Spring 2009 Programme


Sunday 11th 5:00 PM
OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies

Tired of Bond? Try the cooler, funnier French version!

Sunday 18th 5:00 PM

Bobby Sands in the Maze - Sight & Sound's best film of 2008

Sunday 25th 5:00 PM
I've Loved You So Long

Intense French family drama starring Kristin Scott Thomas


Sunday 1st 5:00 PM
Ashes of Time Redux

The definitive version of Wong Kar Wai's beautiful film

Sunday 8th 5:00 PM

Terrence Malick's amazing debut, re-issued in a new print

Thursday 12th 6:00 PM
Image from 10th Keswick Film Festival
10th Keswick Film Festival

12th-15th February 2009 at The Alhambra and Theatre By The Lake

Sunday 22nd 5:00 PM
Summer Hours

Juliette Binoche stars in a story of a family's treasured legacy


Sunday 1st 5:00 PM
The Man From London

Moral restlessness, film noir, brooding cinematography: pure Tarr

Sunday 8th 5:00 PM
Slumdog Millionaire

'Unstoppable cinematic energy' (LA Times) in Danny Boyle's latest

Sunday 15th 5:00 PM

Sunday 22nd 5:00 PM
The Silence of Lorna

Dardenne brothers' European thriller - acclaimed punchy drama

Saturday 28th 5:00 PM

Rescheduled from last December

Sunday 29th 2:30 PM
Che Parts 1 & 2

Epic life to epic movie: Soderbergh's long look at Che Guevara


Sunday 5th 5:00 PM
Three Monkeys

Film as art: powerful, intense family drama from the Turkish master

Sunday 12th 5:00 PM
The Wrestler

Pro wrestler seeks a comeback - a hugely impressive performance

Sunday 19th 5:00 PM
The Class

Lovely, intelligent film, full of humanity, vigour and revelation

Sunday 26th 5:00 PM
Waltz with Bashir

Strong story of war and memory from Israel - powerful imagery (Rescheduled from March 15th)