Scandi Sunday for this year’s International Day


There’s only a week to go until this year’s FilmCrew International Film Afternoon on Sunday January 27th; this year with a Scandinavian theme.

FilmCrew presents two classic Swedish films – ‘My Life As A Dog’ by Lasse Hallstrom and ‘Babette’s Feast’ by Gabriel Axel at the Wadham School auditorium.

The afternoon will also include complimentary tea/coffee, Scandinavian cake and a themed quiz.

Chris Edmunds will also be playing live Swedish and Scandinavian music between films.

Tickets for the International Film Afternoon which begins at 2 pm cost £8 per person when purchased in advance from the LIC in the Town Hall and £10 on the door which will be open by 1.45 pm.

FilmCrew members and visitors are welcome. For more information please call 07749614048.

To find out more about the two films and to see trailers, please click on the links below:

My Life as a Dog – IMDB pageRadio Times Review

Babette’s Feast – IMDB page , Radio Times Review

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A warm hearted film for a chilly, frosty January evening


Happy New Year to you all!

We’re all no doubt a tad overfed from the festive season, with the prospect of tightening our belts in the New Year (if we can!) after our Christmas excess – the perfect time to make use of your FilmCrew membership and come along to our next screening this Friday 11th January.

Kumail Nanjani writes (along with his wife Emily V. Gordon) and stars in this heartwarming and deeply funny film, our first offering of 2019.

Pakistan-born comedian Kumail and grad student Emily Gardner fall in love but struggle as their cultures clash. When Emily contracts a mysterious illness, Kumail finds himself forced to face her feisty parents, his family’s expectations, and his true feelings for her…

Doors open at 19:00, with the film starting at 19:30.

As ever, tea/coffee and cake will be available, in return for a donation. Don’t forget to make use of our DVD/Blu-Ray library.


International Day – Sunday 27th January


You’ll also hear more details about our 2019 International Day, which takes place on Sunday 27th January from 13:45.

This year’s theme is ‘Scandanavia’, with a screening of ‘Babette’s Feast’ followed by ‘My life as a dog’.  Tickets are £8 in advance, £10 on the day.  You can purchase tickets at our screening of ‘The Big Sick’, this Friday, or from the Town Hall.

Find out more here.

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The world has gone to the dogs

This Friday (7th Dec) sees our fourth screening of the season, and this time its something a bit different… a stop motion animation from the mind of Wes Anderson (Grand Budapest Hotel, The Royal Tenenbaums, Fantastic Mr Fox, Rushmore).

Isle of Dogs (2)

An outbreak of dog flu has spread through the city of Megasaki, Japan, and Mayor Kobayashi has demanded all dogs to be sent to Trash Island. On the island, a young boy named Atari sets out to find his lost dog, Spots, with the help of five other dogs… with many obstacles along the way.

As this is our Christmas screening, we’ll be offering guests a glass of Mulled Wine and a small selection of tasty, festive nibbles.

Doors open at 19:00, with the film starting at 19:30.


You’ll also hear more details about our 2019 International Day, which takes place on Sunday 27th January from 13:45.

This year’s theme is ‘Scandanavia’, with a screening of ‘Babette’s Feast’ followed by ‘My life as a dog’.  Tickets are £8 in advance, £10 on the day.  You can purchase tickets at our screening of Isle of Dogs, this Friday, or from the Town Hall after that.

Find out more here.

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In the face of fear they found strength in each other

1For the 100th anniversary of the first world war’s end, we’re showing this excellent, recent film version of RC Sherriff’s classic 1928 stage play, adapted by Simon Reade and directed by Saul Dibb.

Asa Butterfield is the young Second Lieutenant Raleigh, newly arrived at the front in 1918. In all his youthful naivety, he asks to join C company in the trenches, because the commanding officer there is Captain Stanhope (Sam Claflin), who was a few years ahead of Raleigh at school and a family friend.

