Monthly Archives: February 2013

I Wish

New title – I Wish available April 1st

Feb 27

BFFS are delighted to continue bringing film society and community cinema programmers access to the fantastic and varied catalogue of Arrow Films (The Hunt, Cinema Paradiso and many more…) The latest addition is the heart warming Japanese film I Wish [youtube] Twelve-year-old Koichi lives with his mother and retired grandparents in Kagoshima, in the […]

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New titles: classic Sherlock Holmes

Feb 22

We are very excited to be able bring a collection of classic Basil Rathbone Sherlock Holmes to the BFFS Booking Scheme. This series produced in Hollywood between 1942 and 1946 feature the world’s favorite detective and his sidekick Dr Watson battle against villains in the form of Nazi’s, master criminals and insurance frauds. Individual screenings […]

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The Hunt – available to screen from February 25th

Feb 20

Bookings are already flooding in for The Hunt, the critically acclaimed and BAFTA nominated Danish film starring the superb Mads Mikkelsen (A Royal Affair, Casino Royale). Following a tough divorce, 40-year-old Lucas has a new girlfriend, a new job and is in the process of re-establishing his relationship with his teenage son, Marcus. But things go awry. Not […]

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A fantasy programme…

Feb 7

To celebrate the new MPLC Collection I have had a go at picking my own programme of films from the list for my fantasy community cinema – housed in a rural village hall with bakery & pub attached. The Bryony Village Cinema Autumn Season 2013 September: The French Connection | William Friedkin | US | 1971 […]

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Gael Garcia Bernal and Eugenio Garcia in England to promote NO

Feb 1

I had the absolute pleasure of spending time with Network Releasing this week in the run up to the release of Chile’s first Oscar Nominated Film NO. Gael Garcia Bernal, the star of the film and Eugenio Garcia on whom his character was partly based were also in London to promote the film – you […]

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