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  • Official Competition - Sunday 2nd October 5pm

    26 September 2022


    Put two actors who dislike each other in a film and you might have a disaster on your hands, but this is what Lola deliberately decides to do when given limitless money to make a movie in Official Competition.

    "A sly satire of cinema that also manages to be a showcase for the comedic chops of its stars" - Michael O'sullivan, Washington Post

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  • Anaïs In Love - Sunday 25th September 5:00 PM

    18 September 2022

     


    Girl leaves boy, meets boy, falls in love with...his wife. That is the only thing that is 'simple' about the life of Anaïs, who flits from one drama to the next... but can you resist her appeal?

    "Set to be a sure-fire comfort hit for many generations to come." - Jasmine Valentine, Little White Lies

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  • The Big Hit - Sunday 18th September 5pm

    12 September 2022


    "Emmanuel Courcol channels the feel-good energy of films like 'The Full Monty' for his latest, which fictionalises the true story of Swedish actor Jan Jönson's attempt to help prisoners stage a version of Samuel Beckett's 'Waiting For Godot'". - Eye For Film

    The film will be preceded by our 2022 AGM at 4:30pm which will be a short meeting.



  • Eiffel - Sunday 11th September 5PM

    5 September 2022


    We are back! We hope you have all enjoyed your summer, but, like us, you are looking forward to watching great World Cinema again. We are starting out with EIFFEL this Sunday 11th at 5pm

    Construction of the Eiffel Tower might not have made an opening night movie, but the writers here have invented a back story about the muse that inspired the brilliant engineer to greater heights and changed the film to a love story; have they devised a good plot? That is up to you to decide.

    "Taken as a speculative romance, and in the right matinee spirit, it’s lushly engaging, with a star pairing that – appropriately – rivets" – Tim Robey, Telegraph.

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