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CFS Playhouse Theatre Film Reactions

21 June 2021 0

The aptly named final film of our foreshortened 75th season, The Farewell, proved to be another success for the reduced number of members who ventured out to see it at The Playhouse rather than watch football on TV. The film [cont'd.]

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CFS Online Third Season – Reactions to The Humorist

21 June 2021 0

The Humorist – this film rather split the audience, but the positives outweighed the negatives with an overall score of 62.8%. Some of the comments received: A thoughtful and provocative, although satirical look of Russia. Great characterisation and writing. Excellent [cont'd.]

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CFS Online Third Season – Reactions to Sofia

20 June 2021 0

Sofia – this film from Morocco was well appreciated, with no rating below C and an overall score of 77.6%. Some of the comments received: A really excellent film showing how society reacts in different cultures. Very well done. Thought-provoking [cont'd.]

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Film Cheltenham presents – In The Bleak Midwinter

29 August 2021 0

To celebrate the birthday of Gustav Holst, Film Cheltenham are showing the excellent In The Bleak Midwinter at Cheltenham Playhouse on Tuesday 21st September at 7.00pm to also include an introduction by the films director Tony Palmer. Tickets are £10 and can [cont'd.]

Charlton Kings Film Society is showing First Man

20 August 2021 0

Charlton Kings Film Society is back, and they are showing First Man on Friday 17th September at 7.45pm, a historical biopic of the life of Neil Armstrong. This first-person account focuses on the personal sacrifices and undeniable risks he took [cont'd.]

WOW Wales One World Film Festival

20 August 2021 0

WOW Wales One World Film Festival are returning this September with ECOSINEMA, that runs at Aberystwyth Arts Centre from Thursday 16 September to Saturday 18. Then online UK-wide from Sunday 19 September to Sunday 26. This year’s ECOSINEMA theme is [cont'd.]

About CFS

CFS is Cheltenham’s membership film society. We show mostly subtitled and independent films between September and April at the Bacon Theatre in Dean Close School, Cheltenham. Admission is by annual membership subscription, but members may bring guests. The society is more than 75 years old and currently around 450 strong. Read about us here.

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