April Film Night

As our last presentation ‘See How They Run’ wasn’t being shown until after the deadline for submitting copy, I can’t tell you whether it was a hit or not – fingers crossed.

Our next presentation is on Easter Monday 10th April. In association with Devon Moviola, we proudly present ‘Living’ (102 mins, Cert. 12 – moderate sex references). Bill Nighy gives an Oscar-nominated performance as a staid, emotionally withdrawn 1950s local government official, who receives news which compels him to rethink his outlook on life. From Kazuo Ishiguro‘s (‘The Remains of the Day’) adapted screenplay (also Oscar-nominated). In case you’re wondering, the Bank Holiday screening is to space out our presentations more evenly after the late screening in March.  It could go either way – some people may be away, but others who normally work may be able to come.  Hope you can make it.

Doors open 6.30pm, film starts 7.00pm at Hawkchurch Village Hall, EX13 5XD.  
– Advance reservations, including socially-distanced seating, £5.50 from csma95@gmail.com or leave a message on 01297 678176 (cash or bank transfer);
– Advance unreserved tickets available from Hawkchurch Community Shop at the reduced price of £5.50 (cash only);
– Pay on the door for unreserved seating at £6.00 (cash only).

Subtitles are provided for those who find them helpful. Home-made Easter cake and other delicious refreshments available.

Penny, Jacky, Paul and I hope to see you at the village hall on Easter Monday.

Another Bank Holiday presentation for May – this time it’s Coronation Monday 8th.  Late spring/summer film schedule not yet confirmed.
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