CINEMA NOV - DEC 2013
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HELLO Just when you think you are sure of what comes next, life turns around and confounds you. You think there will never be another film maker like Ken Loach, of such compassion and political acuity, but then along comes Clio Barnard with The Selfish Giant and Kes is reborn for the 21st century. You think that Cate Blanchett has got the Oscar for Best Actress sewn up for Blue Jasmine, and then Sandra Bullock gives an amazing performance in the sci-fi chamber piece Gravity opposite George Clooney. And how could they possibly follow Mamma Mia? Well, Dexter Fletcher’s Sunshine on Leith is a heartfelt tale of romance in Edinburgh based on songs by The Proclaimers. You can’t follow Trainspotting but the dynamic James McAvoy leads a starry cast in a tale of corruption and abuse in Irvine Welsh’s Filth. You think that everything has already been said about the assassination of JFK. 50 years on, Parkland looks at this landmark event through the eyes of the bit players and bystanders, revealing another story altogether.
Filth 18 Fri 1 – Tue 5 Nov Dir: Jon S. Baird UK 2013 97mins Cast: James McAvoy, Jamie Bell, Imogen Poots
Mary Poppins is an evergreen family favourite but what about the truth behind the tale? Saving Mr. Banks examines the extraordinary duel between its creator, P L Travers and Walt Disney as she fights to protect her beloved characters from the vulgarization of Hollywood.
It’s been 17 years since Trainspotting, but finally Filth has arrived, another Irvine Welsh adaptation worthy of being discussed in the same breath as Danny Boyle’s breakthrough film. This tale of a corrupt policeman on a downward spiral is a no-holds barred odyssey through Edinburgh’s seedy underbelly, that is replete with Welsh’s trademark satire and scathing wit.
I Wish was the best Japanese film of the year until its director Hirokazu Kore-eda made Like Father, Like Son which is graced by wonderful children’s performances and some deeply moving adults, too.
It features a career-defining performance from James McAvoy, who thoroughly destroys his nice-guy persona with his portrayal of Bruce Robertson – a drug addled, sex-crazed, morally destitute Edinburgh cop who will stop at nothing to gain a promotion to Detective Inspector.
Enjoy the run up to Christmas.
With a cast that includes Shirley Henderson, Jamie Bell and Eddie Marsden, this is a black comedy not for the faint-hearted.
John Gore Film Programmer
Cover image: Saving Mr. Banks (p13)
“A RAUCOUS RIDE THROUGH ONE MAN’S MESSED-UP MIND. YOU WON’T WANT TO GET OFF.” Total Film
Romeo & Juliet PG
Hannah Arendt 12a
Fri 1 – Thu 7 Nov Dir: Carlo Carlei UK/Italy/Switzerland 2013 118mins Cast: Hailee Steinfeld, Douglas Booth, Paul Giamatti, Stellan Skarsgård, Damian Lewis
Wed 6 & Thu 7 Nov Dir: Margarethe von Trotta Germany/Luxembourg/France 2012 113mins subtitled Cast: Barbara Sukowa, Axel Milberg, Janet McTeer, Julia Jentsch
45 years after the classic Zeffirelli picture and numerous modern adaptations, experience a return to the traditional telling of William Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy, starring Hailee Steinfield (True Grit) and Douglas Booth (BBC’s Great Expectations) as the doomed young lovers.
An unflinching look at life of political theorist Hannah Ardent, and her report on one of the most controversial trials in history. Ardent was a German-born Jew who fled to New York during World War II, where she became influential in the world of academia, eventually becoming the first female professor at Princeton University. As a writer, she was asked by The New Yorker to cover the trial of the former SS Lieutenant Adolf Eichmann, one of the major facilitators of the Holocaust. Her subsequent reports caused controversy amongst the paper’s readers, as she concluded that Eichmann was an example of the “banality of evil”.
