Spring 1999Sunday 7th February 5:30 PM The Governess A beautiful study of art, sensuality and identity set in early Victorian England
Sunday 14th February 5:00 PM Ever After - A Cinderella Story Drew Barrymore in a feisty version of the traditional tale.
Sunday 21st February 5:00 PM Leola Set in a Montreal tenement, a boy escapes his family's madness by exploring his dreams.
Sunday 28th February 5:00 PM The Adventures of Robin Hood A new print of the 60 year old classic
Sunday 7th March 5:00 PM Time of the Gypsies Highly acclaimed award-winning saga set amongst a Yugoslavian gypsy community.
Sunday 14th March 5:00 PM My Name Is Joe Best British film of 98...
Sunday 21st March 5:00 PM Le Bossu A brilliant swashbuckler offering big screen entertainment and sparkling swordplay.
Sunday 28th March 5:00 PM The Truman Show The most thought-provoking Hollywood film of 1948 - heading for the Oscars...
Sunday 4th April 5:00 PM Dancing at Lughnasa A masterclass in how to transform an intense and intimate play into a delightful and moving film
Sunday 11th April 5:00 PM Elizabeth 7 Oscar nominations - a worldwide triumph!
Saturday 1st May 10:00 PM Year Of The Horse Jim Jarmusch's riveting live documentary of Neil Young and Crazy Horse in concert.
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Keswick Film Club won the Best New Film Society at the British Federation Of Film Societies awards in 2000.
Since then, the club has won Film Society Of The Year and awards for Best Programme four times and Best Website twice.
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