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16 June Film Night "The Fablemans"
16 June Film Night "The Fablemans"

Fri, 16 Jun

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Chandler's Ford

16 June Film Night "The Fablemans"

Steven Speibergs autobiographical story of his early years.

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16 Jun 2023, 19:15 – 22:00

Chandler's Ford, Greenways, Greenway, Chandler's Ford, Eastleigh SO53 2LE, UK

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The Fabelmans is a 2022 American coming-of-age drama film directed by Steven Spielberg, who co-wrote and produced it with Tony Kushner. The film is a semi-autobiographical story loosely based on Spielberg's adolescence and first years as a filmmaker, told through an original story of the fictional Sammy Fabelman, a young aspiring filmmaker who explores how the power of films can help him see the truth about his dysfunctional family and those around him. It stars Gabriel LaBelle as Sammy, alongside Michelle WilliamsPaul DanoSeth Rogen, and Judd Hirsch in supporting roles. The film is dedicated to the memories of Spielberg's real-life parents, Leah Adler and Arnold Spielberg, who died in 2017 and 2020 respectively.

Spielberg had conceived the project as early as 1999, with his sister Anne writing a screenplay titled I'll Be Home. He had reservations about exploring his family's story because of concerns that his parents would be hurt, and the project was withheld for 20 years. Spielberg revisited the project with screenwriter and frequent collaborator Kushner in 2019 while they were making West Side Story, and completed the screenplay by the end of 2020. Development on the film officially began soon after, with casting taking place between March and May 2021. Principal photography began that July in Los Angeles and wrapped in September.

The film received numerous awards and nominations, including seven at the 95th Academy Awards, among them Best PictureBest DirectorBest Actress (Williams), and Best Supporting Actor (Hirsch), and five at the 80th Golden Globe Awards, winning Best Motion Picture – Drama and Best Director. It also received 11 nominations at the 28th Critics' Choice Awards, including Best Picture, winning Best Young Performer for LaBelle, and two nominations at the 29th Screen Actors Guild AwardsBest Ensemble Cast of a Motion Picture and Best Supporting Actor (Dano).

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