In this classic tale, screenwriter Julian Fellowes remains faithful to the period setting and Shakespeare’s verse, providing the framework for a new classic, which also stars Damian Lewis (TV’s Homeland) and Paul Giamatti (Sideways). Romeo & Juliet
Off Screen Film Course Wed 6 Nov – Wed 4 Dec 2pm - 3.30pm A 5-week film course taking place every Wednesday. Price £40 (for full course) Sue Porter (De Montfort University) returns to lead participants through a wealth of contemporary movies, providing context and insight and giving you the chance to talk about what you have been seeing. Course price includes admission to the film that immediately follows each session. 03
Thanks for Sharing 15
Thanks for Sharing
Fri 8 – Sun 10, Wed 13 & Thu 14 Nov Dir: Stuart Blumberg US 2012 112mins Cast: Gwyneth Paltrow, Mark Ruffalo, Pink, Tim Robbins Stuart Blumberg, the man who penned 2010’s The Kids Are All Right, steps behind the camera for the first time to direct Mark Ruffalo, Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim Robbins in a tale of sex-addiction in New York. Ruffalo is recovering sex-addict Adam, who (after encouragement from his sponsor) begins seeing fitness fanatic Phoebe (Paltrow). Soon issues of intimacy and trust impact on the development of their relationship. Treading a lighter path than Steve McQueen’s Shame, Blumberg provides comic relief in the form Sex Addict Anonymous members Neil (Josh Gad) and Dede (Pink).
Sunshine on Leith PG Fri 8 – Tue 12 Nov, Sat 14 & Mon 16 – Thu 19 Dec Dir: Dexter Fletcher UK 2013 100mins Cast: George MacKay, Peter Mullan, Jason Flemyng, Jane Horrocks Sunshine on Leith is the polar opposite to this season’s other Edinburgh-set film Filth – Scotland’s capital has never seemed as warm and welcoming as it does in this musical, featuring tunes from The Proclaimers. Director Dexter Fletcher (Wild Bill) assembles a cast of young unknown actors who deliver engaging and enthusiastic performances, with nuanced musical performances from the more established names, which include Peter Mullan and Jane Horrocks. Davy and Ally are young squaddies, returning home to Edinburgh after a tour in Afghanistan. Now matters of the heart are their main concerns as they readjust to civilian life. An uplifting look at life through song. 04
Sunshine on Leith
SATURDAY FILM TALKS A chance to spend the day exploring particular themes in film guided by a specialist in that field. £10 (£7). Film members £8.50 (£5.75)
Gloria 15 Mon 11 & Tue 12 Nov Dir: Sebastián Lelio Chile/Spain 2013 109mins subtitled Cast: Paulina García, Sergio Hernández, Diego Fontecilla
Shakespeare on Screen
Sat 9 Nov 11am – 3.30pm
Sat 23 Nov 11am – 3.30pm
Coinciding with its emergence as a major economic power, China has become a remarkable producer of cinema, with waves of film-making, first dramatising the nation’s recent past and later probing some of the more difficult areas of contemporary life.
From John Gielgud to Leonardo de Caprio, from Bette Davis to Gwyneth Paltrow, Shakespeare’s lovers have been played on film by an extraordinary range of performers, including animated garden gnomes and live-action Belgian cats. Adaptations, modernisations, parodies and backstage dramas have explored the fascination of Romeo and Juliet since film began. And the play itself has been brought to the screen by some of cinema’s most brilliant, inventive and lyrical directors.
Producer, consultant and programmer David Sin introduces the themes and protagonists of this new golden age with illustrations from their films. There will be a complete screening of Chen’s ground-breaking Farewell My Concubine, not screened in UK cinemas for over a decade.
An intelligent, divorced woman in her late 50s, Gloria (García) is independent but looking for company. Preferring dance clubs to sitting at home in her Santiago flat, one night she meets Rudolfo, a soft-spoken, recent divorcé. As a relationship develops between them, Gloria is confronted with Rudolfo’s dependence on his exwife and children.
University of Warwick English Professor Tony Howard investigates the undying popularity of Romeo and Juliet with a screening of Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 film adaptation Romeo + Juliet.
A compelling central performance from Paulina García, winner of the Best Actress Award at the Berlin Film Festival, and a well-written storyline makes this a compassionate but never sentimental character study. Gloria is a rare gem, a satisfyingly mature look at middle age. “A GENTLY HUMOROUS MELODRAMA THAT’S REFRESHINGLY GROWNUP.”
The Hollywood Reporter
Farewell My Concubine
Romeo + Juliet
Icons of Brazil tbc Tue 12 Nov 1.30pm – 3pm A special screening from the Iconomy and Memory in UK/ Brazil project which brings together UK-based students and staff at the University of Warwick interested in media, memory, icons and economics with Prof Gilson Schwartz (University of São Paulo) and Karen Worcman (Museum of the Person, Brazil). The project contributes toward the exploration of memory icons and memory economies between the Global North and the Global South. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the film’s creators and curators.
