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The Wind Rises opens in UK cinemas today

The Wind Rises opens in UK cinemas today

Written by A. H. on 09 May 2014



After what feels like a long wait, today finally sees Hayao Miyazaki's final feature film as a director, The Wind Rises, released in selected UK cinemas.  If you want to check out the film, here's a list of locations screening it:

London
Barbican Centre (English dub and subtitled)
Cineworld Enfield (Subtitled)
Cineworld Fulham Road (Subtitled)
Cineworld Haymarket (Subtitled)
Cineworld West India Quay (Subtitled)
Clapham Picturehouse (English dub)
Curzon Soho (English dub and subtitled)
Curzon Victoria (English dub and subtitled)
Everyman Hampstead (English dub and subtitled)
Everyman Screen on the Green (English dub and subtitled)
Genesis Multiplex (English dub and subtitled)
Greenwich Picturehouse (English dub)
Hackney Picturehouse (English dub)
HMV Curzon Wimbledon (English dub and subtitled)
Institute of Contemporary Arts (Subtitled)
Odeon Camden Town (Subtitled)
Odeon Covent Garden (Subtitled)
Odeon Holloway (Subtitled)
Odeon Kingston (Subtitled)
Odeon Richmond (Subtitled)
Odeon Swiss Cottage (Subtitled)
Odeon Wimbledon (Subtitled)
Phoenix East Finchley (Subtitled)
Ritzy Brixton (English dub)
Vue Finchley Road (English dub and subtitled)
Vue Islington (English dub and subtitled)
Vue Shepherds Bush (English dub and subtitled)

Outside of London
Aberdeen Belmont Filmhouse (Subtitled)
Aberdeen Cineworld (English dub and subtitled)
Bath Little Theatre (English dub)
Birmingham Cineworld (Subtitled)
Brighton Dukes@Komedia (English dub)
Bristol Showcase CDL (Subtitles)
Bury St Edmunds Picturehouse (English dub)
Cambridge Arts Picturehouse (English dub)
Cardiff Chapter (TBC)
Cardiff Cineworld (English dub and subtitled)
Cornerhouse Manchester (English dub and subtitled)
Didsbury Cineworld (Subtitled)
Dublin Cineworld (TBC)
Dublin Irish Film Institute (TBC)
Dublin Light House (TBC)
Edinburgh Cameo (English dub)
Edinburgh Cineworld (English dub and subtitled)
Exeter Picturehouse (Dubbed)
Glasgow Cineworld (English dub and subtitled)
Glasgow Film Theatre (Subtitles)
Leeds Vue The Light (English dub and subtitled)
Liverpool Picturehouse at FACT (English dub)
Manchester Odeon (Subtitled)
Manchester Odeon Printworks (English dub and subtitled)
Milton Keynes Cineworld (TBC)
Newcastle Tyneside Cinema (English dub and subtitled)
Norwich Cinema City (English dub)
Nottingham Broadway (Subtitled)
Sheffield Cineworld (English dub and subtitled)

Will you be watching the film over the coming week?  Let us know where, and if there are any screening locations we've missed be sure to drop us a comment!


A. H.

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