If you want a few hours on a Sunday afternoon to cosy up to a latte, tuck into some cake and also digest some film natter then is a day you need to pencil in. That’s right folks, our ‘Coffee, Cakes and Conversation’ afternoon is back, a chance to grab some yummy cake and meet some fantastic people!
Sunday 1 July- Java Coffee Lounqe 124 Colmore Row, B3 3SD Birmingham- 3pm
Sun 30 Sep- John Lewis Cafe on the 4th Floor, Grand Central Birmingham- 3pm
Sun 9 Dec- TBA
IDAHOT Day for a film showing of My Beautiful Laundrette
Join us on IDAHOT Day for a film showing of My Beautiful Laundrette.
My Beautiful Laundrette is a 1985 British comedy-drama film directed by Stephen Frears from a screenplay by Hanif Kureishi. The film was also one of the first films released by Working Title Films.
The story is set in London during the contemporary Thatcher era, as reflected in the complex—and often comical—relationships between members of the Asian and White communities. The story focuses on Omar, a young Pakistani man living in London, and his reunion and eventual romance with his old friend, a street punk named Johnny. The two become the caretakers and business managers of a launderetteoriginally owned by Omar's uncle Nasser. The plot addresses several polemical issues of the time, including homosexuality and racism, depicted within the social and economic climate of Thatcherism.
Thursday 3 August - Film Choice MeetingWant to help us decide which films to screen next? Come to our Film Choice Meeting at the Wetherspoons Dragon Inn on Hurst Street, Birmingham from 7:30pm. All welcome.
Join us for our FREE film screening of WOMEN IN LOVE as part of the Birmingham Pride celebrations at the LGBT Centre, Birmingham.
We'll be meeting at 2:30PM on Sunday 28th May. All welcome!
Sunday 28th May – Women in Love (1969) 15 | 2hr 11mins
“Why have you come?”
The battle of the sexes and relationships among the elite of Britain's industrial Midlands in the 1920s. Gerald Crich and Rupert Berkin are best friends who fall in love with a pair of sisters Gudrun, a sculptress and Ursula Brangwen, a schoolteacher. Rupert marries Ursula, Gerald begins a love affair with Gudrun, and the foursome embarks upon a Swiss honeymoon. But the relationships take markedly different directions, as Russell explores the nature of commitment and love. Rupert and Ursula learn to give themselves to each other; the more withdrawn Gerald cannot, finally, connect with the demanding and challenging Gudrun.
FILM CHOICE MEETING
Want to help us decide which films to screen next?
If so, come along to our Film Choice Meeting! We will be meeting on Saturday 1st April at 4pm in the Cakes and Ladders Cafe, 38/40 Holloway Circus Birmingham.
Not able to attend? Send us a message with your suggestion and we will consider it at the meeting.
For more information and full location details see our events page. -> https://www.facebook.com/events/375804996136363/
Pleased to announce we're now a network member for the Birmingham Lgbt Ageing Better
Journey Film Club is proud to announce we are a a new network for the LGBT Hub of Ageing Better in Birmingham , Ageing Better in Birmingham will also offer opportunities for 50+ people to get involved with discussion and decision-making, to provide solutions to combat the social isolation that people may face as they get older.
Birmingham LGBT runs the Ageing Better LGBT Hub, which can provide practical support, access to finance and promotion of LGBT groups and activities, so that 50+ LGBT people can have a wider range of options for socialising and making new friends.
Journey Film Club tries to show a mix of classics and Independent Films including our recent showings