2021-22 Season

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  • Silent Films - Gender Rebels - Double Bill
    Mon, 13 Jun
    Harrogate
    Harrogate Film Society are delighted to support Yorkshire Silents and Harrogate Theatre to show these gender rebel silent films. Tickets from Hgte Theatre ONLY.
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  • AGM & Film Quiz
    Wed, 11 May
    Cold Bath Brewing
    AGM - members only - 7 - 7.30pm Film Quiz - members and non members 7.30pm onwards
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  • Dune
    Mon, 25 Apr
    Harrogate
    A mythic and emotionally charged hero's journey, Dune tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, who must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people.
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  • A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
    Mon, 04 Apr
    Odeon, Harrogate
    Based on Anthony Burgess's novel. The film employs disturbing, violent images to comment on psychiatry, drugs, youth crime and other social, political and economic subjects in a dystopian near-future Britain.
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  • Death in Venice
    Mon, 21 Mar
    Odeon, Harrogate
    An avant-garde composer (Dirk Bogarde), recovering from a period of artistic and personal stress, becomes infatuated with an adolescent boy who embodies his ideal of beauty. Despite the menace of a deadly cholera epidemic, this atmospheric film captures the spirit of 19th Century Venice.
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  • UNVISIBLE MONSTERS (Double Bill - 2nd Film)
    Mon, 07 Mar
    Odeon, Harrogate
    Boy accidentally discovers parallel dimension. Friend dies. Crackpot Scientist finds him. Government exploits their research. Monsters escape. Now, Boy and scientist must save the world.
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  • TINSEL. The Lost Movie About Hollywood (Double Bill - 1st Film)
    Mon, 07 Mar
    Odeon, Harrogate
    a humorous, melancholy, and affectionate look at the global obsession with movies, "TINSEL - The Lost Movie About Hollywood" was lost for 30 years and never shown publicly. The film includes new footage and reflection on present-day Hollywood.
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  • The Hunt
    Mon, 21 Feb
    Odeon, Harrogate
    Mads Mikkelsen plays Lucas, a well-liked primary school teacher in a small community. His life is derailed in the blink of an eye, following an innocent lie by a small child. Ostracised along with his son, Lucas falls victim to mass hysteria.
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  • Minari
    Mon, 07 Feb
    Odeon, Harrogate
    Jacob Yi relocates his Korean-American family to rural Arkansas, to start afresh and capture the elusive American Dream. Funny, beautiful, impactful, “Minari” is a great story about a man’s determination to create the best possible life at a very difficult time.
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  • I Wish
    Mon, 24 Jan
    Odeon, Harrogate
    A beautiful meditation on wishes, yearning and belief which tells the story of two young brothers trying to reunite their parents by harnessing the “magical power” of two high speed trains at a crossing-point. A complex, delicate, deeply considered Japanese family drama.
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  • Nomadland
    Mon, 10 Jan
    Odeon, Harrogate
    Multi award-winning drama based on the 2017 non-fiction book by Jessica Bruder. Written, produced, directed by Cloé Zhao, starring Frances McDormand (who is also a producer on the film) as a van-dwelling, working nomad travelling around the United States.
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  • Padman
    Mon, 13 Dec
    Odeon, Harrogate
    Inspired by a true story, this is an earnest and uplifting film dealing with period poverty and taboos in India. Despite public humiliation and resistance, an entrepreneur creates a machine for making hygienic sanitary towels which even the poorest women can afford.
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  • Bait
    Mon, 29 Nov
    Odeon, Harrogate
    The scene is Cornwall where the new collides with the old. Two brothers have sold the family home and tensions are high because one brother has to carry on fishing by hand while the other uses the boat for tourist trips. (Members’ choice)
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  • Pain and Glory
    Mon, 15 Nov
    Odeon, Harrogate
    This semi-autobiographical film tells the story of an ageing film director unable to do any creative work. He looks back over his life, from his impoverished childhood to the highs and lows of his career. Antonio Banderas and a luminous Penelope Cruz star in a richly textured film.
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  • Saint Maud
    Mon, 01 Nov
    Odeon, Harrogate
    A highly acclaimed British psychological horror film set in Scarborough. Written and directed by Rose Glass, the story of Maud, a recent convert to Catholicism, who becomes obsessed by a former dancer in her care. Praised for its direction, atmosphere, performances and score.
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  • Just Mercy
    Mon, 18 Oct
    Odeon, Harrogate
    Jamie Foxx and Michael B Jordan deliver towering performances in this true-life story of US lawyer Bryan Stevenson’s battle to free a man wrongfully convicted of murder. The excellent supporting characters add to the movie’s texture and sense of place.
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  • The Great Beauty
    Mon, 04 Oct
    Odeon, Harrogate
    An ageing writer, who has spent many years seducing his way through the lavish nightlife of Rome, starts to look past the nightclubs and parties to find a landscape of exquisite beauty. This “Fellini light” film is beautiful, original, eccentric and always unexpected.
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  • His Name is Green Flake
    Mon, 20 Sept
    Odeon, Harrogate
    The winner of the Best Film Award in our Festival Features competition depicts a time when African Americans were viewed as less than human. A young, enslaved man blazes a trail across the country for the Mormon Church, leading to the largest pioneer migration in American history.
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