The English Speaking Association in the Gard

BritsNîmes is a non-profit making association of people interested in the English language.
Membership is open to individuals or families.

BritsNîmes organises regular social and cultural activities.
These are varied and designed to help people to get to know the area,
make new friends and meet local people.
Information is shared via our website, emails, monthly newsletters and Facebook.

BritsNîmes
attracts members from many nationalities.
Some have lived in the area for many years, others are recent arrivals.
The regular get togethers allow everybody to exchange experiences about life in France.

BritsNîmes
is always delighted to have new members.
By joining BritsNîmes contact with other members in English can be both a pleasure and an experience, while a helping hand when in need is always welcome.
All nationalities welcome.

The Music & Cinema Club



20th
BRITISH SCREEN FESTIVAL
(24th February -  5th March 2017)

Private viewing for BritsNîmes
Friday 3rd March, 10 am 
(morning)

Semaphore Cinema,
 23 rue Porte de France, Nîmes

 Salle 5 which comfortably seats 80 people.
This should allow time for the cinema to continue with its normal programme
as well as give members time to make their way to the Cheval Blanc for lunch.
(The film should end around 11.10 am)

Where to find the Semaphore Cinema?
http://www.ecransbritanniques.org/a-propos-du-festival/les-lieux-du-festival/  

As you are no doubt aware, it has become a BritsNîmes tradition,
that during this festival, we have a private viewing of one of the Films
followed by lunch in a nearby restaurant. 

You are free to participate in both or either of these events but whatever your choice, please book early to ensure we have enough seats in the Cinema and Restaurant.

FILM
It is a 2010  digitally remastered version of the classic 1947 Powell and Pressburger



"Black Narcissus" 
Based on the novel Black Narcissus by Rumer Godden.

Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (UK 1947 re-release 2010, 100mins.colour) starring Deborah Kerr, Kathleen Byron, Jean Simmons, Flora Robson, Sabu (II), David Farrar. 

Awards
1948  Oscar for best Cinematography, Jack Cardiff
1948  Oscar in Art Direction, Alfred Junge
1948   Golden Globe for best Cinematography, Jack Cardiff

Tickets to be bought at the Semaphore.
Special rate for BritsNîmes members: Price:  €4


RESTAURANT: 
noon
    The Wine Bar,   
    1, Place des Arènes, Nimes.

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