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The New Man (Guest Speaker event)

April 25
Doors open 8pm, film starts 8.30pm.

Dir. Josh Appignanesi

In this moving documentary the director turns the camera on his own relationship as he […]

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Another top speaker event for you Tuesday 25 April when accomplished Brit director Josh Appignanesi (The Infidel, Song of Songs, Ex Memoria), friend of WFC and Wimbledon International Short Film Festival, is  back to introduce his latest film The New Man. Josh will be here for Q&A  and ready to answer your questions on why such a personal film about reconceiving yourself in the role of father, the change of tone in the film as events unfold, the challenges of switching to documentary form after years as a fiction director, and more. Don’t miss it.

We’re screening a diverse mix of films in the Spring/Summer 2017 season – packed with special events, guest speakers and members’ choice films.

The big film awards 2017


Moonlight collects Best Film Oscar after envelope malfunction sorted – a superb coming of age drama.

La La Land wins 6 Oscars from 14 nominations  – including Emma Stone for Best Actress and Damien Chazelle for Best Director.

Casey Affleck won Best Actor for his performance in Manchester-by-the-Sea.

In his absence Ashgar Farhadi was awarded the Oscar for Best Foreign Language film The Salesman.


La La Land scooped Best Film, Director (Damien Chazelle) and Leading Actress (Emma Stone) awards at the BAFTAs.

Other major wins:

Outstanding British Film – I, Daniel Blake – Ken Loach

Leading Actor – Casey Affleck –  Manchester by the Sea

Great to see our recently screened Son of Saul win Film not in English Language.

And huge congratulations to our long-time hosts Curzon Cinemas for their brilliant award: Outstanding British Contribution to  Cinema.

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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.

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