AUTUMN 2013 PROGRAMME
WED 11 SEPT – 19:30 – ‘ROBOT & FRANK’ (Studio 609/Cert 12A) – A charming contemporary comedy with Frank Langella as the senior citizen who disobeys his children, refuses to behave and finds a friend. 16+ only. £7/£4.
**Our 1st Birthday Film Festival!**
THUR 26 SEPT – 19:30 – ‘VERTIGO’ (Bromley Hall/Cert PG) – Hitchcock’s masterful masterpiece with an amazing score and compelling performances by James Stewart and Kim Novak, voted No. 1 best film of all time in the ‘Sight & Sound’ magazine 50-year film critics’ poll and rarely seen on the BIG screen. Under 16s welcome. £8/£5 book now – allocated seats. http://filmboxcommunitycinema.ticketsource.co.uk/ With a special feature’ – Bill Malyszko introduces the film and David Bullen, at the grand piano, introduces the key motifs that feature in Bernard Herrmann’s legendary score.
FRI 27 SEPT – 19:30 – ‘BUSTER PLAYS BUSTER’ JAZZ (Bromley Hall) – A special night of live professional jazz accompaniment to the virtuoso silent comic Buster Keaton’s classic ‘SHERLOCK JR’ (1924/Cert U). Under 16s welcome. £10/£6 concs. book now – allocated seats. Booking for this very special event only is at www.ticketsource.co.uk/lpcpa
SAT 28 SEPT – 14:00 – FREE – ‘PONYO’ (Studio 609/Cert U) – Especially for little film buffs – Japanese Disney (but better), Studio Ghibli’s enchanting take on the Hans Christian Andersen children’s classic ‘The Little Mermaid’ – dubbed in English by Hollywood stars Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett and Liam Neeson. Under 16s VERY welcome!
SAT 28 SEPT – 17:00 – FREE – ‘THE GREAT GATSBY’(Studio 609/Cert 12A) – Baz Luhrmann’s glamorous and spectacular re-make with Leonardo DiCaprio, with great music. Under 16s welcome according to certificate.
SAT 28 SEPT – 20:00 – FREE – OUTDOOR SCREENING/Cert PG –‘MAMMA MIA’ – SING-ALONG – Under 16s welcome. At LPSB’s lovely rear Bandstand and patio area, secure and admission is controlled. Delicious Bar B Q, refreshment stalls and music from 19.00! Come and enjoy supper with friends and family before the film. We have a wet weather plan so the fun can take place indoors! Bring chairs, blankets and cushions and the whole family. No outside food or drink please – there will be plenty available at reasonable prices.
SAT 28 SEPT – 20:00 – FREE – ‘SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS’ (Studio 609/Cert 15) – 16+ only – ID may be asked for. From the writer/director of ‘In Bruges’ with Colin Farrell and Christopher Walken. Especially for non-’Mamma Mia’ fans!
We are very grateful to Free Film Festivals for providing the outdoor screen equipment and projection for this film – visit their website to see their programme of South London free film festivals at other venues!
You can see as many films as you like in our FREE film festival (and indeed we have timed it so you could go from one to the other all day, except for the 8.00pm shows, or just choose one) – something for the whole family! FREE tickets must be booked online in advance – booking opens VERY soon here: http://filmboxcommunitycinema.ticketsource.co.uk/
WED 6 NOV – Time: 6.40pm for 7.30pm. 16+ only. Studio 609 – limited availability. Members’ price: £4 each for up to 2 tickets – usual price £7 each. ‘ONCE’ (John Carney, 2006, Cert 15, 85mins). A modern-day hit musical film about a busker and an immigrant and their eventful week in Dublin, as they write, rehearse and record songs that tell their love story. The original film which inspired the Broadway and current West End hit musical shows. Trailer: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0907657/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
THUR 21 NOV – Time: 6.30pm for 7.00pm (earlier start than usual – brief interval at 8.15pm, second film at 8.35pm, to finish by 9.55pm) – 16+ only. Studio 609 – limited availability. Members’ price: ONLY £5 each for up to 2 tickets for TWO films -non-members’ price ONLY £8 each. great value for two superb films!
