September screenings are in the William Loveless Hall on Tuesday evenings starting at the eariler time of 7:30pm. Click on the film titles for further details.
Tuesday 10 September 7.30 pm
Dir: Paul Andrew Williams, UK 2012, 93mins
“The film works because of the artistry of it’s stellar cast, and heartfelt script by writer/director Paul Andrew Williams.”
Tuesday 17 September 7.30pm
Dir: Ken Loach, UK, 2013, 98 mins
“A lament, celebration, and wake-up call to modern politicians and voters.”
A documentary about the spirit of unity which buoyed Britain during the war years and carried through to create a vision of a fairer, united society.
Tuesday 24 September 7.30 pm
Dir: Francois Ozon, 2012, Fr, 105 mins
French with English subtitles
A delightful and unusual black comedy, about a literature teacher and his teenager pupil’s erotic obsession with the boy’s school-friend’s mother. The lines between fantasy and reality are blurred; the net result is a puzzle and a delight.
Tuesday 8th Oct 7.30pm
Dir: Pedro Almodovar, Spain, 2013, 95 mins
“Full of fizz, filth and fun like an 80’s retro-blast….”
Pedro Almodovar has never had such flamboyant fun.
Tuesday 15 October 7.30pm
Dir: Steven Soderbergh, US, 2013, 118 mins Matt Damon, Debbie Reynolds, Michael Douglas
Michael Douglas’ performance as the flamboyant pianist Liberace is a tour de force. ‘Exuberant and exotic but at heart a tender, if odd, love story.’
Tuesday 22 October 7.30pm
Dir: Jay Bulger, USA, 2012, 100 mins
” A broadly forgiving portrait of an impossible, irascible talent, who seems to have treated life much like his instrument.” Insanely enjoyable.
…more details of the November programme to follow soon…