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Monday 

1st April 2019

2pm

 

The Third Man (1949)

Set in postwar Vienna, Austria, "The Third Man" stars Joseph Cotten as Holly Martins,a writer of pulp Westerns, who arrives penniless as a guest of his childhood chum Harry Lime (Orson Welles), only to find him dead. Martins develops a conspiracy theory after learning of a "third man" present at the time of Harry's death, running into interference from British officer Maj. Calloway (Trevor Howard) and falling head-over-heels for Harry's grief-stricken lover, Anna (Alida Valli).

 

 

Critics Consensus: This atmospheric thriller is one of the undisputed masterpieces of cinema, and boasts iconic performances from Joseph Cotten and Orson Welles.

 
                

 

Monday

1st April

2019

7.30pm

 

 

 

Beautiful boy (2018)




 



                          


Tuesday

02nd April

2019

7.30pm


First man (2018) 


 


 

Wednesday

 3rd April

 2019

 7.30pm 

 

 

 

 

Booked private birthday party

 

 

 

Thursday

4th April

2019

7.30pm

 


Bohemian Rhapsody  (2018)



 

 

 

             

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Friday

05th April

2019

7.30pm

 

Fish & Chips night  - fresh Chez Fred food served at 7.30pm followed by the film 8.15pm

 £ 12 per person - please book at : lavish@fastmail.fm


Green book 


 

It’s pure formula, of course. Two men—one white, one black—from polar opposite backgrounds with wildly contrasting personalities get thrown together under unusual circumstances. They learn from each other, change each other for the better and discover that—guess what?—they’re not so different after all.

 

“Green Book” is all that and more: It also takes place while the two men are driving across the American South during 1962, so it contains multiple formulas at once. It’s the mismatched-buddy road trip movie with a message about race relations, arriving in theaters at the height of awards season and the holidays, just in time to make us all feel better about the world—or at least give us a brief glimmer of hope during this period of political and ideological division. As an added bonus, it also happens to have been inspired by a true story.


                
 


Saturday

06th April

2019

11am



 Saturday morning kids picture show

 

Ralph breaks the internet (2018)

 
 

Saturday

06th April

2019

2pm


 


 

Phantom of the opera 

live stage show from London in 1979





 
  

Saturday

06th April

2019

7.30pm

 

 

 

 

Booked - Private birthday party 

 


 

 

 

 

Sunday

07th April

2019

6pm 

 

Triple frontier (2019)



 

 
 

Monday

08th April

2019

7.30pm 

 

 

Silent running(1972) 



In a future Earth barren of all flora and fauna, the planet's ecosystems exist only in large pods attached to spacecraft. When word comes in that the pods are to be jettisoned into space and destroyed, most of the crew of the Valley Forge rejoice at the prospect of going home. Not so for botanist Freeman Lowell, who loves the forest and its creatures. He kills his colleagues taking the ship deep into space. Alone on the craft with his only companions being three small robots, Lowell revels in joys of nature. When colleagues appear to "rescue" him, he realizes he has only one option available to him.

This is one of the great Sci-fi films of the 70's

 

Tuesday

09th April

2019

7.30pm 

 

Stromboli - land of God (1950)


 

Thursday

11th April

2019

7.30pm 

 


 We need to talk about Kevin (2011) 



 

Friday

12th April

2019

7.30pm 

 

 

 

Fish & Chips night  - fresh Chez Fred food served at 7.30pm followed by the film 8.15pm

 £ 12 per person - please book at : lavish@fastmail.fm


The highwaymen (2019)

A pair of police officers come out of retirement to catch the infamous outlaws Bonnie & Clyde.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday

13th April

2019

11am


Saturday morning kids picture show 


How to train your dragon 



 
 

Saturday

13th April

2019

7.30pm 

 

Swimming with men (2018)  


 
 

Sunday

14th April

2019

7pm

 


Oh, Mr Porter (1937)


 

 

Monday

15th April

2019

7.30pm


 La Terra trema (1948) 


In the poor Sicilian village of Aci Trezza the fisherman have been exploited for generations. Tired of the endless cycle of poverty, a young soldier returns home from war and convinces his family to strike out on their own. Tragically, his plan to change the system is met with a cruel blow that pushes them even further under water. Shot on location with non-professional actors, Luchino Visconti's haunting second film remains a masterpiece of Italian cinema as well as a 'landmark Neorealist work' 

 

 

Friday

19th April

2019

7.30pm 

 

7.30pm - Chez Fred Fish and chips & the film £12per person 

8pm - Film starts ( film only price £7.50)

please book via email at : lavish@fastmail.fm 


The shining (1980)

 

 

 

Saturday

20th April

2019

2.00pm 

 

 

 

FOREIGN FILM

8 & 1/2 

 

Troubled Italian filmmaker Guido Anselmi (Marcello Mastroianni) struggles with creative stasis as he attempts to get a new movie off the ground. Overwhelmed by his work and personal life, the director retreats into his thoughts, which often focus on his loves, both past and present, and frequently wander into fantastical territory. As he tries to sort out his many entanglements, romantic and otherwise, Anselmi finds his production becoming more and more autobiographical.





