Tyneside Cinema

Viceroy’s House (12A)

Calum Trenaman checks out this partition drama for us. Will it be realistic, or more of a washing over?


Golden Oldies: John Water’s Pink Flamingos

Throughout March, the Tyneside Cinema is celebrating John Waters, the outrageous director who turned bad taste into an art form. Sophie Schneider braces herself to view his most iconic work, the grotesque Pink Flamingos.


The Love Witch (15)

Rachel Baker checks out this giallo inspired flick. Will it do the genre justice, or just fall flat?


Certain Women (12A)

Helena Buchanan heads to see this film starring Kristen Stewart. Will it be interesting, or maybe just boring?


Lion (PG)

Sidney Pinsent heads to see this Oscar nominated film. Will it stand up to its praises?


Manchester by the Sea (15)

With Casey Affleck winning Best Actor at the 2017 Oscars, Rachel Baker tells us if the film he starred in is worth the hype.


Free Fire (15)

Emma Allsopp headed down to Tyneside Cinema’s Q&A with director Ben Wheatley. Here is her verdict on his newest venture.


Fences (12A)

Tom Cooney heads to Tyneside Cinema to check out this adaptation of a stage play. Will it have left its theatre roots behind in favour of something a little more cinematic?


Moonlight (15)

Calum Trenaman heads to Tyneside Cinema to let us know if this highly anticipated, and award season favourite, is worth the hype


Tyneside Cinema Show and Tell Event

Our favourite independent cinema runs a regular event where upcoming filmmakers can show off their work; Film Editor Zoë Godden went to the latest one to see what talent was on display.