Neighbourhood cinema invites movie-lovers to select films to be shown

PUBLISHED: 15:09 13 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:09 13 November 2017

Scenes from the Bawdeswell Village Hall opening weekend in 2015: Photo: Archant

Scenes from the Bawdeswell Village Hall opening weekend in 2015: Photo: Archant


Bawdeswell village cinema has invited film-lovers to pick the movies it will screen next year.

Bawdeswell Village Hall. Photo: Archant Bawdeswell Village Hall. Photo: Archant

The cinema has asked viewers to pick their top four choices from the 12 films on offer, and rank them in order of preference.

The chosen films will then be screened from January to April 2018.

The films on offer range from drama and adventure, to mystery and comedy.

The list of choices consists of: Dunkirk; Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool; Goodbye Christopher Robin; Hampstead; Lost in Paris; Murder on the Orient Express; My Cousin Rachel; The Exception; The Mountain Between Us; The Other Side of the Lake; The Party; and Victoria and Abdul.

Anyone keen to have their picks selected should let the cinema know their chosen films by midday on Wednesday, November 15.

Bawdeswell village cinema is a neighbourhood non-profit project. Films are screened in the Bawdeswell village hall.

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