The Valley Film Society

The Valley Film Society

Contact

  • 01488 72305 / 648534 / 648663.
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About Us

Based in East Garston, Berkshire, in the Lambourn valley, we offer films across a wide range of genres, including foreign subtitled, black & white classics as well as British Independents. After eight successful years, we are about to start Season Nine.

Films are shown on the first Tuesday of the month, October to July, in East Garston Village Hall at 7.30pm. Doors open 7pm.

Social club bar is open from 7pm. Orders taken at the door up to 7.20pm for food to be delivered during the interval.

Wide screen (720p) with HDMI, digital 5.1 surround sound, Blu-ray, raised seating and convivial atmosphere. Disabled access.

Membership for Season Nine (2013/14), consisting of at least 9 films, costs £28 (£25 unwaged). You can join at any film showing. You can save time by printing and filling in the membership form and bring it along.

Guests £5 per film. Call a member of the committee to come as a guest.

Season Nine Films (2013/14)

Download Season Nine Programme

Get details of all Season Nine films here. Most of our screenings use a standard BD or DVD and the classifications shown here are for that medium. Where a BD or DVD ("Video") certification is not available, the film's original theatrical rating is used. Click the IMDb and BBFC logos for more information about each film. The BBFC links are for the original theatrical releases because these usually have more detailed information about content. Timings are for the medium in use. DVD versions are, for technical reasons, always slightly shorter than the BD and theatrical versions.

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