Queenstown Film Society
Tuesdays 8.15 pm at Dorothy Browns Cinema, Arrowtownfrom 30 April 2019
Rosemary Myers, Australia, 2015, 77 mins (M offensive language) A weird and wonderful coming-of-age comedy set in 70s suburban Australia. “An effervescent yet astute splash of teen life that delights the eyes, warms the heart and tickles the funny bone” – Screendaily
Alain Resnais, France/Japan, 1959, 90 mins (R16) A French actor (Emmanuèle Riva) falls for a Japanese architect (Eiji Okada) while on shoot in Hiroshima. “A cornerstone film of the French New Wave, Resnais’ first feature is one of the most influential films of all time.” – Criterion
Jia Zhang-ke, China, 2018, 141 mins (R13 violence) This epic gangland romance is set against China’s relentless modernisation in the 21st century. Screens in cooperation with the Confucius Institute, Victoria University of Wellington. “Clever, subversive and hugely ambitious” – Slant
Sofia Coppola, USA, 1999, 97 mins (R16 sexual themes, content that may disturb) A dream vision of 70s teenage girlhood unfolds in a languorous haze as the boys who knew them attempt to puzzle together the mystery of the lives – and deaths – of the five Lisbon sisters.
Lake Bell, USA, 2013, 93 mins (R16 violence, offensive language, sex scenes) Lake Bell writes, stars and directs this sharp and hilarious satire on sexism in the film industry set amongst the curious world of Hollywood voiceover artists. “As surprisingly tender and wise as it is deftly wise-cracking” – Denver Post
All screenings at Dorothy Browns Cinema, Arrowtown, at 8.15 pm. The programme is subject to change without notice. Admission is members only; we cannot sell single tickets. There are no bookings, so get there early to be sure of a seat. French films are screened in cooperation with the Institut Français and the Embassy of France. German films are screened in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut.
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