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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. … Continue reading

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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; … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Members’ Choice , New Season Offer and AGM

The members have chosen My Cousin Rachel as the final film of the season for this Friday (25th May).  The film stars Rachel Weisz  and is based on the Daphne du Maurier novel. Doors open at 7pm – show starts … Continue reading

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Members’ Choice Result

The votes at last night’s show were as follows: Victoria and Abdul       27 My Cousin Rachel         31 The Big Sick                   19 So, our final film of the … Continue reading

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Hidden Figures and Members’ Choice

This Friday 13th is lucky for FilmCrew members! Not only do they get to see Hidden Figures but they can also cast their vote on next month’s film. Hidden Figures tells the true story of three black American women who overcame … Continue reading

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Warming up for Friday

As the snow and ice start to fade and everyone throws more logs into their wood burners, we have our next screening this week with the suitably titled ‘Burn Burn Burn’. The film is a coming-of-age tale, inspired by the … Continue reading

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