Rye Film Club summer programme

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Thank you to everyone who supported the club with good attendances for our last three films, Easter Parade, The Carer and La La Land. We are still benefiting from generous sponsorship from The George in Rye but we also need members to attend on a regular basis, and don’t forget you can bring as many guests as you wish.

All films are shown at the Rye Community Centre, Conduit Hill, 7pm start, doors 6:30pm. Licensed bar and comfy chairs!

Friday July 7Lion (2016 – 118 minutes)  When Saroo, a five year old Indian boy gets lost on the streets of Calcutta more than a thousand miles from his home, he is frightened and lonely and too young to identify himself or his home village. He manages to survive on the streets until he is accepted into an orphanage. In due course he is adopted by an Australian couple and grows up there in a caring family environment. But, as he gets older he increasingly feels the need to try to trace his family in India. A heart-warming story with that feel good factor.

Friday August 4 – An American in Paris (1951 – 113 minutes)  When Jerry Mulligan (Gene Kelly), a struggling artist  living in Paris is ‘discovered’ by a wealthy heiress, she has more than just an interest in his art. Meanwhile Jerry falls for the beautiful Lise (Leslie Caron), who is, unfortunately for him, already romantically engaged with Henri (Georges Guetary), a night club singer. With Jerry’s best friend played by the wise cracking concert pianist Oscar Levant, the film sparkles with George Gershwin’s wonderful music and of course Gene Kelly’s supreme artistry on the dance floor. One of the finest MGM musicals ever made and in Technicolor on the big screen, what more could one want?

Friday September 1Their Finest (2016 – 117 minutes) Set during the Blitz of the Second World War, the film stars Gemma Arterton as a secretary who joins the cast and crew of a major propaganda film as a scriptwriter for the Ministry of Information Film Unit. With her colleagues Tom (Sam Claflin), and ageing romantic lead Ambrose Hilliard (Bill Nighy), the trio struggle against the odds to complete the film and to make a difference and contribute something meaningful to the war effort, despite battling sexism, political interference and jealous relatives.

DVDs FOR SALE  The following DVDs are for sale at £6 each, first-come, first-served from Geoff at Grammar School Records on Rye High Street:

About Time (Rachel McAdams/Bill Nighy)

Albert Nobbs  (Glenn Close)

The Carer (Brian Cox)

Far from the Madding Crowd  (Carey Mulligan)

The Impossible  (Pierce Brosnan)

The Iron Lady (Meryl Streep)

Julieta (Emma Suarez)

La La Land (Ryan Gosling/Emma Stone)

Little White Lies (Marion Cotillard)

Love & Friendship (Kate Beckinsale)

Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey, Jr.)

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (Robert Downey, Jr.)

Song for Marion (Terence Stamp)

Suffragette (Carey Mulligan)

Suite Française (Michelle Williams)

Testament of Youth (Alicia Vikander)

The Theory of Everything (Benedict Cumberbatch)

 

 

 

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