At the last Bungay Film Club Annual General Meeting, the film club committee agreed to canvas your opinion about the titles we would be considering for the next programme. Here are our suggested films for the New Year.
We’ll be making our selection at the end of next week. Please be in touch with your feedback soon.
After the Storm – Hirokazu Kore-eda – Japan
Cold War – Pawel Pawlikowski – Poland
Lady Bird – Greta Gerwig – USA
The Olive Tree – Iciar Bollain – Spain
Montparnasse Bienvenue (Jeune Femme) – Leonor Serraille – France
Beast – Michael Pearce- UK
Ghost Stories – Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson – UK
Under the Tree – Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurossen – Iceland
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society – Mike Newell – UK
Isle of Dogs – Wes Anderson – USA
Leave No Trace – Debra Granik – USA
Summer 1993 – Carla Simon – Spain
The Guardians – Xavier Beauvois – France
C’est la Vie – Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache – France/Belgium
The Bookshop – Isabel Coixet – UK
BlackkKlansman – Spike Lee – USA
Lean on Pete –Andrew Haigh – USA/UK
The film club will be back at the end of the month with the winner of this year’s Oscar for the best film in a foreign language:
A FANTASTIC WOMAN (15)
at 7.30pm on Monday 24 September 2018
A Chilean drama about a young transgender woman struggling to deal with her own grief and the prejudice she suffers after the death of her lover. Directed by Sebastian Lelio, whose previous film, GLORIA, was a hit for the film club in January 2014. The greatest strength of A FANTASTIC WOMAN is transgender actor Daniela Vega in the leading role, who delivers a performance of spellbinding intensity. The Evening Standard described the film as ‘as good as Almodovar at his best’, while superlatives were the order of the day in other papers. Chile/Germany/Spain/US 2017. 100 minutes. In Spanish with English subtitles.
Visit www.bungayfilmclub.com for trailers and further information.
Tickets, available from the Fisher Box Office or online, £5 and £2.50 (members only, apologies, no other concessions).