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Welcome to the 5th Holmfirth Film Festival Welcome to the 5th Film Festival which builds on the success of the last four years. We are concentrating on films this year with an exciting programme of nearly 80, quirky venues throughout the Holme Valley, innovative events, major talks on film, more opportunities to see award-winning films and documentaries from around the world, and the very best of British independent film.
experience. We thank Craig Morrison for loan of the Truck and Turner Brothers for transporting it to Holmfirth.
We are contributing to the 100 day cultural festival of the Tour de France with a series of French movies, cycling films and some specially commissioned film soundtrack events. Watch out for the big outdoor screen on the Tour weekend at Sands.
Finally, the Festival could not be undertaken without the sterling service from our volunteers who ensure that the festival remains very much a community run event.
We thank our funders - the BFI, Kirklees Arts in the Neighbourhood and Holiday Activity programme, Holme Valley Parish Council, One 17 Design, the many businesses in Holmfirth that offer support and, in particular, the venues – Massala Lounge, Brambles, The Postcard and More films for children and families, a whole week of films the Picturedrome – Peter Carr has given us tremendous for Young People, and more extensive animation and filmsupport over the past few years. making workshops.
The Yurt will be back next year – bigger and better. This year we introduce at Sands Recreation Park– the Cinema Truck, an exciting mobile venue that offers a real cinema
We try to keep ticket prices as low as possible and I hope you discover a few film gems. And don’t forget to bring a cushion for added comfort… Stephen Dorril, Chair of the Holmfirth Festival
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23rd - 30th May 2014
Opening Night Friday 23rd May The Great Beauty Friday 23 May 7.15pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | £4.50 Dir. Paolo Sorrentino (Italy 2013, 142mins 15) European Film of the Year and Oscar for best Foreign Film. A dazzlingly ambitious film with each frame beautifully shot. Tony Servillo (IL Divo) is the journalist who has seduced his way through Rome’s lavish nightlife but now, on his 65th birthday, reluctantly takes stock of his life. A film of sheer pleasure.
Wake in Fright
Friday 23 May 10pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Ted Kotcheff (Australia 1971, 109mins 18) The re-release of the year is brutal and stunning with a brilliant performance by Donald Pleasance. A teacher’s arrival down under in a rough outback mining town turns into a sun-baked nightmare. Prepared to be disturbed.
BAFTA Shorts 2014
Friday 23 May 7.30pm | Hepworth Village Hall | £4.50
Friday 23 May 8pm | Cellar 88, Holmfirth | FREE
Dir. Alexander Payne US 2013, 115mins 15) Bruce Dern should have won the Oscar for his brilliant portrayal of the ageing, booze-addled father who makes a trip from Montana to Nebraska. Drenched in nostalgia for a vanished small town America, this is old-style film-making of elegance, simplicity and poetry. Another gem from America’s finest director.
A rolling programme of the very best of British short live action and animated films submitted to the BAFA awards in 2014. Eight small wonders with real gems highlighting the subversive talent now engaged in making short films.
The Wolf of Wall Street Friday 23 May 7pm | Southgate Theatre, Honley | £4.50 Dir. Martin Scorsese (US 2013, 179mins 18) As the coked-up, pill-popping New York stockbroker, Leonardo DiCaprio discovers his talent for comedy in this funny and irreverent descent from the American Dream to success, affluence, excess and corporate greed. Scorsese back to form in this entertaining black comedy.
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg Friday 23 May 7.30pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth £6 (includes French wine and nibbles)
Dir. Jacques Demy (France 1964, 95mins 15) Classic romantic musical that made a star of the young Catherine Deneuve, the teenage Geneviéve, whose boyfriend is called up to the army just as she discovers she is pregnant. Complications then ensue… Newly remastered, this is visually dazzling, with a brilliant score (mostly of sung dialogue) by Michel Legrand. One of the most romantic films ever.
Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer Friday 23 May 7.30pm Brambles, Holmfirth £4.50 Dir. Maxim Pozdorovkin, Mike Lerner (UK 2013, 90mins 18) Winner of the British Independent Film Awards for best British documentary, this is a gripping, powerful and compelling account of the extraordinary story of the three radical-feminist punk rockers who shook the Russian state, eventually to be imprisoned in the Siberia.
Pulp Fiction + Debate Friday 23 May 7pm Massala Lounge, Holmfirth £4.50
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Dir. Quentin Tarantino (US 1994, 148mins 18) Outrageously violent, time-twisting and in love with talk, Pulp Fiction is widely considered to be the most influential American movie of the 1990s. Or was it….? This 20th anniversary screening will be followed by a debate led by Dr David Redrum and Dr Stephen Dorril, Senior Lecturers in English and Film at the University of Huddersfield, on its status today and what it tells us about Tarantino and American culture.
Children’s and Family Films A wonderful collection of the best children’s and animation films, and classics for children of all ages. Tickets: Adults £4.50, Children £3.50 (Wolf Children - details from firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Triplets of Belleville Saturday 24 May 1pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth
Dir. Sylvain Chomet (France, 2003, 81mins, PG) A near silent classic of beautiful animation, full of French flair for invention and quirky characters, with a grandmother and a dog who track their kidnapped cyclist grandson to Belleville. Terrific.
Frozen Saturday 24 May 1pm | Hepworth Village Hall Dirs. Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee (US 2013, 102mins, PG) Get out the ice lollies on this sunny day for one the biggest animated comedy films of all time. Disney back on form with an epic journey in the frozen kingdom of Arendelle of mystical trolls and a snowman.
