Jack Bottomley, Media Correspondent

Silver Screen Weekly - What's Coming Up At The Cinema - From 30 September

Our film critic and media correspondent has been looking and trawling the new releases. Here's what you can see on the big screen this week!

From 30 September

Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris (PG)
Based on Paul Gallico’s 1958 novel, this acclaimed comedy drama stars Lesley Manville as the titular Mrs. Harris, a widowed cleaner who, in 50s London, spots a couture Dior dress and absolutely loves it. So much so that she is determined to get one herself. A simple old fashioned story of pursuing a dream no matter how small, this charming film was a hit with international audiences and critics alike.

The Greatest Beer Run Ever (15)
Releasing on Apple TV+ but showing in select cinemas too, screening at all Showcase Cinemas, The Greatest Beer Run Ever comes from comedy directing legend Peter Farrelly (Dumb and Dumber, There’s Something About Mary). Based on the book by Joanna Molloy and John "Chickie" Donohue, this biographical war comedy stars Zac Efron as Chickie, who gets the mad idea to leave his new York home in 1967 and bring beer to his childhood buddies who are currently in the army fighting in Vietnam. Co-starring Russell Crowe and Bill Murray.

Other releases:
Flux Gourmet (15) (a culinary comedy/horror/drama from director Peter Strickland) - Friday 30th September
Girls Girls Girls (15) (Finish coming of age drama) - Friday 30th September
A Bird Flew In (Dereck Jacobi co-stars in film studio lockdown drama) - Friday 30th September
Love Around The World (documentary exploring love) - Friday 30th September
Midwives (animated documentary about two midwives from different backgrounds uniting for a good cause) - Friday 30th September
Inu-Oh (anime rock opera) - Friday 30th September
The Oil Machine (documentary examining North Sea Oil) - Tuesday 4th October
Billy Joel Live At Yankee Stadium - Wednesday 5th October
Mayerling Royal Opera House Ballet London 2022 - Wednesday 5th October
Jack Absolute Flies Again National Theatre Live 2022 - Thursday 6th October