Film Club



Sue Fenner                            837320
Sarah Harmer       837704
Elizabeth Parry-Williams      837713
Dennis Shaw              837528
Anne Sneyd 837375



Date  Film Title
23 Jan 2008   Amazing Grace
27  Jan 2008   Sea Biscuit

Further films that we are going to show are Sea Biscuit, Casino
, Becoming Jane and Atonement.

There will be a small amount of refreshments  offered free at each performance and some for sale.

The layout for Film Nights is Cafe Style  around tables  so If you wish to bring your own bottle of wine you are most welcome to do so, glasses will be provided.

If you have any specific film that you would like  shown (eg Pirates of the Caribbean part 2) please contact any member of the committee and let them know and we will do our best to oblige.

Any further suggestions for enhancement of the club would be much appreciated

        <<< Important Notice >>>     Film club membership for 2008 is now due.  It is 8 for the year. The first film this year is on Wednesday 23rd Jan and is the much acclaimed  Amazing Grace.  It would be very helpful if you could pay your subscriptions before the  23 Jan.  You can pay on the  night of  23rd Jan, but  it takes time and holds things up, so please try to pay  your annual subscriptions in advance  to one of the committee members (See above) 
The first meeting in 2008 of  the Film Club will be on Wednesday 23rd January when the film will be Amazing Grace - the story of William Wilberforce and the abolition of slavery.   It stars, amongst others,  Ioan Gruffudd,  Albert Finney and Michael Gambon.
We are starting a new year of membership and the joining fee is now 8 per person.  There will still be a 1 fee per film but not in the month you join.     A person can come as a guest only twice even if invited
by different members.  Members of 18 and under will still pay a 5 membership.
Further films that we are going to show are Sea Biscuit, Casino
Royale, Becoming Jane and Atonement.
The hall will open at 7.00 pm for a prompt 7.300 start and we hope to see as many people as possible.



Christmas  2007 Special  Feature -  WHITE CHRISTMAS. Thursday evening 20th Dec.  All are welcome. There will be mince pies and mulled wine. What better way to begin Christmas.  Click HERE  for DETAILS


Hullavington Film Club - New Season 2007/8

We are about to start our second season of the Film Club - hopefully
better organised than the last. Listed below are the first three
films we intend to show:

September 26 The Painted Veil
October 24 Ladies in Lavender
November 28 The Constant Gardener

The new subscriptions will be due in January and will run for a
year. The price per person will now be 8 - the increase is
to cover the cost of the Licence that we have to have. - and 1 per
person per session. This is still extremely good value - 10 films
18. We will collect the new subscriptions at the January
meeting. Members are welcome to bring guests but each visitor is
restricted to two meetings per year, even if invited by different
members. Tea or coffee and biscuits will be provided free of charge.


 Note  for the 2007/8 season the film night will be on the the 4th Wednesday of the month

18th July the film is The Devil Wears Prada.  What the critics say: Funny, bitingly clever, and with a superb turn by Streep - Dilbert meets Sex and the City. I mean that in a good way - Give this devil her due. One of this year's classiest, wittiest, and most refreshing films.

20th June is  will be  Miss Potter,  a delightful  film for all ages and both sexes,  about Beatrix Potter."

16th May is Film Night at the Hullavington Odeon.
The Da Vinci Code
with Tom Hanks

27th Apr  Film Night. Hullavington Film Club presents an evening of nostalgia. The superb Ealing Studious comedy  "Passport to Pimlico".


18th April.  Film Night  is "Keeping Mum" an hilarious comedy in the finest  English tradition, staring: Maggie Smith, Patrick Swayze, Rowan Atkinson; etc. star.  Why not stroll over to the Hullavington Odeon (village hall) for a curtain up at 7:30pm and see a great film. What could be more civilised than watching a film with a glass of wine seated cafe style around tables. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keeping_Mum


14 Feb 07.  Good news  we now have a comprehensive licence and  there will be a performance next week  on  Wed. 21  starting at 7.30 prompt - Hall opens 7.00.
One important restriction of licence  Terms  & Conditions is that   we are not allowed to advertise / publicise the name of film, but it is a modern film  that had  great box office acclaim and was widely requested by the film club members, particularly those that enjoy country and western music . The usual note to members is on its way  to you and should be with you by the end of the week.  Tea , coffee , biscuits available , but bring own wine etc.

12 Dec 06

The Film Club is happy to announce that we have obtained a licence for a children's' Christmas Show.   This will be held early evening on Wednesday 20th December.   The film will be Eight Below - about a team of husky dogs.    All children, not just the Film Club members' children, are welcome but they must be accompanied by a responsible adult.   The cost will be 1 per child for refreshments but adults will be free.

The Hall will open at 5.00p.m. and the film will start at 5.30 prompt.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact any member of the Committee.


16 Nov  06

The Film Club is still in the process of obtaining the licence needed for the club to operate.    We have now been advised that this will not be available until the new year and as this is the most economical and  only viable way of operating the club we will have to wait until then to obtain the necessary licence.    We apologise for the delay and hope you will all bear with us.

14 Oct 06

We are sorry to have to tell you that we have to postpone the next two meetings of the film club. This is due to the fact that we do not yet have the correct licence in place. This has now been applied for  and we hope to have it in place for the  Christmas show. We will, therefore, extend the season into the summer of next year and/or have an extra film one month.

We apologize for any inconvenience and if you have any queries please do not hesitate to get in touch with any members of the committee. We have been beaten by bureaucracy