Film Nights

For the most recent big-screen movies close to home!

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

Tickets and refreshments

All purchases for tickets on the night and refreshments are made using contactless card payments.

Tickets

Online
Adult
£4.20 plus £0.35 booking fee
15 and under
£2.50 plus £0.21 booking fee
At the door
Adult
£5.00
15 and under
£3.00

Refreshments
Tea/coffee and a wrapped biscuit £1.00
Brookes Ice Cream £1.50
Sponsored by Friends of Tintern, Tintern Film Nights shows recent releases of major films using our high quality built-in projection and surround sound system. All films are officially licensed through Moviola and are supplied to us on Blu-ray discs.

Our current programme

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The outstanding Mark Rylance stars in
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPEN

Friday 12th Augst, 7.45pm, Tintern Village Hall.
Phantom of the Open is a comedy-drama telling a true story that would have to be true as no one would believe it. The subject is Maurice Flitcroft, a crane operator who took up golf at 46 after seeing it on the telly and entered the British Open in 1976, achieving the highest score ever. (‘Does that mean he’s won?’, asked his wife.) Dubbed ‘the world’s worst golfer’, he then hoaxed his way into further Opens, much to the incandescent rage of the snobbish authorities, and you’ll be rooting for him, of course.

"A British underdog comedy-drama about the world's worst golfer with lovely, warm, affectionate performances from Mark Rylance and Sally Hawkins."
Deborah Ross, Spectator

"Mark Rylance’s startlingly truthful and startlingly funny performance." Tom Shone, Sunday Times

"
It's gorgeously acted and the slapstick made me cry with laughter." Charlotte O’Sullivan, Evening Standard

See trailer here.
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Austin Butler and Tom Hanks in
ELVIS

Friday 9th September, 7.45pm, Tintern Village Hall.

"Elvis is a turned-up-to-11 treat."

Mark Kermode, Observer
The film explores the life and music of Elvis Presley, seen through the prism of his complicated relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colonel Tom Parker. The story delves into the complex dynamic between Presley and Parker spanning over 20 years, from Presley's rise to fame to his unprecedented stardom, against the backdrop of the evolving cultural landscape and loss of innocence in America. Central to that journey is one of the most significant and influential people in Elvis's life.

"None has come close to the physical, emotional, electrical energy that throbs through Austin Butler’s titular performance here."
Mark Kermode, Observer

"…as much a triumph as you could hope for, a work of controlled and sustained mad love for an artist whose story is never-ending."
Stephanie Zachary, TIME Magazine

"It’s a blast." Jonathan Romney, Uncut

See trailer here.
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Clare Dunne, Harriet Walter, Ian Lloyd Anderson and Conleth Hill in
HERSELF

Friday 14th October, 7.45pm, Tintern Village Hall.

"This is a powder-keg of a movie...ultimately, Herself will break your heart but it will also put it back together again."

Dulcie Pearce, The Sun
Set in Dublin, single mum Sandra leaves abusive partner Gary with their two young children. But she ends up stuck, struggling to make ends meet and in temporary accommodation. Inspired by one of her daughter’s bedtime stories, Sandra begins exploring the possibility of building an affordable home herself.Thanks to Peggy a woman for whom she cleans, Sandra is given a plot of land she can work on with the help of building contractor Aido and supportive friends.

"This is an inspiring tale.”
Andrew Collins, Radio Times

“With her elegant, restrained and quietly devastating performance as a headstrong yet financially struggling single-mother of two young girls, Clare Dunne is a revelation”
Tomris Laffly, RogerEbert.com

See trailer here.
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Hermione Corfield, Mark Gatiss, and Ian Will Fletcher in
THE ROAD DANCE

Friday 11th November, 7.45pm, Tintern Village Hall.
Kirsty Mcleod, is a young woman, coming of age in a small island community in the years before WW1. She dreams ofthe wider world and a life away from the harsh land and strict religion of her island home. Tragedy strikes twice, once at a village party, and once again, when her boyfriend is sent to war. Inspired by a true story, the film offers a believable window on the rhythms of Hebridean island life at the turn of the twentieth century. 

The film has won the Audience Award at the Edinburgh Film Festival.

“Two stunning central performances courtesy of Corfield and Fletcher” Linda Marric, Jewish Chronicle

"This is an effective, immersive and brilliantly-crafted tale of tragedy and resilience. Although the book is set over a century ago, Adams ensures that the film feels fresh and pertinent, delivering poignant messages with empathy and sensitivity.” George White, Cultured Vultures

See trailer here.
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Mark Rylance
with Zoey Deutch, Johnny Flynn, Dylan O'Brien, Nikki Amuka-Bird and Simon Russell Beale in

THE OUTFIT

Friday 9th December, 7.45pm, Tintern Village Hall.
From the Academy Award-winning writer of The Imitation Game (Graham Moore) comes The Outfit, a gripping and masterful thriller in which an expert tailor (Academy Award winner Mark Rylance) must outwit a dangerous group of mobsters in order to survive a fateful night.

"The role is tailor-made for Rylance, from the fastidious precision of his words and deeds, right down to the silk lining of his suits." Tom Shone, Sunday Times

“Fastidiously manufactured thrills.” Clarisse Loughrey, Independent

“ Rylance can hang another immaculate screen performance in the wardrobe.”
Danny Leigh, Financial Times

"Rylance’s heart may belong to the theatre, but the camera adores him. The old faker... he’s in a class of his own." C
harlotte O’Sullivan, London Evening Standard

“Top-tier cinema.”
Kevin Maher, Daily Telegraph

See trailer here.
Contact
Andrew Reid
01291 689456 / 07774 726860
email
andrew.reid@huntermillerreid.co.uk