The Autumn programme of films to be shown in the Village Hall is now available. Films start at 7.30 pm – Admission £4.50 (no need to book in advance)
Tea, coffee & ice cream available – or bring your own wine
Contact: Marilyn Dunkelman, 01600 860031 firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 26th September
Director: Doug Liman
Stars: Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt
The best of the summer box office hits, this is Groundhog Day meets War of the Worlds. It combines an original and thought-provoking story, a lot of humour and wit, and the excitement of a great, well-paced action movie. There’s a strong woman’s role for Emily Blunt, and Tom Cruise plays against type as a reluctant hero.
Cert 12A, 113 minutes Internet movie database page
Friday 24th October
Director: Spike Jonze
Stars: Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Scarlett Johansson
A lonely writer develops an unlikely relationship with his computer’s operating system. Set in the near future, when computers have moved on to a more sophisticated level of consciousness, this completely original story is moving and emotionally intense. There are some adult scenes. A brilliantly made film with a strong message about what it means to be human.
Cert 15, 126 minutes Internet movie database page
Friday 28th November
Director: Amma Asante
Stars: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Matthew Goode, Emily Watson, Tom Wilkinson
Dido Elizabeth Belle is the mixed race illegitimate daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral, raised by aristocrats in 18th Century England. Based on a true story that shaped the developing anti-slavery movement at the time, this is a fascinating insight into the period, as well as an engrossing, romantic story.
Cert 12A, 104 minutes Internet movie database page