Vogue Theatre to Host The Mostly British Film Festival

This February (from the 4th to the 10th) be sure to pack your insulated satchel with fish n’ chips, biscuits and tea, and head on down to the Vogue Theatre (3290 Sacramento St.) for the Mostly British Film Festival, mate.  This festival features some of the best old and new films that The United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Scotland has to offer.

Hit the jump for a complete lineup, schedule and ticket info

Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here or by calling (415) 346-2288

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011:

8:00pm West is West (UK/2010)

Friday, February 4th, 2011:

5:00pm Crying with Laughter (Scotland/2010)

7:00pm Get Carter (UK/1971)

9:30pm The Ipcress File (UK/1965)

Saturday, February 5th, 2011:

12:00pm Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (UK/2010)

2:30pm Black Narcissus (UK/1947)

4:30pm The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls (New Zealand/2010)

8:00pm Beneath Hill 60 (Australia/2010)

10:30pm Heartless (UK/2010)

Sunday, February 6th, 2011:

12:30pm Solo (Australia/2008)

2:00pm Contact (Australia/2009)

4:00pm The Waiting City (Australia/2010)

6:30pm I Love You Too (Australia/2010)

9:00pm Blessed (Australia/2009)

Monday, February 7th, 2011:

4:30pm Gallipoli (Australia/1981)

7:15pm Samson & Delilah (Australia/2009)

9:30pm Beautiful Kate (Australia/2009)

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011:

5:00pm Down Terrace (UK/2010)

7:00pm Glorious 39 (UK/2009)

9:30pm Dorian Gray (Ireland/2009)

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011:

3:00pm Skeletons (Scotland/2010)

5:30pm East is East (UK/1999)

7:30pm The Infidel (UK/2010)

9:45pm Nothing Personal (Ireland/2009)

Thursday, February 10th, 2011:

5:30pm Cemetary Junction (UK/2010)

8:00pm Boy (New Zealand/2010)


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Categories: Festivals, Mostly British Film Festival

One Comment on “Vogue Theatre to Host The Mostly British Film Festival”

  1. enana
    January 19, 2011 at 6:27 pm #

    Here is a pitiful tale: Aged woman stuck in Maryland unable to leave job and hearth to attend San Francisco British Film Festival AND Film Noir showing. Let’s just tell it like it is, the Brits are excellent at what they do, could it be the weather? I have no idea. Film Noir is only cheesy on Saturday Night Life, okay, maybe a little cheese puffy but watch The Stranger on the Third Floor or Gaslight and they are ever so creepy. I don’t get to check in with this insightful and more than entertaining siteoften but when I do I am encouraged to go and watch, listen and get lost in a movie, new or old.
    Keep on reviewing.
    PS: Love the film clips.

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