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GREAT FILMS for 2017/18 SEASON

Frant Film starts its ninth season on 6th October. As usual there are 8 wonderful films this season, spanning several different genres and time periods, so hopefully there is something for everyone. Please see the details below. There is also a bar open before each film showing, so do come along at 7.15pm to meet friends and neighbours and have a chat.

At just £17 for the whole season (that’s £2.12 per film) Frant Film offers a great evening out that won’t break the bank, whilst also raising money to help support the village Memorial Hall, to which all profits go. Existing members will be contacted shortly and for any new member enquires please contact Kathy Lowe on 01435 873967.

MEMBERSHIP ONLY £ 17 FOR THE SEASON OF 8 FILMS

For information please call Kathy Lowe on 01435 873967

All films are shown in the village Memorial Hall and start at 8pm.

Lion

Lion Friday

6 October


Lion is a drama in which a five-year-old Indian boy finds himself lost in Kolkata, thousands of miles from home. After being sent to Australia for adoption, he returns to India as a young adult in order to find his real mother and brother Starring Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman and directed by Garth Davis.

Rated PG. Contains scenes of emotional intensity, mild threat.

The Day of the Jackal

The Day of the Jackal

Friday 3 November


A professional assassin codenamed “Jackal” (Edward Fox) plots to kill Charles de Gaulle, the President of France. First released in 1973 and set in 1968 following repeated attempts to assassinate de Gaulle.

Rated 15 for gun violence and brief nudity.

The Sapphires

The Sapphires

Friday 1 December


It’s 1968, and four young, talented Australian Aboriginal girls learn about love, friendship and war when their all-girl group The Sapphires entertains the US troops in Vietnam. Based on a true story, The Sapphires is a triumphant celebration of youthful emotion, family and music.

Rated PG. Contains discriminatory language and mild language, sex and threat.

A United Kingdom

A United Kingdom

Friday 5 January


The story of King Seretse Khama of Botswana (David Oyelowo) and how his loving but controversial marriage to a British white woman, Ruth Williams (played by Rosamund Pike), put his kingdom into political and diplomatic turmoil.

Rated 12A. Contains racist language, moderate violence.

Sully

Sully

Friday 2 February


Directed by Clint Eastwood this is the story of Chesley Sullenberger (played by Tom Hanks), an American pilot who became a hero after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order to save the flight’s passengers and crew.

Rated 12A. Contains moderate threat, infrequent strong language.

My Afternoons with Marguerite

My Afternoons with Marguerite

Friday 2 March


A semi-literate and lonely odd-job man (Gerarad Depardieu) bonds with a much older and well-read woman (Gisele Casadesus).

Rated 15. Contains strong language.

Midnight in Paris

Midnight in Paris

Friday 6 April


While on a trip to Paris with his fiancée’s family, a nostalgic screenwriter finds himself mysteriously going back to the 1920s everyday at midnight. Written and directed by Woody Allen and starring Owen Wilson and Rachel Adams.

Rated 12A for some sexual reference and smoking.

Jackie

Jackie Friday

4 May


Jackie is a drama about the life of Jacqueline “Jackie” Kennedy in the days immediately following the assassination of her husband, US President John F. Kennedy. Natalie Portman stars as Jackie.

Rated 15. Contains brief strong language.