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 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.


£4.20 plus £0.35 booking fee
15 and under
£2.50 plus £0.21 booking fee
At the door
15 and under

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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Steven Spielberg's fabulous new interpretation of

Friday 13th May, 7.45pm, Tintern Village Hall.
Directed by Steven Spielberg at his most masterful, with a smartly-conceived screenplay by Tony Kushner and crisp new choreography by Justin Peck, the film honours the production's roots while giving it a 21st-Century sensibility. Full of energy, wit, passion and tragedy, looking backward and forward at once, it is one of the most moving films of the year. Twirling and leaping down the mean streets of the New York's Upper West Side, the Sharks and Jets are still the most balletic punks ever.

"Spielberg has created his own miracle, a film for today that embraces all that is sublime in its incomparable source."
Caryn James, BBC

"Spielberg's finest film in 20 years, and a new milestone in the career of one of our greatest living directors."
Robbie Collin, The Telegraph

"His mastery of technique is thrilling; I gave my heart to this poignant American fairytale of doomed love." Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

See trailer here.
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A film straight from Kenneth Branagh's own experience

Friday 10th June, 7.45pm, Tintern Village Hall.
BELFAST is a movie straight from Branagh's own experience. A nine-year-old boy must chart a path towards adulthood through a world that has suddenly turned upside down. His stable and loving community and everything he thought he understood about life is changed forever but joy, laughter, music and the formative magic of the movies remain.

"Possibly the most uplifting film ever made about a time of unending violence, Kenneth Branagh's Belfast comes with a bruised heart and an unquenchable spirit of optimism".
Philip De Semlyen, Time Out

"A scintillating Troubles-era coming-of-age tale." Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

"I loved it." Charlotte O’Sullivan, Evening Standard

"It lights up the dark…" Danny Leigh, Financial Times

"Thumping Van Morrison anthems crown every emotional highlight." David Sexton, The New Statesman

See trailer here.
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Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren excel in

Friday 8th July, 7.45pm, Tintern Village Hall.
"I could watch this film – starring a wholly loveable Jim Broadbent – all day every day." Deborah Ross, The Spectator

An old-fashioned British comedy caper that is plainly lovely and a joy. Based on a true story, it’s an account of the 1961 theft of a Goya painting from the National Gallery, stars Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren, and is directed by Roger Michell (of Notting Hill fame). Many films have all their ducks in a row yet are somehow disappointing, but this is perfect, capturing the spirit and joie de vivre of the old Ealing comedies.

"Britain hasn't lost the ability to make films like this after all. We've had it stashed in the back of the wardrobe all along." Robbie Collin, Telegraph

"Throughout everything Broadbent is astounding, both foolish and infuriating, but also deeply sympathetic." Kevin Maher, Times

"Broadbent is terrific." Mark Kermode, Observer

"Jim Broadbent is priceless…" Charlotte O’Sullivan, Evening Standard

See trailer here.
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The outstanding Mark Rylance stars in

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.
Andrew Reid
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