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TPH Film Programme 2013/14

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Thornbury Picture House believes that a good film deserves to be seen on a large screen with good sound and in the presence of a sizeable audience to build the atmosphere and heighten the emotions.

You can watch films at home any time, but watching on a local wide screen is an altogether different experience.

Non-members are very welcome.

Patrons who are not paid-up members of TPH, and guests of members, may purchase tickets, subject to availability, at the desk on club nights' priced at £5.00. Admission is subject to the Film Classification Certificate.

 

 

 

 

Have you ever wanted to leave the car at home and walk to a local film venue, one with a warm friendly atmosphere, where you can chat about the film afterwards with your friends?

We did, so we decided to create a film club: Our club name, Thornbury Picture House (TPH) , was inspired by the old cinema (1919-1959) in the High Street, which was renowned for being the social hub of Thornbury. We are now looking forward to our 8th season, just take a look at our programme and we have a strong membership base to take the club forward. We meet usually once a month, for the last 3 years in the historic Cossham Hall, Chapel Street, Thornbury, BS35 2BJ.

Email us at films@thornburypicturehouse.org if you have a comment or suggestion for the committee.

TPH News

Voting closed for the Members' Choice ballot on 31 March 2014. The availability of the winning title and the screening rights have been checked. The film to be screened on June 13 will be "The Spirit of the Beehive."
Click on Members' Choice 2014 for the ballot results in detail and the subsequent licensing issues.

Our next screening on 25 April is "Even the Rain", a powerful story set in South America where a local actor with a crucial role in a feature film of Christopher Colombus' travels is a key player in a modern conflict centred on the exploitation of natural resources.

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