Another new venture for Films4Tenby with the support of Tenby Community Learning Centre, Greenhill Avenue. The films will be screened in an upstairs classroom.
Entrance £5 or £4 for members of Films4Tenby.
6.45pm for a 7pm screening.
Tea and coffee available for 50p per mug.
There will be English subtitles. All welcome.
Dec 3rd ‘Intouchables’ ‘Untouchable’
The true story of a wealthy, physically disabled risk taker, the picture of established French nobility, who lost his wife in an accident and whose world is turned upside down when he hires a young, good-humored, black Muslim ex-con as his caretaker. Their bond proves the power and omniscience that love and friendship can hold over all social and economic differences.
Mar 25th ‘El Hijo de la Novia’ ‘Son of the Bride’
At age 42, Rafael Belvedere is having a crisis. He’s overwhelmed by his responsibilities and just isn’t having any fun. He has spent most of his life frantically trying to run the restaurant his father Nino founded. He has achieved success, but continues to live in the old man’s shadow. He rarely visits his aging mother Nora. His ex-wife is bitter towards him because he doesn’t spend enough time with their daughter. And finally, Rafael is too self-involved to make a commitment to his girlfriend Nati. Just when Rafael feels most alone, a series of unexpected events lead him to reevaluate his life. A minor heart attack forces him to slow down and a reunion with Juan Carlos, a childhood friend, helps Rafael to reconstruct his past and look at the present in new ways. Most importantly, when his father makes the decision to fulfill his mother’s dream of getting married in a church, it gives Rafael a task to focus on; bringing the family together to create a new memory they can share.
Jun 24th ‘Sophie Scholl – Die letzten Tage’
‘Sophie Scholl – the Final Days’
Sophie Scholl – The Final Days (German: Sophie Scholl – Die letzten Tage) is a 2005 German historical drama film directed by Marc Rothemund and written by Fred Breinersdorfer. It is about the last days in the life of Sophie Scholl, a 21-year-old member of the anti-Nazi non-violent student resistance group the White Rose, part of the German Resistance movement. She was found guilty of high treason by the People’s Court and executed the same day, 22 February 1943.
The film was presented at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2005 and won Silver Bear awards for Best Director and Best Actress (Julia Jentsch). It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.