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Friday 15 May 2009 10.04am
Is it on this weekend?
Friday 15 May 2009 10.13am
There's a different classic film every Sunday.

Pool of London on 24 May is worth a look for local connections:
http://www.london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/6915/pool-of-london

Filming locations include Hay's Wharf and Wild's Rents.

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Friday 15 May 2009 10.15am
indeed as james points out classic sunday is every sunday, and this week is a very good dirk bogarde movie. check the website for news! www.shortwavefilms.co.uk

jason
Tuesday 2 June 2009 12.15pm
What films are being shown this month? The website only advertises the films up to Sunday 31 May.
Tuesday 2 June 2009 1.22pm
website is being updated today for films and showing times for this weekend, and the months brochure will be available to collect in person or download in pdf from thursday.
Tuesday 2 June 2009 1.39pm
Listings also available here now:

http://www.london-se1.co.uk/places/shortwave/events

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Tuesday 9 June 2009 11.51am
First visit to the Bermondsey Sq. cinema on Saturday and what a treat -- nice bar and excellent screening room with comfy chairs and very high quality screen and sound. Was only about 1/3 - 1/2 full so hope more people come out to support this venture.
Tuesday 9 June 2009 12.53pm
thanks Carmenes82, glad you had fun. this weeekend the class continues, and also we have "two lovers" with Joaquim Phoenix. and classic sundays of course. and for those with babes in arms we have a parents and babies screening of the class at 11am on thursday.
Tuesday 9 June 2009 1.34pm
I recommend 'Il Divo' on from 18-28 June, a stylish piece of retroscena:
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compared with Andreotti, Brando's Godfather is a mumbling, incoherent lout. As depicted by Sorrentino's biting, perversely witty, slyly winking script and Toni Servillo's extraordinary (and in the view of many, remarkably accurate) performance, the reserved, melancholy Italian prime minister is a black hole, enigmatic, all-consuming and irresistible, his nature illuminated only by tiny inflections of his hunched, tightly held-in body and flashes of bleak, knowing humor. He's devoutly religious (famously so), but we soon come to realize that he has embraced the idea of a fallen humanity so fully that it has become for him both inspiration and alibi.
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