Eaton Bray Cinema
The Focus On Film Society - Bringing Cinema To The Villages
See your favourite films on a large screen (13ft by 9ft) in Eaton Bray Village Hall.
We meet at 2.00pm on the second Monday of each month between September and May.
Come and join us to see some excellent films and enjoy the social atmosphere with a cup of tea and a chat after the film.
[Membership details below]
This season, the Film Society will meet on the following dates:
8 September, 13 October, 10 November, 8 December
12 January, 9 February, 9 March, 13 April, 11 May
Captain PhillipsThe true story of Captain Richard Phillips and the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years.
The ButlerAs Cecil Gaines serves eight presidents during his tenure as a butler at the White House, the civil rights movement, Vietnam, and other major events affect this man's life, family, and American society.
August: Osage CountyA look at the lives of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose paths have diverged until a family crisis brings them back to the Oklahoma house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them.
About the Focus On Films Society
The society meets on the second Monday of each month between September and May.
Films start at 2.00pm and are shown in the Eaton Bray Village Hall.
The films are followed by Tea and Biscuits and a chance to chat with friends.
Films are selected by the members and all requests are considered by the selection committee.
The films are projected with a modern digital projector on a large 13ft by 9ft screen.
Society Membership is £32, payable in two installments - £16 by the first meeting and £16 by the January meeting - this equates to £3.55 per film.
For membership please call Graham Chappell - 01525 220883
For new members, guest membership is available at £4 for one film before joining.
For more information call Graham Chappell on 01525 220883 or come to one of our films. If joining part way through the season membership is adjusted accordingly.
Note: film societies are unable to admit under 16s.
The Society is not intended to be profit making and seeks only to cover running and maintenence costs. We now own all our own equipment, including comfortable seats.
What makes film societies special?
- They are run by their members for their members.
- They provide a warm friendly atmosphere where you can see films on a big screen.
- They bring quality cinema to your community at a price everyone can afford.
- They arrange special screenings and social events, and can provide an opportunity to discuss the films.
- They can provide unlimited programming opportunities including shorts, independent work and films of local interest.
- They enjoy advantages in respect of film certification, cinema licensing and cheaper film booking.
Shown in Previous Months
Salmon Fishing in the YemenA fisheries expert is approached by a consultant to help realize a sheik's vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert and embarks on an upstream journey of faith and fish to prove the impossible possible.Shown: 13 January 2014
Firehouse DogRexxx, Hollywood's top canine star, gets lost and is adopted into a shabby firehouse. He teams up with a young kid (Hutcherson) to get the station back on its feet.Shown: 10 February 2014
Song for MarionGrumpy pensioner Arthur honors his recently deceased wife's passion for performing by joining the unconventional local choir to which she used to belong, a process that helps him build bridges with his estranged son, James.Shown: 14 April 2014
-- Images and Plot Outlines courtesy of The Internet Movie Database --