Our 51st film season:
11 September 2019
A coming-of-age film about a teenage girl voted ‘most quiet in class’, as she strives to survive her eighth grade so that she can start afresh at high school.
USA, 2018, Bo Burnham. Drama/Comedy, 93 mins (15)
25 September 2019
Set within an orthodox Jewish community in north London, a woman is shunned because of her attraction to a female friend.
Ireland/UK/USA, 2017, Sebastián Lelio. Drama/Romance, 114 mins (15)
9 October 2019
A near-impossible romance between two people from very different backgrounds: a music director and a singer. Set in Poland in the 1950’s.
Poland/UK/France, 2018, Pawel Pawlikowski. Drama/History/Music, 89 mins (15)
23 October 2019
One Cut Of The Dead
A hack director and his crew are shooting a zombie movie in an abandoned WW2 facility, when they are attacked by real zombies.
Japan, 2017, Shin’ichirȏ Ueda. Comedy/Horror, 96 mins (15)
20 November 2019
Sometimes Always Never
Scrabble-obsessed and retired, Alan (played by Bill Nighy) searches tirelessly for his absent son, amidst tensions with his other son who constantly feels second best.
UK, 2018, Carl Hunter. Drama/Mystery, 91 mins (12A)
15 January 2020
Woman At War
Halla, a music teacher by day, becomes a determined environmental activist as she takes on her local aluminium factory and its owners.
Iceland, 2017, Benedikt Erlingsson. Adventure/Comedy/Drama, 101 mins (12A)
22 January 2020
Children Of The Snow Land
In the mountain villages of Nepal, children have to leave their families at an early age in order to gain a formal education. Some of them now return home to meet the parents and siblings they have not seen in years.
UK/Nepal, 2018, Balfour and Stephenson. Documentary, 97 mins (PG)
5 February 2020
Four students mistake their lives for a movie as they plan to steal rare and valuable books from the university’s library.
UK/USA, 2018, Bart Layton. Biography/Crime/Drama, 116 mins (15)
26 February 2020
While serving a five-year sentence for committing a violent crime, a 12-year-old boy decides to sue his parents for neglect.
Lebanon/France/USA, 2018, Nadine Labaki. Drama,103 mins (15)
4 March 2020
Leave No Trace
A man and his thirteen-year-old daughter are living an ideal existence deep within an urban park in Portland, Oregon. When spotted by a passer-by, their lives change forever.
USA/Canada, 2018, Debra Granik. Drama, 109 mins (PG)
Sadly, these five films had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 lockdown:
Wajib, The Heiresses, Bait, If Beale Street Could Talk and Faces, Places
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