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Monday

1st October

7.30pm


Monday night is

Rex Bales Music night 

 "It takes two to tango"  


 An evening of duets, featuring a couple of delightful operatic ones, but mostly featuring pop and country, particularly the latter, which will include rare footage of Bob Dylan with Johnny Cash, and with Willie Nelson.


Interactive show with dialogue hosted by Rex. 

Something different and enjoyable.


£7 per person

 


 

Thursday

4th 

October

7.30pm

Supper Club night

2 course meal and film - £15. 

Booking recommended.

 

 The program (2015)

An Irish sports journalist becomes convinced that Lance Armstrong's performances during the Tour de France victories are fueled by banned substances. With this conviction, he starts hunting for evidence that will expose Armstrong.

 

 

  

Friday

5th

October

7.30pm

 

Foreign Film 


 

The second mother (2015)

When the estranged daughter of a hard-working live-in housekeeper suddenly appears, the unspoken class barriers that exist within the home are thrown into disarray.


* This film won 28 awards       (usually best film, Director and actress) at Brazil , Phoenix, Sundance, Goteborg, Ariel, Rivenrun and Amsterdam film festivals * 

 

Saturday

6th 

October

6pm 

Foreign film

 

Consequences of love (2005)


Titta di Girolamo apparently has a regular and tedious life with nothing strange a part from his own name (as he uses to say). He lives in a Hotel in Lugano (Switzerland) since almost ten years, spending his days waiting for something we don't know. His life is too rigid, too detached following a flat routine. Titta ignore everyone and probably he has no emotions at all. But one day he decided, breaking all his personal rules, to exchange some words with Sofia, the hotel's barmaid. Incredibly all the situation change, emotions, love, mafia, death come back violently into Titta's life.

Subtitled  

 

Monday

8th

October

7.30pm 

 

Hereditary (2018) 

 Hereditary uses its classic setup as the framework for a harrowing, uncommonly unsettling horror film whose cold touch lingers long beyond the closing credits. 

 

 

 

Thursday

11th

October

7.30pm 


The Guernsey literary and potato peel pie society (2018) 


A correspondence begins between Juliet Ashton and members of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, with them sharing their experiences of Nazi Occupied Guernsey. When an idea for a book catches Juliet she goes to visit the island, making lifelong friends and taking life changing steps along the way.



 

Friday 

12th 

October 

7.30pm 

 

 

 

Chez Fred Fish and chips and film night  £12 per person

Hereditary (2018) 

 Hereditary uses its classic setup as the framework for a harrowing, uncommonly unsettling horror film whose cold touch lingers long beyond the closing credits. 



 

 


Saturday

13th

October

7.30pm 

 

 

 


 

Django unchained (2012)

With the help of a German bounty hunter, a freed slave sets out to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner.



 

 

Sunday

14th 

October 

6pm

 

 

Foreign Film Sunday


Vivre sa Vie (2017)

In director Jean-Luc Godard's landmark drama, Nana (Anna Karina), a young Parisian woman who works in a record shop, finds herself disillusioned by poverty and a crumbling marriage. Hoping to become an actress and break into films, Nana is once again disappointed when nothing comes of her dreams, and soon she turns to a bleak life of prostitution. When she meets a man (Peter Kassovitz) who truly cares for her, Nana's hope returns -- but Raoul (Sady Rebbot), her pimp, may have the final word.


 

Monday

15th 

October 

7.30pm

 

Letters from Baghdad (2017)

Letters from Baghdad is the story of a true original—Gertrude Bell—sometimes called the “female” Lawrence of Arabia. Voiced and executive produced by Academy award winning actor Tilda Swinton, the documentary tells the dramatic story of this British spy, explorer and political powerhouse. Bell traveled widely in Arabia before being recruited by British military intelligence to help draw the borders of Iraq after WWI. Using never-seen-before footage of the region, the film chronicles Bell’s extraordinary journey into both the uncharted Arabian desert and the inner sanctum of British male colonial power. With unique access to documents from the Iraq National Library and Archive and Gertrude Bell’s own 1600 letters, the story is told entirely in the words of the players of the day, excerpted verbatim from intimate letters, private diaries and secret communiqués. It is a unique look at both a remarkable woman and the tangled history of Iraq. The film takes us into a past that is eerily current.

 
 

Thursday 

18th 

October 

7.30pm

 

 Rear Window (1954)

A wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder. 


Hitchcock classic

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Friday

19th

October

7.30pm

 

 

Chez Fred  Fish & Chips Night 

Food & film £12 per person 

 

Life of Brian (1979)


Directed by Terry Jones. With Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam. Born on the original Christmas in the stable next door to Jesus, Brian of Nazareth spends his life being mistaken for a messiah.

 




Saturday

20th

October

7.30pm

 

The Departed (2006) 

 

An undercover cop and a mole in the police attempt to identify each other while infiltrating an Irish gang in South Boston. 

Directed by Martin Scorsese, starring Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon

 

 

 

 


 

 

Sunday

21st

October

6pm

     

 

Foreign Film 

 

Le Grand Bleu  (1988)

 

Brilliantly made french film about the rivalry of two free divers.  This film was described as "one of the most significant cult movies of the 1980s" by French Cinema historian Rémi Lanzoni, who described it as "ooz[ing] with a sensuous beauty unlike any other film at the time". It won awards for its soundtrack and photography. Stars Jean Reno and Rosanna Arquette


A lovely film 

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Monday

22nd

October 

7.30pm

 Foreign Film 

 

Happy End (2017)


A fairytale for adults. It's about five people with an important liaison to one another. The characters are all avoiding being truthful about the realities of their lives and waiting for some miracle to happen. Instead of optimistically continuing their efforts, they find asylum in lies and falsities. The name suits the plot as all the main characters are wishing a Happy End to their existing problems while not doing much practically to improve their Present. This movie is 3rd in sequence of Björn Runge's Trilogy of Liberation. The two earlier movies are "Daybreak" and "Mouth to Mouth" respectively. The main idea behind these 3 movies is to portray the lives of people who are trying to liberate themselves from destruction.

