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Lamberhurst Community Cinema

LAMBERHURST COMMUNITY CINEMA

YOUR QUESTIONNAIRE - YOUR FEEDBACK

If you still have not returned your questionnaires, there is still time: the deadline is September 13th. They can be left at the village shop, at Teise and Coffee, at the George and Dragon or at the Elephant’s Head. We really do want and need your feedback – even if you have never attended one of our screenings. We will be collating the surveys and using them to inform our choices for the second half of our 2019/2020 season, from February. DOWNLOAD A COPY HERE

Cinema Questionnaire
LCC Survey Aug 2020.pdf (74KB, uploaded 8-Aug-19)

BECOME A MEMBER

The season runs from September 2019 to MAY 2020, with most screenings on Thursday evenings at 8pm and a couple of special events on Saturdays.

Membership is £10 for the entire season of 10 films: members then pay a reduced entry fee of £3 to see each film.

Non-members £5.


LAMBERHURST COMMUNITY CINEMA


PROGRAMME 2019/2020


We think that our programme for the first half of the season offers you a varied, thought-provoking and entertaining selection of films and we hope to see you all at our first screening in September. Membership can be bought on the night of any screening or email lamberhurstcinema@btintenet.com or David Fordham at davidfordham01@btinternet.com Our membership remains £10 for the season and members pay £3 per film, whilst non-members pay £5 on the door.

THURSDAY SEPTEMEBR 26TH THE ANGEL’S SHARE
Ken Loach never disappoints. This edgy film addresses the problems facing young people in a stark inner-city world, this time in Glasgow, but treats the subject through humour – often hilarious – and gives us an optimistic, feel-good ending without resorting to sentimentality. Given the subject and location, be prepared for strong language (never gratuitous)


THURSDAY OCTOBER 24TH IN THE BEDROOM
This is Tom Wilkinson and Sissy Spacek at their finest in an independent drama from 2001. This is a crime film with a real difference which will leave you mulling it over for a long time afterwards.


THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28TH THE DRESSMAKER
Kate Winslett stars in this story of creative revenge in a small Australian town.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 14TH THE CAR MAN
Something completely different – this is a filmed, live performance from Sadlers Wells of Matthew Bourne’s ballet combining the music and passion of Bizet’s Carmen with the story of ‘The Postman Always Rings Twice’.

THURSDAY JANUARY 16TH GREEN BOOK
We continue our tradition – which has proven really popular – of showing last year’s Oscar winning film at the time of announcement of the new winner. This one will not disappoint.