Suggest a film

Teignmouth Film Society bases its film selection on titles suggested and voted for by its members. We are therefore keen to know of any films you’d like us to screen for our next season.

To make a suggestion, add the title of the film to the comment box at the bottom of this page. Please also add the director and year if you know it.

You will be asked to add your name and email address but your email won’t be displayed on the site. Please note that your suggestion won’t appear until after it has been moderated.

Suggestions for the 2018/19 season have now closed. The final choice of films for the new season will be displayed at our screening in January.

16 Comments:

  1. LINDA BATTERSHELL

    I’d like to suggest ‘Witness’ 1985 Directed by Peter Weir. It stars Harrison Ford and Kelly McGillis. Great story set in an Amish community with a very innocent but compelling love story running through it and nice soundtrack.

  2. Annie Hall 1977 Woody Allen

    It Happened One Night 1934 Frank Capra

  3. What’s Up, Doc?
    Dir Peter Bogdanovich
    1972

  4. The Eagle Huntress 2016 Otto Bell

  5. Amistad, 1997. Spielberg. 2 hr 35 mins

    Bhaji on the Beach, Gurinder Chadna. 1hr 41 mins

    Kinky Boots, 2005. Julian Jarrold. 1hr 47 mins

  6. Manchester By The Sea
    Dir Kenneth Lonergan
    Released 2017

    The Lunchbox
    Dir Ritesh Batra
    Released 2014

  7. “Hidden Figures” (2016) Director…Theodore Melfi
    “The Grapes of Wrath” (1940) Director….John Ford
    “The Mercy” (2018) Director…..James Marsh
    “Glory” (1989) Director…. Edward Zwick

  8. Les Choristes
    Directed: Christophe Barratier
    Year: 2005
    The film that launched a thousand choirs.

  9. My Life as a Courgette.
    Directed by feature first-timer Claude Barras. An animated film about childhood that treats the viewer as an adult.

  10. The Olive Tree Iciar Bollain 2016 good rotten tomatoes score

  11. Three billboards outside Ebbing Missouri Martin McDonagh 2017 featured at both Venice and London film festivals stars Frances McDormand

  12. ‘Bagdad Café’, 1987. Directed by Percy Adlon
    ‘The Sheltering Sky’, 1990. Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci
    ‘The Unbearable Lightness of Being’, 1988. Directed by Philip Kaufman

  13. Truly Madly Deeply Anthony Minghella 1991
    Much Ado About Nothing Kenneth Branagh 1993

  14. The kings of summer 2013 Jordan vogt Roberts
    Gimme the loot Adam Leon 2012

  15. Zorba the Greek, 1964, dir Mihalis Kakogiannis

  16. Le Havre 2011 Ali Kaurismaki

    Sing Street 2016 John Carney

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