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October Film Screenings & Events at kinokulture cinema, Oswestry
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Welcome to the October edition of the kinokulture cinema newsletter.

As the autumn months draw in we have a wonderful selection of films and live event broadcasts to keep you entertained.

In our World cinema programme we have the award winning 'The Heiresses' from Paraguay, Agnès Varda's gorgeously idiosyncratic take on her own life 'The Beaches of Agnès' and Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski, director of the Oscar-winning Ida, returns with the exquisite 'Cold War'. A tumultuous love story between two people of different backgrounds and temperaments.  

Our main programme offers up 'BlacKkKlansman' by Spike Lee, 'The Seagull' starring Saoirse Ronan, Emma Thompson in 'The Children Act' and of course Winnie The Pooh and friends in 'Christopher Robin'.

Live event broadcasts include the final play in our Oscar Wilde Season 'The Importance Of Being Earnest', 'Mayerling' and 'Die Walküre' from The Royal Opera House.

all of our October screenings are now on sale and available to book online via our website:

Ticket prices for regular screenings are £7.00 Adult & £5.00 Under 16's

Prices for Event Cinema & Live broadcasts vary depending on the distributor.

Please scroll down to see full information & booking links for all of this month's films.

Doors open 30 minutes before the screening time and parking is available in The Horse Market car park just a short walk from the cinema.

Our cafe/bar space sells a range of light refreshments and is licensed in the evenings and on Saturdays.

The cinema has a loop system and is also  installed with Mobile Connect - Sennheiser's WiFi based system that enables low-latency transmission of audio content to mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.  We can now easily provide assistive listening, audio description and interpretation channels to your own mobile phone. all you need to do is download the 'Sennheiser  Mobileconnect' App for free from the Android or ITunes app store and listen through headphones connected to your mobile phone. This service can be used by anyone needing hearing assistance but is also very useful for people who can not understand the indecipherable mumbling of certain actors when they are 'In character'.

We look forward to seeing you this month.
October Film Screenings & Events
at kinokulture cinema

9 Arthur Street, Oswestry, SY11 1JN

Oswestry Film Society screening

Sanctuary (15)

Tuesday 2nd October  7:30pm

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Aided by their care worker, a couple in love embark on an illegal tryst in this unsentimental and untraditional romcom played with terrific gentleness and honesty.  Sophie and Larry – one has epilepsy and the other Down's syndrome - met in Sophie's care home and have fallen in love. Care worker Tom has arranged to let them have an afternoon together in a local hotel in town, sneaking them away from a group trip to the cinema, all does not go to plan. 

"The film has a tough, unsentimental ending. A valuable film with honesty and heart."

 (2016. Ireland. Cert 15. 88 minutes)

The Heiresses (12A)

Wednesday 3rd October 7:30pm
Thursday 4th October 7:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 Under 16's
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An immaculate, entirely female-driven drama, the debut feature of Paraguayan filmmaker Marcelo Martinessi screened in Competition for the Golden Bear at the 2018 Berlinale, where it won the Alfred Bauer Silver Bear and received unanimous acclaim.


Chela and Chiquita, both descended from wealthy families in Asunción, Paraguay, have been together for over 30 years. But recently their financial situation has worsened and they begin selling off their inherited possessions. But when their debts lead to Chiquita being imprisoned on fraud charges, Chela is forced to face a new reality.


Driving for the first time in years, she begins to provide a local taxi service to a group of elderly wealthy ladies.


As Chela settles into her new life, she encounters the much younger Angy, forging a fresh and invigorating new connection.

Chela finally begins to break out of her shell and engage with the world, embarking on her own personal, intimate revolution.


