Thursday, February 13 - Thursday, February 20, 2014

New and Classic Films from the UK, Ireland, Australia and South Africa

Hunky Dory

Hunky Dory

From the producers of “Billy Elliot” comes another delightful musical exploring the lives of a bunch of school children in pre-Thatcher South Wales who appear to have had their dreams snatched from them. The film features songs from David Bowie, Lou Reed, The Beach Boys, Simon and Garfunkel, Dusty Springfield and Electric Light Orchestra. The always wonderful Minnie Driver stars as the free-spirited drama teacher who leads her class to put on an end- of- year production of “The Tempest” that proudly highlights both William Shakespeare and Bowie. To engage her students, she assigns them the music they listen to all the time. Directed with great verve by Marc Evans, the award-winning director of “House of America” and “Snow Cake.” Music is presented by a fresh young cast led by Aneurin Barnard (winner Laurence Olivier Award for “Spring Awakening”).

“Engagingly written, this is a hugely enjoyable coming-of-age drama.” The London View

(UK, 110 minutes, 2011)

On Stage Interview with Minnie Driver at 9:30PM
We first fell in love with her as a plump Irish lass (she gained 25 pounds for the role) in “Circle of Friends,” who learns a lesson about friendship. She went on to attract audiences as the ex-girlfriend of a paid assassin in “Grosse Pointe Blank,” a Harvard student who takes a brilliant janitor under her wing in “Good Will Hunting,” for which Driver won an Oscar nomination and a formidable former wife in “Barney’s Version.” She was charmingly duplicitous in the TV series “The Riches.” In Hollywood’s sea of long straight blond hair, she kept her natural dark curls–just one way Minnie Driver stands out.

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Vogue Theatre

Thursday, January 17, 2013

7:30PM

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TICKET INFORMATION:

Vogue Theatre
3290 Sacramento Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
[Directions]

Call 415-346-2288 for tickets and more information

Festival Pass $135 / $100*
Individual Movie Passes $12.50/$10*

Convenient Parking available one block from the Vogue Theatre at the Jewish Community Center, 3200 California Street.

 

* Discounts for Mostly British Film Partners: Members of the San Francisco Film Society, the JCC, The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, Frameline, Film Noir Foundation, Fromm Institute, Cinema Lit Mechanics Institute



New Schedule for 2014 Mostly British Film Festival 



Vogue Theatre
The Historic Vogue Theatre
3290 Sacramento Street • San Francisco, CA 94115 • 415.346.2288 [Directions]

Opening Night:
Thursday February 13
Friday February 14 Saturday February 15 Sunday February 16

OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION
at Jewish Community Center
3200 California Street
San Francisco, CA
5:00pm - 7:30pm

Le Week-End
7:30PM

Love Me ‘Till Monday
5:00PM
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Love Actually
7:00PM
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Sliding Doors
9:45PM
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The Spirit of ’45
12:00PM
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Good Ol’ Freda
2:00PM
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Last Passenger
4:00PM
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A Conversation with Michael York and screening of England Made Me
8:00PM
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Look of Love
9:40PM
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My Favorite Year
12:00PM
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Stay
2:00PM
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Nicky’s Family
4:00PM
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The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
6:30PM
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The Hit
9:00PM
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Monday February 17 Tuesday February 18 Wednesday February 19

Closing Night:
Thursday February 20

The Selfish Giant
5:00PM
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Mystery Road
7:00PM
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Last Dance
9:30PM
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Run & Jump
5:00PM
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Life’s a Breeze
7:00PM
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What Richard Did
9:30PM
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Having You
5:00PM
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Lunchbox
7:00PM
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Byzantium
9:00PM
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The Sea
5:00pm
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Summer in February
7:30pm
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