We meet once a month to watch films from around the world.
Every third Wednesday at the Wild Boar, Lakin Road, Warwick, CV34 5BU at 2.00pm.
Fee £2.50 covers the hire of the hall, the purchase of equipment, the cost of purchasing the film when necessary and refreshments.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Wed Sep 18th||Insyriated (Belgium); Director Phillipe Van Leeuw; 86 mins|
Trapped inside her house in a city under siege, Oum Yazan, mother of three, turned her flat into a safe harbour for her family and neighbours, trying to protect them from the war outside. When bombs threaten to destroy the building, when snipers turn the courtyards into deadly zones and burglars break in to claim their dreadful bounties, maintaining the thin balance of routine inside the walls becomes a matter of life and death.
|Wed Oct 16th||The Nile Hilton Incident (Scandinavian/Arabic); Director Tarik Saleh; 107 mins|
In Cairo, weeks before the 2011 revolution, Police Detective Noredin is working in the infamous Kasr el-Nil Police Station when he is handed the case of a murdered singer. Upon realising the involvement of Egypt’s power elite in the case, Noredin slowly changes sides to those who are defenseless against it. A political thriller based on a true story.
|Wed Nov 20th||The Breadwinner (Afghanistan); Director Nora Twomey; 93 mins|
The story of Parvana, an 11-year-old girl growing up under the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2001. When her father is wrongfully arrested, Parvana disguises herself as a boy in order to support her family. With dauntless perseverance, Parvana draws strength from the stories her father told her, and ultimately risks her life to discover if he is still alive. Equally in parts thrilling and spellbinding, 'The Breadwinner' is a timely and inspiring tale about the transcendent power of stories, and their potential to unite and heal us all.
|Wed Dec 18th||Ida (Poland 2013); Director Pawel Pawlikowski; 80 mins|
Anna is a young novitiate nun in 1960s Poland who, on the verge of taking her vows, discovers a dark family secret dating back to the years of the Nazi occupation. Award-winning Polish born director Pawel Pawlikowski returns to his homeland for this moving and intimate drama.