 

Saturday

20th April

2019

7.30pm

 

 

Clockwork orange (1971)

 


 
 

Sunday

21st April

2019

6pm

 

FOREIGN FILM

2 week Foreign Film festival

Tuesday after Christmas (2010)

 

Middle-aged Paul (Mimi Branescu) lives in a pleasant Bucharest apartment with his wife, Adrianna (Mirela Oprisor), and their 9-year-old daughter. But unbeknown to Adrianna, Paul is also having an affair with the family's dentist, Raluca (Maria Popistasu). As Christmas approaches, Paul finds himself forced to choose between the woman with whom he has shared the last decade of his life and the passionate new partner who has given him a revitalized image of himself.


 
 

Monday

22nd  April

2019

7.30pm


FOREIGN FILM

 2 week Foreign Film festival

Breathless (1960)

Petty thug Michel (Jean-Paul Belmondo) considers himself a suave bad guy in the manner of Humphrey Bogart, but panics and impulsively kills a policeman while driving a stolen car. On the lam, he turns to his aspiring journalist girlfriend, Patricia (Jean Seberg), hiding out in her Paris apartment while he tries to pull together enough money to get the pair to Italy. But when Patricia learns that her boyfriend is being investigated for murder, she begins to question her loyalties.


 

Tuesday

23th April

2019

8pm


FOREIGN FILM


4 Months 3 weeks 2 days (2007)

The courage and friendship of two Romanian college students is tested when Gabita (Laura Vasiliu) discovers that she is pregnant by her boyfriend (Alex Potocean), and seeks an illegal abortion with the help of her classmate Otilia (Anamaria Marinca). Enlisting the services of the shady Mr. Bebe (Vlad Ivanov), the two girls find themselves in extremely tense and uncomfortable situations and must rely on their mutual support to get them through the ordeal.

 

Winner of the Palme D'Or 2007


 
 

Wednesday

24th April

2019

7.30pm

 

FOREIGN FILM 

2 week Foreign Film festival

Le grand bleu (1988)  

Director Luc Besson is famous for his imaginative visual technique and breathtaking action sequences. One of the most stunningly beautiful films ever made, "The Big Blue" features gorgeous underwater photography and spectacular location shooting in the French Antibes, the Greek islands, Peru, and Taormina in Sicily. But it is the emotional intensity of the film experience and mystical themes of the story that have made it a cult phenomenon.


 
 

Thursday

25th  April

2019

7.30pm

 

 

Father of my children (2009) 



Grégoire Canvel has everything a man could want. A wife he loves, three delightful children and a stimulating job. He's a film producer. Discovering talented filmmakers and developing films that fit his conception of the cinema-free and true to life-is precisely his reason for living. His vocation. It fulfils him and Grégoire devotes almost all his time and energy to his work. He's hyperactive, he never stops. Except on weekends, which he spends in the country with his family-gentle interludes, as precious as they are fragile. With his bearing and exceptional charisma, Grégoire commands admiration. He seems invincible. Yet his prestigious production company, Moon Films, is on its last legs. Too many productions, too many risks, too many debts. Storm clouds are gathering. But Grégoire ploughs on at all costs. Where will his blind obstinacy lead him? One day, he is obliged to face the facts. In one word: failure. He is overwhelmed by fatigue. Which soon, secretly, turns into despair.
 
 

Friday

26th April

2019

2.00pm

 


The beat that my heart skipped (2005)

 

 

 
 

Friday

26th April

2019

7.30pm

 

 

Booked - private birthday party

 

 
 

Saturday

27th April 

2019

11am

 

 

Fantastic Mr Fox (2009)


 

 
 

 

 

 
 

 

Saturday

27th April 

2019

2.00pm

 

 Strangers on a train 

 
 

Saturday

27th April 

2019

7.30pm


 

 

Chez Fred Fish & chips night - £15 p/p

 

Food at 7.30pm followed by the film at 8.15pm



Murder on the orient express (2018 version)  

 

 

 

Please book seats by email : lavish@fastmail.fm

 
 

Sunday

28th April 

2019

6pm

 

Stalingrad (2003)



 

 

Monday

29th April 

2019

7.30pm

 

A hologram for the king (2012)




 

 

Tuesday

30th April 

2019

7.30pm

FOREIGN FILM

 

 

La dolce vita (1960) 

 

In Federico Fellini's lauded Italian film, restless reporter Marcello Rubini (Marcello Mastroianni) drifts through life in Rome. While Marcello contends with the overdose taken by his girlfriend, Emma (Yvonne Furneaux), he also pursues heiress Maddalena (Anouk Aimée) and movie star Sylvia (Anita Ekberg), embracing a carefree approach to living. Despite his hedonistic attitude, Marcello does have moments of quiet reflection, resulting in an intriguing cinematic character study.