Forget about the next big blockbuster... How about experiencing the joys of art house cinema without leaving Horsham?
Venue: Horsham Cinema
Date: various Over the June long weekend
Tickets: 53821249 or just turn up
Season Ticket Avaliable - 3movies $30
(1hr 42) Sun 10th June 3pm
83 year old Edie believes that it is
never too late - packing an old
camping bag, leaving her life behind and embarking on an adventure she never got to have - climbing the imposing Mount Suilven in Scotland.
(based on an idea by)
The Divine Order
(96mins) Sat 9th June 3:40pm
The Divine Order is set in Switzerland in 1971 where, despite the worldwide social upheavals of the previous decade, women were still denied the right to vote.
When unassuming and dutiful
housewife Nora (Marie Leuenberger, winner of a Best Actress award at Tribeca) is forbidden by her husband to take a part-time job, her frustration leads to her becoming the poster child of her town’s suffragette movement.
Directed and written by:
Earth (1hr 35min)
Saturday 9th June 12:50pm
Sunday 10th June 11:20am
From BBC Earth Films, the studio that brought you Earth, comes the sequel - Earth: One Amazing Day,an astonishing journey revealing the awesome power of the natural world. Over the course of one single day, we track the sun from the highest mountains to the remotest islands to exotic jungles. Breakthroughs in filmmaking technology bring you up close with a cast of unforgettable characters. Told with humour, intimacy and a jawdropping sense of cinematic splendour, Earth: One Amazing Day
highlights how every day is filled
with more wonders than you can
possibly imagine- until now.
The Book Shop (1hr 53mins)
Friday 8th June 6:20pm
Saturday 9th June 1pm & 7pm
Sunday 10th June 1pm & 6:30pm
Monday 11th June 1:10pm
Florence Green, a free-spirited
widow, puts grief behind her and
risks everything to open up a bookshop- the first such shop in the
sleepy seaside town of Hardborough,
But this mini social revolution soon brings her fierceenemies: she invites the hostility ofthe town's less prosperous shopkeepers and also crosses Mrs. Gamart, Harborough's vengeful, embittered alpha female who is a wannabe doyenne of the local artsscene.