Tuesday, December 23, 2003

New Programme

The new programme is now available here. We start again on 11th January - at 4.45 pm if you'd like to meet over a glass of wine, at 5.30 pm for Whale Rider.

Also don't forget to vote for your favourite film from last season on the right hand side of the page.

Friday, November 14, 2003

5th birthday/End of Autumn Dinner

Celebrating the Club's foundation (the first committee meeting was on 10th December 1998) our dinner at Keswick Golf Club on 14th December (after The Leopard) is now confirmed. There's still room for a few more, if you'd like to let me know.

Saturday, November 08, 2003

Post Film Discussion

On Sunday (9th Nov) we're going to have our first post-film discussion, about Russian Ark. Chris Pilling has kindly volunteered to 'chair' it, and we envisage about 20 minutes of talk about the film in the cinema for those who want to stay on.

Wednesday, September 10, 2003

Free Screening

In recognition of the valued support from the local community, Keswick Film Club are delighted to present a free screening of the cult smash Donnie Darko (Sunday 21st September 5.30pm)

The following week sees the offical start of the season with the stunning City Of God. Get to the Alhambra from 4.15pm for a celebratory glass of wine (or juice) before the film at 5.00pm.

Sunday, August 31, 2003

New Programme

The new autumn programme is available here. More details on the films will be added over the next few weeks.

Monday, August 25, 2003

BFFS Awards

Sadly we didn't make the hatrick of Best Programme Award at the 2003 British Federation of Film Societies Awards. However KFC was 'Highly Commended' for Best Film Programming and 'Commended' for Best Website. If you have any ideas how to make this site better please email webmaster@keswickfilmclub.org and maybe we can win the award next year.

Check back soon for details of the new season of films.

Monday, April 21, 2003

End Of Season

Rabbit-Proof Fence brought this season of films to a close and our audience rated it the 2nd highest film of the season. You can see how the rest of the films ranked in the table on the right. It may be too late to influence these scores but you can still vote for your favourite film in the web poll, also to the right.

We hope you all enjoyed this season and look forward to seeing you again in the Autumn.

Wednesday, April 09, 2003

4th Annual General Meeting

The AGM took place before the screening of Late Marriage a digest of the minutes is now available on the site here.

More Film In Keswick

It might be a good idea to keep an eye on what the Alhambra is offering for their weekly fare these days. The Pianist, The Hours, Far from Heaven...all in the space of four weeks. Be warned: if you want to see them, it's unlikely that the film club would bring them back when they've already been screened in Keswick.

Tuesday, March 18, 2003

Annual General Meeting

The 4th AGM of Keswick Film Club will take place at 4:30 on the 23rd of March in The Alhambra.

New Season

Keswick Film Club opened its fifth season on Sunday, 12 January, with a screening of Sunshine State, a film by John Sayles.

The Sunday screenings of the best of World Cinema now attracts audiences averaging 100-plus and support continues to grow from all areas of the north and northwest.
from 13 January 2003

New Website


To tie in with the start of the new season on September 29th with No Mans Land we have launched this new website

www.keswickfilmclub.org


We hope you like the new look and will continue to visit and contribute to the site throughout the season. As always we believe the site is as much yours as it is ours and welcome any contributions or suggestions on how to improve it.

Our email addresses have also changed

info@keswickfilmclub.org
for general enquiries

webmaster@keswickfilmclub.org
for anything to do with this site

As with anything new there may be a few teething problems so please let us know if you have experience any trouble.
from August 2002

More Awards


Once again KFC was short-listed in both Film Society of the Year and Best Programme categories of the annual British Federation of Film Societies Awards. We were very pleased to win the Best Programme Award again! It's thought to be unprecedented to manage it two years running, and apparently the judges had us some way ahead ( together with an enterprising student society that programmes theme-linked double-headers).
from 13 March 2002