Films start at 8pm.
Tickets (£5) on the door from 7.30pm.
20 tickets are available to pre-book online for each film.
Films are at the Queen Mother Theatre (QMT) or Market Theatre (MT)
March 3rd - A Story of Children And Film (MT)
March 25th - Boyhood (QMT)
Apr 7th-The Homesman (MT)
Apr 15th-Two Days One Night (QMT)
May - 5th - to be confirmed
May 13th - Tracks (QMT)
June 2nd - Jimmy's Hall (MT)
June 17th - Hundred Foot Journey (QMT)
July 13th to 18th - Hitchin Festival Films 6 nights (QMT)
Supported by ARTS Council of North Hertfordshire
Dir: Pavel Pawlikowski
In 1962, Anna is about to take vows as a nun when she learns from her only relative that she is Jewish. Both women embark on a journey to discover their family story and where they belong.
Empathetically written, splendidly acted, and beautifully photographed this is a haunting and beautiful film. Shot in monochrome. Best film at London film festival in 2013 and on all the lists for best of 2014! One to see.
Dir: Ken Loach
An impassioned documentary about how the spirit of unity which buoyed Britain during the war years carried through to create a vision of a fairer, united society.
This film is sure to make you think, or provoke you or remind you of your Grandad telling you how things used to be. Not to be missed!
Dir: David Fincher. Starring: Rosamund Pike, Ben Affleck
Based on Gillian Flynn’s best-selling 2012 novel which uses a page-turning plot line about the sudden disappearance of a smart, pretty, married woman called Amy Elliott-Dunne (Rosamund Pike).
Fincher’s film whips up a storm. Along the way there’s a twist in the road and a bloody conspiracy. Nodding freely to everything from Fatal Attraction, to Alfred Hitchcock’s Suspicion. One to enjoy. In case you missed it-very well received.