WHEN: First Friday night of each month (except Jan)

WHEN: 8pm [Doors open 7.20pm]

WHERE: The Gerringong Town Hall, Fern Street, Gerringong.

Cost: $10 per person or buy a personal subscription - 11 films for $60! 10-film multi-tickets also available for $75 - to share or use for yourself!

Any questions? Email us at picsandflicks@gmail.com

Friday, December 5, 2014

PICS AND FLICKS TAKES A SUMMER BREAK!





Pics and Flicks has no film screening in January as we take a break to enjoy the festivities with  families and friends.

We look forward to seeing you at our next film on Friday 6th February 2015.

We thank you for the pleasure of your company through 2014 and hope that some of the films you've seen have:
  • challenged your mind, 
  • moved your heart and 
  • lifted your spirit

 - these are the goals of Pics and Flicks.

With our best wishes to you for a happy and peaceful festive season.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

STILL LIFE 5th December 2014

Pics and Flicks is proud to present:
Still Life

Still Life
WINNER – 2013 VENICE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Art Cinema Prize for Best Film, Best Director (Horizons) &
Pasinetti Critics’ Prize
WINNER – 2013 REYKJAVIK FILM FESTIVAL – Best Film
WINNER – 2014 EDINBURGH FILM FESTIVAL – Best Actor
WINNER – 2014 VOICES FILM FESTIVAL – Grand Prix & Best Actor



Don't ignore the quiet ones; this film hides a tenderness and humanity that is extraordinarily powerfulA delightful and tender tale of a man who cares for the lonely dead, this film – which won Best Film at last year’s Venice Film Festival – is so far from the action-orientated Hollywood blockbuster that it’s an important reminder of just how wonderfully diverse filmmaking can be. Contemplative and graceful, it’s also a showcase for English character actor Eddie Marsan who plays John May, a council worker who has – for 22 years – been looking after the affairs of those who have died alone: people with no friends or family to decide what to do with possessions, body or memories.

In a turn that pays tribute to thousands of unremembered lives, Marsan's performance could hardly be more perfect. It's in large part thanks to his wonderful work that Still Life resonates to the degree that it does. If more filmmakers entrusted their projects to actors like Marsan, their movies would be all the better for it.  http://www.screenwize.com