Despicable Me 2 Sunday 25 May 2pm | Upperthong Village Hall Dirs. Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud (US 2013, 98mins, U) Great sequel from the zany goggle-wearing minions. Fun, fast and visually inventive.
The Lego Movie Sunday 25 May 2pm | Southgate Theatre, Honley Dirs. Phil Lord, Christopher Miller (US 2014, 101mins) A crazy funny film, full of charm, creativity and imagination in a hyperhappy world of Lego. Kids love it and parents will find they do too.
Wolf Children Sunday 25 May 1pm | Marsden Band Rooms Dir. Mamoru Hosoda (Japan 2013, 110mins, PG) A powerful and delightful family anime tale of a 19 year-old student who falls in love with a ‘wolf man’. This is Japanese animation art at its height. Awe inspiring magic for older children (and adults).
The Story of Children and Film Sunday 25 May 12pm & 2pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth Dir. Mark Cousin (UK 2013, 101mins) A passionate, poetic and masterly cine-essay about children in and on film by the critic Mark Cousins which has garnered wonderful reviews. This mosaic of well-chosen clips and images is utterly beguiling and is a rich and rewarding experience for children and adults who like film.
23rd - 30th May 2014
Children’s and Family Films Kirikou and the Sorceress Monday 26 May 2pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth
Dir. Michel Ocelot (France 1998, 74mins, U) Enchanting, life-affirming animation of love and redemption, based on a West African folk tale of the small boy Kirikou who saves his mother and village from a sorceress. A visual and aural delight with lovely music from Youssou N’Dour. A classic in the art of story-telling.
The King and the Mockingbird Tuesday 27 May 2pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth Dir. Paul Grimault (France 1980, 84mins, U) One of the pinnacles of traditional animation. Re-released this year, this rich treat of a tale involving a pompous king who falls in love with an imaginary women and is trounced by a sharp-tongued mockingbird contains some of the most beautiful animation ever. A must see.
Petit Nicolas Wednesday 28 May 2pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth
Dir. Laurent Tirard (France 2012, 90mins, PG) The adult world seen through the eyes of a young boy who fears he is about to be supplanted in the family by a new baby boy. A major hit in France, this is a hilarious and beautifully shot idyllic version of childhood. Subtitled, older children will love it.
The Thief and the Cobbler Thursday 29 May 2pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | FREE Dir. Richard Williams (UK 1993 – restored version, 91mins, U) The forgotten and until now flawed masterpiece of animation by Oscar-winning Canadian genius Richard Williams. The thief is more interested in gold than love and takes off with the Princess and the cobbler. Features some of the most astonishing animation sequences ever committed to film.
Ernest and Celestine Friday 30 May, 12pm & 1.30pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth
Dirs. Stephane Aubier, Benjamin Renner, Vincent Pater (France 2012, 80mins, U) Wonderful. Award-winning animated tale of mice who live beneath the streets, terrified of the bears above – except for Celestine an artist and a dreamer. Truly magnificent and heart-warming. Subtitled version.
Dr Simpo’s Animation Workshops Tuesday 27 May & Wednesday 28 May 10.30am - 3pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | Each session ideal for 11 to 17 year olds FREE - Very Limited Numbers | Booking required at Holmfirth Tourist Information Office | Brambles has disabled facilities Come along and take part in a crash course for wanna-be animators under the supervision of an experienced cartoonist and film-maker. Doodle yourself a character, make it move. Create your own Animation. See it on the big screen on Thursday. A chance also to watch the best of animation. Following the success of previous workshops this year we offer more places and longer session, and thanks to generous funding by Kirklees Young People’s Holiday Activity programme, they are free.
Young people & film workshop Bored? Nothing to do? Why not watch a film? An exciting programme of films for young people, including some of the best films of the year in any category. Why not buy a £10.50 ticket for three films and save a pound?
Almost Famous Saturday 24 May 2pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | FREE Dir. Cameron Crowe (US 2000, 120mins, 15) Audiences love this wonderfully witty, warm and moving comingof-age story – based on Cameron Crowe’s own experience - of the teenager who becomes a music journalist on Rolling Stone magazine. Sex, drugs and Rock n Roll – what more could you want? Want to become a music journalist? The film is introduced by Dave Simpson, the Guardian newspaper’s Northern Music Journalist and Lecturer at the University of Huddersfield.
The Kings of Summer
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Sunday 25 May 2pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £3.50
Monday 26 May 2pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £3.50
Dir. Jordan Vogt-Roberts (US 2013, 95mins, 15) An instant classic. A note-perfect funny script that perfectly captures the feel of restless youth idling away a summer as the three teenagers attempt to free themselves of their parents, build a house in the wilderness, and live off the land.
Dir. Francis Lawrence (US 2013, 146mins, 12) Jennifer Lawrence is terrific as the haunted and conflicted heroine in this dark, gritty, exciting - and even better than the first film - sequel with amazing designs and costumes. It all builds to a thrilling climax.
How I Live Now
Turn Me On, Goddamit!
Tuesday 27 May 2pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £3.50
Wednesday 28 May 2pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £3.50
Dir. Kevin Macdonald (UK 2013, 101mins, 15) One of the best British films of last year. Based on the cult teenage book by Meg Rosoff, Saoirse Ronan and Tom Holland star in an apocalyptic teen romance set in a near future England that moves from a poignant love story to the verge of world war three. Terrific.
