Our autumn season of film as follows. We have a mixed bunch of film, hopefully something for everyone!
We are pleases to announce the return of Paul Shallcross for Horror Shorts III, we have enjoyed his company twice already, he has been wonderful company, his sense of humour and his talent on the piano have made for very enjoyable evenings. We hope you can come and support what is a wonderful evening.
We are also pleased to be showing K2D, the film made when film club members Tom and Dominique and their children made a motorcycle trip through India to raise funds for their Interburns charity. We will be passing a bucket around to collect money for Interburns that night and all contributions large and small will be appreciated and put to good use!
- Sing Street
Tuesday, 6 September 2016, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
- The Pearl Button (El Botón de Nácar)
Thursday, 15 September 2016, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
Saturday, 24 September 2016, 6:30 pm
- The Daughter
Tuesday, 27 September 2016, 2pm & 7:30pm
Thursday, 6 October 2016, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
- The Brand New Testament (Le Tout Nouveau Testament)
Wednesday, 12 October 2016, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
- Embrace of the Serpent (El Abrazo de la Serpiente)
Tuesday, 18 October 2016, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
- Silent Horror Shorts III
Wednesday, 26 October 2016, 7:30 pm
- Men & Chicken (Mænd & Høns)
Wednesday, 9 November 2016, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
Saturday, 19 November 2016, 7:00 pm
Thursday, 1 December 2016, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
Tuesday, 6 September 2016, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
2015, Ireland/USA/UK, 106 minutes, (12A)
Director – John Carney
A funny, boisterous and joyously uplifting treat. Set in Dublin in 1985 it is a loving homage to the 80s full of in-joke cultural references to the period, its music and fashion. In an attempt to win the favour of the beautiful Raphina, teenage Conor asks her to appear in his music video. The only problem is he’s not yet in a band.
There will be a drinks reception after the film.
IMDb – Sing Street
Rotten Tomatoes – Sing Street
AUDIENCE SCORE – 90.12%
- This is the film I always wanted to make
- Made me smile lots
- A musical of sorts. Very irish I loved it
- Really enjoyed feel good film
- A feel good film. Real life. Families, break ups. Bullies being useful. Music good too. Will recommend
- A great feelgood movie, enjoyable on many levels. Great humour, music and relationships
- Fabulous …. Such a ‘feel good’ factor – poignant observations on relationships
- What a great film. Lifted my spirits significantly
- Extremely talented young actors – upbeat, fun and good music
- Lovely storyline all about people and life! Excellent.
- Good start to new season! Felt surprisingly nostalgic
- Ah yes, the power of the music and the band!! Brilliant costumes too and good acting
- Highly recommended great music. Great music
- Loved it
- Hope over adversity a feel good film
- Third time we have seen this film. Still makes us laugh and enjoy. May appear to be light but has depth
- Reminded me how I felt at 15 years. Enjoyed
Hello Pontardawe Film Fans
The next film selection meeting will take place on Wednesday 25th May at 7.00pm in the Arts Centre. Hope you can make it.
If you can’t, let us know what films you would like us to consider for next season.
The audience gave the film ‘Still Life‘ a score of 89.47%
Here are the comments:
- Excellent! The antidote to action movies… (and I’m not being sarcastic)
- Loved this film, amazing detail, beautifully filmed and a wonderful story.
- Unbelievably poignant. Extremely well acted + directed. Quite beautiful.
- Awesome film – very thought provoking.
- Slow but very moving, The ending was a little contrived, but it was very affecting. It was a very powerful film.
- Very moving poignant film – with wonderful humour – brilliantly acted and directed.
- Fab film. Really drawn in to the story. Emotional. I did not expect the ending, but very poignant. Will watch again.
- Artistically + cinematographically very ‘French’ so good to see UK can make sophisticated genre as well.
- Never thought that such a job existed. It is touching that he cared, but what a lonely life.
- Very touching beautifully crafted film.
- Very poignant.
- Quirky, moving, tragi-comedy with a European feel to the structure of the film….
- A sad-sweet tale of a lonely man.
Our next selection meeting is on the Tuesday the 5th of May.
We will be selecting our Autumn Season of films.
Selection meetings are open to all film club members. I hope you can make it and help shape the club.