PFS Screenings and Events

Portsmouth Film Society has another host of excellent events and films  to be screened at the Omega Centre and Kings Theatre in the coming months.

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Sunday 20 March 7:30pm: A Night At The Opera 1935, USA

At The Kings Theatre
£4 (£2 with kings card) Cert U

With our partners The Kings Theatre, present The Marx Brothers’ first
film for MGM. A big hit with audiences, the film features some of
their best loved routines and gags. With an introductory talk by Dr.
Dave Allen.

Contact the Kings Theatre Box office on (023) 92828282.
www.kings-southsea.com

 

Tuesday 22 March 7:30pm: Tetro (Director: Francis Ford Coppola) 2009, US/Spain/Argentina

At The Omega Centre

Bennie travels to Buenos Aires to find his long-missing older brother,
a once-promising writer who is now a remnant of his former self.
Bennie’s discovery of his brother’s near-finished play might hold the
answer to understanding their shared past and renewing their bond in
the latest film by legendary director Francis Coppola.

 

Tuesday 5th April 7:30pm: Mother (Director: Joon-ho Bong) 2009, Korea, 128 min | Cert 15 In

At The Omega Centre

Korean with English subtitles A mother lives quietly with her twenty-
eight-year-old son, providing herbs and acupuncture to neighbors. One
day, a girl is brutally murdered, and her son is charged with the
killing. Now, it’s his mother’s call whether to prove him innocent or
to leave him imprisoned. Showing for Mother’s Day.

 

Saturday 23 April, 10am-4pm: Video-Making Workshop

At The Omega Centre

PFS is running a short one day video workshop. Learn basic camera and
editing skills in this quick hands-on, one day workshop. Places are
£5, which also gets you entry to one PFS film in the Omega Centre.
Booking is essential.

Contact info@portsmoouthfilmsociety.org.uk for a booking form.

 

Tuesday 26 April 7:00pm: Portsmouth Climate Action Network presents: In Transition and Beyond the Tipping Point

At The Omega Centre

Entry £1.
Two documentaries: Beyond the Tipping Point is thought-provoking film
on climate change. The film has grown out of a three year research
project funded by the Lincoln Theological Institute exploring how we
imagine the future.The Transition looks at how communities a
confronting the shift from fossil fuels.

Showing in association with the Portsmouth Climate Action Network
(PCAN).


Tuesday 3 May 7:30pm: Let The Right One In (Director: Tomas Alfredson) 2008, Sweden 115 min | Cert 15  In Swedish with English subtitles

At The Omega Centre

One of the most aclaimed films of the past decade is also one of the
most original, distinctive and beautifully made horror movies of all
time. Oscar is a quiet and timid boy, often picked on by the local
bullies. He strikes up a friendship with Eli, an unusual girl who
moves in next door. However, as Oscar finds out, Eli harbours more
than one strange, shocking secret.

 

Times and location for each film can be found at www.portsmouthfilmsociety.org.uk.  Discounted rates for students, 3 film special deals and yearly membership.

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