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The venue for all events is at the Tony Burgess Room, St Ives Corn Exchange, PE27 5AG. For more details, Lyrica cheap price.

Introduction to Film

Monday 2 December 2013, 7- 9 pm
Course fee: £10
Camera angle, lighting, mise-en-scene (costume, props), music, editing – how do these vital elements combine together to produce a complex and dynamic whole? Through selected film clips, gain an understanding of the techniques film-makers use and increase your enjoyment of film tenfold!

Hitchock’s Women: The Blonde, The Brunette, and Mother Makes Three

Monday 9 December 2013, 7 – 9 pm
Course fee: £10
Hitchcock is renowned for his representation of women on screen, including the “mother” in Psycho, while his fascination for icy blondes and their screen fates is a rich topic for discussion. So join us for a course exploring Hitchcock’s blonde from The Pleasure Garden (1927), to Marnie (1964), his on and off-screen obsession with actress Tippi Hedren, the influence of Alma Reville, his talented wife, and the appearance of his daughter Patricia Hitchcock in his films.

Millions Like Us: Cinema and Propaganda in World War II

Saturday 18 January 2014, 10.30 am – 4.30 pm
Course fee: £15
Explore the “home-front” genre which represents on film the men, women and children left behind in a beleaguered Britain during the Second World War, through clips from feature films such as Millions Like Us, Went the Day Well, Brief Encounter, A Canterbury Tale and Green for Danger as well as some important documentary footage. The political and propagandist role of the Ministry of Information order Pregabalin online uk will be discussed as well as contemporary responses to this period. (Lunch not provided but plenty of local food outlets are available)

Close Reading of Classic Films

10 week evening course
Mondays, 7 – 9 pm 10 weeks, 27 Jan – 7 April (excluding 10 Mar)
Course fee: £30
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A fully qualified teacher, Sue taught English, Cultural Studies, Film and Creative Writing in the Centre for English Language and British Studies at the University of East Anglia for over twenty years. Currently an Open University Associate Lecturer in Creative Writing,she also teaches Cambridge Film Consortium film courses at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse and Cinema Plus film courses at Norwich’s Cinema City (cinemaplus@cinemacity).

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Based at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse, The Cambridgeshire Film Consortium delivers a culturally diverse film education programme of evening and weekend film courses, archive film shows, introduced screenings and study days for schools and colleges, Young Critics at the Cambridge Film Festival and film production courses for young people. It currently delivers a regional BFI Film Academy for 16-19 year olds.
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Counties: Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Suffolk, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Essex
Lead offices: Broadway & Cambridge Film Trust
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We are pleased to announce next season’s programme of films here at Screen St Ives:

October 2013

Strictly Ballroom

Directed by Baz Luhrmann, Australia, 1992
Put on your dancing shoes and join us in a celebration of individuality, love and music. Scott, a champion ballroom dancer, upsets the dance community by flouting conventional routines. After his regular partner stalks off in disgust, he unexpectedly hooks up with a dowdy girl who might just be the key to championship gold. Baz Luhrmann brings his characteristic verve and charm to this delightful Australian tale.

November 2013

The Spirit Of ’45

Directed by Ken Loach, GB, 2013
What was it about the post war years that brought seismic social reform? What inspired the movers and shakers, what did ordinary people think and is that spirit still alive today? Ken Loach is undeniably forthright in this film using archive footage, interviews with workers, bosses, patients and medics, to remind us of the passions that fuelled a kind of revolution. By turns funny and poignant, inspiring and infuriating, whatever your politics it’s a must-see film from one of the masters of British film.

December 2013

The Shop Around The Corner

Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, USA, 1940
A film starring James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan might well be the perfect Christmas movie! You’ll be swept away with the romance, comedy and drama of Alfred and Klara, who work together in a gift shop, arguing and baiting each other. But they slowly come to realise that here is the partner of their dreams. Will they get together? It’s a witty, elegant and sophisticated film to kickstart your Christmas celebrations.

January 2014

I Wish

Directed by Hirozaku buy Lyrica online usa Kore-eda, Japan, 2011
Two young brothers are at the heart of this beguiling story; Koichi and Ryunosuke’s parents have separated and the boys’ dearest wish is to reunite the family. They hear of a ‘magic moment’ created by the energy generated at the spot where two new bullet trains pass each other for the first time: any heartfelt wish made at that magic moment will be granted. The boys begin a journey to make their wish at the most auspicious time. But will the magic work?

February 2014


Directed by Michael Winterbottom, 2008, UK, 94mins
Joe, played by Colin Firth, mourning the recent loss of his wife, takes his two young daughters to live in Italy to rebuild their lives. Over their first Italian summer before school starts, the eldest girl discovers love for herself, and the youngest tries to work through her grief in her own way. Genova is a sensitively told story of a family trying to adapt to their new situation and to reconnect with each other. And did we mention it stars Colin Firth?