Dir. Jannicke Systad Jacobsen (Norway, 2012, 95mins, 15) Told from a girl’s viewpoint, this is a brilliant, quirky and sweet sex comedy about a 15 year-old girl living in a boring town who is consumed by her out-of-control hormones and fantasies. It is explicit but is so much better and more honest than American coming-ofage movies.
23rd - 30th May 2014
Young people & film workshop Pitch Perfect
The Way Way Back
Thursday 29 May 2pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £3.50
Friday 30 May 2pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £3.50
Dir. Jason Moore (US 2012, 122mins, 15) Rival a cappella groups on a college campus compete for national glory - elements of Glee in a very, very funny comedy that is great fun, full of fine performances and a major hit with audiences.
Dirs. Nat Foxon, Jim Rash (US 2013, 103mins, 12) Crowd pleasing charmer from the writers of The Descendants about a 14 year-old on a summer holiday with his mother and her ghastly boyfriend and obnoxious daughter. Although formulaic, this is funny and immensely enjoyable with moments of brilliance.
The 48-Hour Short Film Workshop
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Tuesday 27 May, Wednesday 28 May & Thursday 29 May | Brooke’s Mill, Armitage Bridge | Ideal for ages 12-17 FREE - Very Limited Numbers | Booking required at Holmfirth Tourist Information Office Brooke’s Mill has a café and facilities for those with disabilities Short film-making has seen an explosion in recent years powered by the advances in technology and a renewed interest in this most creative of film genres. If you have a real interest in film-making, here is a chance over three days for you and a friend to create your own short film with the help of experienced film-makers using small digital cameras and laptops for editing. The theme -- in line with this year’s Tour de France – is ‘mobility’. The films will be screened on the Thursday (29th) at the Picturedrome. Thanks to generous support of Brooke’s Mill and One 17 Charitable Trust in Armitage Bridge, and help from Kirklees Arts in the Neighbourhood, this will be a free activity.
Saturday 24th May Tour de France cycling afternoon
The Triplets of Belleville (See page 4 for details) Saturday 24 May 1pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | Adults £4.50 Children £3.50
Saturday 24 May 3pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth Adults £4.50, Children £3.50 or FREE if you turn up on a bike!
Dir. Peter Yates (US 1979, 97mins 12) The essential cycling film. This lovely coming-of-age story won an Oscar for its screenplay about four working-class teenagers (including a young Dennis Quaid) who battle the posh college kids of smalltown America in a cycling race. A feel good film of unsentimental optimism.
The Best Short Films of the Year
Saturday 24 May 8pm | Cellar 88, Holmfirth | Free
Saturday 24 May 7.30pm | Southgate Theatre, Honley | £4.50
A selection of the best from the Aesthetica Independent Short Film competition which is a celebration of independent short film-making from around the world.
Dir. David O Russell (US 2013, 129mins 15) Fundamentally about characters, this is a slick, smart and energetic shaggy dog caper set in the 1970s – killer soundtrack and great costumes – with an ingenious conman (Christian Bale), his long suffering wife (a brilliant Jennifer Lawrence) and his seductive British partner (Amy Adams) forced by the FBI to work in the world of the Mafia (Robert de Niro). Let’s boogie down.
The Past Saturday 24 May 7.30pm | Hepworth Village Hall | £4.50
Dir. Asghar Farhardi (France 2013, 130mins 15) After the brilliance of A Separation, Fardardi returns with the story of an Iranian in Paris who leaves his French wife and children for a new relationship in a beautifully written, assuredly directed and powerfully acted film that demonstrates his place among the great directors of today.
Best British Independent Films of the Year Saturday 24 May 7pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £6
Dir. Sean Ellis (UK 2013, 115mins 15) Metro Manila is an immaculately composed slow-burning crime thriller about an innocent corrupted by the crime riddled city of Manila. Ellis has directed an engrossing and emotionally tragic film, and looks like a genuine star of the future. Dirs. Christine Molloy, Joe Lowler (Ireland 2013, 95mins 15) Fine TV actor Aiden Gillan (Queer as Folk, Game of Thrones) gives a great performance in this implosive thriller as a man who flies to Singapore to tidy up the affairs of his dead nightclub owning brother. The strange pervading sense of mystery of a man lost in a foreign country is oddly compelling.
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Dir. Haifaa al-Mansour (Saudi Arabia 2012, 98mins 12) Many people’s favourite film of the year is a deceptively simple tale of a 10 year-old girl living in the capital city Riyadh, who is determined to raise enough money to buy a bike – despite the fact that women are banned from riding bikes. This first feature film to be entirely shot in Saudi Arabia by a female director is a striking achievement and uplifting experience.
Museum Hours + Food & Drink Metro Manila
Saturday 24 May 7pm food 8.30pm | Marsden Band Rooms, Marsden | £9.50 food & film or £4.50 film only For details see Booking information
Saturday 24 May 7.30pm | One 17 Design, Armitage Bridge £15 for film, food & drink. Limited availability
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Dir. Jem Cohen (Austria 2012, 104mins 12A) This award winning film and critics’ favourite of the year is a mesmerising tale of two strangers who find refuge in a Vienna museum and discover through their appreciation of art a new friendship. Strange and very compelling, it makes you look again at the pleasure of looking. The Festival is the guest of the award-winning One 17 Design Group which also helps to inspire young people through its partnerships with local schools and its Charitable Trust which helps disadvantaged people in the community.
