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Chorlton Film Institute: 2007 dates

Following my post about Chorlton Film Institute, organiser Andy got in touch with the planned showings for early 2007:

Thursday 18th Jan 2007 – Sideways

Thursday 15th Feb 2007 – The Wind that Shakes the Barley

Thursday 15th March 2007 – Transamerica

All quality films. Remember: all screenings start at 8.30pm are held at St Clements Church, on the corner of St Clements Road and High Lane. The cost depends on how many people turn up.

Check the institute’s wiki to stay up-to-date.

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Thanks for the mention – it seems to have go us into the South Manchester Reporter and has prompted a few more email queries. As a an added bonus, we are trying to show some ‘shorts’ from manchester video/art students in adavance of the film. If we get any firm details I’ll let you know. Chhers

Not a problem – hopefully I can make it down at some point. Please do keep me updated.

I have another plug for our latest season of films. We are just about surviving financially as we are totally self-funded, but a few more attendees would be welcome. We are showing ‘Babel’ this Thursday and the rest of the season is
PAN’S LABYRINTH Thursday 16th August
LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE Thursday 20th September
THE HISTORY BOYS Thursday 18th October

I was really sorry to miss the King of Scotland, I didn’t see the publicity in the Reporter until after the showing. Please could I be kept in touch about future film showings, before the event.

Here again with the latest season….enjoy

Thursday 17th April 2008 – Hallam Foe

Thursday 15th May 2008 – Factory Girl

SAT 17th May 2008 11am – Saturday Morning Children’s Cinema (in association with the Chorlton Arts Festival)

Five Children and IT

SAT 24th May 2008 11am – Saturday Morning Children’s Cinema (in association with the Chorlton Arts Festival)

Magic Sword:Quest for Camelot

Thursday 19th June 2008 – This is England

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