Wokingham Film Society
See schedule below
Whitty Theatre, Luckley House School, Luckley Road, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 3EU
Formed in 2013 to bring independent cinema back to Wokingham, Wokingham Film Society usually screens on the 2nd Thursday each month, at:
The Whitty Theatre, Luckley House School, Luckley Road, Wokingham RG40 3EU. (How to get there)
WOKINGHAM FILM SOCIETY SPRING 2024 FILM PROGRAMME:
|The Eight Mountains (12)
|An epic journey of friendship and self-discovery set in the breathtaking Italian Alps, The Eight Mountains follows over four decades, the profound, complex relationship between Pietro and Bruno. (Italian with English subtitles)
|A fun evening is guaranteed! Teams of up to 4 only £5.
In The Whitty foyer. Bring your own nibbles - our usual great value refreshments available.
|Rye Lane (15)
|Two young people share their disappointments in love over the course of a day in this warm-spirited British romantic comedy drama.
|Cairo Conspiracy (12)
|The threat of state-sanctioned violence hangs over a male student after he is recruited as an informant in a deadly power struggle between the political and religious establishment in this dark Egyptian conspiracy drama. Egyptian with English subtitles.
|The Old Oak (15)
|The future for the last remaining pub, The Old Oak, in a village in the NE, where people are leaving the land as the mines are closed. Houses are cheap and available, thus making it an ideal location for Syrian refugees. Directed by Ken Loach, written by Paul Laverty.
|Past Lives (12)
|Already nominated for multiple awards this beautiful film tells the story of two deeply connected childhood friends who lose contact after Nora’s family emigrates. Twenty years later, they are reunited for one fateful week.
|Women Talking (15)
|A group of women struggle to decide whether they should leave an abusive religious commune. Stars Rooni Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley and Ben Wishaw.
|Lunana; a Yak in the Classroom (PG)
|A teacher, in search of inspiration, travels to the most remote school in the world, where he ends up realizing how important his job is and appreciating the value of yak dung.
|The Rider (15)
|After a horrific riding accident leaves him with a brain injury and unable to compete in the rodeo circuit, a young cowboy is forced to look for a new purpose. Directed by Chloé Zhao (Nomadland).
Presented with Headway Thames Valley, the film will be followed by a Q&A with the charity and some of its clients.
More information: wokinghamfilmsociety.com.