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It was a very successful first double screening weekend for PECC - thanks to all of you who came to the 2 sessions. The feedback I have received suggests most enjoyed the timely and thought provoking film ‘Good Night, and Good Luck’.
Remember in March we return to our first weekend of the month.
“The Constant Gardener”
Mar 3 20H45 and Mar 5 17H
The acclaimed film “The Constant Gardener” - director Fernando Meirelles, ("City of God" 2002) with Ralph Fiennes, Rachel Weisz, Danny Huston, Pete Postlewaite, Bill Nighy - the acclaimed film of John Le Carre’s novel about multinational drug company corruption in Africa.
The acclaimed ‘Brokeback Mountain’
Directed by Ang Lee with Heath Ledger, Jake Gyllanhaal, Michelle Williams.
Friday March 17 20H45
’Brokeback Mountain’ is an epic love story set against the sweeping vistas of Wyoming and Texas, ‘Brokeback Mountain’ tells the story of two young men - a ranch-hand and a rodeo cowboy - who meet in the summer of 1963, and unexpectedly forge a lifelong connection, one whose complications, joys and tragedies provide a testament to the endurance and power of love. (...)
Fittingly our first film to be screened twice will be the acclaimed 2nd directorial effort by George Clooney ‘Good Night, and Good Luck’ will screen for PECC on Friday 10 Feb @20H45 and Sunday 12 Feb @17H.
Unfortunately due to distributor insistence the Cinema is using our regular time slot of the first Friday in February for another movie.
Please remember in March we will go back to our regular *1st weekend* of the month slots.
‘Good Night, and Good Luck’ concerns how American broadcaster (...)
I would love to meet anyone who has already done what I am about to do on my own, renovate a medieval petit maison. I will be in Pezenas from next Wed.4/01 is there anyone who would like to meet up for a coffee and chat. I coulc do with all the advice I can get !!
My name is Jeanne and I live in Sevenoaks in Kent at the moment. I have wanted a house in |France for the last 20 years but my husband was not very keen.
Consequently, I have ditched the husband and bought a tiny place to get (...)
’Match Point’ stars Scarlett Johansson, Jonathon Rhys-Meyers and Emily Mortimer and is the first film Allen has directed in London.
In his recent interview with Allen in ‘Vanity Fair’ Hollywood insider / historian Peter Biskind reflected on Allen’s 35 movies and thought ‘Match Point’ was worthy of inclusion in the 10 best ever Woody Allen movies (he included ‘Manhattan’, ‘Annie Hall’, ‘Broadway Danny Rose’, and ‘Husbands and Wives’).
Critic Roger Ebert calls ‘Match Point’, one of the five best films (...)
VIP - Don’t miss out on PECC!
PECC membership is free and people become members by registering at PECCemail@example.com when you do this it is very important that you also add the PECC email address to your address book to ensure you recieve the invitation emails.
Some members have not been receiving PECC emails and computer expert friends have advised me to ensure delivery to your inbox (not bulk or junk folders) you need to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book.
So don’t miss out on (...)
Friday 2 December @20H45
GRAND PRIX DU FESTIVAL DE CANNES 2005 Dir: Jim Jarmusch, Stars : Bill Murray, Jeffrey Wright, Sharon Stone, Jessica Lange COMEDY
Synopsis: Confirmed bachelor, Don Johnston has been just left, he receives an anonymous letter from a former girlfriend saying he is the father of a 19 year old. He and his best friend Winston, an amateur detective, search to clear up the mystery finding four of his old girlfriends. Through these surprise visits, he is confronted with (...)
The latest in a series of films for Bill Murray that have demonstrated he’s at the top of his game in recent years, "Broken Flowers" is a composed journey into regret.
Guided with typical lovable detachment by Jim Jarmusch, "Flowers" is a tale of hilarity and drama that doesn’t break a sweat, but remains an absorbing, satisfying emotional expedition.
One day, while watching his latest girlfriend (Julie Delpy) leave him, perpetual bachelor Don Johnston (Bill Murray) finds an anonymous pink (...)