16 - 31 October 2015





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Sunday 30th August
Stars Under the Stars JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT

6.00pm The film is going ahead despite a slight spitting of rain at the moment, so bring your waterproofs!

We were all very disappointed to have to cancel the screening of 'Paddington' last night due to the rain.

Sorry but no refunds.



Last Updated on Sunday, 30 August 2015 17:18
 
Open Air Cinema - August Bank Holiday Weekend
We are pleased to be joining with National Trust again this summer for 4 open air films.

After a very enjoyable and successful 'Shoop, Shoop' evening at Studland we are now looking forward to our next 3 films over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

STARS UNDER THE STARS
In the grounds of historic Corfe Castle




Friday 28 August
WHAT WE DID ON OUR HOLIDAY [12A]
A heart-warming, witty and uplifting comedy drama for all the family.
Dougal (David Tennant) and Abi (Rosamund Pike) and their three children travel to Scotland for their Scottish Grandfather’s birthday.  The children, the real stars of this film, innocently but hilariously reveal to the Scottish relations the ins and outs of their dis-functional family life. Under the direction of Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkins, embarrassing situations are woven into comedic gold and dark, difficult themes are dealt with in a refreshing and moving way. The talented cast includes Billy Connolly. Beautifully filmed in Scotland.

Saturday 29 August
PADDINGTON [PG]
The wonderful, much-loved children’s book, is brilliantly adapted for the screen by director Paul King, and tells the story of a young bear from darkest Peru who travels to London in search of a home. The film stars Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters and Ben Wishaw as the voice of Paddington. Nicole Kidman brings a sinister edge to the film as the evil taxidermist with help from a wicked neighbour played nastily by Peter Capaldi. Michael Bond, who wrote the best-selling Paddington Bear Books, plays a cameo role as a kindly gentleman!

Sunday 30 August
JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT [12A]
Kenneth Branagh directs and stars with Keira Knightley and Kevin Costner in this fast, explosive action thriller. To friends and relatives, Jack Ryan seems to be an ordinary business executive BUT he is secretly working for the CIA. Ryan uncovers a Russian plot to crash the U.S.A economy with a terrorist attack and it’s go-go-go and more go! Filmed in London, Liverpool and Moscow.

Tickets on the Gate only: £8 Adult, £4 Child, £20 Family (2 adults, 2 children)
(No card facilities - cash please)
Gates open 7.30pm; Films start at 8.45pm
Bar, hot and cold drinks, Purbeck Ice Cream and popcorn available.
All Corfe Castle films weather permitting so there are no advance sales.

For ALL films bring your own seating, blankets and wear warm clothes.
CHECK OUR WEBSITE ON THE DAY FOR WEATHER UPDATES.

Please note that if a screening is interrupted due to bad weather there will be no refunds.

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 29 August 2015 10:05
 
The 19th Purbeck Film Festival
Welcome to the 19th Purbeck Film Festival, which this year has chosen the universal emotion of love as its theme.  Love, as we know, can reveal itself in many forms: I love my dog, I love ice cream, I’m so in love with her, I love what you say, I love my country, I love my mum and so on and so forth.  This diversity of uses and meanings combined with the complexity of the feelings involved, makes love unusually difficult to define consistently.  Love is a major factor in bringing people together and keeping them together against the many trials and tribulations that they may meet.  One might even say it helps the continuation of our species.
 
Although we take love for granted, it is sobering to realise that in 77 countries around the world it is still illegal to be gay, and in five it is punishable by death.  Such facts emphasise that Love is a basic human right.  Given that cinema is such an emotional medium, the theme of love has been used to help carry the complexities of human relationships in all its many manifestations.  Sure love can be straight but it can also be queer, polyamorous, multi-cultural, young, old, philosophical, tragic, beautiful, strange, painful, comic, unrequited, enduring, tender and epic as well as sometimes creating a battlefield and a game of winners and losers.

Within the cinema of love there are a number of sub themes dealing, for example, with heart throbs, fairytale endings, forbidden love and its politics, digital love, screen chemistry, date movies and of course the screen kiss and its many meanings.

What would be your favourite date movie or what film might you associate with your partner?  Mine was Sparticus and especially the end where Kirk is pinned to his cross and his wife, holding their baby, looks up from beneath.  Who is your favourite heart-throb?  What actor, male or female, evokes feelings of attraction and the illusion of a relationship.  My two are Claudia Cardinale with the wild west as a backdrop in Once upon a Time in the West and George Clooney in anything.  Do you have a favourite screen couple or a best screen kiss?  Do you love your local cinema?  What do you love about the Rex Cinema in Wareham?  For me it is has charm of age, the comfort of friendship and the uniqueness of place.

The Festival programme this year holds over twenty love stories of differing shapes, sizes and emotions.  At one end of our love scale we have Gone with the Wind, a great love story set against the epic sweep of history.  It is one thing to see it on television but quite another to experience it on great projection at Pavilion Dance in Bournemouth.  At the other end of the spectrum we will show Margarita with a Straw, an acting triumph and a film to fill you with hope about amazing women.  It is a film about life altering events for the characters and for its audiences.

The following films are the ones the festival intends to show in its celebration of love.  Tales of Hoffman, Christ Stopped at Eboli, Tosca, Zefferelli’s Romeo and Juliet, X and Y, Smiles of a Summer’s Night, Now Voyager, The Broken Circle Breakdown, A Man and a Woman, Love is Strange, Hiroshima Mon Amour, A Short Film About Love, He Loves Me He Loves Me Not, Duktar, A Little Death, Far from The Madding Crowd, Harold and Maud, Clouds of Sils Maria, 500 Days of Summer, Madame Bovary, Camille, Casablanca and others still to be chosen.
Last Updated on Sunday, 03 May 2015 09:28
 
Purbeck Shorts Film Competition 2015
Entries are now invited for our annual Purbeck Shorts film competition - maximum duration 10 minutes.

The finalists' films will be screened during Purbeck Film Festival on Friday 23 October 2015 in the Rex Cinema, Wareham, Dorset and the winners announced.

For full details on how to submit your films go to the SHORT FILM SUBMISSION link on the left of this page.  Films can also be submitted directly through the FilmFreeway link.

Closing Date for Entries: July 20 2015.
Last Updated on Saturday, 28 March 2015 09:37
 
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