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Swainby Film Club

​ ​​On Novemebr 10th the newly formed Swainby Film Club opened their first screening with the film "Bridge of Spies"

The film was preceded by a meeting to discuss how it was intended to operate the Film Club and to give prospective members an oportunity to ask questions.

Thirty five peopke attended the showing and the same number signed up for membership.

The 2017 - 18 season will consist of 7 films.  As the initial film was presented free of charge, subscriptions will cover the next 6 films and will be charged at £24.  This represents a cost of £4 per head for each film.  Subscriptions are due to be paid in full on 8th December.

Casual film fans are welcome to drop in for any showing.  Admission charge will be £5.  It is expected there will always be sufficient seating.

Refreshments will be available at each showing and as the hall holds a premises licence, alcohol will be available.  Patrons are welcome to bring their own refreshments if they so wish.

The 2018 - 19 season will commence in October 2018 and run for seven screenings.  Membership is expected to be £28.  This will be reviewed nearer the time.


Dates for screening films - 2018 season

                                                       Film Title

January 12th 2018    --  Slumdog Millionaire

February  9th  2018  --  The Grand Budapest Hotel

March    9th  2018     --  Chicago

April       6th  2018     -- Les Miserables

May        11th 2018    -- Billy Elliot









Friday 12th February 
Grand Budapest
​Hotel

​​​The Grand Budapest is a 2014  American - German and British film comedy written and directed by Wes Anderson


Friday 9th March 
Chicago

​​​​Chicago is a 2002 American musical crime comedy drama based on the stage musical of the same name


Friday 6th April 
Les Miserables

​​​​Les Miserables is a 2012 epic film musical directed by Tom Hooper.  The film is set in France during the early 19th centuary. It tells the story of Jean Valjean, an ex convict who inspired by a kindly bishop decides to turn his life around


Friday 11th May 
Billy Elliot

Tells the story of a north eastern coal miners son who wants to dance and his fathers struggle to accept it.

Film Club Meetings & Newsletters

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        Film Club 
      Newsletter      November 2017

Club Membership
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