"The Heiresses is a tickling, near-perfect tragicomedy from Paraguay. The nuances are so fine you could slip them between adjacent atoms." *****

Financial Times


"Martinessi shrewdly combines subtlety, melancholy, satirical observation and candour about sex." **** The Guardian


Director: Marcelo Martinessi

Paraguay/Uruguay/Germany 2018

Cast: Ana Brun, Ana Ivanova, Margarita Irun

Run time: 98 mins

English subtitles


The Seagull (12A)

Friday 5th October 7:30pm
Saturday 6th October 7:30pm
Monday 8th October  7:30pm
Thursday 11th October 1:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 under 16's
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One summer at a lakeside Russian estate, friends and family gather for a weekend in the countryside. While everyone is caught up in passionately loving someone who loves somebody else, a tragicomedy unfolds about art, fame, human folly, and the eternal desire to live a purposeful life. Adapted by Tony-winning playwright Stephen Karam ("The Humans") from Anton Chekhov's classic play and directed by Tony-winner Michael Mayer ("Spring Awakening"), THE SEAGULL explores, with comedy and melancholy, the obsessive nature of love, the tangled relationships between parents and children, and the transcendent value and psychic toll of art.


Director: Michael Mayer

Cast:  Elisabeth Moss,  Saoirse Ronan,  Annette Bening,  Corey Stoll,  Brian Dennehy,  Michael Zegen

Run time: 98 mins

Oscar Wilde Season Live:
The Importance Of Being Earnest (12A)

Tuesday 9th October 7:15pm

Tickets: £15.00 Adult/£10.00 Under 16's
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A new production of one of the funniest plays in English, Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, will be broadcast live to cinemas from the Vaudeville Theatre in London's West End. 


Wilde's much-loved masterpiece throws love, logic and language into the air to make one of theatre's most dazzling firework displays. Jack, Algy, Gwendolyn and Cecily discover how unsmooth runs the course of true love, while Lady Bracknell keeps a baleful eye on the mayhem of manners. 


This is the fourth and final play from the Oscar Wilde Season, a year-long celebration of the brilliant Victorian playwright being staged by the Classic Spring Theatre Company.


Run time: 150 mins 


Lucky (15)

Wednesday 10th October 7:30pm
Thursday 11th October 7:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 under 16's
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One of America's greatest character actors gets a superb valedictory leading role in a funny and touching portrait of a 90-year-old loner staring down mortality. The titles declare, 'Harry Dean Stanton IS Lucky'. And with the opening scenes, as this aged ex-cowboy determinedly goes about his daily business in a small desert town – smoking, yoga, TV game shows, more smoking – it's instantly clear how tailored the role is to Stanton's creased, fiercely unsentimental charms. 


When an unexpected fall jolts Lucky from his comfort zone, actor-turned-debut-director John Carroll Lynch (Fargo, Zodiac) stealthily widens his scope to present a gentle, wise and ultimately graceful reflection on loss and acceptance. There are wonderful supporting turns from David Lynch and Stanton's Alien cohort Tom Skerritt, but it's Harry Dean who really shines here, giving his greatest lead performance since 1984's Paris, Texas. Lucky us.

Leigh Singer - BFI


"beautiful film and a wonderful final masterclass in living a character from the great Harry Dean Stanton. Also a note-perfect supporting performance from David Lynch. Anyone that loved Wim Wenders' Paris, Texas, Lynch's Straight Story or Alexander Payne's Nebraska will love Lucky. I wish you all the best with it" [Robert Mitchell, Variety]


"Lucky packs a really sensitive, understated, emotional wallop with its own unique built-in Lifetime Achievement Award for Harry Dean Stanton." *** The Observer


"No one who cares about movies and those rare actors who can elevate them into something unforgettable would dream of missing this scrappy, loving tribute to a virtuoso. Lucky may not believe in God. But what kind of fool doesn't believe in Harry Dean Stanton?" **** Rolling Stone


Director: John Carroll Lynch

Cast: Harry Dean Stanton, David Lynch, Ron Livingston

Run time: 88 mins


The Children Act (12A)

Friday 12th October 7:30pm

Saturday 13th October 7:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 under 16's
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Adapted by Ian McEwan from his own novel, theatre and film director Richard Eyre's (Iris, Notes on a Scandal) stately, moving drama following an eminent High Court judge for whom professional and personal crises collide as she approaches a critical ruling.


