If you are a fan of more thoughtful cinema and at a loose end tonight (Monday) why not join Fylde Film Society for their showing of After The Storm.
After the death of his father, a private detective struggles to find child support money and reconnect with his son and ex-wife. It is described by Craig Skinner in Flick Reel as ‘a subtly moving, witty and wonderfully observed human drama, this is a beautifully low-key drama from a director who seems to understand people in such an utterly profound way.
The Fylde Film Society is a group of cinema lovers from across the Fylde who share a common interest in viewing some of the best of contemporary world cinema. They aim is to screen films not shown locally in commercial cinemas in a comfortable and welcoming environment. Their programme is selected with the help of the Society’s members.
Each season of the society runs from September to April and comprises 16 films split into two half-seasons. Films are screened fortnightly on Mondays, with no adverts or trailers. Membership is available for each half-season. Guests and members of the public can purchase tickets for individual films at from the society desk on the night, price £5. Further details are available at fyldefilmsociety.co.uk.
After The Storm is showing tonight at the Island Cinema, St Annes at 8pm.
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