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Members (£5) and non-members (£12) can buy tickets on the night – all welcome
World cinema, best of Brit and indie. Festival favourites and films you didn’t know were out there.
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.
Non-members welcome (£12) or join Wimbledon Film Club and get a range of benefits and discounted tickets.
Wimbledon Film Club is a registered charity run for the whole community by a committee of unpaid volunteers
More excellent feedback to allow us to add Youth to the your film favourites for the WFC Spring/Summer season. So far you’ve told us you liked Mandariinid the most, followed by Assassin, then Second Mother and now Youth. About 80% of the audience gave the multi award-winning Dheepan four or five stars, but comments suggested it was a bit of a Marmite film. Last film of the 2015/16 WFC year is Victoria, a gripping heist thriller shot in one continuous take – book your tickets to be sure of a place and don’t forget to give us your feedback. See you there.
Bradford Council and National Film Museum up in arms about BFI’s ambitions to build an International Centre for Film, TV and the Moving Image on the Southbank, to open in 2022. With the majority of funding in place the tender process has started. Among a range of functions the Centre will be a new home for the BFI London Film Festival.
Emily Blunt’s The Girl on the Train to be released this autumn in time for Oscar nominations.
Be afraid – Robin Wright, Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling to star in remake of Blade Runner directed by Denis Villeneuve. Actually, he did a brilliant job with WFC screened Incendies so let’s see…