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FEBRUARY – Tuesday 7th | Bar from 6pm | Film 7.30pm

FILM CLUB : Brian & Charles (PG)

Film Club at Horse + Bamboo
Our first showing for 2023 has been chosen by our great participants from Film Club!
Brian is a lonely inventor in rural Wales who spends his days building quirky, unconventional contraptions that seldom work. Undeterred by his lack of success, he soon attempts his biggest project yet.
Using a washing machine and various spare parts, he invents Charles, an artificial intelligence robot that learns English from a dictionary and has an obsession with cabbages.
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Watch the trailer here

Director : Jim Archer
Year : 2022
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Time
Bar open from 6.30pm | Film 7.30pm

Price
General Admission : £5
*PWYC Available

Rating 
PG

Run Time
1hr 30 min

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FEBRUARY – Wed 15th | Film 3pm | Subtitled Film 6pm

Join us early for Family Crafternoon 11am – 3pm + Craft for 1 hour before the subtitled film

FAMILY FILM : Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs (U)

A local scientist from tiny town of Chewandswallow is often regarded as a failure…..Flint Lockwood thinks he’s a genius. But none of the things he invented are things that make sense or are useful. However, he has the support of his mother but when she dies, he’s left alone with his father who thinks he should give it up.
When the community that he lives in is in an economic crisis because their primary source of income, a sardine cannery, was shut down, Flint decides to try his latest invention, a machine that can turn water into food. But something goes wrong and the machine ends up in the atmosphere. Later it starts raining food.
An imaginative story of amazing food weather that inspired the hit movie, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is a favourite of grown-ups and children everywhere.

Watch the trailer here

Director : Chris Miller, Cody Cameron, Phil Lord, Kris Pearn
Year : 2009
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Time
Film : 3pm Subtitled Film : 6pm

Price
General Admission : £3
*PWYC Available

Rating 
U

Run Time
1hr 30 min

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MARCH – Tuesday 7th | Bar from 6pm | Film 7.30pm

FILM CLUB : I Get Knocked Down (15)

Film Club at Horse + Bamboo
I Get Knocked Down is the untold story of Chumbawamba and Dunstan’s personal voyage of rediscovery, redemption and reawakening as well as a call to arms to those who think activism is best undertaken by someone else.
Dunstan Bruce is 59 and he’s struggling with the fact that the world seems to be going to hell in a handcart.
He’s wondering where did it all go wrong? For him. For humanity.
Twenty years after his fall from grace, the former frontman of the anarchist band Chumbawamba is angry and frustrated. But how does a middle-aged, retired radical, who now feels invisible get back up again?
In this punk version of Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ Dunstan is visited by the antagonistic ghost of his anarchist past. It is his alter ego, ‘Babyhead’ who forces him to question his own life, sending him on a search for his long-lost anarchist mojo.
This is not only the previously untold remarkable story of Chumbawamba but also Dunstan’s personal redemptive voyage of reawakening as well as a call to arms to those who think activism is best undertaken by someone else.
An extraordinary, inspiring film for our times.
 Join us after the film for a live Q&A with Dunstan Bruce.
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Watch the trailer here

Director : Dunstan Bruce & Sophie Robinson
Year : 2021
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Time
Bar open from 6.30pm | Film 7.30pm

Price
General Admission : £5
*PWYC Available

Rating 
15

Run Time
1hr 28 min

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APRIL – Tues 4th | Bar from 6pm | Film 7.30pm

FILM CLUB : A Bunch of Amateurs (12A)

Film Club at Horse + Bamboo
This gem of a documentary profiles the Bradford Movie Makers, the oldest amateurs film club around.
Formed in 1932, back when the golden era of Hollywood inspired an equivalent in every Northern town, Bradford is the last determined survivor.
This warm, funny and tenderly moving film is the perfect antidote for an uncertain, digital age.
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Watch the trailer here

Director : Kim Hopkins
Year : 2022
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Time
Bar open from 6.30pm | Film 7.30pm

Price
General Admission : £5
*PWYC Available

Rating 
PG

Run Time
1hr 35 min

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MAY – Wed 31st | Film : 3pm | Subtitled Film : 6pm

Family craft activities start 1 hour before each screening

FAMILY FILM : The Iron Giant (U)

The Iron Giant is a 1999 American animated science fiction film produced by Warner Bros.
Feature Animation and directed by Brad Bird in his directorial debut. It is based on the 1968 novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes.
A boy befriends an innocent alien, who resembles a gigantic robot. A paranoid governmental agent, however, desires to obliterate the alien.
In the small town of Rockwell, Maine in October 1957, a giant metal machine befriends a nine-year-old boy and ultimately finds its humanity by unselfishly saving people from their own fears and prejudices.
This film launched the career of Brad Bird, the director of this film, would later make even more great animated films like Ratatouille, The Incredibles, and Incredibles 2.
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Watch the trailer here

Director : Brad Bird
Year : 1999
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Time
Film : 3pm Subtitled Film : 6pm

Price
General Admission : £3
*PWYC Available

Rating 
U

Run Time
1hr 26 min

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MAY– Tuesday 2th | Bar from 6pm | Film 7.30pm

FILM CLUB : Title TBC

Every first Tuesday of the month is Film Club day at Horse + Bamboo!

Be sure to look out for our May to July film announcements on our social media and right here, later in the year.

We are always looking for volunteers that are interested in keeping our Film Club Nights running.  Are you interested in helping us programme titles, spread the word and run the monthly evening events?  Get in contact with us on info@horsenadbamboo.org

 

 


MAY – Wed 31st | Film : 3pm | Subtitled Film : 6pm

Join us early for Family Crafternoon 11am – 3pm + Craft for 1 hour before the subtitled film

FAMILY FILM : The Karate Kid (PG)

Work causes a single mother to move to China with her young son; in his new home, the boy embraces kung fu, taught to him by a master.
Dre, a young boy, finds himself bullied by Cheng, a rebellious kung fu prodigy at his school. However, things change after he befriends Mr Han, a maintenance man, who happens to be a kung fu expert.
“The Karate Kid” undergoes a cultural shift of its own: the 1984 film featured a heavily white cast and was fully in English; in 2010, the film stemmed out from this original plotline to offer bilingual dialogue and more cultural representation behind kung fu.
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Watch the trailer here

Director : Harald Zwart
Year : 2010
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Time
Film : 3pm Subtitled Film : 6pm

Price
General Admission : £3
*PWYC Available

Rating 
PG

Run Time
2hr 20 min

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JUNE – Tues 6th | Bar from 6pm | Film 7.30pm

FILM CLUB : Title TBC

Every first Tuesday of the month is Film Club day at Horse + Bamboo!

Be sure to look out for our May to July film announcements on our social media and right here, later in the year.

We are always looking for volunteers that are interested in keeping our Film Club Nights running.  Are you interested in helping us programme titles, spread the word and run the monthly evening events?  Get in contact with us on info@horseandbamboo.org

 

 


JULY – Tues 4th | Bar from 6pm | Film 7.30pm

FILM CLUB : Title TBC

Every first Tuesday of the month is Film Club day at Horse + Bamboo!

Be sure to look out for our May to July film announcements on our social media and right here, later in the year.

We are always looking for volunteers that are interested in keeping our Film Club Nights running.  Are you interested in helping us programme titles, spread the word and run the monthly evening events?  Get in contact with us on info@horseandbamboo.org