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February 23
Doors open 8pm, film starts 8.30pm.

Dir. Sean Baker

Indie ground-breaking comedy-drama: two transgender working girls in LA look for a guy that did …

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Wimbledon Film Club screens in central Wimbledon at hmvcurzon, 23 The Broadway, Wimbledon SW19 1RE on alternate Tuesdays.  Doors open at 8pm, films start at 8.30pm.

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Wimbledon Film Club is a registered charity run for the whole community by a committee of unpaid volunteers


Marshland – a huge success with the audience.  On the night 91% rated it excellent or very good. Comments: ‘Truly excellent movie’, ‘Spanish noir’ and ‘Interesting film … which came first this or True Detective?’. (Actually, True Detective was released January 2014  in the States and Marshland September 2014 in Spain.)

Don’t miss your chance to feed back on our LGBT month film Tangerine Tuesday 23 February.

Bafta & Oscar 2016 nominations to watch (WFC films or Brit interest):

Best Foreign Language: Theeb (Oscar & Bafta noms.) WFC screening 26/1/2016. The Assassin (Bafta nom.) WFC screening 17/5/2016. Timbuktu (Bafta nom.) screened by WFC 2015. Wild Tales (Bafta nom.) screened by WFC 2015

Best Actor: Eddie Redmayne, The Danish Girl (Oscar nom.)

Best Supporting Actor: Tom Hardy, The Revenant (Oscar nom.)

Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies (Oscar nom.)

Best Actress: Charlotte Rampling, 45 Years (Oscar nom.)

Baftas awards announced 14 February, Oscars winners announced 28 February

Oscar 2016 boycott? All-white nominations kicking up a storm