chenier

Starring Jonas Kaufmann and Eva-Maria Westbroek.

  • Thu Jan 29 2015:

    • 19:15

Cathedrals Of Culture

Rating: 3/5

Cool idea: use 3D cameras to tour architectural marvels, including the duct-tastic Pompidou in Paris and the geometrically elegant Philharmonie concert hall in Berlin. The visuals make excellent use of 3D-depth perspectives, but what about the soundt...

  • Wed Oct 22:

    • 13:30
  • Thu Oct 23:

    • 16:30

The BoxTrolls

Rating: 3/5

It’s no surprise that this digitally animated adventure from the producers of Edward Gorey-esque kids’ fairytales ‘Coraline’ and ‘ParaNorman’ is an ooky, spooky affair. But the sheer stomach-churning weirdness of ‘The Boxtrolls’ is still a shock. In...

  • Mon Oct 27:

    • 14:00
  • Tue Oct 28:

    • 14:00
  • Wed Oct 29:

    • 14:00
  • Thu Oct 30:

    • 14:00

Gone Girl

Rating: 5/5

Transformed into the kind of wickedly confident Hollywood thriller you pray to see once in a decade, Gillian Flynn's absorbing missing-wife novel emerges – via a faithful script by the author herself – as the stealthiest comedy since ‘American Psycho...

  • Wed Oct 22:

    • 17:00
    • 20:15
  • Thu Oct 23:

    • 13:00
    • 20:15
  • Fri Oct 24:

    • 15:00
    • 20:15
  • Sat Oct 25:

    • 20:15
  • Sun Oct 26:

    • 20:15
  • Mon Oct 27:

    • 20:15
  • Tue Oct 28:

    • 10:15
    • 20:15
  • Wed Oct 29:

    • 20:15

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...

  • Fri Oct 24:

    • 13:00
    • 18:15
  • Sat Oct 25:

    • 18:15
  • Sun Oct 26:

    • 18:15
  • Mon Oct 27:

    • 16:15
    • 18:15
  • Tue Oct 28:

    • 16:15
    • 18:15
  • Wed Oct 29:

    • 16:15
    • 18:15
  • Thu Oct 30:

    • 11:15
    • 16:15

Northern Soul

Rating: 3/5

Ee, it were tough oop north in t’70s. Get up at crack o’ dawn, work a ten-hour shift down t’fact’ry and all we ’ad to look forward to were massive ’andfuls of amphetamines and night on t’dancefloor at Wigan Casino, ravin’ us tits off to obscure Ameri...

  • Fri Oct 24:

    • 23:30

Planes: Fire & Rescue

Rating: 1/5

Displaying a weird lack of memorable or endearing characters, this animated effort feels more like a direct-to-video job from the 1990s than a fully fledged John Lasseter-exec-produced theatrical release. After 'Frozen', it’s a huge step back for Dis...

  • Sat Oct 25:

    • 11:00

20,000 Days on Earth

Rating: 5/5

‘This is my 20,000th day on Earth,’ says Australian rock musician and writer Nick Cave as we see him waking up in a luxurious bed and baring his chest in the mirror. What are we watching? Is this ‘At Home with Nick Cave – The Royalties Years’? Far fr...

  • Sat Oct 25:

    • 23:30

The Big City

Rating: 4/5

Tough times and a changing world put pressure on a lower-middle-class family in mid-1950s Calcutta in Satyajit Ray’s 1963 film ‘The Big City’ – screening at BFI Southbank as part of a two-month Ray season. When bank clerk Subrata (Anil Chatterjee) st...

  • Sun Oct 26:

    • 13:00
  • Sun Oct 26:

    • 15:35

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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.