Programme - 2019/2020 Season - Extention

Titles booked for the 2019/2020 film season extension are shown below. Please note that the programme may be subject to alteration.

Programme 2019/2020 Season - Extension
DateTitleDescription
2020
Mon 12 Oct
Tue 13 Oct
Fisherman's Friends A lively romantic comedy. A fast-living, cynical London music executive is fooled by his boss into trying to sign a group of shanty-singing Cornish fishermen who all value friendship and community over fame and fortune.
Dir: Chris Foggin /2019/UK/Cert 12A 112min
2020
Mon 26 Oct
Tue 27 Oct
Pain and Glory A touching drama about an ageing film-maker reflecting on his past, present and future and seeking to recover his joy and purpose in life. Almodóvar’s most personal of films, with excellent performances by Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz.
Subtitles Dir: Pedro Almodóvar /2019/Spain/Cert 15 113min
2020
Mon 9 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
The Little Stranger An atmospheric mystery drama set in 1948. A country doctor is called to treat a patient at a crumbling estate whose inhabitants are haunted by a dying way of life – and perhaps something more ominous.
Dir: Lenny Abrahamson /2018/UK/Cert 12A 111min
2020
Mon 23 Nov
Tue 24 Nov
Back to Burgundy Three siblings reunite to save the vineyard they’ve inherited. Over four seasons and two harvests they rediscover their trust in each other, maturing and blossoming along with their wine.
Subtitles Dir: Cedric Klapisch /2017/France/Cert 15 113min
2020
Mon 7 Oct
Tue 8 Oct
All is True Shakespeare (Branagh) returns to Stratford, where he must face a troubled past and a neglected family. Haunted by the death of his son Hamnet, he struggles to mend broken relationships with his wife (Judi Dench) and daughters.
Dir: Kenneth Branagh /2018/UK/Cert 12A 101min

For previous years' programmes go to previous years' programmes

Although we hand out to members and guests on the evening a short critique of the films we screen, we are often asked for more details about the films we show. Useful sources of further information on the films in this years' programme go to the Links page