A variety of films are shown in Over Haddon Village Hall.
Our film season runs from September to April each year. A list of films being shown or due to be shown can be seen below.
Once again there will be no increase in subscriptions: the cost for 8 films is £18 per person (cash or cheques made to ‘OHVH’ can be dropped at South View, Main St, Over Haddon, Bakewell DE45 1JE). Those of you who would like to just pop in occasionally can opt to use guest membership £3 per film.
Film nights are very relaxed and friendly, crisps and nibbles are supplied and the bar is open…an ideal way to finish the weekend before getting that Monday feeling.
Everyone is welcome, invite your visitors and friends
OCCASIONALLY FILM CHOICES CHANGE….PLEASE CHECK POSTERS IN VILLAGE HALL NOTICE BOARD AND ON TELEGRAPH POLES EACH MONTH.
All films start at 7.30pm with doors opening at 7.00pm
For further details of the current programme please contact Jen Foxon on 01629 812133.
Sept 16: ‘The Greatest Showman’ pg 105mins. Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams and cast. The start of Barnum’s career and his extraordinary travelling circus.
Oct 21: ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’ 12a 120mins. Released this year, and based on the best-selling novel, the story is about the relationship between a young writer who forms a life-changing bond with an eccentric group of characters when she writes about the book club they formed during the occupation of Guernsey during WW2.
Nov 18: ‘Darkest Hour’ pg 125mins. Gary Oldman, Kristin Scott Thomas. Set in May 1940, Churchill must decide whether to negotiate with Hitler or fight on knowing it could lead to humiliating defeat for Britain and it’s empire.
Dec 9: ‘Finding your Feet’ 12a 11mins. Comedy, romance with Imelda Staunton, Celia Imrie, Timothy Spall, Joanna Lumley. A middle class, judgemental snob is forced to live with her bohemian sister on an inner city council estate.
Jan 20: ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ pg 110mins. Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie. A behind the scenes look at the life of author AA Milne
Feb 17: TBA
Mar 17: ‘My Left Foot’ 15 105mins. Celebrating 30 years since it’s release. Daniel Day Lewis, Brenda Fricker. Born with cerebral palsy, Christy Brown learns to paint and write with his only controllable limb…his left foot.
Apr 21: Members’ choice
AN EXTRA FILM “JOURNEY’S END” WILL BE SHOWN ON NOVEMBER 11th TO ACKNOWLEDGE 100 YEARS SINCE THE END OF WW1.
THIS WILL BE A FREE FILM FOR THE COMMUNITY