Saturday 24th May Holme Valley Orchestra - A Night at the Movies... Saturday 24 May 7.30pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | Tickets £8 Children £4 Conducted by James Morgan, the Holme Valley Orchestra brings Hollywood to Holmfirth with a sizzling night of film music and film clips from the final frontier of space (Star Trek) to the big country of the westerns (The Magnificent Seven) to adventure on the high seas (The Sea Hawk) and many others, and finally to tragedy (Titanic). A night to remember.
Saturday 24 May 10pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Elliot Goldner (UK 2013, 89mins 18) A found footage British horror yarn - from first-time director and colleague of Ben Wheatley - about Vatican investigators and paranormal activity in a country church that works, with genuine scares, and a few laughs along the way.
On the Trail of the post-Civil War Western - Introduced by Lee Broughton (Leeds University)
Saturday 24 May 1pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | FREE -Very limited number of tickets - Holmfirth Tourist Information
Dir. Enzo G. Castellari (Italy 1976, 96mins 18) Franco Nero stars as the half-breed who returns home from the Civil War on one man mission to save the town. Told almost as a Greek tragedy with flashbacks, this gritty and violent Spaghetti Western is one of the very best of the genre.
The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid
Dir. Philip Kaufman (US 1972, 91mins, 12) One of the most interesting of the 70s’ New Hollywood directors, Kaufman’s Civil War is still very much alive in this myth busting and off-beat tale of the Younger brothers (led by Cliff Robertson) and James brothers (led by a psychotic Robert Duvall), and their final bank raid.
Cutie and the Boxer
Saturday 24 May 7.30pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
Saturday 24 May 2pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Zachery Heinzerling (US 2013, 82mins 12) This Oscar nominated documentary is real treat. A fascinatingly heartwarming and heartbreaking fly-on-the-wall and archive film of the chaotic 40 year-long marriage of two Japanese artists in New York that is both funny and a serious portrait of the artistic process. Highly recommended.
Dir. Noah Baumbach (US 2013, 86mins 15) Great performance by Greta Gerwig (who co-scripted with director Noah Baumbach) in this sharply observed and witty comic fable about Frances, a young dancer apartment hopping around New York, searching for meaning in her life. Shot in black and white, with conscious echoes of Woody Allen’s landmark film Manhattan. Hugely enjoyable.
Garden of Words
Dir. Makoto Shinkai (Japan 2013, 46mins 15) An aspiring shoemaker keeps coming across a mysterious woman in this truly stunning featurette of Japanese Anime at its very, very best.
Stories We Tell Saturday 24 May 7.30pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | £4.50 Dir. Sarah Polley (Canada 2013, 106mins 12A) In one of the documentaries of the year, Sarah Polley investigates her own family’s memories and storytelling, including the truths and myths surrounding her mother, who died when she was only eleven. In the process she twists and turns the genre in a deeply affecting but entertaining film.
Sunday 25th May Nymphomaniac 1+2 Sunday 25 May 1pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | £6
Twenty Feet from Stardom Sunday 25 May 7.30pm | Southgate Theatre, Honley | £4.50
Dir. Morgan Neville (US 2013, 91mins 12) The untold and poignant story of the brilliant and largely anonymous backup singers behind some of music’s greatest hits over the past 50 years. Oscar winner for best documentary feature, this is an upbeat and rousing crowd pleaser.
Enough Said Dir. Lars Von Trier (Denmark 2013, 242mins 18) The world’s most controversial director has produced another film that will divide audiences but this darkly funny bold and extremely explicit film about a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac who recounts her erotic experiences to the man who saved her, is another must see.
INTERNATIONAL AND NORTHERN SHORT FILMS
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Sunday 25 May 7.30pm | Marsden Band Rooms | £4.50
Dir. Nicole Holofcener (US 2013, 93mins 12) James Gandolfini, in his last film, and an excellent Julia LouisDreyfus star in this wry, impeccably shot romantic comedy about two divorcees who meet and the mess of their relationships. This grown-up independent film was a hit with critics and audiences alike.
All is Lost Sunday 25 May 7.30pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
International & Northern Short Film Night Sunday 25 May 7.30pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | FREE Another great treasure-trove of exciting, innovative and creative short films from across the globe and from the North of England. The number of people and countries involved in making short films continues to grow, as does the diversity, talent on show and entertainment value. Expect to be surprised, amused and moved.
23rd - 30th May 2014
Dir. J. C. Chandor (US 2013, 101mins 18) This commanding one-man show from Robert Redford as he struggles for survival against the cruel elements of an indifferent world in this lost-at-sea thriller, should have won him the Oscar. This fine example of pure movie making builds to a truly operatic grandeur.
Sunday 25th May Super Formula One Double Bill
Sunday 25 May 6.30pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | £6
Dir. Ron Howard (US 2013, 123mins 12) Director Howard fires on all cylinders in this sleek, sexy and glamorous take on the intense rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda for the motor racing crown. You don’t have to like Formula One to enjoy this hugely entertaining film.
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Dir. Paul Crowder (US 2013, 112mins 12) Set in the golden age of Formula One, this is a scintillating documentary about a time when drivers’ chances of dying were extremely high. Wonderful footage and brilliant editing. Narrated by Michael Fassbender.
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Sunday 25 May 7pm | Upperthong Village Hall | £6
Dir. Jon S. Baird (UK 2013, 94mins 18) The sleeper hit of last year. James McAvoy deservedly won awards for his completely over-the-top portrayal of the drug fueled, corrupt Scottish policeman up for promotion in this dark black comedy, based on Irving Welsh’s book.
