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The Open Film Society is a non-profit film organisation, offering some of the best alternative cinema in Milton Keynes. Housed at the Open University, the Society has excellent facilities.

Films screened are all in Blu-ray or DVD format, and are shown Wednesday evenings at 6.30 pm unless otherwise stated.

There was a lot of laughter during the recent screening of Redoubtable and the films shown on the right will hopefully also produce the same response.

January and February

9th January :

The legendary French director Jean-Luc Godard in the Paris of 1968.

9th January at 8.30pm:

Jean-Luc Godard’s first film broke all the rules and was an instant success.

16th January :
The Road to Mandalay

Two Burmese kids head for the city in search of a better life.

23rd January :

A rail worker hands in cash found on the track, only to fall victim to bureaucracy.

30th January :
Let the Sunshine in

Middle-aged Parisian divorced woman
seeks new love.

6th February :
Marlina, the Murderer

A well-crafted ‘western style’ revenge tale set in the vast plains of eastern Indonesia.

13th February :
Marjorie Prime

An old woman has the story of her life retold to her by a holographic image of her dead husband.

20th February :
120 BPM

Gay activists poke the French government and ‘Big Pharma’ into doing something about HIV/AIDS.

27th February :
Mountains May Depart

The story of a woman’s life is suggested by events she experienced at three different times.

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