The childhood film screenings and discussions are back for the autumn! Our first film is tonight, Thursday 28th September.
Shortlisted for Best Film Programme and the Film Discovery Award at the Cinema For All 2017 Film Society of the Year Awards!
Tickets and details:
Thursday 28 September 2017
(1999, Lynne Ramsay, PG)
£7 per person per film. Concessions £5
Doors open 18.30, programme begins 19.00
“A must-see: a wonderful film from a brilliant director.” – The Guardian
“Powerful..lucid…moving…mesmerising” – The Times
The debut film from the director of We Need To Talk About Kevin, Ratcatcher explores a young boy’s troubled childhood on a housing estate in Glasgow during the national garbage strike of the 1970s.
Followed by a panel discussion with:
- Olu Alake, The End Child Poverty Coalition
- Sandra Hebron, Head of Screen Arts at National Film and Television School, former Artistic Director of London Film Festival
- Roslyn Law, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
Dates for your diaries:
Thursday 26 October: Whistle Down the Wind
Thursday 23 November: Spirit of the Beehive