20 July 2019TULLYNESSLE HALL FILM CLUB - SPECIAL EVENT!
The film club has managed to arrange a special showing of a new North East set documentary about salmon netting along with a Q & A with the film makers:
OF FISH AND FOE
The Pullars are one of the last families using traditional methods to fish for wild Atlantic salmon off the coast of Scotland. When these methods involve killing seals, the salmon’s natural predators, conflict erupts. Animal activist groups Sea Shepherd and Hunt Saboteurs oppose the Pullars at every turn, despite the legality of the fishermen’s actions and the consequences to their livelihood. Challenging preconceptions, this ambiguous doc puts modern environmentalism under the microscope
The film is showing briefly at the Belmont at the end of July, but if you are interested please wait and come along to Tullynessle Hall on Sunday 15th September at 7.30 pm and join us then. A great chance to ask questions and hear the film makers talk. This will not be part of the usual film club season and an entry fee of £5 on the door will apply to all.
20 July 2019COMMUNITY FILM NIGHTS AT TULLYNESSLE HALL
The new season of Community Film Nights at Tullynessle Hall begins on:
Friday 20th September at 7:30pm
The film to be shown is:
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY (Cert 12A)
(2018; 134 mins)
Directed by: Bryan Singer, and starring Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwylium Lee.
This is a biographical drama about Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of the rock band, The Queen
Doors open at 7:00pm. Admission is £5 on the door. Refreshments (Tea, Coffee, Juice, Biscuits and Popcorn) will be available but feel free to BYOB. For details of future Community Film Nights see the web page under 'Whats On' (Click here)
20 July 2019TULLYNESSLE HALL FILM CLUB - THE NEW, 2019-20 SEASON BEGINS!......
The new season of Tullynessle Hall Film Club presentations gets underway on:
THURSDAY 10TH OCTOBER, 7:30PM
The film to be shown is:
GREEN BOOK (Cert. 12A)
(USA; 2019; 130 mins)
Directed by Peter Farrelly , and starring Mahershala Ali, Linda Cardelini & Viggo Mortensen.
This is the heart-warming, true story of Tony Lip, set in America in 1962. Lip was a working class Italian-American who became chauffeur to Dr Don Shirley, a highly educated, African Amercan classical pianist
Doors open at 7:00pm. Admission is £5 on the door. (Full season membership is £36 giving free admission to all 12 film nights and access to the club's library of DVDs). Refreshments (Tea, Coffee and biscuits) will be available but fell free to BYOB! And why not stay on afterwards and have a sit, a drink, and a chat about the film and other things!
Tullynessle Hall Film Club is a memeber of:
in association with:
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