The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology 15 Thu 14 Nov 6pm Dir: Sophie Fiennes UK/Ireland 2012 133mins Cast: Slavoj Zizek Director Sophie Fiennes reunites with Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek for a second documentary (after 2006’s The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema). Dissecting clips from iconic films, from The Sound of Music to Taxi Driver, the eccentric academic explores how cinema can reinforce or expose the ideologies of contemporary and historic events. “A RIVETING AND OFTEN HILARIOUS DEMONSTRATION OF THE SLOVENIAN PHILOSOPHER’S UNCANNY ABILITY TO TURN MOVIES INSIDE OUT.”
The Hollywood Reporter
This screening will be followed by a post-screening discussion.
To complement our classical music programme, a series of films themed by the subject matter of our concerts, or detailing the life of a composer will be shown in our cinema on weekday matinees.
Eroica Thu 14 Nov 2.30pm Dir: Simon Cellan Jones UK 2003 129mins Cast: Peter Hanson, Jack Davenport, Leo Bill A BBC dramatisation of the first performance of Beethoven’s third symphony, the Eroica. Taking place in June 1804 at the Viennese palace of Beethoven’s patron, the performance provokes political arguments as well as a marriage proposal. 06
Monitor: Delius & Elgar Thu 21 Nov 2.30pm Dir: Ken Russell UK 1968/1962 72mins/50mins For the BBC’s arts programme Monitor in the 1960s, Ken Russell made a series of short documentaries which established him as one of Britain’s top directors. The best regarded of these were his portraits of composers Edward Elgar and Frederick Delius.
Philomena 12a Fri 15 – Thu 21 Nov, Tue 17 – Fri 20, Sun 22 & Mon 23 Dec Dir: Stephen Frears UK/USA/France 2013 98mins Cast: Judi Dench, Steve Coogan Judi Dench delivers another Oscarworthy performance in this real life story based on the book by former BBC journalist Martin Sixsmith. In his finest screen performance to date Steve Coogan plays Sixsmith, a political writer recently sacked from his job, who is approached at a party and offered a chance to cover a different kind of story.
Philomena is an Irish woman now in her late 60s, who was forced to give up a child she had 50 years ago. While living at a convent for unmarried mothers, her child was given to an American couple, and she never saw him again. Sixsmith decides to take on Philomena’s story, and helps her track down the son she never knew. “A GENTLY POWERFUL AND ABSORBING FILM THAT WILL HAVE AUDIENCES VEERING BETWEEN TEARS AND LAUGHTER.” Screen International
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Private Peaceful 12a
Sat 16 Nov 1.45pm Dir: Pat O’Connor UK 2012 103mins
Sat 30 Nov & Sun 1 Dec 11.30am
Following on from the successful War Horse, comes an adaptation of another Michael Morpurgo novel, this time about two brothers who are sent to fight in the trenches in WWI. Stars Jack O’Connell (TV’s Skins) and George Mackay (Sunshine on Leith) as Tommo and Charlie Peaceful.
To celebrate our weekend of seasonal activities, we’re screening a series of Christmassy short films, including: Chuck Jones’ version of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, Laurel and Hardy’s The Fixer Uppers, Pixar’s Knick Knack and Robbie the Reindeer’s Hooves of Fire.
FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL UK 2013
A Lady in Paris tbc Une Estonienne à Paris
Fri 15 Nov 8.45pm Dir: Ilmar Raag France/Belgium/Estonia 2012 94mins subtitled Cast: Jeanne Moreau, Laine Mägi, Patrick Pineau Anne travels to Paris from Estonia to be a carer for Frida (played by Jeanne Moreau), an elderly Estonian lady who emigrated to the French capital many years before. But Anne finds that her company is not welcome in Paris – Frida has a sharp tongue and no sense of humour, and actively strives to make life difficult for Anne. Marius
Sat 16 Nov 6.15pm Dir: Daniel Auteuil France 2013 94mins subtitled Cast: Daniel Auteuil, Raphaël Personnaz, Jean-Pierre Darroussin
Sun 17 Nov 4pm Dir: Daniel Auteuil France 2013 102mins subtitled Cast: Daniel Auteuil, Victoire Bélézy, Jean-Pierre Darroussin
Veteran French star Daniel Auteuil (Caché) takes on both directing and acting duties in this trilogy based on playwright Marcel Pagnol’s acclaimed Marius/Fanny/ César plays. Set in the 1920s, in Pagnol’s hometown of Marseille, the first film centres on Marius, a young man working in his father César’s seaside bar. Although desperate to join the ship crews and explore the world, Marius is tethered to the port by feelings for his childhood friend, Fanny. Things come to a head when the local factory owner Panisse proposes to Fanny and Marius is forced to admit his feelings. 08
A Lady in Paris
The follow up to Marius finds Fanny alone, dealing with the ever increasing advances of Panisse and her own shameful secret.
