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Film Society Outing 2017 - The Musical Museum at Kew
On Sunday 30th July, very kindly organised by Mary Warner, Film Society members were treated to a very interesting and entertaining visit to the Musical Museum.
We had a fascinating tour, including demonstrations with a peep into the intricate workings and history, of some of the amazing 'mechanical' musical instruments in the Museum. From a tiny music box, self-playing pianos, violins and wind up gramophones to the mighty Wurlitzer organ.
The icing on the cake was, rising up from beneath the stage (of course!) , the Wurlitzer organ recital and then its accompaniment to two very funny silent films, Laurel and Hardy in 'Do Detectives Think' and Buster Keaton's 'Sherlock Junior'.
Just a fantastic afternoon - we all left with a smile on our face.
BFS Member Jean Songhurst (third fom the left above)

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5 June 2018

 'THE FLORIDA PROJECT'
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Director: Sean Baker, US, 2017, 109 minutes
Cast:
Willem Dafoe, Brooklynn Prince, Bria Vinaite

Over one summer, precocious six-year-old Moonee courts mischief and adventure with her ragtag playmates and bonds with her rebellious mother, all while living in the shadows of Disney World. A raucous yet poignant portrait of a community on the margins.

Impressionistic yet clear-eyed drama SIGHT&SOUND

Plus short film

Obbin Up the Brea
Director: Brett Harvey, UK 2015, 140 seconds Ukrainian with subtitles
Journey to the top of Carn Brea with Max, the 9-year-old environmental conceptual artist.



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