The one thing that Camelford could do with is a cinema.
Well, we’ve managed to get our hands on some cinema equipment!
So we’ll be running a monthly film night – the 2nd Saturday of each month!
We’ll select the film to start with but we strongly recommend that you contribute to decision making process – if you want to put in a request for a particular film you’d better turn up!
2nd Saturday of each month
2 pmCharlotte’s Web(U), 95 minutes, 2006
Director: Gary Winick. Stars: Dakota Fanning, the voices of Julia Roberts, Oprah Winfrey, Steve Buscemi, John Cleese, Robert Redford in a live action feature film based on the 1952 children’s novel by E B White, about the relationship between farmer John’s daughter Fern and the runt of a litter of newborn pigs, and a barn spider called Charlotte.
7 pmLady Bird(15), 92 minutes, 2017
Director: Greta Gerwig.
Stars Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf, Tracy Letts
A US comedy drama, set in the early 2000s, in which life becomes complicated for a rebellious young woman as she nears her 18thbirthday.
2 pmBack to the Secret Garden(U), 107 minutes, 2001
Director: Michael Tuchner. Stars Camilla Belle, Joan Plowright, Aled Roberts, Cherie Lunghi, Leigh Lawson in a family sequel to the original The Secret Garden(based on Frances Hodgeson Burnett’s novel), set in 1946 in which an American orphan travels on an exchange to England and Misselthwaite Manor orphanage. She is the heroine of the film …
7 pmBrooklyn(12), 109 minutes, 2015
Director: John Crowley. Stars Saoirse Ronan, Domhnall Gleeson, Michael Zegan in a 1950s romantic drama in which a young woman on a visit to her native Ireland from New York must decide in which country and with which man she will spend the rest of her life.
2 pmBrave(PG), 90 minutes, 2012
Director: Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman, Steve Purcell, Enrico Casarosa
Stars the voices of Kelly MacDonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, Robbie Coltrane in a Disney animation set in Scotland with a princess as the lead character who wants her freedom … If you had the chance to change your fate, would you?
7 pmSuffragette(12), 104 minutes, 2015
Director: Sarah Gavron.
Stars Carey Mulligan, Meryl Streep, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne-Marie Duff in a British drama set in 1912 & 1913 telling the story of the suffragette movement, centring on a laundry worker named Maud Watts. The Guardian review said “(it’s a) forthright, heart-felt, red-blooded drama; a thoroughly valuable & absorbing film.”
2 pmThe Croods(U), 99 minutes, 2013
Directors: Chris Sanders, Kirk DeMicco.
Stars: Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds
From DreamWorks, the creators of Madagascar, this is a 3D computer-animated comedy adventure about a cave family called the Croods; particularly about their teenage daughter Eep who frequently disobeys her father’s orders out of curiosity. If the family doesn’t evolve, they’ll be history!
7 pmThe Book Thief(12), 131 minutes, 2013
Director: Brian Percival.
Stars Sophie Nélisse, Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson in a historical war drama based on Marcus Zusak’s novel. It tells the story of a young girl and her foster parents, who shelter a Jewish friend during the period of Nazi control of Germany.