The Wellington Film Society’s program will soon take a break for a couple of weeks to welcome The International Film Festival but there’s still a couple of weeks of films and then the program returns in mid-August for another few months. Following on from last week’s showing of Les Cowboys we travel back in time […]
The Wellington Film Society’s program moves back up to date this week. Last week it was the glam of Gilda – with cocktails after! But this week it’s Les Cowboys, a French-Belgian film from 2015. Reaching across 15 years and multiple countries, Les Cowboys repurposes the narrative codes of the classic western to explore the complexities of […]
The Wellington Film Society’s program rolls out another oldie and a goldie. Last week it was to more modern times with Of Horses And Men, this time we’re back in the Golden Era with Gilda – featuring of course Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford and directed by Charles Vidor.
The Wellington Film Society’s program is continues, last week it was 1960s paranoia with Seconds, this week we’re in Iceland, we’re right up to date (well, 2013) and we’ve got one of the shortest running times of the year (around 70 minutes or so) with Benedikt Erlingsson’s movie, Of Horses And Men. Part of the […]
The Wellington Film Society’s program is back after a week off – and we’re still in the sixties, following on from Alphaville we’re in the world of John Frankenheimer. His Seconds (1966) is in fact the third film in his “Paranoia Trilogy” (following 1962’s The Manchurian Candidate and 1963’s Seven Days In May). The film […]
The Wellington Film Society’s program continues – last week it was Le Quattro Volte and sticking with more modern films and return screenings of features that debuted in the big film festival we have Wild. From the Film Society’s notes: A walk on the wild side in the most literal sense, Wild is a wayward, confrontational, anarchic, […]