Lost the Plot

As these characters try to better their lives, get rich quick, or work on their relationships, they learn that the best intentions and best laid plans often go awry. Dramatic obstacles, the force of destiny, or sheer bad luck twist their decision-making, in a series of comedies about winners and losers. Including some movie star charm, films made in Ealing, and a meet the filmmaker event, we finish the year with fun and cheer.

We’ve got a Special Event
Friday 6th December
We screen French Film (2009) and are delighted to be joined
by the director Jackie Oudney for a Q&A about making this feature film, and her work in commercials.
Seating is limited so reserve your place soon.
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Friday 1st November
Cabin in the Sky (1943)
U 94 minutes in English

Directed by Vincente Minnelli
Starring Ethel Waters, Eddie “Rochester” Anderson, Lena Horne, Rex Ingram, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, the Hall Johnson Choir


Friday 8th November
The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)
U 81 minutes in English with English subtitles

Directed by Charles Crichton
Starring Alec Guinness, Stanley Holloway, Sidney James, Alfie Bass, John Gregson

Friday 15th November
The Candidate (1972)
PG 105 minutes in English

Directed by Michael Ritchie
Starring Robert Redford, Peter Boyle, Melvyn Douglas

Friday 22nd November
My Brilliant Career (1979)
U 100 minutes in English

Directed by Gillian Armstrong
Starring Judy Davis, Sam Neill, Wendy Hughes

Friday 29th November
Une femme est une femme (1961)
PG 83 minutes in French with English subtitles
(A Woman is a Woman)

Directed by Jean-Luc Godard
Starring Anna Karina, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean-Claude Brialy


Special Event
Friday 6th December
French Film (2009)
15 88 minutes in English
Directed by Jackie Oudney
Please come and join director Jackie Oudney for a Q & A about making this feature film, and her work in commercials.

Starring Hugh Bonneville, Anne-Marie Duff, Victoria Hamilton, Douglas Henshall, Eric Cantona, Jean Dell
Seating is limited. Reserve your seats now. Read more / buy tickets

“I consider myself lucky firstly because I am French, secondly because I make movies, thirdly because I understand love.”
Hugh Bonneville is a journalist interviewing Eric Cantona as a pretentious Gallic filmmaker, whose philosophising starts to affect his rapports with his partner and friends. “An (un)romantic comedy that explores the very different attitudes to love held by the French and the English.
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We are delighted to be joined by the director Jackie Oudney!


Friday 13th December
The Apartment (1960)
PG 125 minutes in English

Directed by Billy Wilder
Starring Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, Fred MacMurray
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Our Christmas selection!
Jack Lemmon plays a lowly clerk who lets out his flat to the company executives to conduct their out-of-office affairs, while he pines after elevator attendant Shirley MacLaine. Billy Wilder’s bittersweet comedy is now regarded amongst the best films of all time
Our alternative holiday film takes place over December, with key scenes set at Christmas and New Year office parties. Read more / buy tickets

There will be no screenings on
20th, 27th December or 3rd January.
We will be back on 10th January 2020.

Fridays 7:30pm
Ealing Green Church hall W5 5QT
Entry £7/£6 concessions – students £5 – members £6/£5 – membership £10 for a year
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