Dir. Frederic Jardin (France 2012, 103mins 18) French crime thriller centred on a cop who turns into a relentless fighting machine after his son is kidnapped following a drug robbery gone wrong. A clever plot, adrenaline edged, this is brilliantly entertaining.
A World Not Ours + Talk
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Sunday 25 May 2pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Mahdi Fleifel (Denmark 2013, 93mins 12) A heartfelt, moving and often humorous portrayal of three generations of a Palestinian family in exile since 1948 in a refugee camp in Southern Lebanon. A favourite of audiences at festivals around the world, this engaging and intimate documentary uses family archives and historic footage. Followed by discussion with Holmfirth’s Ken Hodgson, who has just returned from working alongside Palestinians in the occupied territories as part of the Ecumenical and Accompaniment Programme and the UN International Year of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.
An Expedition to the End of the World (In collaboration with HoTT) Sunday 25 May 7.30pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | £4.50
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Dir. Daniel Dencik (Denmark 2013, 90mins 12) Absolutely magnificent. A grand epic journey aboard a three mast schooner by 10 academic Danes to the last uncharted area of northern Greenland. With scenes of stunning beauty, this entertaining and at times humorous documentary also raises questions about the fundamentals of existence.
Monday 26th May Blue is the Warmest Colour Monday 26 May 7pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | £4.50
Marie Kroyer Monday 26 May 7.30pm Choppards Sunday School, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Abdellatif Kechiche (France 2013, 187mins 18) Stunned critics at Cannes and won best picture. A riveting coming-of-age romantic drama with outstanding and electrifying performances from the two young female leads. Raw, honest and a tremendous piece of memorable cinema.
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These Birds Walk
Dir. Bilie August (Denmark 2012, 102mins 15) Borgen’s Birgitte Sorensen is excellent as the wife of Denmark’s most famous artist, P. S. Kroyer, whose fame masked his own depressive illness and the reality of a family in crisis. Subtle and compassionate, this is a beautiful costume drama set at the beginning of the 20th century - a fitting film for this lovely venue.
50 Kisses Monday 26 May 12, 2 & 4pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | FREE
Monday 26 May 7.30pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £4.50 Dirs. Omar Mullick, Bassam Tariq (Pakistan 2013, 71mins 12) Absolutely reverting – already acclaimed as the best documentary of the year, this is an beautiful and unforgettable portrayal of Karachi’s vulnerable and wayward children, and the humanitarian efforts of one man. A five star heart wrenching and life affirming film.
Dirs. Chris Jones, Vlastimir Stevanovic and 41 more (UK 2014, 89mins 15) The world’s first crowd source generated feature film was produced by Huddersfield’s own Judy Goldberg. 50 screenwriters, 50 filmmakers weave their short films into a romantic Valentine’s Kiss that is charming, ridiculous and moving. Delightful.
23rd - 30th May 2014
Monday 26th May A Hijacking Monday 26 May 7.30pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Tobias Lindholm (Denmark 2012, 110mins 15) A slow burning thriller from the writer of Borgen about the fate of a Danish freighter hijacked by Somali pilots. You may recognise the premise - and actors. Some thought this the better film than Captain Phillips as it turns the screw in an intelligent movie that eschews Hollywood clichés and develops a real sense of dread.
The Miners’ Hymns + Talk Monday 26 May 1/2/4pm | Tim’s Barn, Holme | £3.50 Dir. Bill Morrison (UK 2011, 50mins) A wonderful art celebration of the ill-fated mining communities of the North by multi-media artist Bill Morrison who uses archive footage and an evocative music soundtrack by Icelandic composer John Johannsson to celebrate the lives, spirit and solidarity of those who worked underground.
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Dir. Rick Rowley (US 2013, 86mins 12) In this Oscar-nominated documentary which unfolds like a conspiracy thriller, investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill investigates one particular atrocity committed by an ultrasecretive American special forces unit in Afghanistan and expands it out into a chilling study of the darkness at the heart of America’s War on Terror.
The Clipathon Monday 26 May 7.30pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | FREE
At 3pm a talk and discussion of the Miners’ Strike with Paul Routledge, a leading industrial correspondent during the Strike and author of an unauthorised biography of Arthur Scargill.
Come and screen your favourite film clip(s) from any genre (no longer than five minutes) and tell the audience in no more than five minutes why you like it (them) so much. Great fun for movie goers, film enthusiasts and armchair critics. Bring your DVD/Blu ray (any region) - identify the time of the clip and we will play it.
Tuesday 27th May Tour de France Live Film Soundtracks Night
Tuesday 27 May 7.30pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth Adults £5 Children £3.50 A special night – the Festival has commissioned five leading local musicians to compose and play live music soundtracks to classic short films on the theme of cycling as part of the Tour de France 100 day cultural festival. Internationally renowned composer Barrie Russell chose Ridley Scott’s first film, Boy and Bicycle (UK 1965, 27mins). A leading figure in the world of Brass Bands, arranger and conductor David Hirst returns to his hometown for Jacques Tati’s L’Ecole de Facteurs (School for Postmen, France 1947, 16mins). Award winning Julio d’Escrivan and Phil Maguire from the University of Huddersfield’s Sound Music Image Research Centre unveil Mashed-Up Cycling (UK 2014, 15mins). Louis Malle’s brilliant film of black humour, awe and tragedy on the Tour de France (Vive le Tour, France 1962, 18mins) by the two Dans of 2D Music. Kava Kava’s Pat Fulgoni has composed a piece for Jim Morgan’s timelapse Holmfirth to Holme Moss (UK 2014, 15mins). Supported by Kirklees Arts in the Neighbourhood and Hinchliffe Mill Brass Band Music Charity.
