Welcome to Hitchin Films Twice A Month!

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)



LOVE Season - Ticket Info.


You can buy a LOVE season ticket and get 4 films in the season for the price of 3. Buy on a film nght or from Cherry at the Town Centre Office.


You can bring friends who have not been before and they pay half price.


Under 18’s are £2.50


Help us to spread the love of films...

Full Programme incuding

BFI LOVE season




4th - Wild Tales

10th - The Salt of the Earth

17th - It Happened One Night

20th @8pm- Mr Holmes

20th @10pm - Annie Hall

24th - Blue Velvet


1st - Timbuktu

8th - Wings of Desire


Supported by ARTS Council of North Hertfordshire


Dec 1st QMT

Dec 8th QMT

LOVE Season is here Nov 17th to Dec 8th - 4 classic films!

Season tickets available, bring a friend for free. Help us spread the love of films...Details below.

"Metropolis" -St Marys Church, Saturday Nov 28th - Online sale is now closed. Try theTown Centre office or on the door.

Timbuktu (12A) Maur/Fr 2014

A multi award winner directed by A. Sissako, this film explores the impact of religious fundamentalism on the simple life of an African village. Full of unique and remarkable images and ideas, and avoiding melodrama or cliched representations of violence, this film will surprise you and transport you to a world that we hear about in the news but that we don’t really know.


There will be a short introduction to this film and chance for a chat afterwards.


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Wings of Desire (12) Ger 1987

LOVE season ends....


Introduced by Dr Martin Brady who  teaches in the German and Film Studies Departments at King’s College London


His introduction to Wings of Desire will focus on the loves and desires of its director, Wim Wenders. The film is not only a celebration of romantic love, but also a paean to, amongst other things, Berlin, popular music, German and Austrian literature, and the director’s favourite filmmakers. As Wenders himself has put it: “everything I loved I had to defend”.


A film full of stunning images, first in black and white and then colour. Made in Berlin just before the fall of the wall some say its the best record of Berlin at that time.  Others says it's an art house classic.  An angel falls in love with a circus artist and then decides to become human. With music from Nick Cave.


Love is what makes us human....


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