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I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (12A)
Wednesday, 20th September, 7.45pm
Fletton Way, Glapthorn Rd, Oundle, PE8 4JA
Director: Raoul Peck
Runtime: 1hr 33 min
"The story of the negro in America is the story of America - it is not a pretty story." In the wake of Black Lives Matter and Obama’s presidency, this powerful film uses the words and ideas of American writer James Baldwin to produce a cinematic version of the book he never completed. It is a visceral narration about race in America that tracks the lives and assinations of Baldwin’s friends: Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X and Medgar Evers. Though partly rooted in the struggle for equality in the 50s and 60s, this film is about what it means to be black in America today.
'...you will be astounded by the shear brilliance of his polemic.’ The Independent
HIDDEN FIGURES (PG)
Sunday, 24th September, 7.45pm
West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ
Cast: Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spencer, Javelle Monáe, Kevin Costner, Kirsten Dunst
Director: Theodore Melfi
Runtime 2hr 7 min
Based on a best-selling and groundbreaking book by Margot Shetterley, this movie tells the hitherto forgotten story of three black women in America and their stunning contributions to the sixties Space Race, at a time when the USA was falling behind the Soviets. Shocking in its portrayal of everyday segregation - you won’t forget the coffee pot or that long walk in those shoes - this movie tells its story in an accessible and uplifting way. Kevin Costner and a scary Kirsten Dunst do a good job in support while the three leads steal the show.
‘.. a story of NASA’s past that makes for compelling and important cinema.’ Simon Brew