Petite Maman (U) (S)

Petite Maman (U) (S)

Saturday 13th August 2022

A film with a big heart, happy and sad by turns but smiles win. Nelly

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Belfast (12A)

Belfast (12A)

Saturday 23rd July 2022

A young boy and his working-class Belfast family experience the tumultuous late 1960s.  A young

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King Richard (12A)

King Richard (12A)

Saturday 9th July 2022

Richard Williams is determined to write his two daughters, Venus and Serena, into the history

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Stillwater (15)

Stillwater (15)

Saturday 25th June 2022

Defeated by unemployment and the ghosts of the past, Bill Baker, an unemployed oil-rig worker

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Future Films

Doors open at 7:15pm for pre-screening refreshments. Programme starts at 8pm prompt (no trailers!).

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Members £6; Guests £10; Students £3 (12+ years). Price includes a glass of wine or soft drink.

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The Beaconsfield Film Society

The society screens films twice a month at weekends in the comfort of the National Film and Television School cinema in central Beaconsfield. The NFTS cinema has state of the art facilities: Dolby Atmos 7.1 surround sound; Sony 4k projection; air conditioning; seats with plenty of legroom and excellent view.

To reserve seats for a film you need to become a member. Alternatively you can come along on the night as a guest. Doors open 7:15pm. Programme starts 8pm prompt (no trailers!). Wheelchairs can be accommodated but prior notice is required. The cinema has a hearing loop.

Parking is available in Grove Road which is directly opposite NFTS. Limited parking is available in front of the main NFTS building. If you are a blue badge holder, parking reservations can be made by contacting the BFS administrator using the Contact Us form.

We look forward to welcoming you soon at one of our screenings.

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Annual Membership is £22 (direct debit), £25 (card/cheque/cash), £5 student (16 or over)
The year runs from 1st April to 31st March.
Annual price reduces by 25% on 1st July, 1st October, 1st January.

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Age limit: For membership is 16+ years; For ticket sales is 12+years subject to film certificate.

We have a Welcome Table at every screening manned by a volunteer so there will always be someone to chat to.

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