Category: Schedules

[July 2022] Nicholas Ray

"Nicholas Ray is to some extent the Rossellini of Hollywood, in the kingdom of mechanization he is the craftsman, loving fashioning small objects out of holly wood. Hence a hue…
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[June 2022] Louis Malle

"Less sympathetic critics -- the French ones, especially -- have found Malle's conscious eclecticism suspect, even a little distasteful: one recent New Wave history refers to his "fevered search for…
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[May 2022] David Lynch: Wild At Heart & Weird On Top

"If you think about the outrageous kinds of moral manipulation we suffer at the hands of most contemporary directors ... it will be easier to convince you that something in…
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[April 2022] Jonathan Demme: Core 80s

"In the ’80s, Demme was mostly known for wild comedies....1986’s road caper Something Wild was a cult hit that introduced Ray Liotta to the world; 1988’s Married to the Mob…
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[March 2022] ANTIWAR

Initially, we planned to return from the pandemic with a programme of favourites or perhaps some great films that regrettably did not make the cut for past programmes. With things…
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[March 2020] Nicolas Roeg 70>80

Thursday, March 5 2020 | 8PM Performance Great Britain 1970 d. Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg with James Fox, Mick Jagger, Anita Pallenberg, Michèle Breton, Ann Sidney and John ‘Biffo’ Bindon. Colour. 115…
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[February 2020] Akira Kurosawa – Tokyo Postwar

Thursday, February 6 2020 | Nora inu aka Stray Dog Japan 1949 d. Akira Kurosawa with Toshiro Mifune, Takashi Shimura, Keiko Awaji, Eiko Miyoshi, Noriko Honma, Isao Kimura, Minoru Chiaki, Ichiro Sugai and Noriko…
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[January 2020] Bergman 1960s

Thursday, January 2, 2020 | Jungfrukällan aka The Virgin Spring Sweden 1960 d. Ingmar Bergman with Max von Sydow, Birgitta Valberg, Gunnel Lindblom, Birgitta Pettersson, Axel Düberg and Tor Isedal. Black and white. In…
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[December 2019] Bogart/Bacall

"The alliteration of their last names seemed in itself to suggest their intertwined destinies, as the cliché about opposites attracting was never more evidenced than in this couple’s initially hesitant…
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[November 2019] No Such Thing As Society/British Cinema in the Thatcher Era 1983-89

Thursday, November 7 2019 | 8PM Meantime Great Britain 1983 d. Mike Leigh with Tim Roth, Gary Oldman, Marion Bailey, Phil Daniels, Pam Ferris, Alfred Molina and Tilly Vosburgh. Colour. 112 m…
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