KING’S LYNN: Packed season for film club
Members of King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club have got plenty lined up for their third successful year including a series of screenings and talks.
Next Saturday, Sue Burge will be giving a talk about the home front genre and how the British film industry responded to the Second World War and the challenges faced by those left behind.
The talk, called Keep Calm and Carry On, will run from 10am-4pm at the Friends’ Meeting House in Bridge Street, Lynn, and will focus on films such as Passport to Pimlico and Green for Danger.
Tickets are now available for £18 and can be booked by emailing email@example.com
The club’s next screening will give a unique opportunity to watch a secret film prior to its release.
The preview is of the story of an African-American jazz musician who has suffered in the midst of the Civil Rights movement. He is old now and sick, wasting away in London’s suburbs, far from his native shores. It looks as if all hope is lost until his daughter, Jessica, returns.
The film also has West Norfolk connections, some was shot in Old Hunstanton and the film’s score was written by Steve Bentley-Klein, from Lynn. The screening will take place on March 18 at 7.30pm at St George’s Guildhall.
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