Julia Vickers’ Suggested Programme

Thanks to Julia Vickers of Bracknell Film Society for contributing this suggested programme of Booking Scheme titles, if you’d like to suggest a programme please get in touch

An autumn season programme for an established Film Society showing twice a month plus occasional special screenings. Located in a suburban area with a multiplex cinema in easy reach and independent exhibition a bit further away. Unapologetically taken from the ever-expanding BFFS Booking Scheme Catalogue!

September

A season ‘launch’ after the summer break, a popular world cinema title that your audience may have missed:

The start of your educational themed season; this autumn features 3 films by director Roberto Rossellini. The season is introduced by a talk from your friendly local university lecturer.

Rome Open City

Rome, Open City

October

Rossellini season second and final films:

Germany Year Zero

Germany Year Zero

Il Generale della Rovere

Il Generale della Rovere

Plus Halloween Special:

  • Young Frankenstein | Mel Brooks | US | 1974
  • + The Shed (award-winning Osprey short from Keswick Film Festival)

November

Your annual silent with live piano accompaniment:

The Gold Rush

The Gold Rush

A recent title unlikely to have been seen by your audience:

  • Margaret | Kenneth Lonergan | US | 2011 (critically admired, disgracefully neglected)
  • Our Ordered Lives (award-winning Osprey short from Keswick Film Festival)

Plus Kid’s Club/Family Film:

The Prince and The Pauper

The Prince and The Pauper

December

Your documentary slot, this year tying in with World Aids Day:

A recent title unlikely to have been seen by your audience:

Christmas Social Special:

Road to Rio

Road to Rio

Julia Vickers

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