Louth Film Club’s latest offering is set to be African film ‘ A screaming Man’.
The production will be screened at Louth’s Playhouse Cinema on Monday, November 12.
“This is a powerful drama from the landlocked African country of Chad,” said a spokesperson for the club.
“Directed by one of Africa’s most highly-respected film makers, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, A Screaming Man portrays the struggles of a former swimming champion, now a poolside attendant at a resort hotel, against the horrors of his country’s civil war and the changes enforced on him by the hotel’s new Chinese owners.
“Winner of the Jury Prize at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, the film is in French and Arabic, with subtitles,” they added.
A Screaming Man is Certificate PG. The show starts at 7.30pm.
Non-members are welcome, paying the normal Playhouse Cinema ticket prices.
For more information pop into Off The Beaten Tracks record shop, 36 Aswell Street.
Alternatively visit the Playhouse Cinema, Louth Library or Louth Tourist Information Centre (next to the cinema).
“You can find out more about membership, and join the club, at Off The Beaten Tracks or at the Playhouse on club nights,” continued the spokesperson.
“Membership is open to everyone aged 15 or over (15-17 with parents’ or guardian’s consent and no admittance to Certificate 18 films).
“You don’t have to be a member to see our films, but by joining the club you can buy tickets for just £3.50, a considerable saving on the normal cinema prices.
“As a member you will also help us continue showing an exciting programme of films, and you can have a say in just what we show; every year we include a number of films that have been suggested by members,” they added.