Anne has been employed to look after Frida by Stephane, a younger man and former lover of the older lady, and this only serves to exacerbate Frida’s bitterness. As she accuses Stephane of not caring for her, she makes her own life and those closest to her more miserable. Something’s got to give...
Camille Claudel 1915 tbc Mon 18 Nov 8.45pm Dir: Bruno Dumont France 2013 95mins subtitled Cast: Juliette Binoche, Jean-Luc Vincent, Emmanuel Kauffman Winter 1915. Gifted sculptor Camille is two years into a stay at a remote asylum. Sent there by her family after a long affair with mentor Auguste Rodin ended in disaster, Camille is stifled and desperate to escape. When her younger brother Paul writes of his plan to visit, Camille sees an opportunity to leave the asylum.
Classe Tous Risques 12a Tue 19 & Wed 20 Nov Dir: Claude Sautet France/Italy 1960 110mins subtitled b&w Cast: Lino Ventura, Sandra Milo, Jean-Paul Belmondo A superb French crime movie with all the trappings of a classic – speeding trains, fist fights, shoot outs and a man on the run – which was never previously released in the UK. Claude Sautet’s (Un Coeur En Hiver) Classe Tous Risques follows Abel Davos (Ventura), a Parisian gangster, sentenced to death and on the run in Italy. When he plans “one last job” to raise money to get his family back to France, he finds his friends unwilling to help and is forced to enlist the help of a young stranger called Eric Stark (an electrifying performance from a young and then unknown Jean-Paul Belmondo). “A CRACKING HARD-BOILED THRILLER AND ALSO AN UTTERLY ABSORBING SLICE-OF-LIFE DRAMA.” The Guardian
This powerful and moving account of an artist trapped by physical and mental constraints is brought to life by a mesmerizingly restrained performance from Juliette Binoche. “AN UNSETTLING PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A MAD WOMAN, ANCHORED BY A RIVETING LEAD PERFORMANCE.”
The Hollywood Reporter
Classe Tous Risques
Like Father, Like Son
Like Father, like Son PG Soshite chichi ni naru
Wed 20 & Thu 21 Nov Dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan 2013 121mins subtitled Cast: Masaharu Fukuyama, Machiko Ono, Yôko Maki Winner of the Jury Prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Hirokazu Kore-eda’s follow up to I Wish (screened here in May) is an intimate portrait of fatherhood. Ryota is a Tokyo businessman who works hard to provide for his wife Midori and 6 year old son Keita. When the hospital reveals that there was a mix up and that two babies were switched at birth, Ryota and Midori finds their biological son living with another family. “KORE-EDA HAS CRAFTED A PIERCING, TENDER POEM ABOUT THE BITTERSWEET EBB AND FLOW OF PATERNAL LOVE, AND HIS STATUS AS OZU’S HEIR BECOMES EVER MORE ASSURED.” The Telegraph 09
The Selfish Giant 15 Fri 22 – Thu 28 Nov Dir: Clio Barnard UK 2013 91mins Cast: Conner Chapman, Shaun Thomas, Sean Gilder After her brilliant debut with the Andrea Dunbar documentary The Arbor, British filmmaker Clio Barnard returns with a film which is partly inspired by Oscar Wilde’s children’s tale, The Selfish Giant. The Selfish Giant
13 year-olds Arbor and Swifty are from Bradford with absent or absent-minded fathers. Excluded from school and on ADHD medication, Arbor is hyperactive, aggressive and resourceful. Along with best friend Swifty, the two discover they can make money from stealing bits of metal and selling it to the gruff scrap yard dealer named Kitten. A triumphant contemporary fable in the vein of Ken Loach’s Kes. “BARNARD’S STORYTELLING IS HEARTFELT AND PASSIONATE, FLUENT AND SUPREMELY CONFIDENT AND THIS IS A HEART-WRENCHING MOVIE.” The Guardian Captain Phillips
Captain Phillips 12a
Fri 22 – Thu 28 Nov Dir: Paul Greengrass US 2013 134mins Cast: Tom Hanks, Catherine Keener, Barkhad Addirahman, Barkhad Abdi
Fri 29 Nov – Thu 5 Dec Dir: Alfonso Cuarón US/UK 2013 91mins Cast: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney
