The Save the David Lean Cinema Campaign will be screening seven films at the David Lean in October – a record number since the arthouse cinema was re-opened in March.
The film, on October 16, will be Finding Vivian Maier, an intriguing documentary about a reclusive nanny who was later discovered to have been a talented and prolific street photographer.
Another highlight for the coming month is Boyhood on October 9 – the groundbreaking film which was shot over 12 years, during which the central character ages from six to 18.
The month concludes on October 30 with two screenings of Belle for Black History Month. This British film tells the story of a naval officer’s mixed-race daughter, raised in the Georgian splendour of Kenwood House.
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