14th March The White Ribbon
15 144 mins (Michael Haneke, 2009) German with subtitles
‘Disturbing’, ‘sinister’, ‘malevolent’, and ‘unnerving’, this tale of a seemingly wholesome but deeply dysfunctional village in pre-war Germany is exquisitely shot.
Palme D’Or winner
28th March The Long Good Friday
18 114 mins (John Mackenzie, 1980)
A British classic. London gangster Harold Shand (Bob Hoskins) struggles to regain control after a series of attacks on his empire. With an introduction by SBCC’s technical officer John Beecroft, who worked on the film.
Films start at 8pm.
Doors and bar open at 7.30pm and there is an interval of approximately 15 minutes.
Admission: £3 for members, £4 for non-members. 2013 membership (Jan-Dec): £5.
Please note that licensing arrangements are constantly changing and so on occasion we are unable to show the planned film for reasons beyond our control.