All screenings Fridays 7:30pm
Ealing Town Hall W5 2BY
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Friday 6th April 7:30pm
My Darling Clementine 1946
97 minutes certificate U in English
Directed by John Ford
Starring Henry Fonda, Victor Mature, Walter Brennan, Linda Darnell, Cathy Downs, Tim Holt, Ward Bond, Jane Darwell
Friday 13th April 7:30pm
F For Fake 1973
85 minutes certificate PG in English
Directed by Orson Welles
Friday 20th April 7:30pm
Black Girl – La noire de… 1966
59 minutes certificate 15 in French with English subtitles
Directed by Ousmane Sembène
Starring M’bissine Thérèse Diop, Anne-Marie Jelinck, Robert Fontaine, Momar Nar Sene
Friday 27th April 7:30pm
The Illusionist – L’illusionniste 2010
77 minutes certificate PG in English
Directed by Sylvain Chomet
Voice acting by Jean-Claude Donda, Eilidh Rankin
As vaudeville’s popularity wanes in 1950s France and his stage act loses its lustre, a conjurer takes his rabbit and top hat and moves to Britain to perform tricks in pubs. He enjoys a new enthusiasm for his art when he gains a fan in a girl who believes in magic. This touching tale was based on an unproduced script written by Jacques Tati, and developed decades later by animator Sylvain Chomet, with a resplendent hand-drawn Edinburgh. “Bittersweet, moving and utterly beautiful: a love letter to cinema and to Scotland.”
Named Best Animated Film by the Césars in France, the European Film Awards, and New York critics.
JUST THE TWO OF US?
Couples, love triangles, friends, doppelgängers – all feature in these romantic comedies, dramas, satires and fantasy films. There’s visually extravagant movies from visionary directors, with a focus on auteurs, and a tour of European cinema movements in June.
4th May Strictly Ballroom 1992 PG 94 min
Directed by Baz LuhrmannStarring Paul Mercurio, Tara Morice, Barry Otto, Pat Thompson, Bill Hunter, Gia Carides
A defiant contender brings unwelcome flair to formal ballroom dancing championships, where he wants to perform his own steps. He reluctantly partners with a plain and clumsy beginner who trips over her two left feet, but then she flourishes, and soon love is in the air. Their routines are set to a passionate soundtrack, electric choreography and shot with vibrant energy.
The first film from the director of ‘Romeo + Juliet’, ‘Moulin Rouge!’ and ‘The Great Gatsby’.
8 awards from the Australian Film Institute for best film, director, screenplay, acting, editing, costume and production design.
BAFTA awards for best score, costumes and production design.
Winner of prizes at film festivals in USA and Europe, including Cannes, and audience awards in Canada.
This feel-good hit from Australia is now a musical in the West End playing to excellent reviews!
Strictly Ballroom The Musical
11th May The Wedding Banquet 1993 15 106 min
Living in New York, a gay Taiwanese man and a Chinese woman agree to a marriage of convenience – but then his parents unexpectedly attend. Funny and warm, a sweet treat.
18th May Delicatessen 1991 15 99 min
Food is scarce in post-apocalyptic France. A butcher and landlord’s shy daughter finds love with the new handyman in this stylish, surreal, deliciously dark comedy.
25th May The Lady Eve 1941 U 94 min
Con-artist Barbara Stanwyck tries card games, seduction and false identity to get millionaire Henry Fonda’s money. This Hollywood screwball comedy is classy, witty and sexy.
8th June Marriage Italian Style 1964 12 101 min
A commitment-shy businessman and his cunning mistress spend decades in an on-off courtship. Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni bring laughter and heart to this Italian Comedy.
15th June Daisies 1966
15 73 minutes
Two young women pull pranks and cause chaos in anarchic acts against society. Feminism, surrealism, psychedelia and the absurd abound in this playful Czech New Wave farce.
22nd June Ali: Fear Eats the Soul 1974 12A 93 min
A lonely widow meets a younger man from Morocco, but their budding relationship is prone to their differences, family reactions and prejudice in this New German Cinema masterpiece.
29th JuneThe Double Life of Veronique 1991 15 98 min
Two women, both musicians, look identical and live parallel existences – one in Poland, one in France – in this mesmeric, dream-like art film about fate and freedom.