Even as her marriage to Jack (Stanley Tucci) founders, widely admired judge Fiona Maye (Emma Thompson) has a life-changing decision to make at work, namely: should she force Adam (Fionn Whitehead), a 17-year-old with leukaemia, to have the blood transfusion that will save his life against his parents', and perhaps his, beliefs? To the court's surprise, Judge Maye decides to see Adam in hospital before delivering her verdict. But this unorthodox move will have profound ramifications both professionally and personally, as her visit stirs new emotions in the boy and long-buried memories in her.


Immaculately directed, meticulously calibrated, Eyre's restrained and nuanced drama is in many ways reminiscent of 2017's painful deliberations over the Charlie Gard case, giving it an additional contemporary relevance and weight. It's also immeasurably aided by a stylish, intelligent and emotionally literate performance from Thompson, who hasn't enjoyed a role this rich in some time and excels in her articulation of Fiona's troubled emotional world and moral disquiet.


"A heartbreaking lament for loves lost and lives unrealised, a restrained, nuanced movie about nuance and restraint." Sight and Sound


"The Children Act is a masterpiece from beginning to end and it should not be missed." ***** Film Threat


Director: Richard Eyre

UK 2017

Cast: Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Fionn Whitehead

Run time: 105 mins

Royal Opera House Live: Mayerling (12A)

Monday 15th October 7:15pm

Tickets: £15.00 Adult/£10.00 under 16's
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A Ballet In three acts:


Mayerling is a classic of the Royal Ballet repertory, with its emotional depth, haunting imagery, and one of the most demanding roles ever created for a male dancer. Kenneth MacMillan choreographed a complex work around the psychologically tormented heir to the Habsburg Empire, Crown Prince Rudolf. From the ballet's start, the glamour of the Austro-Hungarian court is contrasted with undercurrents of sexual and political intrigue that drive the story to its violent climax in a double suicide. 

The large cast allows for impressive ensembles in addition to the ballet's many solos of distinctive character and pas de deux of disturbing eroticism. This ballet, bursting with intensity, madness and passion, proves that sometimes the truth is more scandalous than  fiction. 






Run time: Approx 3 hours 15 mins (including two intervals)

Oswestry Film Society screening

The Breadwinner (12A)

Tuesday 16th October  7:30pm

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(Parvana is an 11-year-old girl growing up under the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2001. When her father is wrongfully arrested, she cuts off her hair and dresses as a boy in order to support her family. Parvana discovers a new world of freedom-and danger, drawing strength from the fantastical stories she invents, she embarks on a quest to find her father and reunite her family.  


"The Breadwinner's stunning animated visuals are matched by a story that dares to confront sobering real-life issues with uncommon, and richly rewarding, honesty."

2018. Can/Ire/Lux. Cert 12. 91 minutes)
Regeneration (15)

Wednesday 17th October 7:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 Under 16's
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Screening as part of Shropshire's  World War One Film Festival


During the First World War, men faced questions about themselves never asked before on such a scale when the most enormously destructive conflict the world had ever seen felled tens of thousands every week. Some men broke, and found themselves in asylums. This is a film about some of these men, and some of those who treated them. It deals with a change in the conception of the world so vast that it needed a whole new language to deal with it.


Set in Craiglockhart Army Hospital, 1917. Soldiers returning from battle are treated by disillusioned psychiatrist Dr William Rivers, a man beset by his own ethical doubts. Two of the soldiers meeting there are Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen, two of England's most important WWI poets. This deeply moving story is based on the best-selling novel by Pat Barker.


"Mackinnon's film is a worthy, often engrossing tale, delicately acted and beautifully shot. The sheer horror of trench warfare haven't been captured this vividly and emotionally since Kubrick's Paths Of Glory." **** Bob McCabe - Empire.


1997 Uk/Canada

Run time: 114 min

Dir: Gillies Mackonnon

Cast includes: Jonathan Pryce, James Wilby, Johnny Lee Miller


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The Beaches of Agnes (18)

Thursday 18th October 7:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult
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The wonderful Agnès Varda returns to our screen with her own idiosyncratic take on her life in "The Beaches Of Agnes".