The reality of the situation is soon brought home to him, at a time when the outcome of the war was still far from certain…

Doors open at 7pm, with the screening starting at 7:30.  Entrance is £6 for visitors.

Tea/Coffee and cake will be available and don’t forget that members can take advantage of unlimited rentals from our DVD/Blu Ray library.

Including this screening, there are 7 films left in this season- membership is still available at £25 for the year; that’s less than £4 per film.  If you know someone who is interested, why not bring them and show them what they are missing.

Wadham School have recently installed new fences and gates around the perimeter of the complex, but parking and entrance is unchanged for our screening – see below:

181014 School map

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Falling between the cracks in society…


We’re only a few days away from our second screening of the season, and for this one we’re taking you to the Middle East for the story of three very different, young Palestinian women sharing a flat in Tel Aviv.

The three women suffer from belonging neither to traditional Arab society nor to secular Westernised society; they live in the space “in between” these two, often placing them at odds with their families and the cultures surrounding them.


There’s still time for friends and family to take advantage of this year’s membership offer – this season’s 8 remaining films for £25, that’s the price of a cup of coffee per film.  Membership forms can be found on our website, or at the Crewkerne Local Information Centre in the Town Hall – or better still, come along to Friday’s screening.


Don’t forget you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter; we really appreciate those of you who do and help to share our events with the community.

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The 18/19 season starts here

The football season’s started, the rugby starts this weekend but most importantly FilmCrew’s 2018/19 season kicks off in a week’s time… Friday 7th September,

First up… ‘ Three Billboards outside Ebbing. Missouri (15)


We’re opening with a an Oscar winner; from writer/director Martin McDonagh, starring Frances McDormand, Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson.  McDormand is on award winnning form as a mother who personally challenges the local authorities to solve her daughter’s murder when they fail to catch the culprit.

Click here to view a trailer.

Doors open from 7pm, with the film starting at 7:30.  As ever there will be tea, coffee and cake available; members will be able to pick up this year’s brochure and programme from the front desk.


Not a member? There’s still time to sign up

If you haven’t rejoined yet, don’t worry, we forgive you, its a busy summer; there is still time…

Membership is £25 for 9 films and can be purchased at the first screening.

3     You can view our schedule for this season here.

Guests can continue to attend for £6 per screening.


Fancy helping at a screening?

If you’d be interested in helping us at any of this season’s screenings, please get in touch. We can only continue to provide refreshments if we have volunteers who can help serve, wash up and show us their baking skills.

Thanks to those of you who have already put your name forward.

We look forward to seeing you all next week.



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Roll up Roll up – 10 days left to take advantage of our special offer


Members who re-join FilmCrew by 30 June will get their membership for 2018/19 at the reduced rate of £22 for 9 films.

After 30 June, the price for renewing your membership will be the same as for new members – £25 for 9 films.

Renewal forms can be downloaded from the “Membership” page of our website or can be picked up from the Town Hall in Crewkerne. The completed form and the payment may be:

  • handed in to the Community Office, Crewkerne Town Hall by June 30 or
  • posted (no cash please) by June 30 to:

FilmCrew Membership, 11 Tiptoft, Stoke Sub Hamdon, TA14 6PD



Schedule for 2018/19 season

Monthly shows will again take place once a month from September to May on Friday evenings at Wadham School.

We have now agreed the schedule for next seasons screenings:

Date Film
7 Sep Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri
12 Oct In Between
9 Nov Journey’s End
7 Dec Isle of Dogs
11 Jan The Big Sick
8 Feb Detroit
8 Mar Hotel Salvation
5 Apr On Chesil Beach
24 May Members’ Choice

Further details on each film can be found on the “Programme” page on our website:

We have had to make a change to our schedule, replacing ‘Sami Blod’ with ‘In Between’ due to issues with obtaining the rights for the film.

We look forward to seeing you all in September; have a lovely summer.


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