Hook Norton Film Society usually screens 13 films on Saturday nights in the Memorial Hall, Chapel Street between September and April. Each film is preceded by a supper cooked by members.
We have two pot luck supper evenings where all members provide a dish. Each year the society makes substantial contributions to local causes.
Doors open at 6.45pm, the meal is served at 7pm and the film starts at approximately 8pm after a short introduction.
We use top of the range projection and sound equipment, provide comfortable seating, and good sightlines to a large screen. We always give a warm welcome to new members.
If you don’t want to commit for the whole year, but would like to join us for the occasional supper and/or film of your choice, we’d be delighted to see you if places are available. The cost is £15 for meal and supper and £7 for the film only.
Our aim each season is to show exceptional films, many of them recently released, which represent a range of genres, countries and decades and have received outstanding reviews. Our seasons always include a number of films which have won prestigious awards at international film festivals.
Membership, covering admission to all screenings, costs £35 per person for the year. Meals are an additional £7 each which is payable on the evening. To join, please pick up a brochure from the library, or village shop and send completed membership form to the Treasurer, Paul Tranter. We offer reduced membership for students aged between 16-21. Please contact Paul for details.
For enquiries about membership email : firstname.lastname@example.org. Or telephone him on 01608 737 928.
Guests are most welcome and pay only £15 for both meal and film.
The Film Society is extremely popular so members and guests should book in advance for meals and/or films no later than 6pm on the Wednesday evening before the Saturday screening by phoning Gill White, 01608 737411.
For general enquiries, contact the Chairperson, Claire Barry on 07850 309231 or email email@example.com.