Club news: 10 December

Our Next Presentation: Paterson


-67Days -20Hours -12Minutes -19Seconds

A film about a man called Paterson, played admirably by Adam Driver, who works as a bus driver in Paterson, New Jersey, and who writes poetry. Therefore there are associations with the epic poem ‘Paterson’ by the American ‘imagist’ poet William Carlos Williams. Just as wife Laura finally persuades him to publish his poems, disaster and disappointment occur, alleviated only when a mysterious Japanese man accosts him. A movie worthy of Jarmusch at his best.  (Read more…)

Adam King Short Films

As “Starless Dreams” is only 76 minutes long, Chelmsford Film Club are taking the opportunity to show 2 films by a young local film maker, Adam King.  Both films are only 2-3 minutes long and we hope Adam will be here to introduce both films. Though short, both films are very imaginative and we hope you will enjoy!

Our last presentation ‘I Am Not Your Negro’

Once again, our sincere apologies for not being able to show the intended film “Starless Dreams” (which has yet to get a formal UK release, though it was shown at last year’s London Film Festival).  The international distributors would not grant us a license to screen it.  There were 32 response slips returned after the showing of this film the breakdown from these slips were as follows:

  • ‘Excellent’: 25 votes
  • ‘Very Good’: 3 votes
  • ‘Good’: 4 votes
  • ‘Satisfactory’: 0 vote
  • ‘Poor’: 0 vote

Feedback comments for “I Am Not Your Negro”.

If you want to add further comments on this film, you are welcome to do so by joining in on our “I Am Not Your Negro” discussion forum.

Response slips

We a trialling a redesigned version of the Response Slips which can be simply torn to indicate your opinion rather than requiring a pen or pencil to tick a box.  As much as we enjoy reading people’s comments, the rating provides an indication of how our audience rate out film selection.  Even if you have no comment to make, we urge people to return the slips on the way out.  Thank you.

Membership for the 2017/18 season

Membership for our 2017/18 season will remain at £60.  This allows you to attend all 16 films at the Cramphorn Theatre, at no extra cost.  You can also invite guests for £6 per screening.

See the Membership page for details of how to join.

Your opinion counts

As well as filling in the Response Slips following the showing of each film, you can leave comments for any of the films we have shown via the Discussion page.

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