Film Club
The Film Club is held at the Field Lodge Care Home, London Rd, St Ives , starting with light lunch at 1.30pm and film show at 2pm. Contact Gordon if interested – only 14 places available.

The expectation is that our members will not normally arrive for the event before 1.15pm.

Field Lodge is a special category of venue as it is home to its residents.  This means  we have to be understanding and respect what is asked of us.

With the Home now full and many visitors to residents, we cannot normally expect that any parking slots will be available.  So you may need to park off site. If your passenger has a mobility issue, then drop them off and find parking nearby on the Old London Road.  Directions: exit and turn left towards St. Ives, turn left at the roundabout and then immediately turn left again. Drive to end of road – a dead-end at the garage. Take short walk to back to Field Lodge.

If you do find parking at Field Lodge then please ensure that you do not impede ambulance access. Please complete the visitors book including car registration no. if you are parked on site.

For Maps see Venues

2019 meeting dates
April 3rd  and 23rd
May 1st
June 5th
July 3rd
August 7th
September 4th
October 2nd   
November 6th
December 4th 

Here are the movies planned for the Film Club.

NB: Order of film shows may alter depending on DVD release dates
Brief Summary

Bohemian Rhapsody

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Second Showing due demand

A chronicle of the years leading up to Queen's legendary appearance at the Live Aid (1985) concert.
One reviewer wrote:
"This movie is a must see for any music and movie lover Queen fan or no Queen fan. Anyone who sees this movie will be going through a rollercoaster of emotions - either from Queens music or the story behind the music. Rami Malek puts down an excellent version of Freddie Mercury, but all the actors are great In my opinion. The best thing to do is ignore any criticism and go see it for yourself".
Acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irving, a renowned denier, sues her for libel. With Timothy Spall, Rachel Weisz, and Tom Wilkinson


The Favourite 


Click to see trailer on IMDB

In early 18th century England, a frail Queen Anne occupies the throne and her close friend, Lady Sarah, governs the country in her stead. When a new servant, Abigail, arrives, her charm endears her to Sarah. The film has won many awards. However, reviews very variable from 1/10 to 10/10. DVD due release 13 May


Leave No Trace 

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A "psychologically damaged" father affected by un-named horrors of war some years ago, then lost his wife. He was left for years to look after his daughter and is obsessed about caring for and educating her. She is a gentle, caring teenager, supporting her father, who is trying to retreat from the world.  The pair have hidden out in the woods from the authorities for years.  Once discovered, they want her "in school" and him in some gainful employment. The father, with his unacknowledged PTSD, is unable to settle into normal suburban life, and needs to run constantly from his demons from the past. Ultimately there is a poignant decision to be made, as daughter and father can no longer walk the same pathways.