DOUBLE BILL – TWO AMAZING DOCUMENTARIES. We could not secure the rights to ‘Nanook of the North’ in time, so we have substituted it with a very timely brand new documentary ALL parents should watch and which compliments ‘Village at the End of the World’ perfectly.
‘InRealLife'(Beeban Kidron, UK, 2013, 82 mins) asks what exactly is the internet and what is it doing to our children? Taking us on a journey from the bedrooms of British teenagers to the world of Silicon Valley, filmmaker Beeban Kidron suggests that rather than the promise of free and open connectivity, young people are increasingly ensnared in a commercial world. Beguiling and glittering on the outside, it can be alienating and addictive. Quietly building its case, InRealLife asks if we can afford to stand by while our children, trapped in their 24/7 connectivity, are being outsourced to the net? Directed by British director Beeban Kidron (‘Oranges are not the only fruit’ and ‘Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason’) and co-founder of the national initiative, Film Club. Trailer and info: http://inreallifefilm.com/?gclid=CIKvmdmQ-rkCFdQZtAodhVcANQ
’VILLAGE AT THE END OF WORLD’ (Sarah Gavron and David Katznelson, Denmark/UK/Greenland, 82mins, 2012, Cert Exempt) A witty, surprising and ultimately feel good portrait of an isolated village of 59 people and 100 sledge dogs, surviving against the odds – beautiful cinematography and engaging subjects. Shot over the course of a year in Northern Greenland, the film introduces audiences to a remote village with more dogs than people. The film focuses on four townsfolk from the tiny population of 59 – Lars, the only teenager; Karl, the huntsman who has never acknowledged that Lars is his son; Ilanngauq, the outsider who moved to Niaqornat after meeting his wife on-line; and Annie, the elder who remembers the ways of the Shaman and a time when the lights were fuelled by seal blubber. In this astutely constructed real-life drama, we see how the economic and ecological future of the community is more fragile than its hardy inhabitants. Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ql6kWqa76nQ
THUR 28 NOV – On the BIG screen in Bromley Hall. Time: 6.30pm for 7.30pm – Under 16s VERY welcome. Allocated seating. Members’ price: £5 each for up to 2 tickets – usual price £8/£5 conc each. BIG FILM NIGHT – ‘STAR TREK: INTO DARKNESS’ (JJ Abrams, 2013, USA, Cert 12A, 132mins). Open to non-members’ booking NOW. A huge hit, after the crew of the Enterprise find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction. With Chris Pine (Star Trek – 2009), Simon Pegg (Hot Fuzz) and Benedict Cumberbatch (BBCTV’s Sherlock).http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1408101/?ref_=fn_al_tt_4
WED 4 DEC – Time: 6.40pm for 7.30pm – 16+ only. Studio 609 – limited availability. Members’ price: £4 each for up to 2 tickets – usual price £7 each. ‘BEHIND THE CANDELABRA’ (Steven Soderberg, USA, 2013, Cert 15, 118mins). Based on the autobiographical novel, the tempestuous 6-year relationship between Liberace and his (much younger) lover, Scott Thorson, is recounted. Superb performances by both Michael Douglas and Matt Damon! Trailer: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1291580/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
TUES 10 DEC – On the BIG screen in Bromley Hall. Time: 6.30pm for 7.30pm – Under 16s VERY welcome. Allocated seating. Members’ price: £5 each for up to 2 tickets – usual price £8/£5 conc each. ‘WHITE CHRISTMAS’ (Michael Curtiz, USA, 1954, 115mins, Cert U). Open to non-members’ booking NOW. It wouldn’t be Christmas without this classic Irving Berlin’s hit songs and Crosby and Kaye’s comic capers, with the fab-u-lous Just Voices a cappella group as our ‘special feature’ and Xmas nibbles and mulled wine from 6.30pm. A successful song-and-dance team become romantically involved with a sister act and team up to save the failing inn of their former commanding general. Trailer: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047673/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1