Fabulous Films for the New Year

We hope that you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year. We are really excited this year with so many great films planned, so do keep an eye on the website and also on our Facebook page for advance notice of films https://www.facebook.com/chiddingfoldcinema/ you won’t be disappointed!

January started off very well with a good turn out to Disney’s Christopher Robin on the 4th. Our next film The Children Act with the fabulous Emma Thompson is screening on 18th January and tickets have been selling well for this much in demand film.

February 1st we are showing Leave No Trace an excellent independent film by the director of Winters Bone. A really moving and beautiful film about a war veteran with PTSD and his 13 year old daughter living off grid in a massive urban park. When a jogger spots their camp and reports them to social services, derailing their idyllic paradisiacal existence.

BlacKkKlansman on 15th February. A true story about Ron Stallworth (John David Washington – son of Denzel Washington), an African American police officer from Colorado Springs, successfully manages to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan branch with the help of a Jewish surrogate who eventually becomes its leader. Directed by Spike Lee and nominated for 5 BAFTAs and 2 Golden Globes, including Best Motion Picture and Best Actor. 

There are so many good films coming out during the Spring that we are waiting for release dates on DVD, to give you a taster of some of those we are considering showing are: Crazy Rich Asians, First Man (Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong), Under The Tree (Icelandic Comedy/Drama … a must see!), Green Book (Comedy/Drama set in the deep south USA in the 1960’s), Can You Ever Forgive Me? (True story of celebrity biographer Lee Israel forced to turn to forging literary letters for a living … with the fabulous Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant)….. and so many more!!

The Golden Globe’s and the BAFTAs are all likely to feature many of the above, and also The Favourite a much talked about comedy drama with Olivia Coleman playing a frail Queen Anne which is expected to win many awards. The film though fabulous has very strong language and bawdy sex  - so sadly we are not planning on showing this as we do not want to offend! ….. unless we get enough people emailing us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. demanding it!

Book online for The Children Act and February films: Buy Tickets
Tickets are also on sale at Treacle's Tea Shop on The Green and at the interval of the cinema up to two films in advance, as well as on the door on the day.

Films are normally shown on the 1st and the 3rd Friday of each month, tickets cost £6 or £3 for under 15's where permitted.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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