Moorland Community Cinema

The Moorland Community Cinema at the St Breward Institute & War Memorial Hall (Memorial Hall), is usually open on the first Saturday afternoon of the month.  Showing mainly classic films with the occasional recent releases.  Annual Membership £2. Admission Donations:  Members £4,  Visitors £5, Under 16’s £4 Admission donations include refreshments

The cinema is currently run by the Trustees of St Breward Institute & War Memorial Hall.  More information from Veronica Stansfield 01208 850727

The cinema is licenced by The Motion Picture Licencing Corporation (MPLC) and a member of The BFI Neighbourhood Cinema, Cinema for All and Film Hub South West & West Midlands (SW&WM)

Doors open 1.30pm for a 2pm start.  We would appreciate bookings in advance.  Folloing the Film Tea and Cake are served in the Reading Room

Saturday 28th May

The Book Thief  (2013) 12A Directed by Brian Percival Starring Sophie Nelisse, Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson, and Noco Liersch

In 1938, young orphan Liesel, arrives at the home of her new foster parents, Hans and Rosa.  When Hans, a kindly housepainter, learns that Liesel cannot read, he teaches the child the wonders of the written language. Liesel grows to love books, even rescuing one from a Nazi bonfire. Though Liesel’s new family barely scrape by, their situation becomes even more precarious when they secretly shelter a Jewish boy whose father once saved Hans’ life

2022 List of Films                                                                                                              Little Women (2019) Mrs Lowry & Son (2019), Fishermen’s Friends (2019), Sorry We Missed You (2019), The Book Thief (2013), Hot Fuzz (2007, The Greatest Showman (2017), Belfast (2021), The Way We Were (1973), Downton Abbey (2019)

2021 List of Films                                                                                                             In line with Goverment guidelines, the Cinema closed in March 2020.The only film shown is 2020 was Inn of the Sixth Happiness

2019 Film Programme                                                                                                  The Mercy (2017), Darkest hour (2017), The Post (2017, Woman in Gold (2015), 3 Days of the Condon (1975), Mama Mia (2008), The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Society (2018), The Shell Seekers (2006), The Queen (2006), The Imitation Game (2014), The Scent of a Woman (1992), Summer in February (2013),  Paddington (2014)

2018  Fuilm Programme                                                                                          Hidden Figures (2016),  I Daniel Blake (2016), Fences (2016), The Wind that shakes the Barley (2006), Schindlers List (1993), West Side Story (1961), On Golden Pond (1981), Where Angel’s Fear to Tread (1991), The Dressmaker (2015), Far from the Madding Crowd (1967), Becket (1964), Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017), Nurse Edith Cavell (1939), Miracle on 34th Street (1994)

2017  Film Programme                                                                                                Miss Potter (2006), The BFG (2016), Eye in the Sky (2015), The Railway Man (2013), Trolls (2016), To Kill a Mocking Bird (1962), Eye in the Sky (2015), Ladies in Lavender (2004), The Pianist (2002), Monty Python’s Life of Brian (1979), Florence Foster Jenkins (2016), Saving Grace (2000), This Happy Breed (1944), The Last Emperor (1988), Ernest & Ethel (2016), Cabaret (1972). Gosford Park (2001), Monty’ Pylon’s ‘Life of Brian’ (1979), Love & Friendhsip (2016), To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

2016 Film Programme                                                                                                       Rear Window (1954),  Dr Zhivago (1965), The Philadelphia Story (1940).  The Grapes of Wrath, (1950), The Lady in the Van (2015), Casablanca (1942), 12 Year’s a Slave (2014), Whistle Down the Wind (1962), The Lion in Winter (1968), My Fair Lady (1964), 12 Angry Men (1957), Up the Junction (19680), Bridge of Spies ( 2016), Monty Python and The Holy Grail (1970), The Best Year’s of Our Lives (1947), Stairway to Heaven (1956)

2015  List of Films   Cinema opened in Autumn 2015                                               Ghost Train (1960), Rebecca (1940), Moonfleet (1955), The Quatermass Experiment (1954)


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