YOUR SIL­VER SCREEN SE­LEC­TION

Do you want to… FEEL EM­POW­ERED?

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - AGENDA -

KEEP­ING UP WITH THE CRIT­ICS? Feel like…

A GOOD LAUGH?

In need of… SIS­TERS Two of our favourite funny women, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, play sib­lings who deal with a dif cult fam­ily sit­u­a­tion by throw­ing a huge

party. In cine­mas 1 Jan­uary

SUF­FRAGETTE Meryl Streep and Carey Mul­li­gan star in this epic retelling of one of the big­gest mo­ments of 20th cen­tury Bri­tish history – the strug­gle for women to have the right to vote. In cine­mas 15 Jan­uary

ANO­MA­L­ISA A dark stop-mo­tion an­i­ma­tion com­edy di­rected by Char­lie Kauf­man, about a cus­tomer ser­vice spe­cial­ist who strug­gles to con­nect with peo­ple, un­til he meets a woman. In cine­mas 5 Fe­bru­ary

JOY

This un­usual biopic about the cre­ator of the Mir­a­cle Mop, Joy Mangano (played by Jen­nifer Lawrence) de nitely prom­ises to tell a story you

haven’t seen be­fore. In cine­mas 1 Jan­uary

ZOOLAN­DER 2 Derek and Hansel are back! This time, they’re en­listed by In­ter­pol to help nd an as­sas­sin who’s killing the world’s most beau­ti­ful peo­ple.

In cine­mas 12 Fe­bru­ary

SPOT­LIGHT Based on the true story of The Bos­ton Globe news­pa­per staff who won a Pulitzer Prize for their cov­er­age of a sex­ual abuse scan­dal in the Catholic church in 2002. In cine­mas 5 Fe­bru­ary

EX­CLU­SIVE

Read our in­ter­view with Suf­fragette

di­rec­tor Sarah Gavron on our web­site

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