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Film @ Kilmersdon

As we continue to celebrate 20 years of reel people, Film@Kilmersdon are showing three films at Kilmersdon Village Hall.

Film@Kilmersdon films are open to anyone - there is no membership but please book tickets by 'phoning or texting Maggie on 07920 325680 or you can buy tickets at reel people film events.

Tickets are £5 each and we restrict numbers to 70 people per film.

Giant screen and top quality sound, seating is around small tables - for a great view and somewhere to place your drink!

Doors open at 7.15pm, film starts at 8pm.

Film dates for 2017/2018:

Friday 15th December 2017

Captain Fantastic (15) 119 minutes

American comedy-drama which centres around a family that is forced by circumstances to reintegrate into society after living in isolation for a decade.

Captain Fantastic promotional photo
Friday 26th January 2018

I, Daniel Blake (15) 100 minutes

Writer-director Ken Loach has been making movies since the mid-60s and this masterful dramatic feature proves that even all these years he can work himself up into righteous, white hot rage. This film should be compulsory viewing for the current Cabinet. (Critic reviews - Rotten Tomatoes)

I, Daniel Blake promotional photo
Friday 23rd March 2018

TBA

We will advise nearer the time on our last film of the season. Keep the date in your diary.

TBC

Previous screenings:

Friday 24th March 2017

The Dish

A funny and touching look at how a small community in Australia played a major role in the first manned Mission to the Moon.

The Dish promotional photo
Friday 21st October 2016

Love and Friendship (U) 92 minutes

Lady Susan Vernon takes up temporary residence at her in-laws' estate and, while there, is determined to be a matchmaker for her daughter Frederica - and herself too, naturally. Film and food event

Love and Friendship promotional photo
Friday 18th November 2016

Sing Street (12A) 106 minutes

A boy growing up in Dublin during the 1980s escapes his strained family life by starting a band to impress the mysterious girl he likes.

Sing Street promotional photo