16th September 2015
Rust and Bone (2012) 120m minutes (sub)Director: Jacques Audiard, France/Belgium
Stephanie is a killer whale trainer at a marine park. Ali has a young son to support, but is unemployed and is an amateur kick boxer. Both face significant challenges. By sharing their strengths and weaknesses they gradually form a bond. A film with a mix of action and developing romance.
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Welcome to Silkscreen
Details of films to be shown during our new season beginning in September can be found via the "What's On" link at the top of this page. Last years members will receive a new programme and subscription renewal in the post in late July. Online membership will be available from the same time.
Silkscreen Film Society is a non-profit organisation run by volunteers on behalf of its members. Set up in 2001 by a small group of enthusiasts, the Society now has well over 400 members and has established itself as the focal point for people in the area who want to see a wide range of the best films from around the world.
Chosen by a small team of members, films are selected because they have exceptional qualities of direction, acting or cinematography. Our programme runs from September to March and we have two showings, usually at 5.30 and 8.00 pm, on designated evenings.
Films are projected on state of the art digital equipment in a 250-seat auditorium in Macclesfield’s historic Heritage Centre, close to excellent parking areas and restaurants.
Existing members can renew their membership once they receive a new programme in July/August.