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Ditchling Film Society Ditchling Village Hall, Lewes Road, Ditchling


A Serious Man (Cert 15) Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, 2009


Thursday, 1 March Doors: 19.30, Film: 20.00


A black comedy drama centered on Larry Gopnik, a Midwestern professor who watches his life unravel through multiple sudden incidents. Tickets: Guests and temporary members are welcome for a small charge payable at the door.


Free coffee and biscuits beforehand and ample free parking behind the hall.


Chico and Rita Tono Errando, Javier Mariscal, 2010


Thursday 5 April Doors: 19.30, Film: 20.00


Set in Cuba in 1948, Chico is a young, talented piano player with big dreams and Rita is a beautiful, sexy singer with an extraordinary voice. Music and romantic desire unites them but their journey, in the tradition of the Latin ballad, the bolero, brings them both heartache and torment.


Tickets: Guests and temporary members are welcome for a small charge payable at the door.


Free coffee and biscuits beforehand and ample free parking behind the hall.


Forest Row Film Society Forest Row Village Hall, The Square, Forest Row, East Sussex RH18 5ES


Poetry (Cert. 12A) Lee Chang-dong, 2010


Friday, 2 March Film: 20.00


“Gorgeously photographed and exquisitely acted, Poetry takes a story almost buckling under the weight of its sadness, and from it magics a work at once mysterious and luminous, suffused with anger and patience, endowed with poetry.” Daily Telegraph Tickets: £5/£4(concs) Contact: 01342 822301 forestrowfi lms@yahoo.co.uk http://forestrowfi lmsociety.org


Queen of the Sun Taggart Siegel, 2010


Friday 9 March Film: 20.00


From the director of The Real Dirt on Farmer John comes a profound look at the tragic global bee crisis through the eyes of biodynamic beekeepers, scientists, and farmers. Queen of the Sun weaves a dramatic story which uncovers the problems and solutions in renewing a culture in balance with nature. Tickets: £5/£4(concs) Contact: 01342 822301 forestrowfi lms@yahoo.co.uk http://forestrowfi lmsociety.org


The Secret Garden (Cert. U) Agnieszka Holland, 1993


Sunday, 11 March Film: 15.00


Based on the popular children’s classic, The Secret Garden tells the story of Mary, who is orphaned and arrives at her new ‘home’, a large remote house where a sick child is kept a secret, and her guardian is stricken with a mysterious grief. Tickets: £5/£4(concs) Contact: 01342 822301 forestrowfi lms@yahoo.co.uk http://forestrowfi lmsociety.org


Of Gods and Men (Cert. 15) Xavier Beauvois, 2010


Friday, 16 March Film: 20.00


Inspired by true events, this powerful and affecting fi lm tells the story of a group of Cistercian monks living in the mountains of north Africa. When an Islamic fundamentalist group massacres some foreign workers, the brothers have to decide what to do. Tickets: £5/£4(concs) Contact: 01342 822301 forestrowfi lms@yahoo.co.uk http://forestrowfi lmsociety.org


Ivan the Terrible (Cert. PG) Sergei M. Eisenstein, 1947


Friday, 23 March Film: 20.00


Ivan the Terrible is a complex study of the corruption associated with absolute power, how it functions within tyranny, and the process by which it changes hands. Tickets: £5/£4(concs) Contact: 01342 822301 forestrowfi lms@yahoo.co.uk http://forestrowfi lmsociety.org


Offside (Cert. PG) Jafar Panahi, 2006


Friday, 30 March Film: 20.00


This delightful, at times hilarious, comedy is based on the arrest of a girl for trying to sneak into Teheran football stadium dressed as a boy. A sharp commentary on the situation of women in Iran, Jafar Panahi is now in prison and banned from making fi lms. Tickets: £5/£4(concs) Contact: 01342 822301 forestrowfi lms@yahoo.co.uk http://forestrowfi lmsociety.org


SUSSEX LIVING 33March 2012


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