French Double Bill Tuesday 27 May 7pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £6
Miss Representation + Discussion 20th Tuesday 27 May 7.30 | Brambles, Holmfirth Adults £4.50 Under 18s £3.50
Dirs. Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Kimberlee Acquaro (US 2012, 89mins 12) The under-representation of women in areas of power and influence in the UK is criminal. This simple, entertaining documentary which challenges the lack of positive female role models in mainstream media – ‘You can’t be what you can’t see‘ - had a powerful effect in America and led to the setting up of educative campaign groups. Although American in focus, it has lessons for here and is a spur to conversation. double friend s bill!
Dir. Pierre Schoeller (France 2012, 115mins 15) A winner at Cannes, its bizarre opening sequence which stays long in the mind leads to an intimate and realistic drama framed by the two tragedies faced by a new Transport Minister in a complex and hostile environment. Strangely compelling.
Dir. Katell Quillevere (France 2013, 94mins 15) What looks like a gentle soap – the fantastic Sara Forestier as the truck-driver’s daughter initially appears weak and uninteresting – turns into a Film Noir with a devastating finale. An intelligent gem.
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Tuesday 27th May The Moo Man
The Gospel According to St Matthew
Tuesday 27 May 7.30pm Choppards Sunday School, Holmfirth | £4.50
Tuesday 27 May 8pm | Holmfirth Parish Church Adults £4.50 Children £3.50
Dir. Andy Heathcote, Heike Bachelier (UK 2013, 98mins U) The surprise hit at the Sundance festival this documentary about the Sussex farmer who, fighting against the control of the supermarkets, decides to sell raw milk to save his farm is an absolute delight. Steve Hook has a remarkable relationship with his 55 cows – be prepared to shed tears.
Dir. Pier Paolo Passolini (Italy 1964, 134mins, 12) It took a gay, atheist Marxist to produce the one true classic film about Jesus Christ. Shot in black and white (beautifully remastered) in a straight-on documentary style in the country-side of southern Italy among its poorest communities, this is a powerful, passionate – and even for non-believers - devotional experience.
Tuesday 27 May 2pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
Tuesday 27 May 7.30pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Margarethe von Trotta (Germany 2012, 113mins 12) A very fine, thoughtful, intelligent and absorbing, almost documentarystyle, drama about the German-American political theorist who covers the trial of Holocaust architect Adolf Eichmann in Israel in 1961, out of which she developed the highly controversial idea of the banality of evil.
Dir. Mikael Marcimain (Sweden 2013, 134mins 18) Nordic Noir - one of the most underrated and interesting films of last year. Shot in the style of Tinker Tailor (they share the same cinematographer), this explosive conspiracy thriller, based on real events in 1970s’ Sweden about underage prostitutes used by corrupt politicians, is a complex, understated and gripping view.
Wednesday 28th May Local Film Night Wednesday 23 May 7.30pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth £4 (£5 on the door) Always a popular event … From the archives, a selection of old, new and favourite short films chronicling life in the Holme Valley and the surrounding area. Remembering the multi-talented artist (and barber) Wylbert Kemp: memories of child actor Marion at Bamforth (Griselda Pollock & John Murray, 1980); Mike Wade’s the Flood; The Opening of Holme Moss; The Milk Race; Trolley Buses; the Coronation; James Mason; Bailey’s Bath; Berry Brow in the 70s; Trains and many others…
Film in a Barn - Sponsored by Turner Brothers
The Return of Martin Guerre
Wednesday 28 May & Thursday 29 May 7pm The Barn at Malkin House, Holmfirth | £12 with Wine & Cheese
Dir. Daniel Vigne (France 1982, 122mins 12) Based on true historical events during the 16th century 100 Years War, this is the story of Nathalie Baye who, imagining herself a widow, is surprised when after nine years Gerard Depardieu returns seemingly looking and sounding like her husband. But is he? Marvellous and haunting with wonderful period detail.
Every Blessed Day + Food
The Broken Circle Breakdown
Wednesday 28 May 7.30pm | Meltham Language Centre | £12
Wednesday 28 May 7.30pm | Carlile Institute, Meltham | £4.50
food Dir. Paolo Virzi (Italy 2012, 102mins 15) Lovingly filmed with beautiful music, this is a modern Italian comedy drama set in our times of economic crisis that goes through all the emotions. Two young people in love are seemingly willing to sacrifice their developing relationship over the problem of conceiving a child.
Curry & Film Night
Jadoo: Kings of Curry
Dir. Felix Van Goeningen (Belgium 2013, 112mins 12A) Intensely moving portrait of the oddball relationship between a tattoo shop owner and a Bluesgrass banjo player. Immersed in American culture they fall deeply in love but then tragedy strikes... Belgium’s entry to the Oscars is an entertaining treat.
Wednesday 28 May 7pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £12 Dir. Amit Gupta (UK 2013, 81mins 12) Delicious and funny British Independent food-related wedding comedy - based on the director’s own family restaurant history - pits two feuding brothers, who both run curry houses in Leicester, against each other.
