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Quarterly Classics: What makes a film a 'classic' - stars? director? awards? decades of affection? Bracknell Film Society aims to answer this question at least partially in a new regular three monthly slot. The 'FILM LISTINGS' web page will keep you appraised of what is coming next.

A complete BFS showing list from 1960 is available through
the 'HISTORY' ICON at the top of this page.

Links to our previous shows in 2015, 2016 and 2017
are also given at the foot of this page.


2018
SCHEDULED FILMS
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Bracknell Film Society presents….
Ay Caramba!
A season of four films showcasing some of the best of Latin America cinema, recent and past.
Second of two showings this month
SEPTEMBER
Thursday 20th - 7.30pm
certificate 15
Director: Carlos Sorin, Argentina, 2002, 90 minutes, Spanish with subtitles
Cast:Javier Lombardo, Antonio Benedicti, Javiera Bravo

Three people travel the same road; their disparate dreams and stories intertwine amidst the breath-taking Patagonia desert. With satirical touches so affectionate it never looks down on the characters, this film expresses an essential humanity never forced or sentimental.

A modest gem of a movie
NEW YORK TIMES

First of two showings this month
OCTOBER
Tuesday 16th - 7.30pm
certificate 15
Director: Alfonso Arau, Mexico, 1992, 109 minutes, Spanish with subtitles
Cast: Lumi Cavazos, Marco Leonardi, Regina Torné

When tradition prevents her from marrying the man she loves, a young woman discovers a unique talent for cooking. Based on the best-selling novel by Laura Esquival, this internationally popular romantic fable is one of the best ever food films.

A feast for the soul
WASHINGTON POST

Quarterly Classic / Black History Month
Second of two showings this month
OCTOBER
Thursday 25th - 7.30pm
certificate 12A
Director: Marcel Camus, Brazil, 1959, 103 minutes, Portuguese with subtitles
Cast: Breno Mello, Marpessa Dawn, Lourdes De Oliviera

A retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth set during the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. Swirling, spectacular cinematography, ecstatic, delirious samba and the joy of a fabled city, make for a sensational and rewarding feast for the ears and eyes.

An inspired reinvention of the underworld
GUARDIAN


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