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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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Fancy a giggle? Look no further than our side-splitting season celebrating some of the greatest comedy talent - from classic screwball (His Girl Friday) to funny food favourite foreign language (Tampopo) via the belly laugh (Blazing Saddles) and the rarely seen ('silent' Sidewalk Stories). We welcome cinema lecturer Ian Banks and Cellar Bar favourite comedian Josh Howie to add a little something extra via their introductions.

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Bracknell Film Society Presents

JANUARY 2019

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8 January 2019

First of 4 showings this month

 'SIDEWALK STORIES'
certificate 15


Director: Charles Lane, US, 1989, 100 minutes
Cast: Charles Lane, Nicole Alysia, Tom Alpern
A street artist rescues a toddler after her father is stabbed. A rare outing for a film Michel Hazanavicius cites as inspiration for The Artist. With all the elements of the great silent comedies: physical grace, perfect timing and sly social commentary, it's very, very funny.

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