23rd - 30th May 2014
Wednesday 28th May Hunter S. Thompson Night
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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas + Talk Wednesday 28 May 7.30pm | Gonzo Bar, Holmfirth | £4.50 Dir. Terry Gilliam (US 1998, 115mins 18) Johnny Depp stars as Hunter S. Thompson’s alter ego Raul Duke in this cult gonzo take on the reporter’s trip to Las Vegas, which turns into a chaotic descent into the psychedelic nightmare of the American dream. It is sometimes forgotten that Thompson was a very fine journalist. His legacy is considered, as is that of New Journalism and Gonzo, with clips from other Thompson related films and documentaries. Plus a chance to drink cheap tequila. Supported by the Gonzo Bar and Journalism and Media at the University of Huddersfield.
Plot for Peace Wednesday 28 May 7.30pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | £4.50 Dir. Carlos Agullo, Mandy Jacobson (South Africa 2013, 84mins 12) A really fascinating documentary about the till-now-secret story of the behind-the-scenes machinations leading to the fall of Apartheid in South Africa, and the role played by back-room fixers and the mysterious Frenchman who engineered Mandela’s release from prison.
Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy
Wednesday 28 May 2pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
Wednesday 28 May 7.30pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Mario Tullio Giodana (Italy 2012, 129mins 12) Impressively staged fact-based conspiracy drama about the bombings in Milan in 1969 - initially blamed on the left but carried out by the extreme right as part of the Strategy of Tension – and the ensuing cover-up and death in custody of one of the accused and subsequently the investigating Commissioner.
Dir. Julian Polser (Austria 2013, 105mins 12) Austria’s submission to the Oscars is a bewitching, unsettling and mind-bending sci-fi parable based on a classic novel about a young woman in the Alps who is trapped by a mysterious invisible wall, forcing her into isolation and survival, that has echoes of a feminist Robinson Crusoe.
Thursday 29th May Barrie Russell’s live music soundtrack
The Adventures of Prince Achmed Thursday 29 May 7pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth Adults: £4.50 Children FREE Dir. Lotte Reiniger, Karl Koch (Germany 1926, 67 mins PG) Earliest surviving feature length animated film. Painstakingly crafted by Reiniger, the cut out animated silhouettes bring to life the adventures of the young Achmed as he journeys through the exotic worlds of the Arabian Nights, encountering witches, demons and princesses. Newly restored, this is a unique and brilliant piece of cinema history which still captivates. Barrie Russell will lead a specially commissioned live soundtrack with local schoolchildren. Plus the short films from the Festival’s animation and film-making workshops for children and young people.
Thursday 29 May 7.30pm | Carlile Institute, Meltham | £4.50
Thursday 29 May 2pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Sebatian Lelio (Chile 2013, 110mins 15) Chile’s entry to the Oscars is a funny and mysterious account of a woman of certain age who seeks love at social dances (70s music) for single people. Paulina Garcia gives an award-winning tour-de-force performance which is brilliant and ultimately uplifting.
Dir. Manuel von Sturler (Switzerland 2012, 90mins U) A beautiful documentary about the annual Transhumance – a 600km winter trek for 800 sheep, three donkeys, four dogs and the two shepherds, Pascal and Carole. Increasingly difficult as modern life encroaches on their trail, this is a wonderful pastoral hymn to freedom.
US Indy Double Bill - The best films of the year?
Thursday 29 May 7pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £6
Short Term 12
Dir. Destin Daniel Cretton (US 2013, 96mins 15) An Indy award winner, this is a cinematic rollercoaster of bittersweet emotions from comedy to tears as a young woman struggles with life changes whilst working with at-risk teenagers. Deep subjects but done with lightness of touch that makes it unmissable.
23rd - 30th May 2014
Safety Not Guaranteed
Dir. Colin Trevorrow (US 2012, 86mins 15) Three cynical Seattle journalists investigate the crazy claims of man who is seeking a partner for time travel. Wonderful beguiling charm in this perfect summer romantic comedy with a touch of sci-fi. Many people’s favourite film of the year.
Thursday 29th May Under Milk Wood Thursday 29 May 7.30pm | Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
Dir. Andrew Sinclair (UK 1972, 82mins PG) Recently re-released this film version of Dylan Thomas’s 1954 radio play about a small Welsh town weaves together the rich intense text with poetic images. Who can resist the voices of Richard Burton and the recently deceased Peter O’Toole.
Terminator + Talk
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Dir. James Cameron (US 1984, 107mins 15) A blazing cinematic sci-fi comic book B-movie classic in which a human looking cyborg is sent to assassinate a waitress… Dark, violent (and feminist?) and fun. Now a staple of popular culture, this is still Cameron’s best film. The template for the dystopian blockbusters that followed, it is introduced by Roger Christofides, Research Fellow at the University of Huddersfield.
Stuart Hall Project + Discussion Thursday 29 May 7.30 | Brambles, Holmfirth | £4.50 Dir. John Akomfrah (UK 2013, 103mins 12A) Hall, who died recently, was for many years Britain’s most influential cultural theorist, concerned with those groups of people excluded from centres of power through race, gender and class. This montage of existing footage with Hall’s own words and thoughts is a really interesting look at Britain over the past 60 years. Followed by a discussion led by Dr Max Farrar, Leeds Metropolitan University, whose work and interests overlap with those of Hall.
The Selfish Giant
In partnership with the LBT and introduced by Shaun Thomas who plays Swifty Thursday 29 May 7.30pm Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield | £6 (LBT) Dir. Clio Barnard (UK 2013, 91mins 15) Rightly acclaimed as perhaps the best British film of the year, this beautifully directed lyrical portrait of two rebellious boys in Bradford who sell scrap in Huddersfield has a lovely but stark script about friendship, poverty and desperation.
