Film

If you enjoy watching films with friends and like to talk about just what it is you like(or hate!) about films, come along and enjoy a film with us. 

The aims of the group will be to watch mainly English and American films, from the early days of cinema to the present, in a variety of genres. Time will be given to discussion in each session. The group will be encouraged to discuss the actual films they would like to see. John Meachen, our film group leader, wants the group to share ownership of the future programme. 

Session 1    9th January 2019

The History of Cartoons from the Early Thirties.

These will be shown on an 8mm projector.

Session 2    13th February 2019

Part 2 of The History of Cartoons from the Early Thirties.

Session 3     13th March 2019

"Letter from an Unknown Woman"

A tragic story of unrequited love, with Joan Fontaine and Louis Jordan, directed by Max Ophuls.

Session 4    10th April 2019

"Pleasantville"

A very respectable small town in America during the 1950's, suddenly along comes the 1960's in this comedy, which is shot in black and white until a young woman arrives in full colour!

Session 5      8th May

" Night of the Hunter"

The only film directed by Charles Laughton, now considered a masterpiece. Produced in 1955, starring Robert Mitchum and Shelley WInters.

Session 6     12th June

"Helzapoppin"

A crazy " screwball" comedy, produced in 1945.

Session 7      10th July

"Spellbound"

A 1948, Hitchcock film ,as requested by some members, starring Gregory Peck and Ingrid Bergman. This film was nominated for six Academy Awards and won an Oscar for an original score.

Session 8      14th August

"The Little Shop of Horrors"      

A comedy, horror, produced in 1961, starring Jack Nicholson.

New members welcome.

FILM SHOWINGS

We meet at 1pm on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at Wribbenhall Community Centre, Shaw Hedge Road, Bewdley, DY12 1EU.

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