On the eve of her 80th birthday, Agnès Varda takes us on a stroll to the beaches and shores that provided the settings for key moments in her life. With wit and honesty, Varda addresses her early life in Belgium, her family's exile during the Second World War, her beginnings as an artist, her relationship with Jacques Demy, her feminism and her thoughts on ageing. An authentic, tender and moving autobiography in which shines the filmmaker's refreshing and constant curiosity.

"It's impossible not to open your heart to this film." - Little White Lies


Director: Agnes Varda

France 2008

French with English subtitles

Run time: 113 mins


Puzzle (15)

Friday 19th October  7:30pm
Monday 22nd October 7:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 Under 16's
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Puzzle," an American drama film is a closely observed portrait of Agnes, who has reached her early 40s without ever venturing far from home, family, or the tight-knit immigrant community in which she was raised by her widowed father. Life begins to change in a quietly dramatic fashion when Agnes receives a jigsaw puzzle as a birthday gift and experiences the heady thrill of not just doing something she enjoys, but being very, very, good at it.


"It's not fair to oversell "Puzzle." It's a modest, tender movie in which not much happens, aside from a woman transforming in small but seismic ways. For fans of Macdonald who have long awaited the movie she owns from start to finish, it's nothing less than a simple, humane and tenderhearted triumph." ****

The Washington Post


Director: Marc Turtletaub

Cast: Kelly Macdonald, David Denman, Irrfan Khan, Austin Abrams, Liv Hewson

Run time: 1 hour 43 mins


BlackKkKlansman (15)

Saturday 20th October 7:30pm
Tuesday 23rd October 7:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 Under 16's
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From visionary filmmaker Spike Lee comes the incredible true story of an American hero. 


It's the early 1970s, a time of great social upheaval as the struggle for civil rights rages on. Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) becomes the first African-American detective on the Colorado Springs Police Department, but his arrival is greeted with skepticism and open hostility by the department's rank and file. Undaunted, Stallworth resolves to make a name for himself and a difference in his community. He bravely sets out on a dangerous mission: infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan. 


Posing as a racist extremist, Stallworth contacts the group and soon finds himself invited into its inner circle. He even cultivates a relationship with the Klan's Grand Wizard, David Duke (Topher Grace), who praises Ron's commitment to the advancement of White America. With the undercover investigation growing ever more complex, Stallworth's colleague, Flip Zimmerman (Adam Driver), poses as Ron in face-to-face meetings with members of the hate group, gaining insider's knowledge of a deadly plot. Together, Stallworth and Zimmerman team up to take down the organization whose real aim is to sanitize its violent rhetoric to appeal to the mainstream.


Spike Lee's hugely enjoyable and politically timely film uses this unbelievable case to lift a lid on racism in America, both past and present. It's frequently hilarious, particularly in highlighting the idiocy of the Klan, but never misses a moment to comment on racial inequality.


Director: Spike Lee

USA 2017

Cast: John David Washington, Adam Driver, Topher Grace, Corey Hawkins, Laura Harrier, Ryan Eggold, Jaspar Pääkkönen, Ashlie Atkinson

Run time: 135 mins


Hells Angels (PG)

Wednesday 24th October 7:30pm
Thursday 25th October 1:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 Under 16's
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Screening as part of Shropshire's World War One Film Festival


Two brothers attending Oxford enlist with the RAF when World War I breaks out. Roy and Monte Rutledge have very different personalities. Monte is a freewheeling womanizer, even with his brother's girlfriend Helen. He also proves to have a yellow streak when it comes to his Night Patrol duties. Roy is made of strong moral fibre and attempts to keep his brother in line. Both volunteer for an extremely risky two man bombing mission for different reasons. Monte wants to lose his cowardly reputation and Roy seeks to protect his brother. Their assignment to knock out a strategic German munitions facility is a booming success, but with a squadron of fighters bearing down on them afterwards, escape seems unlikely.


Controversy during the Hell's Angels production contributed to the film's notoriety, including the accidental deaths of several pilots. Hell's Angels was one of the highest-grossing films of the early sound era and was widely reported as being one of the most expensive films ever made. 


Dir: Howard Hughes, James Whale.