Director Paul Greengrass (The Bourne Ultimatum) delivers a high-octane thriller based on the true story of an American container ship captured by Somali pirates. Tom Hanks is the eponymous captain on the ship, who comes face to face with Muse, the leader of the pirates, and is soon engaged in a battle of wits. The balance of power shifts when Navy Seals are drafted in to resolve the situation. Realising that he is out of his depth, Muse takes Phillips hostage and forces him onto a lifeboat, pushing the situation out into open water. 10
One of the most anticipated films of the year features an outstanding performance from Sandra Bullock. Acclaimed director Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men) crafts a film that is at once both intimate and infinite, as two astronauts get literally lost in space. Dr Ryan Stone (Bullock) is a medical engineer on her first a space-walk under the watchful eye of Matt Kowalsky (Clooney), an astronaut on his final mission before retirement. When space debris damages their craft and cuts them off from contact with Earth, the battle begins to return home before their limited oxygen supply runs out.
The Act of Killing 15
Fri 29 Nov – Thu 5 Dec Dir: Peter Landesman US 2013 93mins Cast: Zac Efron, Billy Bob Thornton, Marcia Gay Harden, Paul Giamatti
Tue 3 Dec 1.30pm Dir: Joshua Oppenheimer Denmark/Norway/UK 2012 122mins Cast: Haji Anif, Syamsul Arifin, Safit Pardede
Charting the days surrounding the assassination of John F Kennedy, Parkland weaves together the perspectives of ordinary people caught in extraordinary circumstances.
In the aftermath of a failed coup in Indonesia in the mid-60s, more than a million people were murdered in a bloody cull.
From the doctors and nurses at the Parkland hospital where both the President and Lee Harvey Oswald were admitted, the FBI agents who had Oswald in their grasp, to Oswald’s brother, Robert, the film presents history as witnessed from the sidelines. An engrossing and deeply personal retelling of an historical event.
Le Week-end 15
Director Joshua Oppenheimer interviews those who took part in the mass murders and persecutions, many of whom not only escaped convictions but are celebrated as heroes. When asked to re-enact their horrific past, the killers revel in dressing up to play both murderer and victim. But as they watch the footage of the re-enactment, they begin to realise the impact of their actions.
The Act of Killing
Wed 6 Nov & Fri 6 – Sun 8 Dec Dir: Roger Michell UK 2013 93mins Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Jim Broadbent, Lindsay Duncan, Olly Alexander Director of Notting Hill and Hyde Park on Hudson Roger Michell decamps to Paris for his latest film. Le Week-end tells the story of long-married British couple Nick and Meg (played by Broadbent and Duncan) who revisit Paris for the first time since their honeymoon in an attempt to revitalise their marriage. Whilst there, they run into an old academic friend of Nick’s, Morgan (Goldblum) and the encounter prompts the couple to re-imagine what life and marriage might be.
“A NICELY WASPISH AND SOPHISTICATED FILM FULL OF LAUGHS AND GENTLE DRAMA.” Screen International 11
One Chance PG
Enough Said 12a
Fri 6 – Thu 12, Fri 27 – Mon 30 Dec & Thu 2 Jan Dir: David Frankel US/UK 2013 103mins Cast: James Corden, Colm Meaney, Mackenzie Crook
Mon 9 – Thu 12 Dec Dir: Nicole Holofcener US 2013 93mins Cast: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener, Toni Collette
A classic underdog story, telling the real-life experience of Britain’s Got Talent winner Paul Potts. James Corden plays Paul, a mobilephone salesman who lives in rural Wales and dreams of singing opera. Crippled by insecurity, he is encouraged to follow his dreams by his friends and his mother (Julie Walters), despite his father’s disapproval. A stint at opera school in Vienna leads to disappointment, and he considers giving up on his operatic aspirations, until he comes across an advert for a televised talent show, and he considers giving himself one more chance...
