Geldeston Village Screen in association with Moviola.

Contact Brian Norman for More information or Tickets brian@ftfarm.co.uk

Films Start at 7:00pm Doors open at 6:40pm.

With new Blackout blinds - we are now able to show afternoon films - these will start at 2pm.

Tickets usually available at the door - but please check with Brian to make sure.

We are very lucky in having Geldeston Village Hall, which was built some 80 years ago with films in mind - It has a screen as part of one of the walls - high up so everyone can see.

We have recently been successful, through Grant aid (Grassroots Grants and Chet Valley Community Development Ltd), in having our own multimedia projector, sound system, and new chairs. We also have a Hearing Loop installed for those with a hearing aid that can be turned to the T setting.

If you would like to eat before the show then the Wherry Inn is just accross the road - Why not join us for a pint after the show in the pub.

All films now showing at 2pm in the afternoon with tea coffee and Cake - Raising Money for A School In The Congo

Also showing at 7:00pm in aid of Geldeston Village Hall

Films for 2017

Sept 27th

The Time of their Lives (12A)

104 mins      Comedy

Determined to gatecrash her ex-lover's funeral, former Hollywood siren Helen (Joan Collins) escapes her retirement home with the help of Priscilla (Pauline Collins), a repressed English housewife. They hit the road together in a race to get to the funeral on time, becoming entangled in a love triangle with a reclusive Italian millionaire (Franco Nero) along the way.

"Naturally there are some truly absurd plot twists, and if you were to be pedantic a fair few plot-holes to get frustrated about, but look, if you’re the sort of person who wants to see a romantic caper with Joan and Pauline Collins in it,
then you’re unlikely to leave disappointed,
for this film has been crafted specifically for this demographic."  heyuguys.com

Oct 18th
Their Finest
117 mins      Comedy/Drama

A British film crew attempts to boost morale during World War II
by making a propaganda film after the Blitzkrieg. 
Starring Gemma Arterton and Bill Nighy,
and directed by Lone Scherfig (An Education).



 Nov 29th
Whisky Galore (PG)

98 mins      Comedy

In this remake of the classic Ealing comedy,
Scottish islanders try to plunder cases of whisky from a stranded ship.

"There's a place in the world for gentle comedies,

and a place in most people's hearts for good whisky. This may not be the best you've ever tasted, but it'll warm your cockles."  Eye for Film

 

 

 

 

 
 * Part of the takings from these showing will go to “the School for Peace in Congo” details available at the film shows.