The summer season will begin on Friday 24th July and will run until Saturday 29th August. Films will be shown on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings always at 7pm for a 7.15pm start. The film list will not go live on the website until Wednesday 22nd July to give current members a chance to book first. Booking will commence on Monday 20th July but a postal application can be sent at anytime and will be dealt with on the afternoon of the 20th in the order we receive applications. If you would like to obtain a summer season film list please send a cheque for three pounds to cover a summer season membership, made payable to "Southwold Film Society" to 1 Barnaby Green, Southwold, Suffolk. IP18 6AP. Also enclose a SAE for us to return your membership card and film list. Thank you
NIcholas Hytner's last NT production with this new play by Tom Stoppard. All tickets for this performance are £10 and are available to non members.
From the Harper Lee novel, Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch, a lawyer defending a black man in the deep South during the Depression. With Robert Duvall. Top rate drama.
Christopher Nolan's epic and spectacular sic-fi movie in which a group of space explorers seek a new planet to save mankind. With Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Michael Caine. Won the Oscar for Achievement in Visual Effects.
Brenda Blethyn, Alfred Molina, Christopher Walken and Lee Evans in a funny Welsh story featuring undertakers. Not for the recently bereaved!
From Sylvain Chomet (Belleville Rendezvous), a strange but delightful film featuring a talented pianist unable to speak following a childhood trauma. Features some great music and an interesting jib door. French with subtitles.
Ralph Fiennes in the Bernard Shaw classic. All tickets £10. Doors open at 6.45pm
(Or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)- Michael Keaton as a washed up actor who once played a superhero but is now trying to restore his life via a Broadway show. Winner of several Oscars including Best Picture
Ace documentary film-maker Frederick Wiseman's excellent film about this incredible institution that we all take for granted.
True story featuring the early life of Stephen Hawking struggling with the mysteries of the universe and the problems of his own impending disability. With Oscar winning Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones.
A young peruvian bear, fond of all things British, arrives at Paddington station where he is fortunate to meet the Browns. With Hugh Bonneville, Julie Walters and Michael Gambon.
Busby Berkeley directs Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney as two talented young artists trying to make their way in show business. Includes "Good Morning', "You are my lucky star" and 'Broadway rhythm". B/W
A group of adventurers plot to recover a wartime Nazi U boat rumoured to be loaded with gold. Tense thriller with Jude Law and David Threlfall.
Great British fare with Ralph Richardson, Jack Hawkins and Margaret Leighton in this brilliantly acted, gripping R.C.Sherriff story also directed by Richardson. B/W
Based on the autobiography of Vera Brittain, a coming of age story set during WW1. The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway is featured!
Funny British film in which four middle-aged schoolfriends re-unite to tackle the very scenic coast to coast walk from St Bees in Cumbria to Robin Hood Bay in North Yorkshire
RKO Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers musical featuring Gershwin gems such as “They all Laughed” and “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off”. Sublime dancing as usual. B/W
Beautiful Polish film feauring a young novitiate nun in the 1960s on the verge of taking her vows when she discovers a dark family secret dating back to the days of Nazi occupation. Oscar winner - Best Foreign Language film. Polish with subtitles.
Richard Linklater’s portrayal of the childhood of a boy, Mason, filmed over 8 years with the same cast. With Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette (Best Supporting Actress.)
- In 1974, an uplifting musical story of two northern boys inspired by American soul music. With Steve Coogan, Ricky Tomlinson
Fifty years on, a chronicle of Martin Luther King’s historic 1965 march to Selma, Alabama in the cause of equal rights. With David Oyelowo and Tim Roth.