King Cross Library Film Club – Screenings in April

  • Entry to all showings is FREE
  • Since seating is limited, you will need to book a ticket – either by phone  (01422 288028/288084) or in person from King Cross Library

All showings start at 2pm, unless otherwise stated

NEXT AT KING CROSS LIBRARY…

Rules Don’t Apply – WEDNESDAY 19 April 2017, 2pm – The unconventional love story of an aspiring actress, her determined driver, and their boss, an eccentric billionaire named Howard Hughes.

A pet project of Warren Beatty’s since the 1970s, this surprisingly sprightly period-piece looks a treat and features a great cast (with Warren himself in semi-darkness as the increasingly mysterious Hughes). Directed by Warren Beatty, 2016, 2hr 7mins

At other Calderdale libraries …

HALIFAX CENTRAL LIBRARY – Pride – SATURDAY 22nd April 2017, 1pm – Gay activists work to help miners during their lengthy strike of the National Union of Mineworkers in the summer of 1984.  Directed by Matthew Warchus, 2014, 1hr 59mins

TODMORDEN LIBRARY – Still the Enemy Within – MONDAY 24th April 2017, 2pm – 
A unique insight into one of history’s most dramatic events: the 1984-85 British Miners’ Strike.  No experts. No politicians. Directed by Owen Gower, 2014, 1hr 52mins

TODMORDEN LIBRARY – I, Daniel Blake – TUESDAY 25th April 2017, 6pm – A middle aged carpenter who requires state welfare after suffering a heart attack is joined by a single mother in a similar boat. Directed by Ken Loach, 2016, 1hr 40mins

FREE screenings, in conjunction with Calderdale Trades Council with advance booking on HALIFAX CENTRAL LIBRARY:  01422 392630, TODMORDEN LIBRARY : 01706 815600

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