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April 18th
Jean de Florette

1986 French period drama film directed by Claude Berri, based on a novel by Marcel Pagnol. The film takes place in rural Provence, where two local farmers plot to trick a newcomer out of his newly inherited property. The film starred three of France’s most prominent actors – Gérard Depardieu, Daniel Auteuil, who won a BAFTA award for his performance, and Yves Montand in one of his last roles before his death.

April 25th
Manon des Sources

1986 French language film. Directed by Claude Berri, it is the second of two films adapted from the 1966 two-volume novel by Marcel Pagnol, who wrote it based on his own earlier film of the same title. It is the sequel to Jean de Florette. It won an award in 1989 as best French film.

MAY FESTIVAL: Celebrating the 60s!  Still £7.77. Special Nosh. Food 7pm Film 8pm. Puddings at half-time
During May we are showing five varied films from the 1960s, with introductions/short talks from Prof Steve Hawley, Alexia Lazou, Eliza Skelton and Jane Bom-Bane

May 2nd BE MY GUEST 1965

Delightful film set in the sixties before it was really swinging and has David Hemmings before he was a star. He plays a young lad from London whose family inherit a guest house in Brighton. He and his mates (including a young Steve Marriott of the Small Faces) end up writing a pop song as well as having fun by the sea. The bloke who plays Sid James son in Bless This House crops up in this film as well as Lionel Blair’s sister, Joyce. It’s all very innocent stuff and features cameos by Jerry Lee Lewis and the Nashville Teens, and it features scenes filmed inside the Brighton Hippodrome!

May 9th THE FAMILY WAY 1966

British comedy-drama film based on Bill Naughton’s play All in Good Time (1963). It began life in 1961 as a television play, Honeymoon Postponed. The film was produced and directed by John and Roy Boulting, respectively, and starred father and daughter John Mills and Hayley Mills, and Hywel Bennett.

May 16th VIY 1967

Russian film adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s story was for a long time the only horror film made in the Soviet Union. A young priest is ordered to preside over the wake of witch in a small old wooden church of a remote village. This means spending three nights alone with the corpse with only his faith to protect him.

May 23rd ROSEMARY’S BABY 1968


American psychological horror film written and directed by Roman Polanski, based on the bestselling 1967 novel of the same name by Ira Levin. The cast features Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer, Maurice Evans, Ralph Bellamy, Angela Dorian, Clay Tanner, and Caharles Grodin in his debut film role.

May 30th

American drama film directed by Sydney Pollack. The screenplay by James Poe and Robert E. Thompson is based on the 1935 novel of the same name by Horace McCoy. In the midst of the Great Depression, manipulative emc ee Rocky (Gig Young) enlists contestants for a dance marathon offering a $1,500 cash prize. Among them are a failed actress (Jane Fonda), a middle-aged sailor (Red Buttons), a delusional blonde (Susannah York) and a pregnant girl (Bonnie Bedelia). Days turn into weeks as the competition drags on and people either drop out or expire…