Tim’s Vermeer Thursday 29 May 2pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | £4.50 Dir. Shane F. Kelly (US 2013, 80mins U) A Texan inventor attempts to solve one of art’s great mysteries – how did Dutch Master Vermeer paint such detail? Explores the idea that he used optical technology. It sounds a dry affair but this is astonishing, entertaining and profound in equal measures. One of the year’s best documentaries.
Friday 30th May Ladies Who Lunch Friday 30 May, Lunches start at 12pm At participating restaurants around Holmfirth Tickets for lunch and film: £15, Film only: £4.50
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Inside Llewyn Davis Friday 30 May 7.30pm | Hepworth Village Hall | Tickets £4.50
Enjoy lunch at one of Holmfirth’s best restaurants followed by the feel-good romantic comedy Populaire at the Picturedrome (coffee available). The special £15 ticket including lunch at Mezze, Aldea (formerly Les Caveaux) or Carniceria always sells out quickly - so book early! Special deal at The Wrinkled Stocking.
Populaire Picturedrome 2.30pm Dir. Regis Roinsard (France 2012, 111mins 12A) Delightful French rom-com set in 1950’s world of male bosses and pretty secretaries (ala Rock Hudson and Doris Day). A country girl and demon-fast typist is turned into a national champion by her new boss. Amusing and touching, and huge audience favourite. Dirs. Joel and Ethan Coen (US 2013, 105mins 15) Original, smart, funny and profoundly melancholic story of a struggling folk artist in New York’s Greenwich Village during the winter of 1961. Great performances from Oscar Issac and Carey Mulligan, this is the Coen brothers at their best – undeservedly overlooked at the Oscars.
Eric Portman Film + Talk Friday 30 May 2pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | £4.50
Jeune et Jolie Friday 30 May 7.30pm | Massala Lounge, Holmfirth | £4.50 french
Dir. Francois Ozon (France 2013, 94mins 18) French bad boy director Ozon continues to explore transgressive aspects of sexuality in Young & Beautiful, a tense and serious study of the sexual awakening of a 17 year-old girl.
23rd - 30th May 2014
Yorkshire Post film critic and author Tony Earnshaw introduces 49th Parallel (Dirs. Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger UK 1941, 123mins U) starring Halifax born actor Eric Portman, who began in the menswear department of Marshall and Snellgrove in Leeds to become one of the leading lights of British post and war-time cinema in a string of Powell/Pressburger films, such as A Canterbury Tale. In collaboration with Kirklees Culture Club.
Friday 30th May Child’s Pose
Friday 30 May 3pm | The Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50
Friday 30 May 7.30pm | The Cinema Truck, Holmfirth | £4.50 french
Dir. Calin Peter Netzer (Romania 2013, 108mins 15) With an absolutely riveting performance by Luminita Gheorghiu,the middle-class mother from hell comes into her own when her son is involved in a fatal accident. In her dark pursuit of protecting her son, the corruption of Romanian life is laid bare in this razor-sharp and gripping film that again demonstrates the creative talent in that country.
Dir. Mathieu Kassovitz (France 2012, 136mins 15) Gritty and true story of a revolt and hostage-taking by separatists in the French colony of New Caledonia in 1988. In this tense and involving drama, the counter-terrorism expert tasked with rescuing the hostages finds his attempts to negotiate undermined by his political masters in Paris.
Award-wining Documentary Double Bill Friday 30 May 7.30pm | Brambles, Holmfirth | FREE (bucket donations to the Food Bank)
Dir. Mark Kendall (US 2012 72mins 12) A surprising recycling project between US and Guatemala, where old American school buses find a new life but with a dark side, as gangs demand money from drivers, many of whom end up murdered. Despite this, poetic and upbeat.
Sofia’s Last Ambulance
Dir. Ilian Metev (Germany/Bulgaria 2012, 77mins 12) A Bulgarian emergency service in crisis as 12 old ambulances service a Sofia population of seven million people. This observational documentary witnesses paramedics under stress but dealing with it with MASH-style humour.
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Every day from 2pm a series of old movies starring locally born film stars James Mason and Eric Portman, films about bikes and other gems from the past, with series of short films in the evening at 7.30pm, including new, local, Bamforth and historic films. James Mason in the true-life 1952 spy thriller 5 Fingers (Sat. 24th); Diana Dors 1947 cycling film set in Hebden Bridge, A Boy, a Girl and a Bike (Sun 25th); Eric Portman’s neglected 1946 gem, Wanted for Murder (Mon 26th); Tour de France films (Tues 27th); a chance to see Mike Wade’s engrossing documentary of the Holmfirth Flood, A Wall of Water (Weds 28th); the film playing at the Picturedrome at the time of the 1944 Holmfirth Flood, The Bells Go Down with James Mason (Thurs 29th); and finally Alan Bennett’s 1972 cycling film - The Day Out (Fri 30th).
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Salsa Band - Son Tropical, DJ Fabio, Dance Instructors and Cuban Films Friday 30 May 7.30pm | Picturedrome, Holmfirth | £12 We end the festival with another Cuban Night of Fun, Dance and Film. Yorkshire Tapas available from Coddy’s Farm. Gambling with Huddersfield’s Grosvenor Casino. Get out those dancing shoes...
23rd - 30th May 2014
La Salsa Cubana Dir. Eric Johnson (US/Cuba 2012, 80mins) Entertaining and uplifting independently produced documentary on a Cuban dance group near Havana entering the national dance competition with their mix of authentic Casino-style ‘folkloric’ dance and salsa music.