RUST AND BONE
7.30pm | Friday 17 May
France, 120 mins, Cert 15
Director: Jacques Audiard
Starring: Marion Cotillard, Mathias Schoenaerts
Events overtake and change the lives of everyone in this story, from Ali (Schoenaerts) thrust into single parenthood, his son Sam and Orca whale trainer Stephanie (Cotillard). They must all learn resilience, courage and to love.
Volunteer Projectionist Wanted
We would like to expand our Seaford Cinema technical team with one or two extra members, primarily to cover projectionist duties for film showings. Projectionist duties are relatively straightforward once the film is running as we use Blu-Ray rather than 35mm film. You don’t need any special technical knowledge although a general familiarity with A/V equipment is useful – the main qualifications are the ability to be methodical, calm under pressure and 100% reliable! And of course you get to see the films for free! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Many of our shows recently have been completely sold out or with very few tickets left available on the door on the night. To be sure of your seats it’s advisable to get tickets in advance. They are available online or in person from Seaford Tourist Office (situated in the Police/Council building, Church Street, winter opening hours Monday – Friday: 9am – 4.45pm).
We are looking for a volunteer who can help with a small but very important job that needs repeating around every fortnight, and that is to place and collect roadside notice boards by the A259 coming into Seaford from both Newhaven and Eastbourne. You may have seen that we have two at each approach, placed near the 30 mph road signs. The signs are ready assembled and simply need placing and driving home by a strong arm and a club/lump hammer. Retrieval on the Saturday following Friday screenings to prevent them being discarded as rubbish is also part of the job.
At the moment we are able to offer volunteers free membership to the cinema, which gives a discount of £1 for every screening. Please email email@example.com
Pretty full house for ‘Even The Rain’ last Friday – a powerful story about protests over water privatisation in Bolivia.
And then this weekend reports emerged that troops have shot dead six indigenous people in Guatemala for protesting about electricity prices, sadly showing that the film was right on the button with regards energy and resource privatisation, especially for the poor and dispossessed. Read article