The Beaconsfield Film Society has been screening films for our community since 2008 and is a not-for-profit organisation led by a dedicated volunteer committee. We show two films each month at weekends and offer a varied programme of styles from across the world, which are sometimes preceded by a short film. We try to balance mainstream cinema with award-winning and arthouse films.
The Society has about 470 members who enjoy the privilege of watching screenings in the purpose-built cinema at the National Film and Television School in central Beaconsfield. We are very grateful to the NFTS for the use of their facilities. Each year the society gives The Anthony Pickavance Bursary to a talented NFTS student nominated by NFTS.
The National Film School, as it was originally called, opened in 1971 on the site of the former Beaconsfield Studios. World-renowned, the NFTS has launched the careers of many famous directors, producers and other key players in the film industry. Through the ensuing years, the school’s reputation has grown; not just in Britain but worldwide, and it is now considered to be one of the finest film, television and new media schools in the world, annually producing a steady stream of award-winning students, graduates and alumni. Learn more about the NFTS.
Members pay a reservation charge of £6, which includes a glass of wine or soft drink, and nibbles. Guests are welcome, either accompanying a member, or by coming along on the night. Guest reservation charge is £10. Doors open at 7:15pm. Programme starts at 8pm prompt (no trailers!).
Cinema location – National Film and Television School, Station Road, Beaconsfield, HP9 1LG
We look forward to welcoming you soon at one of our screenings.