Thursday, September 11, 2008


From the Brockley Jack Film Club, a wonderful addition to SE4's social life:

Don't miss the screening of Little Miss Sunshine this Sunday night at 7 pm, brought to you by the Brockley Jack Film Club. Last month's film sold out so book your tickets early on 020 8699 6685, £6 or £3 for members.

In this road movie-cum-comedy, an eccentric, dysfunctional family drives up to California from New Mexico in a battered VW van so that seven-year-old Olive can take part in a pageant contest. The film won two Oscars and two Baftas for Best Supporting Role (Alan Arkin) and Best Original Screenplay. "Hugely enjoyable" - The Times.


To all the Brockley readers. If you like film, don't forget to take advantage of the new film club at the Brockley Jack. This is a welcome addition to the Brockley arts scene. Get a membership which offers a 50% discount on tickets and a chance to input into the programming. See for more details.

Bob adds: check back tomorrow for mp3s from the soundtrack of this lovely movie. And please do support the Film Club, which is run by local residents. It is shocking that Lewisham is one of the only borough (the one annd only?) in London without a cinema.


jams o donnell said...

I wish we had something like this in Romford

bob said...

Once again Sarf London trumps Essex. (Except Romford probably has at least one actual cinema...)