Cast: Ben Lyon, James Hall, Jean Harlow

USA 1930

Run Time: 131 mins



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Cold War (15)

Thursday 25th October 7:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 Under 16's
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Pawel Pawlikowski, director of the Oscar-winning Ida, returns with the exquisite Cold War. A tumultuous love story between two people of different backgrounds and temperaments – who despite their overwhelming passion for each other, are fatefully mismatched – it won him Best Director at Cannes in May and has received ecstatic reviews.


Loosely inspired by Pawlikowski's parents (to whom the film is also dedicated) it's set against the oppressive background of the Cold War and across Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris; following singer Zula (an effortlessly magnetic and beguiling performance by Joanna Kulig) and pianist Wiktor (Tomasz Kot) from their initial meeting at an audition over the course of the ensuing 15 years.

Endlessly drawn to each other, they are unable to co-exist but their inability to move on from one another is cyclical, stuck on a painful and exhausting loop. The film's very structure – particularly through use of narrative ellipses – serves to compound and solidify their unbreakable bond as Zula rises to fame, as they perform across Eastern Europe (the film includes some brilliantly choreographed musical set-pieces) and realise that they must find a way to slip past the Iron Curtain, and soon.


It's a moving, searching and highly personal film from Pawlikowski, who grew up in exile from Poland's Communist rule and lived in the UK and Paris until the period in which he made Ida, which saw him move back to Poland and change cinematic focus entirely. It feels in many ways as though he is building further upon the artistic success of that film, with silvery monochrome cinematography by Ida cinematographer Łukasz Żal, and a continued commitment to explore both the dark heart of Poland and how its 20th century political wounds and unrest echoed through the emotional lives of its subjects. A triumph.


Director: Pawel Pawlikowski

UK/Poland/France 2018

Cast: Joanna Kulig, Tomasz Kot, Agata Kulesza

Run time: 85 mins

Polish with English subtitles

Christopher Robin (PG)

Friday 26th October 7:30pm
Monday 29th October 7:30pm
Wednesday 31st October 1:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 Under 16's
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A working class family man, Christopher Robin is under pressure from work to cancel his family plans, until his old friend Winnie the Pooh comes to his rescue. 


When his boss calls an emergency meeting, Christopher Robin's (Ewan McGregor) is put under pressure to cancel his family holiday with his wife, Evelyn (Hayley Atwell), and their young daughter. His boss gives him some harsh words when he tells him "I thought you'd do anything for this company."

Christopher must decide whether to abandon his holiday plans and risk disappointing his family, or let down his boss by skipping the meeting. He decides to go on a walk through the Hundred Acre Woods to clear his head but ends up lost after wandering much further than he normally would. At a loss at what to do, Christopher sits down on a bench to contemplate his thoughts – but not for long.


To his relief, cuddly old friend from the past, Winnie the Pooh (Jim Cummings) turns up out of the blue to his rescue. Pooh helps him to restore balance between his working life and family by making him realise he must reconnect with childhood friends and memories to rediscover the joys of life.


From the studio that brought us Beauty and the Beast, Christopher Robin is a modern take on the beloved childhood classic, Winnie the Pooh, and brings together a stronghold of talent including Ewan McGregor and Hayley Atwell. Talented filmmaker Marc Foster (Finding Neverland), directs this live-action Disney animation and is set to be another classic in his ever-growing repertoire.


Run time: 104 mins


American Animals (15)

Saturday 27th October 7:30pm
Tuesday 30th October 7:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 Under 16's
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This isn't based on a true story, this happened. Writer-director Bart Layton (The Imposter) takes the heist movie into bold new territory with this unbelievable but true story of four young men who attempt one of the most audacious art heists in US history.


Barry Keoghan and Evan Peters play two friends from the middle-class suburbs of Lexington, Kentucky, who upon enrolling in college realise that their lives may in fact never be important or special in any way.


Determined to live lives that are out of the ordinary, they plan the brazen theft of some of the world's most valuable books from the special collections room of the college Library. Enlisting two more friends, (Jared Abrahamson and Blake Jenner), and taking their cues from heist movies, the gang meticulously plots the theft and subsequent fence of the stolen artworks.


