St Michael's Film Club

2017          WISE CHOICES FILM CLUB       2018

Held in The Wheeler Room at St. Michael’s Church

2nd Friday of the month

2.00pm. – 4.00pm.

ALL WELCOME. NO NEED TO BOOK IN ADVANCE.

2017   

Friday, 8th September              “Sully”: Miracle on the Hudson River - Tom Hanks stars in this nail-biting movie as a pilot, who glided his disabled plane on to the icy waters of the Hudson River.                          Running time – 92 mins.

Friday, 13th October              Spotlight - Investigative journalists in Boston delve into allegations of abuse within the Catholic Church. Powerful true story of a secret that shook the world. Stars Michael Keaton.  Running time –123 mins.

Friday, 10th November          That Touch of Mink – Starring Cary Grant and Doris Day in a sparkling, breezy and stylish comedy.                                                                                                                           Running time – 100 mins.

Friday, 9th December            Joyeux Noel (Merry Christmas) - Inspired by a true story, which occurred in the trenches of the World War 1 battlefield, on Christmas Eve in 1914. That night, a momentous event changed the lives of four characters: an Anglican priest, a French lieutenant, an exceptional German tenor and the one he loves – his singing partner. (subtitled)                                                                                                          Running Time – 116mins.

2018   

Friday, 12th January              The Hundred Year Old Man who Climbed out of the Window and Disappeared A Swedish film in English, about a man who decides to climb out of the window at his nursing home. He embarks on a hilarious and entirely unexpected journey.                                                                                 Running time – 110 mins.

Friday, 9th February                   The Page Turner - Tells the story of a 10 year old butcher’s daughter, who is a gifted pianist. Whilst sitting the entrance exam to the conservatoire, she is distracted by the chairperson and fails. 10 years later, she becomes the chairperson’s page turner and seeks her revenge. Stars Deborah Francoise. (subtitled)

                                                                                                                                                  Running Time – 114 mins.

Friday, 9th March                   Mrs Caldicott’s Cabbage War – starring Pauline Collins, John Alderton and Peter Capaldi. On the death of her husband, Mrs. Caldicott’s life changes when her son and daughter-in-law place her in “The Twilight Years” rest home. Upset with the care in the home, she leads a revolt. A great comedy.

Running Time – 106 mins.

Friday, 13th April                   I, Daniel Blake  - Directed by Ken Loach. A thought-provoking film, which highlights the government’s bureaucracy inherent in claiming benefits. Stars Dave Johns and Hayley Squires.

Running Time – 100 mins.

Refreshments served.

For further information, please contact Isabel Wise 07966-884941