The Northumberland Film Sundays Film Festival is about to kick off.
Check out the website for all the details plus pictures and movie posters to ogle. Festival
Here are the dates. Note there are two shows on Saturday and Sunday.
- Friday, January 19, 2018 – C’est La Vie
- Saturday, January 20, 2018 – The Divine Order and Loving Vincent
- Saturday, January 20, 2018 – Reception in Victoria Hall
- Sunday, January 21, 2018 – The Other Side of Hope and Lost in Paris
The Craft House in Cobourg has ticket packages.
There will be a Reception on Saturday, January 20, following Loving Vincent at approx. 6:45 pm
This will be held in the Concert Hall at Victoria Hall and includes Hors d’oeuvres with entertainment by Howard Baer & Michael Monis. There will be a bar for drinks in the Citizen’s Forum.
The cost is included in the weekend package.
The movies show at Rainbow Theatre, Northumberland Mall, Cobourg.
Plot Outline Briefs from the website:
C’est La Vie: This effervescent comedy from celebrated French directing duo Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano (The Intouchables) invites us to an opulent château to attend a très extravagant wedding, where the groom is an obnoxious tyrant, the band is at war with the organizers, and the chief planner is looking for the exit.
The Divine Order: Political and religious leaders in Switzerland cited the Divine Order as the reason why women still did not have to right to vote as late as 1970. Director Petra Volpe explores this surprising history through the story of Nora, a seemingly unremarkable housewife from a quaint village who must learn to become an unflinching suffragette leader.
Loving Vincent: A 2017 biographical animated drama film about the life of painter Vincent van Gogh, and in particular, the circumstances of his death. It is the first fully painted animated feature film.
The Other Side of Hope: Finland’s master of deadpan comedy, Aki Kaurismäki returns with the story of an unlikely friendship between a Syrian asylum seeker and an elderly Finnish restaurant owner. Winner of the Berlin Silver Bear for Best Director, it’s a beautiful, timely film from one of the world’s leading auteurs.
Lost in Paris: Filmed in Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon’s signature whimsical style, LOST IN PARIS stars the filmmakers as a small-town Canadian librarian and a strangely seductive, oddly egotistical vagabond.
for more info: Festival