Welcome to New Dot Cinema

A new community cinema for Llangollen and the Dee Valley, launched July 2015.

Our aim is to entertain and inspire with a carefully curated selection of the best of British, independent, archive, documentary, arthouse & world cinema, from the early days of film to new releases, featuring Wales and all other corners of the world, in a friendly atmosphere that encourages a broad reach.

Audience members are welcome regardless of their beliefs, affiliations, appearance, abilities or background.

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Upstairs @ The Town Hall
Llangollen Town Hall
Castle Street
Llangollen, LL20 8PW


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Tokyo Godfathers

Tokyo Godfathers (12)
Friday, December 9th 2016

Get into the Christmas spirit with New Dot Cinema’s December screening. Join us up in the balcony at Llangollen’s Town Hall for a moving and unusual take on the Christmas film.  It’s Christmas Eve and three homeless people, Gin, a middle-aged alcoholic, Miyuki, a teenage runaway and Hana, an ex-drag queen, have formed a makeshift family on the streets of Tokyo. While rummaging in dustbins for food they find an abandoned newborn baby. With only a handful of clues to the baby’s identity, the trio try to solve the mystery of the abandoned baby and returning her to her parents. Along the way, encounters with seemingly unrelated events and people force them to confront their own haunted pasts, as they learn to face their future, together.

We’ll be upstairs in the Town Hall again so take your seats in the balcony for this festive treat on Friday, December 9th. Doors open at 7.30pm, film starts at 8pm. Tickets: £8; £6 conc. Buy them from Baileys or online here.

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Tokyo Godfathers (2003, 12)

December 9, 2016, 7:30pm - December 9, 2016, 9:30pm

Llangollen Town Hall

Our second film of the season and one with a christmas setting but is not your usual festive film. It's a Japanese film that will be shown with English subtitles. Tokyo Godfathers received an Excellence Prize at the 2003 Japan Media Arts Festival. It also won Best Animation Film at the 58th Mainichi Film Awards. Doors open at 7.30pm Main feature starts at 8.00pm Tickets £8 Concession £6 Licensed Bar Venue: The Council Chamber Llangollen Town Hall Parade Street. Llangollen LL20 8PW Synopsis: Middle-aged alcoholic Gin (Toru Emori), teenage runaway Miyuki (Aya Okamoto) and former drag queen Hana (Yoshiaki Umegaki) are a trio of homeless people surviving as a makeshift family on the streets of Tokyo. While rummaging in the trash for food on Christmas Eve, they stumble upon an abandoned newborn baby in a trash bin. With only a handful of clues to the baby's identity, the three misfits search the streets of Tokyo for help in returning the baby to its parents. Director: Satoshi Kon / Shôgo Furuya Year: 2003 Genre(s): Animation, Adventure, Comedy Cast includes: Tôru Emori, Yoshiaki Umegaki, Aya Okamoto Certificate: 12 Main feature running time: 92 minutes Language: Japanese with English subtitles Reviews: See this film, open your mind to it, and I swear it'll open your heart for you. Bryce Wilson Do not discount "Tokyo Godfathers" as only an entry for the anime enthusiast. This beautifully realized film tells a universal story with visual flair. Robin Clifford

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