A sharp, funny romantic comedy, Enough Said marks one of James Gandolfini’s final appearances. Gandolfini plays Albert, an academic who embarks on an awkward romance with Eva (Louis-Dreyfus), a masseuse who, like Albert, is a single parent to a college-bound daughter. As their relationship blossoms, Eva befriends New Age poet Marianne (Keener) who becomes one of her clients. When Eva discovers the ex-husband that Marianne complains about is Albert, she starts to be swayed by Marianne’s constant criticisms of Albert.
The Epic of Everest U Fri 13 & Sun 15 Dec Dir: J. B. L. Noel UK 1924 87mins b&w Cast: Andrew Irvine, George Mallory The official film record of Andrew Irvine and George Mallory’s expedition to Mount Everest has been newly restored by BFI National Archive along with a new score by Simon Fisher Turner. Capturing this pinnacle of mountaineering and endurance, the film shows the brutally harsh conditions which took the lives of two of the finest climbers of their generation.
The Epic of Everest
Saving Mr. Banks
Blue Jasmine 12a
Saving Mr. Banks PG
Gone With the Wind PG
Fri 13, Sun 15 & Mon 16 Dec Dir: Woody Allen US 2013 98mins Cast: Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Sally Hawkins
Fri 20 – Tue 24, Thu 26 – Tue 31 Dec & Thu 2 Jan Dir: John Lee Hancock US/UK/Australia 2013 125mins Cast: Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks, Paul Giamatti
Sat 21 Dec 6.15pm Dir: Victor Fleming US 1940 233mins Cast: Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland
Woody Allen’s latest film features an Oscar-worthy performance from Cate Blanchett as Jasmine, a broke and broken socialite. After the government took away all her fraudulent husband’s assets, Jasmine moves in with her free-spirited and working-class sister Ginger (Hawkins). When she’s not wallowing in self-pity and swallowing anti-depressants, Jasmine constantly criticises Ginger’s choice of men. With echoes of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire and the recent Madoff scandal, Blue Jasmine has been hailed by many as one of Allen’s best film in years. “IT IS PURE MOVIE-GOING PLEASURE.”
A classic comedy of manners, this film is an old-school battle between prim and proper British sensibilities and American over-familiarity. Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson deliver wonderful performances as Walt Disney and writer P.L. Travers in this account of their relationship during production of the Mary Poppins movie. Protective of her literary creation, Travers travels to America at the request of Disney, who charms her into begrudgingly selling the rights to her book. As production begins to move forward, Travers soon finds herself affronted by the attempts of the American team to “jazz up” her much-loved character, and she begins to dig her heels in as the movie moves beyond her control.
Victor Fleming’s timeless classic is digitally restored and back on the big screen to mark the centenary of Vivien Leigh’s birth. This multi-Oscar-winning romance pairs together the feisty Southern belle Scarlett O’Hara (Leigh) with the self-made Rhett Butler (Gable) against the chaotic backdrop of the American Civil War. This special one-off screening will include an interval, during which mulled wine and mince pies will be served.
Gone With the Wind
QUICK GUIDE November Films A-Z A Lady in Paris p08 Act of Killing (The) p11 Blue Jasmine p13 Camille Claudel 1915 p09 Captain Phillips p10 Classe Tous Risques p09 Enough Said p12 Epic of Everest (The) p12 Eroica p06 Family Weekend p07 Fanny p08 Film Talk: Chinese Cinema p05 Film Talk: Shakespeare on Screen p05 Filth p02 French Film Festival UK 2013 p08/p09 Gloria p05 Gone With the Wind p13 Gravity p10 Hannah Arendt p03 Icons of Brazil p06 Le Week-end p11 Like Father, Like Son p09 Marius p08 Monitor: Delius & Elgar p06 One Chance p12 Parkland p11 Pervert’s Guide to Ideology (The) p06 Philomena p07 Private Peaceful p07 Romeo & Juliet p03 Saving Mr. Banks p13 Selfish Giant (The) p10 Sunshine on Leith p04 Thanks for Sharing p04
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Published on Oct 14, 2013