Lily Tomlin is Elle Reid, the sharp-tongued, no nonsense grandmother of Sage (Julia Garner). While Elle is struggling to come to terms with the death of her long-term girlfriend, newly pregnant, Sage needs $630 for an abortion; the two women embark on a road trip which brings them closer together in this feisty, funny drama about family relationships. Laverne Cox, Judy Greer and Marcia Gay Holden co-star.
By The Sea
Angelina Jolie directs herself and real-life husband, Brad Pitt in this intense relationship drama set in picturesque 1970s seaside France. Married couple Roland (Pitt) and Vanessa (Jolie) arrive to soak up the sea and sand, but it soon becomes clear that their marriage is in crisis and they must face their problems head on.
Veteran Scottish actor, Peter Mullan is Hector, a homeless Scottish pensioner who has travelled the length and breadth of The UK sleeping under bridges and depending on the kindness of strangers. Every year, he travels the distance from Scotland to a London shelter for his annual Christmas dinner and much-needed dose of festive cheer. However, when his tragic past catches up with him, it soon becomes clear why Hector lives the way he does . . . Stephen Tompkinson, Keith Allen and Gina McKee co-star.
It’s A Wonderful Life @ The GFT
Friday 11th – Thursday 24th December 2015
James Stewart dazzles as small town everyman, George Bailey in Frank Capra’s 1946 Christmas classic. On a snowy, bleak Christmas Eve, George Bailey is out of luck and deep in debt when he decides to commit suicide, believing his loved ones will be better off without him. Upon wishing he’d never been born, Guardian Angel, Clarence is sent to show George just how different life would have been for his family and friends if he hadn’t been around . . . A heart-warming Christmas drama about love, loyalty and life.
Gremlins @The GFT
Friday 11th December @ 11pm
There are only three rules to consider when taking care of a mogwai . . . Find out what happens in a sleepy small-town on Christmas Eve when Billy Peltzer (Zach Gilligan) fails to adhere to these conditions in the perfect alternative Christmas classic!