March 2014

Caesar Must Die

Directed by Paolo Taviani and Vittorio Taviani, Italy, 2012
Who would think that a Shakespeare play staged in a high security prison in Rome and played by the inmates would be a revelatory experience about freedom, imagination and the power of stories? The Taviani Brothers achieve just that with this powerful film. The inmates are filmed as they audition, rehearse and finally perform Julius Caesar to their friends and families; is it a documentary or drama? Whatever you think, you’ll be gripped by the passion of the event.

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We are pleased to announce the films that will make up the April-September 2013 season of screenings. As usual, all films will be screened on the first Friday of the month, and ticket prices are unchanged at £5 per person.

The chosen films are:

5 April
Moonrise Kingdom
(2012, directed by Wes Anderson, 97mins, cert 12A)
Wes Anderson’s highly distinctive style is perfect for this funny and touching story of family dynamics, growing up and friendship. Set on an imaginary island off New England in 1965, Suzy and Sam fall in love and runaway together. With a brilliant score, which is almost a character itself, the colours, sights and sounds of Moonrise Kingdom make for a memorable movie experience.

3 May
Être et Avoir
(2002, Directed by Nicolas Philibert, 104mins, cert U)
Follow a year in the life of a primary school that serves a tiny French village. The school has one class of mixed age (4-11) children, led by the dedicated and much loved M Georges. Winner of several documentary awards, the unexpected success of Être et Avoir took everyone by surprise – not least M Georges and his students.

7 June
Our Hospitality
(1923, Directed by Buster Keaton, 73 mins, cert U)
Buster Keaton was a master of subtle comedy who wrote and directed his major films while fearlessly tackling his own stunts. Our Hospitality is set in the American Deep South where Willie (Keaton) unwittingly stumbles into a long-standing family feud and finds that his beloved’s father and brothers are far from hospitable when they realise who he is. Featuring jaw dropping stunts, this is a rom-com with a difference.

5 July
(2012, Directed by Ben Affleck, 120mins, cert 15)
Remember the 1979 siege of the US Embassy in Tehran? The Shah had just been deposed and the CIA launched a covert mission to rescue six Embassy staff. Argo is a political thriller that also takes a wry look at Hollywood in the late 70s. BAFTA nominated for Best Film and Best Director for Ben Affleck, Argo continues to fuel debate over its portrayal of recent Middle East history.

2 August
Les Diaboliques
(1954, Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot, 114mins, cert 15)
Clouzet’s gripping thriller is said to have inspired Hitchcock, come and decide for yourself! Christina (played by Simone Signoret, for many the queen of French cinema) plots revenge on her obnoxious lover – with a little help from his wife. When the body mysteriously disappears, the women are plunged into a terrifying world of tension, guilt and fear.

6 September
The Deep Blue Sea
(2011, Directed by Terence Davies, 98mins, cert 12A)
Simon Russell Beale, Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston star in a beautifully observed love triangle, adapted from a Terence Rattigan play, so expect a subtle, quiet drama that packs a massive emotional punch. In post-war London Hester Collyer (Weisz) is a free spirit trapped in a dull marriage. She falls for troubled RAF pilot Freddie (Hiddleston) and soon finds herself between the Devil and ‘The Deep Blue Sea’.

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We are delighted to announce the films that have been chosen for our October 2012 – March 2013 season. Please note that starting from October, all films will now be screened on the first Friday of the month, instead of the second. Ticket prices are unchanged at £5 per person.

We hope you agree they are an exciting and diverse range of movies. The films chosen are:

5th Oct 2012
Monsoon Wedding
(2001, directed by Mira Nair, 114mins)
The complexities of love make Monsoon Wedding a touching and funny story as well as being one of the most colourful films you’ll see this winter: Bollywood-style with a strong storyline and a brilliant soundtrack. As family members gather in Delhi from all around the world to celebrate the arranged marriage of Pimmi and Hemant, tensions mount – will the wedding go off without a hitch?

2nd Nov 2012
Coriolanus (2011, directed by Ralph Fiennes, 123mins)
Re-imagined to what might be the 1990s Balkan conflict, Coriolanus is a war film that focuses not on military might, but instead on the devastating impact of divided loyalties both at home and in politics. Starring Ralph Fiennes in the title role, the film is also his directorial debut and features one of the scariest screen mothers ever, Volumnia played by Vanessa Redgrave.

7th Dec 2012
Hugo (2011, directed by Martin Scorsese, 126mins)
Martin Scorsese’s homage to film is set in Paris in the 1930s and touches on the story of the enigmatic Georges Méliès, one of the greatest pioneers of early buy Lyrica online canada cinema. Hugo follows the adventures of two children who discover the brilliant inventor and gradually discover the secret of his lonely life in one of those magical films that entertains everybody, no matter what their age.

