Warkworth Community Cinema

Contact - Mike Kilkenny. Tel: 01665 710180. Email: woodend.kilkenny @ gmail.com

The Community Cinema meets on the first Saturday of each month at 19:30. It started in 2010 with "A Passage to India" and continues to provide a mix of Mainstream and World Cinema. An entrance donation of £4 is encouraged and goes to support the maintenance/development of the Hall. Refreshments are available in the Supper Room, with profits being donated to charity.

1st September 2018: A gastronomic double Bill

6th October 2018: Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017) - Martin McDonagh. R. 1Hr 55 Min. American. Crime/Drama. Starring Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell. A determined mother, John Wayne in a boiler suit, is seeking justice for her murdered daughter. She puts up road signs to goad the police into more action but the law do not take kindly to the provocation and the townsfolk are on their side. The film is fast moving and breathlessly entertaining with a masterful script that spins effortlessly from the funny to the tragic and back again. Once more, this director explores the good that is in the worst of us and the bad which is in the best of us.

3rd November 2018: Graduation (2016) - Christian Mungiu. R. 2 Hr 8 Min. French/Rumanian. English sub-titles. Crime/Drama. Starring Adrian Titieni, Maria Dragas and Lia Bugnar. A film about compromises and parental roles. Set in Eastern Europe, a physician father struggles with his ambition to help his bright daughter win a scholarship to study abroad in England and escape the endemic corruption which pervades their small town. As favours and obligations stack up, he has to compromise with his long-held ideals. Does the end justify the means.

1st December 2018: Paddington 2 (2017) - Paul King. PG. 1Hr 43 Min. English. Animation/Adventure/Comedy. Starring Ben Whishaw, Hugh Grant and Hugh Bonneville. Paddington 2 picks up with the jovial bear happily ensconced in the Brown family in Windsor Gardens where he has become a popular member of the community, spreading joy and marmalade everywhere he goes. A sweet natured, thoroughly enjoyable sequel which is heart-warming fare for all the family.