THE cinema at Poole's Lighthouse is showing Hitchcock this week, from today, Friday to next Thursday 21st March. Anthony Hopkins stars as the legendary director with Helen Mirren as his wife Alma and Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh. The film charts Hitchcock's gnawing self-doubt as he made his masterpiece, Psycho, and his reliance on Alma.
Also from today to next Thursday there is I Give It a Year, a comedy about the first year of marriage.
Next Friday, 22nd March, the Lighthouse brings back Quartet by popular demand, and on screen until Thursday 28th March. Also next week, from Friday 22nd to 26th, is Judd Apatow's This is 40, and Gael Garcia Bernal in No, from 22nd to 27th March.
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On screen tonight, and until Monday, at the Rex is Wareham, is Verity's Summer, in which a teenage girl, a former soldier and a dead body on a Northumbrian beach open up secrets about the war in Iraq.
Tonight's screening is followed by a question and answer session with producer Emma Biggins and director Ben Crowe.
From next Tuesday 19th March for three days, Rex cinemagoers can see Silver Linings Playbook.
On Sunday, the Movie at Athelhampton is Tortoise in Love, all about a gardener who falls for an au pair who comes to work at the big house. But he doesn't understand that women require rather more speedy evidence of attraction than he is accustomed with the plants he tends.
Also on Sunday, the Regent Centre in Christchurch has arranged two screenings of Les Miserables, at 2.30 and 7.30. The film of the world's most popular musical won three Oscars and many other awards. Set in 19th Century France, Hugh Jackman is ex-convict, Jean Valjean. Having broken parole decades earlier, he is the lifelong target of ruthless French police officer Javert, played by Russell Crowe. When Valjean goes to help a factory worker turned prostitute, his disguise is exposed. Director Tom Hooper has created a sweeping spectacular film of Victor Hugo's epic, and the cast also includes Anne Hathaway, Helen Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen.
From next Monday 18th to Wednesday 20th March, audiences at the Tivoli in Wimborne can see the multi award winning Lincoln, with Daniel Day Lewis as the American president in a critical few weeks of his tenure, during which his anti slavery reforms had to be passed.
Next Wednesday 20th March at the Hub in Verwood there are the rescheduled screenings of Taken 2, at 2pm and 7.30pm. It is a crime drama starring Liam Neeson, Famke Jannsen and Maggie Grace. In Istanbul, retired CIA operative Bryan Mills and his wife are taken hostage by the father of a kidnapper Mills killed while rescuing his daughter.