The Village Hall Committee approached us to see if we would like to start a village film club. As film enthusiasts, we did not hesitate. We now show films once a month..
Initially we used our own rather ancient equipment but now that the hall has been equipped with a full size screen and excellent sound system the quality has improved markedly.
The films are shown on a Tuesday or Thursday evening at 8pm but the doors open at 7.30 for a drink from the bar before we get started. Entrance is by donation on the door at £3 per head.
Members can also buy entrance for 12 films for £24.
The programme is fixed on a seasonal basis and we keep members up to date by email. So, if you would like to join, just let us have your email.
Contact Jeremy and Therese Comfort at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01347 810252
Sutton on the Forest Film Club Autumn Programme
Thursday 27th September
Darkest Hour is a 2017 war drama directed by Joe Wright. It stars Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, and is an account of his early days as Prime Minister, as Nazi Germany swept across Western Europe, threatening to defeat the United Kingdom. The German advance leads to friction at the highest levels of government between those who would make a peace treaty with Adolf Hitler, and Churchill, who refused. Gary Oldman won best actor Oscar for his performance.
Gary Oldman is a tremendous Winston Churchill in high-octane drama. Guardian
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a 2017 black comedy written, directed, and produced by Martin McDonagh. It stars Frances McDormand as a mother who rents three billboards to call attention to her daughter’s unsolved murder. Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell appear in supporting roles. McDonagh and Rockwell both won Oscars for their performances.
fiercely written, stabbingly pleasurable tragicomedy stars a magnificent Frances McDormand – a film about vengeance, violence and the acceptance of death
Tuesday 20th November
The Post is a political thriller directed and produced by Steven Spielberg. It stars Meryl Streep as Katherine Graham, the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, and Tom Hanks as Tom Bradlee, editor of the Washington Post. Set in 1971, The Post depicts the true story of attempts by journalists at The Washington Post to publish the Pentagon Papers, classified documents regarding the 30-year involvement of the United States government in the Vietnam War.
Spielbergs’s handsome new picture has a big, beating heart on its classically tailored sleeve. It’s a rousingly watchable film Guardian