Latest News 07 January 2018

A belated Happy New Year to all our supporters. The period between Christmas and New Year gives us the chance to show some more unusual films. We had been looking for a good time to screen Tanna, a film from Vanuatu which went down well with those who saw it. The beautiful scenery and the sense of inevitability over the fate of the lovers made it a great watch. The next day we had The Wages of Fear, a classic French drama that has been revived by the BFI as part of their Thriller programme. Again, audience reaction was very positive – certainly the lady sitting in front of me was totally caught up with the fate of the four protagonists, gasping in horror during the nail-biting set-pieces that form the second half of the film! Read More…….

Latest News 10 November 2017

This week’s films proved popular. The Death of Stalin was a sellout for both performances. We have arranged repeat showings on Thursday 4 January at 14:30 & 19:30, plus yet another on Wednesday 17 January at 19:30, due to demand.

Wednesday saw our screening of Open Bethlehem, followed by a very informative Q&A with the Open Bethlehem Campaign’s Executive Director, Sara Apps. The irony was not lost on anyone that the plight of Bethlehem has not been improved by Donald Trump’s recent pronouncements on Jerusalem. Many thanks to Sara and Amnesty International for their help in organising this. For more information on the Campaign, and to obtain an Open Bethlehem passport, visit their website.

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