4th Jan 2013
The Angels’ Share (UK, 2012, directed by Ken Loach, 101mins)
Raise a New Year dram to Ken Loach’s tragi-comic drama set among one of the most difficult communities in Glasgow. Robbie (played by impressive newcomer Paul Brannigan) seems on the verge of wrecking his life when an unlikely opportunity comes his way. His resourcefulness, wit and bravado might just let him build a new life for his family.

1st Feb 2013
A Separation (Iran, 2011, directed by Asghar Farhadi, 123mins)
A modern Iranian couple on the verge of separation face a daunting set of challenges that test their resilience to the utmost. How will they support their young daughter’s schooling while looking after an elderly parent with Alzheimer’s? The first Iranian film to win the Best Foreign Language Oscar, plus many other prestigious prizes, A Separation is a tense, powerful, must-see movie.

1st Mar 2013
Double Indemnity
(1944, directed by Billy Wilder, 107mins)
Film noir comes to St Ives! Sultry Barbara Stanwyk lures naive insurance agent Fred MacMurray into a very dodgy deal that hinges on the death of her much older husband. Edward G Robinson plays the claims adjustor who thinks he’s on to a suspicious case. With a screenplay co-written by Raymond Chandler the tension keeps building as the plot unfolds.

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buy Lyrica online europeFirst the bad news: last month we found out we would not be able to get permission to screen Blade Runner on June 8th as originally planned. No reason was given, but with the film’s 30th anniversary rapidly approaching it would seem Warner Bros have plans up their sleeve to mark the occasion. Regrettably therefore, we have had to make a last minute change to our season buy Lyrica tablets uk programme.

The good news is that this gives us an opportunity to show something hot of the press: this year’s awards magnet, The Artist! Winner of five Oscars and seven BAFTAs, this delightful homage to the silent film era is a real treat for fans of cinema both young and old. We hope you’ll be able to join us then.

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buy Pregabalin uk next day deliveryThis March, Screen St Ives will be one year old. Hasn’t time flown? To celebrate this first anniversary, our next screening will be the appropriately named True Grit, the Coen Brothers’ remake of the classic John Wayne western. This new version, nominated for ten Oscars and starring Jeff Bridges and Matt Damon, tells the story of a young girl as she tries to avenge her father’s murder, with the questionable help of whiskey-swilling US Marshal Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges).

It’s a fitting title that caps a year of determined hard work to bring cinema back into St Ives. Every second where to buy Lyrica cream Friday of the month brings a flurry of activity as the Cromwell Room in the Corn Exchange is transformed into a small but select 55-seat cinema. The current programme features films for all tastes, representing the flourishing UK film industry, European and Asian films, and the best Hollywood can offer.

As well as the usual refreshments, we’ll also be holding a prize raffle to raise funds for new screening equipment in the Charter Hall. So come along and help us celebrate! You can pick up tickets from the Corn Exchange or you can where to buy Pregabalin online.

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Just before Christmas we ran a special extra screening of The King’s Speech to some of our local senior citizens. As with the best film shows there was laughter and a few tears, as memories of the King came flooding back for some of our more ‘stately’ guests!

One lady remembered hearing George VI speak on the wireless; she told us that everyone knew he had a stammer and listening to him was very buy Lyrical dance costumes online tense as they willed him to get through the ordeal. Another viewer remembered a family connection with the coronation throne – her mother mended the fabric on the seat!

We’re planning other community events like this one, so look out in town or keep an eye on our website and buy Lyrica usa for details later in the year. If you have an idea for a special community screening, then cheap Lyrica australia.

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That’s the question we always ask at the end of all our screenings. We love to know whether you liked it, disliked it, adored it, hated it… whatever. Your feedback is always welcome and will feed in to next season’s choice of movies.

To give us a better of idea of how each film has been received, we are asking you to vote after every screening. After the film, on your way out you will see a table with five boxes on it (if you can’t see it, ask one of our volunteers to point it out). Each box has a number of stars on it, from 1 to 5. As usual, the scale cheap beer lyrics rises from 1 being terrible to 5 being excellent.

Pop your ticket (or a similar token on the table) in to the box of your choice to let us know how you rated the film. We’ll count up the votes, calculate an average score for the film and put the result on to our buy Lyrica medication page. That way you will be able see what other people thought of it and we’ll know which films have been most popular.

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Tickets purchased online are also subject to a booking fee of 37p. This is to cover the cost of the booking system. As from now, email reservations can no longer be made.

You can buy Pregabalin online eu via the Screenings page. Let us know if you have any feedback about the new booking service.