Duns Film Club Programme
September 2019 to April 2020
This season’s Film Club theme is ‘Celtic Connections’, with a programme of eight of the best and most popular films with a connection to Scotland.
There is the award-winning western Hell or High Water, directed by Scotland’s David Mackenzie; the 1930s classic The Thirty-Nine Steps, based on a John Buchan novel, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and set in Scotland; the black comedy Shallow Grave, directed by Danny Boyle and acclaimed the most successful British film of 1995; Local Hero, directed by Bill Forsyth and set in Scottish locations; and (we must have a musical) Sunshine on Leith with songs by The Proclaimers. Mrs Brown, starring Judi Dench and Billy Connolly, will be shown to celebrate the 700th anniversary of Duns Castle, as it was in these beautiful grounds that the Balmoral Castle scenes were filmed.
Most of the films in our programme have been nominated for multiple Oscar and BAFTA awards. All screenings are on Sundays at 4.00pm at the Volunteer Hall, Langtongate, Duns. Everyone over the age of 16 is welcome.
29 September: Kidnapped
13 October: Hell or High Water
10 November: Local Hero
15 December: The Angel’s Share
19 January: The Thirty-Nine Steps
16 February: Shallow Grave
15 March: Mrs Brown
19 April: Sunshine on Leith
For those who wish to subscribe to all eight films, season tickets are available at £40, a saving of £8. Subscriptions are important to ensure the viability and future of the Duns Film Club, however you can ‘pay as you go’, at a cost of £6 per film show. Season tickets (cheques made payable to A Heart for Duns) and ‘pay as you go’ tickets can be bought at the door or booked in advance by calling 01361 884 935 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Duns Film Club reserves the right to replace any film or change the screening date within the programme if deemed necessary.