Chorleywood Film Club celebrated its fifth anniversary last month with a sell-out screening of Journey’s End.
“Things have gone better than we dared hope,” says Club Chair, Keith Frost. “In November 2013 we held a test screening to gauge support for a community cinema. Now with 50+ feature films under our belt, well attended screenings and Chorleywood Film Festival established, the answer to our original question is clearly ‘yes’!
“And there’s a lot going on…. not least our Young Filmmakers competition with two sections, each with two age categories. Films can be from 1-5 minutes long and tell a story. Young entrants just need a smart phone/ tablet and computer.Details, tips, info and links to software apps at www.cwfilmclub.org Deadline 20 February 2019, .
NEXT SCREENING JANUARY
The Breadwinner (Cert.12) -an enchanting animated story about Parvana, an 11yr-old girl growing up under the Taliban in Afghanistan. When Parvana’s father is wrongfully arrested, she disguises herself as a boy to support her family and ultimately risks her life to discover if he is still alive. Fri 18 Jan , Memorial Hall 7.30pm for 8pm . Tickets £6 in adv CW Bookshop or at www.cwfilmclub.org