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February 11
Doors open 8pm, film starts 8.30pm.

Dir. Alejandro Landes

High on a mountain in South America, eight teenage guerrillas guard a woman hostage and, […]

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Spring / Summer 2020 Films

All films and speakers subject to availability. Film notes provided at each screening.

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Welcome to WFC’s Spring/Summer season 2020

Thanks all for coming to WFC’s first film of 2020 the excellent Pond Life. Hugely popular event judging by audience numbers and film feedback.  Thanks also to the director Bill Buckhurst our outstanding guest speaker for the night. 

It’s The Pawnbroker next, (Tuesday 28 January), a serious but thoroughly relevant film to mark Holocaust Month in these troubled times. The film is Sidney Lumet’s classic with the compelling Rod Steiger as a Holocaust survivor in New York. Film historian Peter Evans is guest speaker and we also welcome back the Mayor of Merton Janice Howard. 

Join now for the Spring-Summer season

A season of fun, entertaining and thought-provoking UK and international films – plenty of guest speakers and members’ choices. We started on 21 January 2020 with the critically acclaimed 2017 Brit film Pond Life starring new talent Esme Creed-Miles. Season highlights coming up  include the Colombian tour de force Monos, Erlingsson’s follow-up to Of Horses and Men, the charming Icelandic environmental ‘mini-blockbuster’ Woman at War, and the stunning French LGBT thriller Portrait of a Lady on Fire.