White Wall Cinema presents



DIRECTOR: Steven Soderbergh

STARRING: George Clooney, Natascha McElhone, Viola Davis, Jeremy Davies, Ulrich Tukur & John Cho.

Part of a long tradition of existential sci fi movies that includes the likes of Moon, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Blade Runner, Ad Astra, Silent Running and Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind. This underappreciated 
2002 remake of Tarkovsky’s 70s sci fi classic is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is ripe for reappraisal. Helmed by noted director Steven 
Soderbergh (Sex Lies & Videotape, Out Of Sight, Traffic, Oceans 11, Contagion, Logan Lucky) and produced by super director James Cameron (Terminator, Aliens) it’s an elegant and streamlined approach to Stanisław 
Lem’s novel that tackles themes of loss, identity, and reality at the edge of the universe when recently bereaved psychologist Kris Kelvin (George Clooney) is sent to investigate strange goings on at a remote space 
station. Also starring Natasha McElhorne and Viola Davis don’t miss this  thought provoking, tense, mesmerising, mysterious, visually breath taking film on the big screen. 


DOORS: 7.50pm*

START TIME: 8.30pm*

RUN TIME: 98 mins

CERT: 12 (under 15's must be accompanied by an adult)

LOCATION: Wagner Hall (Regency Road, Brighton)


*Please note - doors open at 7.50pm in advance of screening time in order to give patrons extra time to enjoy safely purchase food & drink, enjoy our outside space / beer garden, take a look at our archive movie store and to allow gradual entry to your seats in a safe and easy way. Please try to allow extra time to get seated prior to the performance start time of 8.30pm For more information about screenings and the venue please visit our Venue & Screenings Info page.


Please do not attend the screening if you are unwell or have symptoms of Covid-19. If you have bought tickets and can no longer attend as a result of Coronavirus we will happily swap your tickets for a future event of your choice, once you have finished self isolating.