 

 

Thursday

25th

October 

7.30pm

 North by Northwest (1959)

A hapless New York advertising executive is mistaken for a government agent by a group of foreign spies, and is pursued across the country while he looks for a way to survive.  Stars Cary Grant.

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Friday

26th

October 

7.30pm

 Macbeth  (2015)

Macbeth is a 2015 British-French-American war historical drama film based on William Shakespeare's play of the same name, directed by Justin Kurzel and written by Jacob Koskoff, Todd Louiso, and Michael Lesslie. The film stars Michael Fassbender in the title role and Marion Cotillard as Lady Macbeth.


Great reviews for this film. 

If you haven't seen Marion Cotillard play Lady Macbeth, you really haven't seen the role inhabited with the glorious fire and ice it needs to haunt your dreams.


Fearsomely visceral and impeccably performed, it's a brisk, bracing update, even as it remains exquisitely in period.


"Macbeth" is epic, cinematic, and gory, with scenes that are stunning to the eye and hard on the stomach.

Saturday

27th

October

7.30pm

Foreign language film 

The Salesman (2016)

 

After their flat becomes damaged, Emad (Shahab Hosseini) and Rana (Taraneh Alidoosti), a young couple living in Tehran, Iran, must move into another apartment. Once relocated, a sudden eruption of violence linked to the previous tenant of their new home dramatically changes their lives, creating a simmering tension between husband and wife.

 

 

 

 


 

Sunday

28th

October

6pm

Man with a movie camera (1929)

Part documentary and part cinematic art, this film follows a city in the 1920s Soviet Union throughout the day, from morning to night. Directed by Dziga Vertov, with a variety of complex and innovative camera shots, the film depicts scenes of ordinary daily life in Russia. Vertov celebrates the modernity of the city, with its vast buildings, dense population and bustling industries. While there are no titles or narration, Vertov still naturally conveys the marvels of the modern city.

 

 
 

Monday

29th

October

7.30pm


Foreign film with subtitles

A pigeon sat on a branch reflecting on existence (2015)


Voted 9th best film of 2015 by the Guardian.


Like his previous features SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR and YOU, THE LIVING, master Swedish director Roy Andersson takes up the theme of "being a human being" with this meticulously crafted, dreamlike black comedy. Sam and Jonathan, a pair of hapless novelty salesman, take us on a kaleidoscopic tour of the human condition in reality and fantasy, unfolding in absurdist episodes: a sing-along at a 1940s beer hall, a randy flamenco teacher, a thirsty King Charles XII of Sweden en route to battle, and a diabolical metaphor for the horrors inflicted by European colonialism. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, life's grandeur, and the humor and tragedy hidden within us all.

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

  

 

 

 

Monday

23rd

October

7.30pm

 White Noise (2005)

Architect Jonathan Rivers (Michael Keaton) is happily married to author Anna (Chandra West), but tragedy strikes when she is killed in an accident. Deep in grief, Jonathan hears from Raymond Price (Ian McNeice), who claims that he has intercepted messages from Anna via electronic voice phenomena. Jonathan eventually comes to believe Raymond's claims, but, as he is drawn further into investigating the phenomenon, a sinister supernatural presence invades his life.

 

Tuesday

24th

October

7.30pm 

  Booked - private Party 

 

 

Wednesday

25th

October

7.30pm

 

 No Film - decorating

 

Thursday

26th

October

7.30pm

 No Film - decorating

 

Friday

27th

october

12pm

&

7.30pm 

Halloween weekend horror film 


Evil Dead (1981)

The Directors cut 

Ashley "Ash" Williams (Bruce Campbell), his girlfriend and three pals hike into the woods to a cabin for a fun night away. There they find an old book, the Necronomicon, whose text reawakens the dead when it's read aloud. The friends inadvertently release a flood of evil and must fight for their lives or become one of the evil dead. Ash watches his friends become possessed, and must make a difficult decision before daybreak to save his own life in this, the first of Sam Raimi's trilogy.

 
 

 

Saturday

28th

October

7.30pm

Booked - private party   

Sunday

29th

October

6pm 

 

Foreign film - Horror weekend  

 

Dogtooth (2009)

What it's about: 

In this French movie, a pregnant widow suffers during a terrifying home invasion by a woman who wants her baby for some reason.

Why you need to see it:

 "It brings a whole new definition of 'terror' to home invasion films."

What it's about: 

In this Greek movie, two parents have isolated their teenage kids from society for their entire lives, until one of the kids decides to shake things up.

Why you need to see it: 

"This movie is beautiful while messing with your head at the same time. The ending will stay with you forever."



 

 

 

Monday

30th

October

12pm

&

7.30pm

Halloween weekend horror film  

Kill List (2011)

What it's about: 

In this British movie, a hitman is on an assignment to kill three people for big money, but he starts to lose himself as he begins his tasks.

Why you need to see it:

 "To see a man's downward spiral sent shivers down my spine — I swear I held my breath through the last 30 minutes, it was so intense."


 

Tuesday

31st

October

12pm

&

7.30pm 

Halloween weekend horror film  

Let the Right One In (2008)


 
 

 

 
     
 


 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

   
 

 

 

 

   
     
 

 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

  

                                                           
 

 

     
 

 

     
 

 

 

   
 

 

 Booked  - Private Party

 
 

 

 




   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
 

 

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