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Our Film Festival programme by dayThursday 23rd November:
11am The Eternal Daughter (2022) £5
Tilda Swinton stars in this ghostly drama from director Joanna Hogg. A middle-aged daughter and her elderly mother must confront long-buried secrets when they return to their former family home.
1pm My Name is Alfred Hitchcock (2022) £5
A fascinating exploration of the work of the famous director, directed by Mark Cousins, and using Alistair McGowan as the voice of Hitchcock. This documentary features a selection of wonderful clips — and an array of stars — from his incredible 50-year career. In partnership with King’s Lynn Festival.
5pm Monster (2023) £5
The latest from Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda (Shoplifters). When her son begins behaving strangely, a mother visits his school to find out what is happening. What unfolds is an emotionally devastating story told from different perspectives.
7.30pm The Lodger (1927) with live musical accompaniment £15 (£7.50 for under 25s)
A rare chance to see this early silent film from Alfred Hitchcock, starring Ivor Novello as a suspected London murderer. With a live musical accompaniment by Minima, a four-piece whose instrumental line-up includes dulcimer, synthesizer, mandolin and autoharp. In partnership with King’s Lynn Festival.
8pm A Selection of Short Films (Part 1) Free (but seats must be booked in advance)
Join us for series of shorts written and directed by aspiring young film-makers from the College of West Anglia.
Friday 24th November:
11am Smoke Sauna Sisterhood (2023) £5
In this award-winning documentary, women gather in the darkness of a smoke sauna to share their innermost secrets and intimate experiences, regaining their strength through a sense of communion.
2pm Anatomy of a Fall (2023) £5
When Sandra’s husband Samuel is found dead in the snow beneath their Alpine chalet, police suspect murder. What follows is not just an investigative drama, but a psychological study of a conflicted relationship.
5pm Stop Making Sense (1984) £5
Directed by Jonathan Demme (Silence of the Lambs) this incredible performance by Talking Heads recorded in 1983 is regarded by many as the greatest concert film of all time.
8pm The Taste of Things (Pot au Feu) £5
Juliette Binoche stars in this wonderful French culinary drama set in the 19th century. The highs and lows of the romance between Eugenie and Dodin are played out through their love of cooking.
Saturday 25th November:
11am Elemental (2023) (Autism-Friendly) £3
This Disney-Pixar animated film follows Ember and Wade, in a city where fire, water, earth and air-residents live together.
2pm The Greatest Showman (2017) (Singalong) £5 (£3 under 16s)
Feel free to join in the singing as Hugh Jackman heads the cast in this popular musical about the life of the circus owner and entrepreneur P.T. Barnum.
5pm The Red Shoes (1948) £5 (£3 under 16s)
Come and discover Powell and Pressburger’s vivid masterpiece, based on the Hans Christian Andersen tale, about a ballerina caught between her desire to love and her dedication to dance.
8pm Mean Streets (1973) £5
As ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ hits the UK, come and discover this early Martin Scorsese classic. A small-time gangster (Harvey Keitel) in New York’s Little Italy dreams of making it big, but is held back by his cavalier cousin Johnny Boy (Robert De Niro).
Sunday 26th November:
11am Mavka: The Forest Song (2023) Free (but seats must be booked in advance)
This beautiful animated family film draws inspiration from Ukrainian folk mythology. Mavka, a forest spirit, must choose between love and her duty as a guardian of the forest. In Ukrainian with English subtitles.
2pm Klimt and the Kiss (2023) £5
A powerful and passionate film exploring one of the most reproduced paintings in the history of art. Delve into the story of the embracing couple, as well as the story of its creator, Gustav Klimt.
4pm Film Talk – ‘Ringmaster to the Rainbow’: Natalie Kalmus, Technicolor’s Forgotten Pioneer £6
Christopher Budd tells the story of Natalie Kalmus, who co-founded Technicolor, but has been somewhat forgotten by history. Credited on over 400 films, her work changed the way we view movies forever. In partnership with King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club.
6pm Black Narcissus (1947) £5 (£3 under 16s)
This Powell-Pressburger classic tells the story of nuns seeking to establish a convent in the Himalayas. But isolation, cultural clashes and suppressed desires drive them into madness.
8pm A Selection of Short Films (Part 2) Free (but seats must be booked in advance)
Join us for a series of shorts written and directed by aspiring young film-makers from the College of West Anglia.