Director: Bart Layton

Cast: Evan Peters, Blake Jenner, Ann Dowd, Barry Keoghan, Udo Kier, Jared Abrahamson

Run time: 117 mins


Royal Opera House Live: Die Walküre (15)

Sunday 28th October 5:00pm

Tickets: £15.00 Adult/£10.00 Under 16's
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Wagner's Ring cycle is one of the greatest works of all opera. Keith Warner's production is conducted by Antonio Pappano, Music Director of The Royal Opera, and this final revival is cast with an outstanding international array of Wagnerian specialist singers. 


The full cycle's four operas journey from the beginning of a world to its destruction, with gods, heroes and monsters. This epic myth portrays every type of human emotion in music and ideas of extraordinary power. 


The Ring is always a special eventin the operatic calendar: once experienced, never forgotten.


Die Walküre (The Valkyrie) is the second opera in the cycle, and features several of the Ring's musical highlights – the sparkling Magic Fire Music and the electrifying Ride of the Valkyries. But among the musical reworks and Norse mythology, at the centre of this opera are the unforgettable characters and the complex entanglements between them, including twins Siegmund and Sieglinde, and Wotan and his Valkyrie daughter, Brünnhilde. 











Run time: Approx 4 hours 50 mins (with two intervals)

Sung in German with English subtitles



The Big Bad Fox And Other Tales (U)

Tuesday 30th October 1:30pm
Thursday 1st November 1:30pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult/£5.00 Under 16's
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From the creators of the Academy Award®-nominated Ernest & Celestine comes another hilarious, heartwarming tale of animal misfits. The countryside isn't always as peaceful as it's made out to be, and the animals on this farm are particularly agitated - including a fox who mothers a family of chicks and a duck who wants to be Santa Claus... Adapted from director Renner's own acclaimed graphic novel, this is a delirious, delightful triptych of interlocking stories, with a pacing and visual spontaneity that recalls classic Looney Tunes.


"After delighting audiences and critics alike at the 2017 London Film Festival, Benjamin Renner and Patrick Imbert's brilliantly observed French animation The Big Bad Fox andOther Tales (Le grand mechant renard et autres contes) finally gets a nationwide UK release, but not before undergoing a commendably accurate dubbing in English in a version which sees Matthew Goode, Celia Imrie and Bill Bailey lend their voices to this delightfully comedic anthology." ****



Directors: Patrick Imbert, Benjamin Renner

Run time: 83 mins


Oswestry Film Society 

PRIDE 2018: LGBTQ+ Film Season

Maurice (15)

Wednesday 31st October  7:30pm

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Oswestry Film Society are pleased to present their annual PRIDE Season now in its second year featuring four fantastic films celebrating LGBTQ+ experiences.

Based on E. M. Forster's novel, Maurice tells the story of Clive and Maurice, who fall in love whilst studying at Cambridge. In Edwardian times, homosexuality was illegal and the couple must hide their relationship. After a friend is arrested, Clive abandons Maurice and enters a loveless marriage. But while staying with Clive and his shallow wife, Anne, Maurice is seduced by the affectionate and yearning servant Alec, an event which brings about profound changes in Maurice's life and outlook. From the famous producer/director partnership of Ismail Merchant and James Ivory (A Room with a View, Remains of the Day), and featuring an early lead role from Hugh Grant, this is a beautiful 30th anniversary restoration of "A candid, lucid and passionate film." The Guardian

 (1987. UK. Cert 15. 140mins)

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November is packed full of Live theatre broadcasts including Alan Bennett's 'Allelujah!' from The National Theatre, 'RED' exploring the creative genius of Mark Rothko, 'The King And I' from London's West End and 'Troilus and Cressida' with a live music score by Virtuoso percussionist Evelyn Glennie from the RSC plus two live performances of The Forester's House for The Wilfred Owen Festival by The LADS.

Film highlights include Glenn Close in the acclaimed 'The Wife', Idris Elba's directorial debut 'Yardie' A full restoration of the British classic 'Distant Voices, Still Lives' and Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong in 'First Man'.

All our November screenings are now on sale

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