Community Cinema: Your Sister's Sister
Published:27 Nov 2012
Ware Arts Centre is screening its next movie to the public. The film, " Your Sister's Sister " will be shown on the Friday 30th November.
|Your Sister's Sister: Showing in Ware on Friday|
It's strictly ticket only so early booking is necessary to secure a seat.
30th November 2012 - Main Studio
Doors open 7:30pm
Film starts 8:00pm
A selection of Wine & Beer is available by the glass or by the bottle.
Ware Arts Centre Film Club Review
Your Sister's Sister
A year after his brother Tom's death, Jack (Mark Duplass) is still struggling emotionally. When he makes a scene at a memorial party,
Tom's best friend Iris (Emily Blunt) offers up her family cabin on an island in the Pacific Northwest so Jack can seek catharsis in solitude. Once there, however, he runs into Iris' sister Hannah (Rosemarie Dewitt) who is reeling from the abrupt end of a seven-year relationship and finds solace in Tom's unexpected presence. A blurry evening of drinking concludes with an awkward sexual incident, made worse by Iris' sudden presence at the cabin the next morning.
A twisted tale of ever-complicated relationships is set in motion with raw, hilarious and emotional performances from the all-star cast.
For more detail and booking information go to the Ware Arts Film Club website.
About the Arts Centre
Ware Arts Centre launched its Community Cinema in November 2012. For some time the centre has been looking to increase its arts base, and offer Ware a variety of dimensions, with exhibitions, performance and now film.
It was an ambitious project as the Arts Centre is not large, and therefore the audiences would never be more than 35 to 40 people. The funding needed to buy the equipment alone was £10,000, and a bid was made to The Big Lottery fund.
The B.L.F. obviously believed enough in the centre to give the full £10,000, which was the maximum allowable. The Real Ale Festival, held in the Arts Centre each year also gave £1500, a generous sum, which allowed the project to progress. The equipment and installation cost was £10,500.
With such a small venue the running costs of Performing Rights and Temporary Events licenses means that the charge at the door of £5 would never cover these, so the Ale festival funding was really appreciated. Ware had not shown cinema in the town since the Astoria was closed in the '70's.
The crew behind the cinema at The Arts Centre agreed that it was not going to show three month old Block Busters but would concentrate on independent British and foreign films of limited release which would give people a chance to see well made films they would not normally have seen, but definitely enjoy.
The films are shown on a monthly basis throughout the year, so look for the latest film on Ware Online, the Library and notice boards in the town, not to mention the Ware Arts Film Club website.
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