Season One Films (2005/06) Download Season One Programme

Most of our screenings use a standard DVD and the classifications shown here are for that medium. Where a DVD ("Video") certification is not available, the film's original theatrical rating is used. Click the IMDb and BBFC logos for more information about each film. The BBFC links are for the original theatrical releases because these usually have more detailed information about content. Timings are for the DVD version, which for technical reasons are always slightly shorter than the theatrical version.

3 May 2005
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
US (2004) 103 mins; Dir: Michael Gondry; Stars: Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet, Elijah Wood
Philosophical comedy/paranoid thriller.
7 June 2005
In the Heat of the Night
US (1967) 108 mins; Dir: Norman Jewison; Stars: Rod Steiger, Sidney Poitier
Bigoted white sheriff has to accept help from black detective. Exciting thriller.
5 July 2005
The Motorcycle Diaries (Diarios de Motocicleta)
Argentina (2004) 121 mins; Dir: Walter Salles; Stars: Garcia Bernal, Rodrigo de la Serna
Passionate adaptation of a young Che Guevara’s journal of road-trip across South America.
4 October 2005
US (2004) 122 mins; Dir: Alexander Payne; Stars: Paul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church, Sandra Oh
Two men in mid-life crisis discover temptation and hope in California.
1 November 2005
Touching the Void
UK (2003) 102 mins; Dir: Kevin Macdonald; Stars: Joe Simpson, Nicholas Aaron
Inspiring and gripping true story about mountaineers in the Andes.
6 December 2005
The Closet (Le Placard)
France (2001) 81 mins; Dir: Francis Veber; Stars: Daniel Auteuil, Gerard Depardieu
Hilarious insight into attitudes towards homosexuality.
7 February 2006
Talk to Her (Hable con Ella)
Spain (2002) 108 mins; Dir: Pedro Almodovar; Stars: Javier Camara, Dario Grandinetti
Touching yet challenging drama about a man who finds his loved-one in a coma.
7 March 2006
Hotel Rwanda
US (2004) 117 mins; Dir: Terry George; Stars: Don Cheadle
True story of a hotel manager who sheltered thousands of refugees during the Rwandan war.