FILMS TO WATCH!

In view of the mysterious absence of World Cinema: if you love films, you might be suffering withdrawal symptoms! So here are two superb films I’ve seen this week, which I’d thoroughly recommend to you. They are: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and “All The Money In The World” THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI From…

YOUR BEST FILMS OF 2017

Thanks to everyone who took the time to send in their best film of the past year nominations.  Here they are: reviews taken from The Guardian. Most will now not be in cinemas, look for them on DVD. FRANZT François Ozon is nothing if not a restless film-maker. Despite his ridiculously prolific rate (he’s the…

15TH DECEMBER: SILENT NIGHT (US) 2002

TRAILER: REVIEW: Silent Night was made for cable television channel Hallmark and released in 2002.  It was directed by Rodney Gibbons and stars Linda Hamilton.  It is based on a true story that is set in the Battle of the Bulge at Christmas time in 1944. The movie begins with an elderly German named Fritz…

December 15th: Christmas “get-together”.

The World Cinema Group is having an informal Christmas get-together after the film on Friday 15th December.  Members have already offered to bring food and will be providing a mixture of sweet and savoury foods for the buffet. Coffee and tea will be served, but if something more ‘festive’ is wanted, then please bring it…

Do you know about “Occasional Cinema” ?

Occasional Cinema is a film society run by volunteers. Films are shown at the Mill Bistro, Seiont, Caernarfon on the second Wednesday of the month and at the Blue Sky Cafe, Bangor on the fourth Thursday and unless stated otherwise start sometime after 7.30pm. They do not generally show films during the summer. Membership is…

BRITISH WINTERS (15)

Anyone interested in film-making and community projects / the work of TAPE might want to go to a screening of British Winters on September 15th – 6.30pm at the TAPE. “TAPE’s first feature, British Winters, is a community filmmaking success story. Don’t take our word for it, at a recent screening at the BFI, we…