Cinema for All South West Spring Viewing Day 2016
Lost In Film is very proud to host the first of the two Cinema for All South West Spring Viewing Days on Sunday 17th April 2016 in Lostwithiel, South East Cornwall. The second leg of the Viewing Day will be in Shipham the following Sunday, 24th April.
The event is open to all Cinema for All Members and Associates and C Fylm organisers in the South West region.
Headlining the Lost In FIlm line-up are two of the top winners from these year’s Oscars®. Brie Larson won ‘Best Actress’ for her portrayal of the mother imprisoned with her son in Lenny Abrahamson’s gripping drama, Room, whilst Spotlight won ‘Best Picture’ for director Tom McCarthy (The Station Agent, The Visitor) with its impressive ensemble cast making this story of investigative journalism in Boston truly believable and involving. Another take on the recent past in the States is provided by the over-looked 99 Homes set against the background of the 2008 housing crisis in Florida, starring Andrew Garfield, a long way from his Spiderman role.
Previews usually include one documentary and this year He Named Me Malala has been chosen, Davis Guggenheim’s telling of Malala Yousafrzai’s inspiring story which deserves a wider audience. The final two titles are contrasting comedies from Iceland and India. Rams has some hints of Nordic noir but its story of two sheep-farming brothers has been best described as a ‘moving comedy’. Festival favourite, The Crow’s Egg (Kaaka Muttai), gives the lie to the myth that award-winning sub-titled films are generally dull and worthy with its feel-good energy and its two boy stars.
The day is not just about films but also provides a chance to meet other community cinema organisers in the SW from both Cinema for All and from C Fylm. Many thanks to Carn to Cove for their help in presenting films.
Details of the day
Lunch and refreshments, coffee, tea and cakes will be provided. The lunch options are vegetarian lasagne, vegan curry, fish & chips or meat lasagne.
Thanks to support from the South West & West Midlands Film Hub, the ticket price for the day is £14 for Cinema for All Members and Associates and C Fylm organisers. The price includes the films, all meals and refreshments as well as the Brochure and Programme Notes. SW&WM Film Hub travel bursaries are available.
How to get here
The six titles will be screened in the Church Rooms and the Community Centre which are just a few minutes walk from each other.
Church Rooms, Church Lane, Lostwithiel, PL22 0BZ.
Lostwithiel Community Centre, Pleyber Christ Way, Liddicoat Road, Lostwithiel, PL22 0HE.
Travel by car - Lostwithiel is on the A390 between Liskeard and St Austell. There is free parking in the main car park next to the Community Centre. Driving directions here
Travel by public transport - Lostwithiel is on the main line from Paddington to Penzance, the train station is just across the river from the centre of town.There is a National Express stop just across from the Community Centre. More information here
He named me Malala
The Crow's Egg