Updated on 1st January 2019
WELCOME TO CINEMA NAIRN
At Nairn Community & Arts Centre
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Starring Om Puri and Dame Helen Mirren, and the beautiful French countryside -
With Katherine Hepburn and Henry and Jane Fonda.
A classic from the 1980s which still holds its own in the 21st Century. You can never tire of seeing Katherine Hepburn and Jane Fonda on the big screen along with the wonderful Henry Fonda as a curmudgeonly father of his estranged daughter Chelsea
In the midst of a marital crisis, High Court judge Fiona (Emma Thomson) has to decide the fate of a seriously ill boy, who, just short of his 18th birthday, and with the support of his parents, is refusing a life saving blood transfusion because of his religious beliefs. Fiona’s unorthodox visits to his bedside have a profound effect on both of them, with unexpected consequences. Ian McEwan’s novel is brilliantly brought to life by Emma Thompson and Fionn Whitehead (who plays the seriously ill boy, Adam).
In a number of European languages, with English subtitles
A beautifully photographed period drama film directed by Paweł Pawlikowski. Set during the Cold War in the 1950s, the film tells the story of a musical director (Tomasz Kot) who discovers a young singer (Joanna Kulig), and follows their lives over the years. The story of a passionate love affair between two people of different backgrounds and temperaments, who are fatefully mismatched and yet condemned to each other. An impossible love story in impossible times. The beautiful photography helps makes this film one of the films of the year!
When a wealthy old man appears to have been "frightened to death" by a cat, Miss Marple suspects one of his four relatives, all heirs to his estate, of his murder. Will she solve the mystery? Of course she will, and you can sit back at the end of the film with a cuppa and a cake to chat about just how she did it!
Margaret Rutherford is back by popular demand -
Australian film maker Jennifer Peedom went to Nepal to make a film about the Sherpas spiritual and cultural relationship with Mount Everest, and their dependence on the climbing industry. The film shows the incredible risks the Sherpas take to make the ascent of Everest possible for foreign climbers. The terrible 2014 avalanche disaster struck whilst she was making her documentary, and she was there to document the terrible grief and consequences that followed. An insightful, sensitive, thought provoking and poignant film, with some spectacular photography and scenery.
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