The Guilty

When police officer Asger Holm is demoted to desk work, he expects a sleepy beat as an emergency dispatcher. That all changes when he answers a panicked phone call from a kidnapped woman who then disconnects abruptly. Asger, confined to the police station, is forced to use others as his...

Leave No Trace

Will and his teenage daughter, Tom, have lived off the grid for years in the forests of Portland, Oregon. When their idyllic life is shattered, both are put into social services. After clashing with their new surroundings, Will and Tom set off on a harrowing journey back to their wild...

Blues Brothers

Expanding on their Saturday Night Live characters, John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd star as Jake and Elwood Blues, two white boys with black soul. Jake and Elwood are dispatched on a “mission from God” by their former teacher, Sister Mary Stigmata to raise $5000 to save an orphanage. In the...

Cold War

Cold War is a passionate love story between a man and a woman who meet in the ruins of post-war Poland. With vastly different backgrounds and temperaments, they are fatefully mismatched and yet condemned to each other. Set against the background of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia...

A Man Called Ove

Ove, an ill-tempered, isolated retiree who spends his days enforcing block association rules and visiting his wife’s grave, has finally given up on life just as an unlikely friendship develops with his boisterous new neighbours.

Shine

This wrenching true story chronicles the tumultuous life of Australian concert pianist David Helfgott, whose domineering, over-protective father drove him to madness. David is heavily burdened by emotional scars inflicted by his father — scars that when opened cause devastating tragedy for much of David’s adult life.

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Dear Film Lovers,

It is with great regret that we must cancel Friday’s outdoor showing of The Peanut Butter Falcon.

The Cliffden Hotel who had generously offered the space, have decided, following government advice, that we can only have a maximum of 30 attendees.

Obviously with a projectionist, and committee members on the door and serving refreshments, we would need to reduce the audience numbers to around 22. We cannot easily find a fair way of allocating that number of tickets, so sadly have decided to cancel.

Your committee has worked hard to try to make this happen, and can perhaps use this experience to repeat the idea, next summer.

I wish you a safe future and will keep you informed as to the restarting of our regular showings.

Your TFS committee will continue to meet on monthly zoom meetings to explore the possibilities of restarting our film showings.

The government allowed public cinemas to reopen from the beginning of July, with rather complicated rules regarding distancing, both in the auditoriums and entrance halls.

Our own situation is dependent on the school allowing the use of the Art’s Centre, following guidelines of distancing, and working out the feasibility of pre-showing refreshments.

We will keep you informed of any changes in the current situation.

When we do emerge, we will keep to the printed film dates, as shown on this Web site, and catch up, next year, with all those we missed. Any members who paid their membership prior to lock down will be credited for the missed months.

Meanwhile, best wishes from the whole committee. We hope to see everyone as soon as possible.

Steve Bentley. Chair TFS committee.