Our group meets at 7:00 pm, on the 3rd Tuesday, eight months a year*. We watch the chosen film on our own, and then gather over Zoom to discuss it; we’re very much like a book club in those aspects. Our meeting often includes an introductory worship portion and a time for sharing and prayers. We are always open to new members. For more information, please contact Ellen Forbes, Jeff Grinnell, or Shirley Eglington. The church office can provide you with their contact information.
Here is a schedule of the films we will discuss in 2020-21, followed by a description of the upcoming film:
June 16 A Man of No Importance
July 18* Dark Water
Aug 15* Moonlight
Sept 15 The Two Popes
Oct 20 Children of Windemere
Nov 17 The Farewell
Jan 19 Blackkklansman
Feb 16 The Rider
*Denotes special meeting time of Saturday at 10:30am
NOTE: You can read our complete statement here, but in short, out of an abundance of caution and care our main facilities will be closed to all groups and all in-person church meetings and gatherings will be held online.
A Man of No Importance
Directed by Siri Krishnamma – 1994
A middle-aged Irish bus conductor with a passion for the writings of Oscar Wilde causes controversy when he attempts to stage Wilde’s Salome in this period drama set in early 1960s Dublin. Alfie Byrne (Albert Finney) is a well-liked local figure, a life-long bachelor who charms his bus passengers with dramatic recitations of Wilde’s poetry. One day, he spots a beautiful young woman named Adele (Tara Fitzgerald) who inspires him to attempt to stage Salome with her as the title character. Wilde’s play inspires outrage amongst the more conservative members of the community, who attempt to shut Alfie down. Rather than giving in, however, Alfie chooses to be true to himself, a decision that forces him to face his true self, particularly his feelings towards his young, handsome co-worker Robbie Fay (Rufus Sewell).
This film stars Albert Finney, Tara Fitzgerald and Rufus Sewell.