Our autumn season of film as follows. We have a mixed bunch of film, hopefully something for everyone!
We are pleases to announce the return of Paul Shallcross for Horror Shorts III, we have enjoyed his company twice already, he has been wonderful company, his sense of humour and his talent on the piano have made for very enjoyable evenings. We hope you can come and support what is a wonderful evening.
We are also pleased to be showing K2D, the film made when film club members Tom and Dominique and their children made a motorcycle trip through India to raise funds for their Interburns charity. We will be passing a bucket around to collect money for Interburns that night and all contributions large and small will be appreciated and put to good use!
Tuesday, 6 September 2016, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
A reminder that we have a great Hollywood Film Festival coming up on Saturday April 2nd starting with the 1950 Bogart film ‘In a Lonely Place’ then the highly acclaimed film ‘Trumbo’.
We have met with Paul from Gatsby to discuss food for the event and I think we will have a really fantastic spread. We are having a mixed buffet to include sandwiches, Glamorgan sausage bites, mini quiches, dips, bowls of coleslaw, potatoes and bowls of pasta for you to graze over. And of course some fruit.
Between the films – to keep that USA feel about the event – we will be having blueberry muffins!
Tickets are £12 for members and £15 non-members inclusive of the food of course.
So book now for what will be one of our best Film Festivals.
Brilliant. Good fun, chicken wire, Aberdulais Falls, I can think of someone.
Not usually my cup of tea. However – great! The Count (a new Dracula) was wonderfully mad + evil. Dad’s Rule [sic]
Best Psychopath I’ve seen!
I was gripped throughout and loved the characterisation of the different protagonists.
Brilliant to see Nordic film.
It took a while to realise that this was a COMEDY film – but once that became clear it was very enjoyable. Some fine dry humour in the performances. If this is typical, we should have more from Norway.
Fantastic scenery great humour in dialogue but overall not quite funny enough.