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ADVANCE NOTICE – OCTOBER PROGRAMME
Thursday 8 September 2016
Our October programme of films should go on sale today
Subject to agreement with the distributors, Croydon Council (and CALAT!) we plan to present:
Tue 4th, 7.30 – Things to Come (12A): Isabelle Huppert stars in this French drama about a philosophy teacher trying to reinvent her life.
Thur 6th, 2.30 & 7.30 – The Beatles: Eight Days A Week, The Touring Years (cert. tba): Ron Howard’s documentary about the Fab Four’s 250 concerts between 1963 and 1966.
Tue 11th, 11.00 – Sing Street (12A, Babes in Arms screening)
Tue 11th, 7.30 – Frame by Frame (cert. tba): This film documents the lives of four Afghan photojournalists during and after the Taliban regime. (we hope to arrange a Q&A)
Wed 12th, 2.30 & 7.30 – El Sur (PG): Victor Erice’s re-released 1983 classic, beloved of fellow Spanish director Pedro Almodovar. A young girl living in the north of Spain is fascinated by the secrets of the father’s life in the south.
El Sur is screening on Wednesday as on Thur 13th there should be a Beer Festival!
Tue 18th, 2.30 – Cafe Society (12A): Woody Allen’s latest comedy is set in 1930’s Hollywood and New York, and stars Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart and Steve Carell. (subtitled for people with a hearing loss)
Tue 18th, 7.30 & Thur 20th, 11.00 – Little Men (PG): A new pair of best friends have their bond tested by their parents’ battle over a dress shop lease. From the director of Love is Strange.
Thur 20th, 7.30 – Cafe Society (12A): Evening screening of Woody Allen’s latest comedy. Set in 1930’s Hollywood and New York, starring Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart and Steve Carell.
Tue 25th, 2.30 – Swallows & Amazons (PG): A new film adaptation of Arthur Ransome’s classic children’s tale of two families’ sailing adventures in the Lake District.
Tue 25th, 7.30 – Mavis! (PG): Black History Month presentation of this documentary about soul-singing legend Mavis Staples.
Thur 27th, 2.30 & 7.30 – Captain Fantastic (15): Viggo Mortensen stars as a father of a family living off the grid, who must fight to keep his children.
Mon 30th, 7.30 – The Hunger (18): Hallowe’en screening of this classic 1983 vampire tale starring David Bowie, Susan Sarandon and Catherine Deneuve.