Films start at 8pm.
Tickets (£5) on the door from 7.30pm.
A number of tickets are available to pre-book online for each film.
Films are at the Queen Mother Theatre (QMT) or Market Theatre (MT)
9th - Still Alice
13th -Dangerous Moonlight
25th - Far From The Madding Crowd
6th - Black Coal, Thin Ice
20th - Whiplash
4th - Wild Tales
10th - The Salt of the Earth
20th - Mr Holmes
1st - Timbuktu
Supported by ARTS Council of North Hertfordshire
Dr. Alice Howland (Julianne Moore) is a renowned linguistics professor at Columbia University when words begin to escape her. Moore gives a performance rich in grace, sympathy and insight. Still Alice is based on the 2007 Lisa Genova novel, and earned a deserved best performance Oscar through its depiction of Howland’s heart breaking transformation.
The film's musical score features Richard Addinsell’s Warsaw Concerto which will be performed live by leading London-based pianist John Paul Ekins in a pre-showing presentation followed by a screening of the 1941 movie introduced by the director’s nephew.
In the midst of World War II, Polish musician Stefan and shell-shocked pilot (Anton Walbrook) meets American journalist Carole (Sally Gray) as the Nazis are marching into Poland. Though both are forced to flee the Germans, they fall in love. Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary 1940-2015.
Doors and bar from 6.30pm, starts 7.30pm. Tickets £10 from Benslow Music on 01462 459446 www.benslowmusic.org
The latest version of the Thomas Hardy classic. Carey Mulligan, ably supported by Michael Sheen, shines in this adaptation by Danish director Vinterberg as a strong and intelligent woman trying to control her destiny in a man’s world.