A whole year of great films
There’s a year of outstanding films ahead, starting with The Duke and The King’s Choice, the top choice of our selectors. Coming are favourites such as Operation Mincemeat (pictured above), Oscar winner Nomadland, moving dramas After Love, Parallel Mothers, Emma and more.
See the full 2023 season by clicking on the link above.
We meet at 7 for 7.30pm on the last Friday in the month at Abbey Fields, Back Lane, Winchcombe GL54 5QH, with parking nearby. Members enjoy free tea or coffee, or wine at subsidised price before the show.
After a short introduction, all films, even those in English, are shown with sub-titles to aid comprehension. We try to make it easy to make friends, and to introduce any newcomers. First-timers are welcome without obligation, paying £2.50 to cover the cost of refreshments.
Here’s how to join
Membership costs just £30 or pro rata and lasts until the end of 2023.
With a cinema on your doorstep – why travel further?
You can join now by paying your subscription via BACS, giving your name as a reference. For details of how to do this, click on Contact us in the menu above, or just come and join on the night.
Free library now
exceeds 200 titles
The WFS DVD lending library – free to members – now has even more choice, with nearly 200 great films to choose from, including recently shown ones you might have missed.
Latest additions include many classic titles in a wide range of styles, including The Big Sleep, The Longest Day, Cider with Rosie, Braveheart and Roman Holiday.
More recent releases include Olivia Coleman’s Oscar-winning performance in The Favourite, social dramas like The Kindergarten Teacher, the acclaimed war drama Hotel Rwanda, biopics based on the lives of Laurel and Hardie (pictured), Liberace, Elton John, Judy Garland and ballet dancer Carlos Acosta, and classics from Metropolis to Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.
Click on WFS library in the menu above for details.