/paddington 2

2017 103 mins
director: Paul King

"If there's even a smidgen of wonder in your soul, no matter how young or old you are, this is a film you need to own. It's a genuine triumph and delight."

JR Southall - Starburst

Rotten Tomatoes
Featured review by Peter Bradshaw - The Guardian
Distributor:  Studio Canal

NB - This film will begin at 10.30 in Cinema 3  

You may bring as many children (and their parents) as you like, but there must be at least one CFS member in the group.  Goodies to eat will be provided.

Please RSVP with the number of children who will be attending.  - enquiries@croydonfilms.org.au


Ben Whishaw - Paddington (voice)

Sally Hawkins - Mary Brown

Hugh Bonneville - Henry Brown

Hugh Grant - Phoenix Buchanan

Madeleine Harris - Judy Brown

Samuel Joslin - Jonathan Brown

Michael Gambon - Uncle Pastuzo (voice)

Imelda Staunton - Aunt Lucy (voice)

Julie Walters - Mrs. Bird

Marie-France Alvarez - Mademoiselle Dubois

Sanjeev Bahaskar - Dr. Jafri

Ben Miller - Colonel Lancaster

Jim Broadbent - Mr. Gruber

Tom Conti - Judge Gerald Biggleswade

Peter Capaldi - Mr. Curry

Meera Syal - Prosecutor

Richard Ayoade - Forensic Investigator

Eileen Atkins - Madame Kozlova

Joanna Lumley - Felicity Fanshawe


Director - Paul King

Writers - Paul King & Simon Farnaby based on the character Paddington created by Michael Bond.  Additional material, Jon Croker 

Producer - David Heyman

Executive producers - Rosie Alison, Jeffrey Clifford, Alexandra Ferguson Derbyshire, Ron Halpern, Didier Lupfer

Music - Dario Marianelli

Cinematography - Erik Alexander Wilson

Film editing - Jonathan Amos, Mark Everson

Casting - Lauren Evans, Nina Gold

Production design - Gary Williamson

Art direction - Andrea Borland, Gareth Cousins, Dominic Hyman, James Price, Patrick Rolfe

Set decoration - Cathy Cosgrove

Costume design - Lindy Hemming

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Filmed in various locations in London, the Lake District, Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire, Nidd Gorge Viaduct, Yorkshire, Harrogate, Yorkshire, Kilmainham Gaol Museum, Dublin.

/Paul King


born 1978 UK

“you spend about 10 minutes thinking about whether it’s a good idea and then five years doing it.