Spring 1999Sunday 7th February 5:30 PM The Governess A beautiful study of art, sensuality and identity set in early Victorian England
Sunday 14th February 5:00 PM Ever After - A Cinderella Story Drew Barrymore in a feisty version of the traditional tale.
Sunday 21st February 5:00 PM Leola Set in a Montreal tenement, a boy escapes his family's madness by exploring his dreams.
Sunday 28th February 5:00 PM The Adventures of Robin Hood A new print of the 60 year old classic
Sunday 7th March 5:00 PM Time of the Gypsies Highly acclaimed award-winning saga set amongst a Yugoslavian gypsy community.
Sunday 14th March 5:00 PM My Name Is Joe Best British film of 98...
Sunday 21st March 5:00 PM Le Bossu A brilliant swashbuckler offering big screen entertainment and sparkling swordplay.
Sunday 28th March 5:00 PM The Truman Show The most thought-provoking Hollywood film of 1948 - heading for the Oscars...
Sunday 4th April 5:00 PM Dancing at Lughnasa A masterclass in how to transform an intense and intimate play into a delightful and moving film
Sunday 11th April 5:00 PM Elizabeth 7 Oscar nominations - a worldwide triumph!
Saturday 1st May 10:00 PM Year Of The Horse Jim Jarmusch's riveting live documentary of Neil Young and Crazy Horse in concert.
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Best Website 2008
Best Website 2007
Film Society of The Year 2006
Best Programme 2005
Best Programme 2004
Best Programme 2002
Best Programme 2001
Best New Film Society 2000
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