All screenings Fridays 7:30pm
Ealing Town Hall W5 2BY
THE 7th ART
Here’s a variety of movies looking out to other art forms, as both filmmakers and characters show off their creative skills, including painting, acting, music and sport. Hopefully they’ll fire up your imagination and inspiration too.
Friday 6th July
Loving Vincent 2017
94 minutes certificate 12A in English
Directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman
Starring Douglas Booth, Saoirse Ronan, Jerome Flynn, Helen McCrory, Aiden Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Chris O’Dowd, John Sessions, Robert Gulaczyk
Friday 13th July
To Be or Not To Be 1942
99 minutes certificate U in English
Directed by Ernst Lubitsch
Starring Carole Lombard, Jack Benny, Robert Stack
Friday 20th July
A Double Feature this Week!
A Live Broadcast 2018
Belleville Rendez-Vous 2003
A Live Broadcast is a short 13 minute film directed by Mario Antonio Liptaj
Starring Peter Willoughby, Darcey James, Eva Von Mitzka,David W. Smith and Jessica Jill Partridge.
Set in 1999, the story follows Gareth Holland, a young charismatic presenter of a dreadful informercial show who goes through a rough day of shooting. Produced by students at Westminster Film School, and shot on stunning Kodak Super 16mm Motion Picture Film, A Live Broadcast is a daring thriller-comedy featuring many stellar performances. Read more here
Belleville Rendez-Vous 2003
80 minutes certificate 12A
Directed by Sylvain Chomet
The Tour de France becomes a madcap chase involving a cyclist, his devoted grandmother, her faithful dog, shady gangsters and a trio of former jazz singers.
The first feature animation from the director of ‘The Illusionist’.
Winner of numerous awards for best animated film from critics in North America, and best music and best film from Canadian and French academies.
July 27th we cohost a screening of
Suburban Steps to Rockland:
The Story Of The Ealing Club
this is separate from the screening below and at the University Of West London
Read more about this special event and tickets HERE!
Friday 27th July
Pushing Hands 1991
101 minutes certificate 12 in Mandarin with English subtitles, and in English
Directed by Ang Lee
Starring Sihung Lung, Bozhao Wang, Deb Snyder, Lai Wang
An ageing martial artist and Tai Chi master moves from China to suburban New York to live with his son, his wife and their child. They struggle with adjustments, a language barrier, and family tensions as he forms his new life there. Looking at culture clashes, tradition and modernisation, this is sensitive, human and funny.
The first feature film from Ang Lee, and part of his trilogy including ‘The Wedding Banquet’ and ‘Eat Drink Man Woman’.
His later films include ‘Sense and Sensibility’, ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’, ‘Brokeback Mountain’ and ‘Life of Pi’.
Winner of best film at the Asia-Pacific film festival, the special jury award and acting prizes at the Golden Horse film festival in Taiwan.
We have no screenings in August, and are back on Friday 7th September
with an autumn programme featuring action, crime capers, counter-culture and comedy in films including That Sinking Feeling, Scarface, Stagecoach and Double Indemnity