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>At The PCC : Three Month Special Event Planner
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>Breakfast At Tiffanys - with vintage trailers & a free drink!
>Brian De Palma - Selectrospective
>Bruce Springsteen - Music Video Sing-Along
>Cine En Espanol
>Class of 94
>Classic Film Season
>FILMAGEDDON - A FILM QUIZ
>Friday Night at the Movies
>Frozen : Sing-Along
>Groundhog Day on Groundhog Day
>Labyrinth Masquerade Ball
>LATE NIGHTS at the PCC
>Leviathan
>Mean Girls - Bitch Along
>Membership Discount Offers
>MR. TURNER
>My Bloody Valentine (1981) - Anti-Valentines Party
>Northern Soul
>Q&A - Audio Archive
>Quentin Tarantino Retrospective
>Richard Linklater Selectrospective
>Sci-Fridays
>SCREAM Marathon
>Scroobius Pips Film Club
>Sing-A-Long-A Dirty Dancing
>Sing-A-Long-A Events
>Sing-A-Long-A Moulin Rouge
>Sing-A-Long-A Sound Of Music
>Spice World - Sing-Along
>Studio Ghibli Sundays
>Swear Along with South Park
>The Before Trilogy
>The Breakfast Club - 30th Anniversary Party
>The Good Bad Movie Club
>The Grand Budapest Hotel
>The Lego Movie - AWESOME ALONG!
>The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
>The Magic of Jim Henson
>The Room - with TOMMY WISEAU live on stage
>TRUE ROMANCE on 35mm
>What We Do in the Shadows
>While We Sweat Water & Blood - a season of films directed by women
>X-Men Movie-Marathon
>Yasujirô Ozu - Seasonal Selectrospective

 
 
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Season: Classic Film Season
29 Jan 8:45pmThe Apartment
03 Feb 8:45pmYojimbo
14 Feb 3:00pmBreakfast At Tiffanys
14 Feb 5:45pmBreakfast At Tiffanys
17 Feb 8:45pmBlow Up
03 Mar 8:45pmCasablanca
10 Mar 8:45pmCitizen Kane
17 Mar 8:45pmGreat Expectations
24 Mar 8:45pmBicycle Thieves
31 Mar 8:45pmJour de Fete
 
CURRENT HIGHLIGHTS
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Why not come and see Wes Anderson's fantastic film The Grand Budapest Hotel One of our many current highlights.

 
Classic Film Season
The Finest Films From Cinematic History


CLASSIC FILM SEASON - 1960s

THE APARTMENT (1960): C.C. Baxter is a go-getting office worker who loans his tiny New York apartment to his philandering superiors for their romantic trysts. He runs into trouble when he finds himself sharing a girlfriend with his callous boss.

YOJIMBO: Sanjuro, a wandering samurai enters a rural town in nineteenth century Japan. After learning from the innkeeper that the town is divided between two gangsters, he plays one side off against the other. His efforts are complicated by the arrival of the wily Unosuke, the son of one of the gangsters, who owns a revolver.

BLOW UP (1963): A mod London photographer seems to find something very suspicious in the shots he has taken of a mysterious beauty in a desolate park.


CITIZEN KANE : This is the labyrinthine study of the life of a newspaper tycoon.


CASABLANCA : One of the most beloved American films, this captivating wartime adventure of romance and intrigue from director Michael Curtiz defies standard categorization. Simply put, it is the story of Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), a world-weary ex-freedom fighter who runs a nightclub in Casablanca during the early part of WWII. Despite pressure from the local authorities, notably the crafty Capt. Renault (Claude Rains), Rick"s cafĂ (C) has become a haven for refugees looking to purchase illicit letters of transit which will allow them to escape to America. One day, to Rick"s great surprise, he is approached by the famed rebel Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid) and his wife, Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman), Rick"s true love who deserted him when the Nazis invaded Paris. She still wants Victor to escape to America, but now that she"s renewed her love for Rick, she wants to stay behind in Casablanca. "You must do the thinking for both of us," she says to Rick. He does, and his plan brings the story to its satisfyingly logical, if not entirely happy, conclusion.


BICYCLE THIEVES : This movie had tremendous influence on the development of Italian neorealist cinema and is considered one of the best films ever made. The simple but riveting story centers on the desperate search of an impoverished Roman bill poster for the man who stole his much-needed bicycle.


JOUR DE FETE: In Jacques Tati"s charming -- and essentially plotless -- pre-Hulot first feature, Tati is Francois, a contented and happy postman in a small, unhurried French village. Francois is at ease with his job and leisurely performs his duties, peddling away on his rounds upon his beloved bicycle. Things perk up when a traveling carnival arrives in town. One of the attractions at the carnival is a film depicting the United States Postal Service"s fast and efficient postal delivery system. The narrator in the film exhorts, "Rapidite, rapidite." Francois takes up the call, and attempts to Americanize his work style. Intriguingly, Tati originally shot this film in two simultaneous processes - a black-and-white one and an experimental color one called "Thomson-Color" - but was forced to release the black-and-white when he ran into problems printing the color film; he subsequently tinted select sequences, then in the late 1990s his daughter (a film editor) prepared and released a color version of the entire movie.

 
 
 

 

 

 

 
 
COMING SOON
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Frozen : Sing-Along
Alien and Aliens - Double Feature
Pulp Fiction
Spice World
Avengers Warm-up Marathon

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Leviathan
What We Do in the Shadows
Enemy
Beyond Clueless
CURRENT EVENTS
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007 Retrospective
2001: A Space Odyssey
2014 + 1 - A weekly serving of our 2014 favourites
A Taste of Revenge...
All Movie Marathons
Alt. Love - Falling in love shouldn’t always be so... normal.
Arnie All Nighter
At The PCC : Three Month Special Event Planner
Avengers Warm-Up Marathon
Bloodied & Broken Hearts
BOYHOOD
Breakfast At Tiffanys - with vintage trailers & a free drink!
Brian De Palma - Selectrospective
Bruce Springsteen - Music Video Sing-Along
Cine En Espanol
Class of 94
Classic Film Season
FILMAGEDDON - A FILM QUIZ
Friday Night at the Movies
Frozen : Sing-Along
Groundhog Day on Groundhog Day
Labyrinth Masquerade Ball
LATE NIGHTS at the PCC
Leviathan
Mean Girls - Bitch Along
Membership Discount Offers
MR. TURNER
My Bloody Valentine (1981) - Anti-Valentines Party
Northern Soul
Q&A - Audio Archive
Quentin Tarantino Retrospective
Richard Linklater Selectrospective
Sci-Fridays
SCREAM Marathon
Scroobius Pips Film Club
Sing-A-Long-A Dirty Dancing
Sing-A-Long-A Events
Sing-A-Long-A Moulin Rouge
Spice World - Sing-Along
Studio Ghibli Sundays
Swear Along with South Park
The Before Trilogy
The Breakfast Club - 30th Anniversary Party
The Good Bad Movie Club
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Lego Movie - AWESOME ALONG!
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
The Magic of Jim Henson
The Room - with TOMMY WISEAU live on stage
TRUE ROMANCE on 35mm
What We Do in the Shadows
While We Sweat Water & Blood - a season of films directed by women
X-Men Movie-Marathon
Yasujirô Ozu - Seasonal Selectrospective
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