At the age of 51, Lee Israel (McCarthy) has spent years behind the typewriter, writing best-selling celebrity biographies, profiling the glossiest names in showbiz. When her career goes into a sudden slump and she's left with nothing but her beloved cat, some moth-eaten cardigans and a point-blank eviction warning, she takes a questionable route to keep the wolf from the door. Expertly faking letters from the stars, she sells them out of her New York flat for hundreds of dollars. But it’s not long before the FBI smell a rat. Lee enlists the help of loyal friend Jack Hock (Grant) to keep tricks afloat. Adapted from Lee Israel’s memoir of the same name, Can You Ever Forgive Me? recounts a true story of one woman who played with fire, got burnt but still enjoyed the ride.
15.30HOH Subtitled: This screening has subtitles for people with hearing loss
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Leaving Litwak’s video arcade behind, eight-bit misfits Ralph (Reilly) and Vanellope (Silverman) risk a trip into the strange realm of cyberspace in search of a spare part to save Vanellope’s racing game. In the vast virtual chaos, full of pop-up ads and high-stakes online auctions, they’re in way over their heads. Luckily the netizens of the web are there to help… but is anything safe when Ralph Breaks The Internet? Teeming with famous faces from across the Disneyverse, the sequel to 2012 smash hit Wreck-It Ralph is a delightful animated romp through pop culture.