Film Nights

For the most recent big-screen movies close to home!
Sponsored by Friends of Tintern, Tintern Film Nights shows recent releases of major films using the high quality built-in projection and surround sound sytem acquired for the village hall. All films are officially licensed through
Moviola and are supplied to us on Blu-ray discs.

Show information
Shows are held on the second Friday of every month in Tintern Village Hall and start at 7.45pm, generally with trailers for forthcoming films followed by a ‘short’ and then the main feature.
Please see our current programme below.

Admission is £4.00 for adults and £2.50 for 15s and under. All tickets may be purchased on the night at the door.

Parking is available in front of and behind the Village Hall and elsewhere nearby.

Famous high quality Brookes Ice Creams are on sale at £1.50 each and teas and coffees are 50p (and a wrapped chocoloate biscuit is just 50p more). Everyone is also very welcome to bring their own wine, other drinks, and snacks. Tables can be provided on request.

Tintern Film Nights just about break even financially, and that is fine. The overall objective is to provide a great night out at the movies in a highly enjoyable community setting.
Contact
Andrew Reid
01291 689456 / 07774 726860
email
andrew.reid@huntermillerreid.co.uk

Our programme

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Friday 9th August 2019

Mary Queen of Scots

with Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan

"A full-blooded tale of personal and political rivalries told with with, flair and passion." Mark Kermode, The Observer

The film explores the turbulent life of the charismatic Mary Stuart (Ronan). Queen of France at 16 and widowed at 18, Mary defies pressure to remarry and returns to Scotland to reclaim her rightful throne. But Scotland and England fall under the rule of the compelling Elizabeth I (Robbie). Each young Queen beholds her 'sister' in fear and fascination. Rivals in power and in love, and female regents in a masculine world, the two must decide how to play the game of marriage versus independence. Determined to rule as much more than a figurehead, Mary asserts her claim to the English throne, threatening Elizabeth's sovereignty. Betrayal, rebellion, and conspiracies within each court imperil both thrones - and change the course of history.

See trailer here.
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Friday 13th September 2019

Fisherman's Friends

A fast-living, cynical London music executive heads to a remote Cornish village on a stag weekend where he's pranked by his boss into trying to sign a group of shanty singing fishermen. He becomes the ultimate 'fish out of water' as he struggles to gain the respect or enthusiasm of the unlikely boy band and their families who value friendship and community over fame and fortune. As he's drawn deeper into the traditional way of life he's forced to re-evaluate his own integrity and ultimately question what success really means.

“Embraces you like a warm sweater.” Mark Kermode, Kermode and Mayo’s Film Review

“One of the most crowd-pleasing British films of the year.” Matthew Bond, Mail Online

See trailer here.
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Friday 11th October 2019

Fighting With My Family

Born into a tight-knit wrestling family, Paige and her brother Zak are ecstatic when they get the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to try out for the WWE. But when only Paige earns a spot in the competitive training programme, she must face this new cutthroat world alone. The journey pushes her to dig deep and prove to the world that what makes her different is the very thing that can make her a star.

“Fighting With My Family is a hugely likable underdog tale, packing plenty of crowd-pleasing comedy wallop, and boasting a smack-down turn from the indomitable Florence Pugh."
Mark Kermode, Observer

“Stephen Merchant’s film about a wrestling family is a triumph, with a star turn from Florence Pugh” Robert Viglasky, The Times

See trailer here.
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Friday 8th November 2019

All Is True

There is a succinct emotional truth to All is True, whose name comes from the alternative title to Shakespeare’s final play, Henry VIII. It was during a performance of that play that a rogue cannon burnt the Globe Theatre to the ground in 1613 – and it is in the aftermath of that disaster that the film begins. Shakespeare, vowing that he is “done with stories”, returns home to his family in Stratford to live out the rest of his days. But he has been absent for so long that his arrival disrupts their life more than completes it.

“…Kenneth Branagh's witty, lovely meditation on Shakespeare's legacy.” Tim Robey, The Telegraph

“…it’s beautifully acted, richly photographed (by Zac Nicholson) and blessedly free of histrionics. Between them, Branagh and Elton have concocted a respectful story of loss, regret and wistful genius.” Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times

See trailer here.
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Friday 12th December 2019

Rocketman

“…Dexter Fletcher’s dazzling rock opera – a fantastical account of the highs and lows of Elton John’s wild-ride rise, told in frenetically full-blooded musical form all tied together by a barnstorming central performance from Taron Egerton…But for me, Fletcher is the real star of this show, a director whose enthusiasm for musical storytelling shines through every frame, hitting all the emotional high notes. I have yet to come down.” Mark Kermode, Observer

See trailer here.