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WIVELSFIELD FILMS Wivelsfi eld Village Hall, off Eastern Road, Wivelsfi eld Green RH17 7QG


Sunday 19 February, 16.30 Puss in Boots (Cert.U)


An adventure combining traditional fairytales, nursery rhymes, and a western theme all rolled into one. Puss and his childhood friend, Humpty Dumpty, set out with one dream: to fi nd the magic beans of the Jack and the Beanstalk legend. But the villainous Jack and Jill are already a few steps ahead and have the magic beans locked safe in a cage guarded by wild boar!


Sunday 19 February, 19.30 The Iron Lady (12A)


‘The Iron Lady’, starring award-winning Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher, tells the story of how the country’s fi rst female PM broke through traditional barriers to succeed in a male-dominated political world. With a supporting cast of talented British actors, including Jim Broadbent as Denis Thatcher and Richard E. Grant playing Michael Heseltine. www.theironladymovie.co.uk


Doors/licenced bar open at 7pm. Homemade cakes, ice creams and drinks served before the fi lm and during the interval.


Tickets £5.50 on the door and in advance from the Post Offi ce & Village Stores, and the Cock Inn, or online by following the link from www.wivelsfi eld.net. Free, easy parking at the Hall.


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FOREST ROW FILM SOCIETY Forest Row Village Hall RH18 5ES


Friday 3 February, 20.00


Nosferatu Director: F.W. Murnau, Germany 1922, 94 min, PG


The fi rst great vampire fi lm, and it still remains one of the scariest with its expressionist aesthetic and Max Schrek as Count Orlok.


Saturday 4 February, 15.00


The Great White Silence Director: Herbert G. Ponting, UK 1924, 108 min, U Even after a hundred years, Captain Scott’s doomed expedition to the South Pole remains a moving monument to courage and adventure. Equally startling is this offi cial fi lm of the expedition, now beautifully restored by the BFI to commemorate the centenary of the expedition reaching the South Pole on 17 January 1912.


In a world where the production of food is hugely dependent on the availability of cheap liquid fuels and where, in the UK, the average age of farmers is 58, this fi lm follows three young people trying to get into agriculture in New Jersey, each of whom has a passion for working with horses. Screening at Emerson College


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LINDFIELD FILMS King Edward Hall, Lindfi eld


Thursday 16 February, 19.45 The Iron Lady (Cert.12A)


Tickets are £6 each, including refreshments, and are on sale at the Bookstop in Lindfi eld.


SUSSEX LIVING 33February 2012 Saturday 4 February, 20.00


The Passion of Joan of Arc Director: Carl Dreyer, France 1928, 82 min, PG


With its stunning imagery and close-ups, Dreyer’s fi lm is an incredible depiction of faith, suffering, and redemption. Drawing on the transcripts of the original trial, it is Joan’s pain and anguish that is its main focus, with Maria Falconetti giving one of the greatest performances ever recorded on fi lm.


Sunday 5 Februrary, 15.00 The Adventures of


Prince Achmed Director: Lotte Reiniger, Germany 1926, 66 min, PG


Loosely based on A Thousand and One Arabian Nights, this beautiful and unique fi lm was hailed as history’s fi rst animated (silhouette) feature, primitive and utterly sophisticated at the same time.


Friday 10 February, 20.00


Kinky Boots Director: Julian Jarrold, UK 2005, 106 min, 12A


Charlie Price has inherited a failing Northampton shoe factory, but transvestite Lola (Chiwetel Ejiofor) inspires him to extend his product range. A winkingly naughty bit of British comedy for a dark February evening.


Friday 17 February, 20.00


The Farmer and the Horse Director: Jared Flesher, USA 2010, 77 min


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