Autumn 2009 Programme


Sunday 13th 5:00 PM

The motorway opens and change hits a French family's life

Sunday 20th 5:00 PM
Synecdoche, New York

Is there light at the end of the tunnel? Is there a tunnel...?

Sunday 27th 5:00 PM

The strangeness, humour and melancholy of ageing


Sunday 4th 5:00 PM
Sleep Furiously

A beautiful documentary about life in rural Wales

Sunday 11th 5:00 PM
Everlasting Moments

Fascinating, rich, turn-of-the-century Swedish drama

Sunday 18th 5:00 PM
Cherry Blossoms

Beautifully symbolising the impermanence of existence

Sunday 25th 5:00 PM
Fugitive Pieces

Tender, haunting adaptation of the best-selling novel


Sunday 1st 5:00 PM

An exploration of the brutal tragedy in Poland's Katyn Forest, 1940

Sunday 8th 5:00 PM
The Grocer's Son

Bittersweet prodigal's return to the lush landscapes of Provence

Saturday 14th 5:00 PM
Image from Ken Russell Weekend
Ken Russell Weekend

Featuring 3 of his finest films, and Ken himself, on his return to Borrowdale, in conversation with Derek Malcolm

Saturday 14th 5:00 PM
Delius: Song Of Summer

Introduced by Ken Russell

Saturday 14th 8:00 PM
The Devils

Sunday 15th 3:30 PM
Image from In Conversation
In Conversation

Ken Russell in conversation with Derek Malcolm

Sunday 15th 5:00 PM

Sunday 22nd 5:00 PM
35 Shots Of Rum

"One of the most emotionally-eloquent films you'll see this year"

Sunday 29th 5:00 PM
Broken Embraces

Almodovar's latest, starring a sparkling Penelope Cruz


Sunday 6th 5:00 PM
Wonderful Town

Devastating drama from the post-tsunami Thai coast

Sunday 13th 5:00 PM
Fish Tank

Superb performances in Andrea Arnold's fine second feature

Sunday 20th 5:00 PM
Joyeux Noel

95th anniversary of the extraordinary events on WWI front line