NCW Film Club Season 9

Yet another season of film to bring us up to Christmas. We are settled into our new routine of screening on the first Friday of the month, for three months. It seems to have become a very social occasion with lots of folk arriving early to relax with a cup of tea or glass of wine and taking the chance to meet new people or catch up with friends. Add in a good film and we think its a recipe for a good night out!

As ever we found it challenging to select three films. It can feel like a bit of a risk, especially when everyone has their own idea of what is a good film. Also we try not to get too much into a comfort zone and like to stir it up occasionally with a more challenging film. But always we hope they are films that you will feel were worth seeing.

So this seasons selection?

‘Stella Days ‘  05/10/2012

Director: Thaddeus O’Sullivan, Ireland, 2011. 87 mins

A small town cinema in rural Ireland becomes the settling for a dramatic struggle between faith and passion, Rome and Hollywood and a man and his conscience.

Stella Days

Monsieur Lahzar 02/11/2012


Director Phillippe Falardeau, Canada, 2011. 94 mins.

At a Montréal public grade school, an Algerian immigrant is hired to replace a popular teacher who committed suicide in her classroom. While helping his students deal with their grief, his own recent loss is revealed

Breathing December 7th

Director: Karl Marcovics, Austria, 2011. 94 mins

Through his work at a morgue, an incarcerated young man trying to build a new life starts to come to terms with the crime he committed.

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