2015-2016 Season

3rd October  - Boyhood
31st October - Theory of Everything
28th November - Omar

29th December - Pride

30th January - Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter
27th February, What We Did On Our Holidays
19th March, Wild

Films for 2014-15

Programme starting in September 2014...

20th September - Rush
25th October - Wadjda
22nd November - Philomena

29th December - Sunshine on Leith (Fundraiser)

31st January - American Hustle
28th February - Saving Mr Banks
28th March - The Lunch Box

Shows for 2013-14

Programme for 2013-14

Argo 29 Sept  SUNDAY

Village 27 Oct  SUNDAY

Sapphires 30 Nov

Life of Pi 30 Dec MONDAY 

Late Quartet 1 Feb

I Wish 22 Feb

Skyfall 29 March

Films for 2012-13 season

September 29th The Artist - France/Belgium

October 28th Senna - UK

November 24th A Separation - Iran

December tbc Midnight in Paris - Spain/USA

January 26th The Guard - Ireland

February 23rd En Kongelig Affaere (A Royal Affair) - Denmark

March 23rd The Angels' Share - UK

The First Ten Years...

Preview - Autumn (Sept?) 2002 Chocolat (Fr)

2003 part season Feb to June (5 films)
Enigma (UK)
39 Steps  (UK) in Tweedsmuir
March of the Penguins
Plus more?

Sept 03 – Grease - Drive In at The Crook

2003/04 first full season
The Raven/Blair Witch Project (UK/USA)
Gangs of New York (USA)
The Wedding Singer (USA)
Amelie (Fr)
Apocalypse Now Redux (USA) in Tweedsmuir
Chicago (USA)

Calendar Girls (UK)
Intolerable Cruelty (USA)
Pirates of the Caribbean (Tw) (USA)
The Station Agent (USA)
Il Postino (It)
Touching the Void (UK)

Les Choristes (Fr)
Vera Drake (UK)
Sideways (with wine tasting) (USA)
Whisky Galore (with Whisky tasting)
Motorcycle Diaries (Arg)
Million Dollar Baby (USA)
Monster’s Ball (USA)

La Grande Seduction (Can/Fr)
Bombon El Perro (Arg)
Constant Gardener (UK)
Local Hero (UK)
Grizzly Man (USA/Ger)
The Three Burials of Melquisdes Estrada (USA)
A Cock and Bull Story (UK)

The History Boys (UK)
Volver (Sp)
Das Leben der Anderen (Ger)
I Know Where I’m Going (UK)
Little Miss Sunshine (USA)
The Queen (UK)
The Prestige (UK)

Happy-Go-Lucky (UK)
The Singer (Fr)
Edge of Heaven (Ger)
The Lady Killers (UK) & Silent Films/Live Music with Phil Hotham
Once (Ire)
The Visitor (USA)
Seachd: The Inaccessible Pinnacle (UK)

Slumdog Millionaire (UK) - charity special
El baño del Papa (The Pope’s Toilet) (Urg)
Vicky Cristina Barcelona (USA)
Il y a longtemps que je t'aime (I’ve Loved You So Long ) (Fr)
Guys & Dolls (USA)
Age of Stupid (UK)
Sleep Furiously (UK)
Looking for Eric (UK)

An Education (UK)
Sztuczki (Tricks) (Pol)
Bright Star (UK)
The Odd Couple (USA) (in Skirling)
Julie and Julia (USA) (in Stobo)
The Ghost Writer (UK) (in Skirling)
Pranzo di ferragosto (It) (Mid-August lunch)

Made in Dagenham (UK)
The Illusionist (Fr)
Mýrin (Jar City) (Iceland)
Cassablanca (USA)
The Social Network (USA)
Animal Kingdom (Australia)
Potiche (Fr)

Films for 2011-12

For the Film Club’s 9th season there is a great selection of films from around the world, being screened in Broughton Village Hall.

First up, on October 1st is the UK period comedy/drama Made in Dagenham. It is a bitter-sweet tale of industrial relations and sex (in)equality at the Ford factory in Essex in the 1960’s. The beautiful French animation, set in Edinburgh and the Highlands, The Illusionist is one of two French films in the programme. On a more serious vein is Mýrin, the club’s first Icelandic film. It seems that the colder the climate the better the thriller at the moment (The Killing, Wallander) and this is no exception.

Impeccably scripted, beautifully directed, and filled with fine performances, The Social Network, being shown in February is a riveting, ambitious example of modern filmmaking at its finest. The excellently regarded family/crime drama Animal Kingdom is the club’s first Australian offering. Finally, back to industrial relations and sexual politics with Potiche. This is an adaptation of a hit comic play starting Catherine Deneuve is as a ‘trophy housewife' (or ‘potiche’), who steps in to manage her husband’s umbrella factory after an industrial relations crisis.

Membership at just £18 (£30 for a couple) gives admission to six screening together with a complimentary drink. For more information or to join contact Joe Logan (01899 830551) or Mark Gillham (01721 720910), or join up at the first screening. Guests are welcome to pay on the door but regulars are encouraged to join; this helps the club and gives members a good discount.