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Festival Films at Civic Hall, Holmfirth

Sun, 26/05/2019 - 7:00pm
Adults
£5.00
94mins

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THE HEIRESSES

 

Another great award-winner from this year. Financial problems hit a wealthy female couple and the ensuring problems create a personal revolution for Ana Brun in a truly mesmerising performance. A quiet film of restlessness, beautifully observed beneath which is an ocean of emotion.

 

(Dir. Marcelo Martinessi, Paraguay, 2018, 94mins 12A)


Fri, 07/06/2019 - 7:00pm
Adults
£5.00
110mins

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An impassioned film about much more than journalism. At its centre is a fine performance from Rosamund Pike as the celebrated, complex, forceful but flawed war correspondent Marie Colvin whose humanity shines through amidst the utter destruction of the many conflicts she covered.

 

(Dir. Matthew Heineman (US 2018 110mins 12)

Fri, 07/06/2019 - 7:30pm
Children
£4.00
Adults
£5.00
120mins

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Eating Animals:  Produced by Natalie Portman and based on Jonathan Safran Foer's book, this powerful and moving documentary traces the history of food production in the US and the global environmental disaster that is corporate factory farming. Trumpets support for traditional farming values.

 

Dir. Christopher Dillon Quin (US 2018 95mins 12) 

 

73 Cows:  Beautifully shot BAFTA short film winner. UK farmer Jay Wilde gave his beef herd to an animal sanctuary when he decided to change to sustainable, organic, vegan farming.

 

Dir. Alex Lockwood (UK 2018 15mins 12)

 

Followed by discussion on farming, veganism and the future.


Sat, 08/06/2019 - 2:00pm
240mins

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Huddersfield born director and screenwriter Dan Cadan leads a panel of independent film-makers to discuss their own experiences on how to get into the industry.

With Ryan Simons (Director) and Jamie Cymal (Producer) of Quickfoot Media talking about their supernatural horror, Demon Eye (2019), filmed in Huddersfield and recently taken up for American release, and Chris Birks, director of One Bright Dot, Yorkshire’s leading post production facility for independent films.

Your chance to hear from and ask questions of the experts.

THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE REGISTER YOUR PLACE VIA THE BUY TICKETS ONLINE LINK

Will be followed, after a short break, at 4.00pm by a free screening of Dan Cadan's most recent film, Walk like a Panther - see separate website entry for full details.


Sat, 08/06/2019 - 4:00pm
104mins

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Local wrestlers suit up for the last time when their beloved pub is threatened with closure in true Brit comedy. Filmed in Marsden, Meltham and Huddersfield with a great 80s soundtrack.

(Dir.  Dan Cadan, UK 2018, 104mins 12)

This screening is part of the afternoon's Northern Independent Film-makers free event sponsored by Holmfirth Film Festival.

No ticket required.


Sat, 08/06/2019 - 4:00pm
Adults
£5.00
100mins

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Rare screening for what is often cited as the greatest war film ever made and the model for many films in that genre. Shot in Cambodia as the US involvement in the Vietnam War was beginning, the writer/director draws on his own experiences as a French soldier in the Indo-China war in 1954 and as a war photographer.

 

Dir. Pierre Schoenderffer (France 1965, 100mins 12)


Sun, 09/06/2019 - 7:00pm
Children
£4.00
Adults
£5.00
136mins

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Holmfirth's own comedic actor introduces his favourite film - a film that Stanley Kubrick called the 'best historical drama ever made'.

 

The last weeks of one of the leaders of the French Revolution, George Danton, brilliantly played by Gerard Depardieu, and his battle with Robespierre in what is an overwhelming indictment of government oppression. The great Polish director created an Oscar winning film that still today, holds a mirror to the past and to the present.

 

Dir. Andrzej Wadja (France 1983 136mins 12)

 


Sun, 26/03/2023 - 7:00pm
£5.00
101mins

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Dir: Charlotte Wells (UK 2022, 101 mins 12) 

At a fading vacation resort, 11-year-old Sophie treasures rare time with her loving and idealistic father, Calum. Twenty years later, Sophie’s tender recollections of their last holiday become a powerful and heartrending portrait of their relationship. This multi-award contender is one of the most lauded British film debuts of recent years.


Fri, 09/06/2023 - 6:30pm
Adults
£5.00
118mins

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HEPWORTH FILM NIGHT + SOUL DISCO

Dir. Ahmir Thompson (US 2022, 118mins 12A)

Or, when the revolution could not be televised… Multi-award-winning documentary on the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival celebrating Afro-American music (Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone and many others…)

Film screens at 6.30pm - followed by dancing to the summer sounds of 60s Soul Music.

This event is pay on door.


Fri, 27/10/2023 - 7:30pm
£5.00
120mins

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Dir. Tarik Saleh (Sweden/France 2022, 120mins 12A)

A student and lowly fisherman’s son becomes entrapped as an innocent pawn in the power games between religious and political elites in Egypt’s corrupt system. An engrossing thriller.


Fri, 24/11/2023 - 8:00pm
£6.00
151mins

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Dir. Steven Spielberg (US 2022, 151 mins, 12A)

Spielberg's glowing semi-autobiographical story of growing up in post-WW2 America with aspirations to become a film-maker whilst discovering a shattering family secret.

Screening at FARNLEY TYAS COMMUNITY CINEMA, St Lucius Church

Admission £6  Pay on door for this screening 

Film starts 8pm  


Sun, 26/11/2023 - 7:00pm
£5.00
106mins

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Dir. Jafar Panahi (Iran 2022, 106mins 12A)

Before he was imprisoned by the Iranian authorities, the acclaimed director Jafar Panahi managed to shoot in secret this outstanding film within a film about two parallel romances and a film-maker who relocates to a rural village only to face acute ethical dilemmas which build to a devastating finale. One of the best films of the year.


Sun, 28/04/2024 - 7:00pm
Adults
£5.00
106mins

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Dir. Jonathan Glazer (UK/Poland/US 2023, 106mins 12A)

 

BAFTA winner.  An original and disturbing take on the Holocaust loosely based on Martin Amis’s novel. The commandant of Auschwitz and family strive for a dream life in a house and garden next door to the camp.


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