Current Film Season

Current film season

Our film season of entertaining and thought-provoking films runs from September to August. 

Including double bills and our Oscars night that is 17 films and membership for the season still only costs £25! This includes free entry to all films as well as priority booking for live events.

While we have only a limited number of membership places available, guests are welcome to join us for any of the films on the night.

You can follow us on Twitter (@TideswellCinema) and Facebook or join our mailing list (by entering your details in the sidebar to the left) to receive updates on our current film season as soon as they’re available, together with information on membership and our live arts programme of events from the National Theatre and the Royal Opera House.

Films are free to members, £4.00 to guests/visitors.

A two page programme detailing the films in the half season from September to February can be downloaded here – Film Programme.

All screenings take place at The George Inn, Tideswell at 7.30pm.

2017 – 2018 Film Season

LA LA Land

28 September @ 19:30

This magical old school romance traces the fortunes of aspiring actress Mia and ambitious jazz player Sebastian as their dreams of success begin to come to fruition – along with the problems that soon unfold. Starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, the film was a huge hit at the 2017 Academy Awards, and is described […]

Chinatown

26 October @ 19:30

Starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway and directed by Roman Polanski, this classic thriller is the story of Private Detective Jake Gittes, who specialises in matrimonial cases. Hired by the beautiful Evelyn Mulwray to spy on her husband, he is plunged into a complex web of deceit, including murder and municipal corruption. The film won […]

Bicycle Thieves (Italian with subtitles)

30 November @ 19:30

In post war Italy, a struggling working class man at last gets a good job, for which he needs his bicycle. But then it is stolen. The desperate father and his plucky young son set out to find it, combing the streets of Rome. The film was granted an Academy Honorary Award in 1950, was […]

Beauty And The Beast

14 December @ 19:30

Belle, an independent young woman and lover of books, bravely takes her father’s place and becomes the prisoner of an ugly ‘beast’. The age old story is enchanting, the production is magical. This wonderful fairy tale has been newly adapted, with a dazzlingly star studded cast. Emma Watson and Dan Stevens take the main roles, […]

Winter Double Bill & Meal

13 January, 2018 @ 16:00 - 21:30

First up is Death in Venice (1973). An intense and moving portrayal of tortured composer Gustave Aschenbach (loosely based on Mahler). Set in the early twentieth century, he is a frail middle-aged man in ill health who travels to Venice to seek rest after a period of artistic and personal stress. He is fascinated by […]

Lion

25 January, 2018 @ 19:30

This is the true, powerful story of a young five year old boy from a happy rural family in India who becomes lost in Calcutta, 1500 miles from home. Eventually he is adopted by an Australian couple and grows up in Tasmania, surrounded by love but haunted by memories of his early life. After twenty […]

Manchester By The Sea

22 February, 2018 @ 19:30

After the sudden death of his older brother, Lee, played by Casey Affleck, is made legal guardian of his 16 year old nephew. He returns to his hometown and is forced to deal with a tragic past that had separated him from family and community. This ‘beautifully and richly textured drama’ received numerous award nominations, […]