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23 response slips were returned after the film:
- ‘Excellent’: 12 votes
- ‘Very Good’: 6 votes
- ‘Good’: 2 votes
- ‘Satisfactory’: 2 votes
- ‘Poor’: 1 vote ...
Feedback for our previous presentation:

"Hail Caesar!"

2016/17 Season: "The Assassin" Dir: Hsiao-Hsien Hou
Taiwan/China (2015)
Cert 12A
1h 45min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "Black Mountain Poets" Dir: Jamie Adams
UK (2015)
Cert 12A
1h 25min
2016/17 Season: "The Club" Dir: Pablo Larraín
Chile (2015)
Cert 18
1h 38min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "The Commune" Dir: Thomas Vinterberg
Denmark (2016)
1h 51min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "The Daughter" Dir: Simon Stone
Austraila (2014)
Cert 15
1h 36min
"Dheepan" 2016/17 Season: Dir: Jacques Audiard
France (2016)
Cert: 15
1h 55min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "Marshland" Dir: Alberto Rodríguez
Spain (2014)
Cert 15
1h 45min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "Mia Madre" Dir: Nanni Moretti
Italy (2015)
Cert 15
1h 46min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "Mustang" Dir: Deniz Gamze Ergüven
France/Turkey (2015)
Cert 15
1h 37min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "Our Little Sister" Dir: Hirokazu Koreeda
Japan (2015)
Cert PG
2h 08min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "Ran" Dir: Akira Kurosawa
Japan (1985)
Cert 12A
2h 42min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "Sing Street" Dir: John Carney
Ireland (2016)
Cert 12A
1h 46min
2016/17 Season: "Son of Saul" Dir: László Nemes
Hungary (2015)
Cert 15
1h 47min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "Tale of Tales" Dir: Matteo Garrone
Italy (2015)
Cert 15
2h 13min
2016/17 Season: "Tangerines" Dir: Zaza Urushadze
Estonia/Georgia (2015)
Cert 15
1h 27min
Subtitles
2016/17 Season: "A War" Dir: Tobias Lindholm
Denmark (2015)
Cert 15
1h 55min
Subtitles

Our Next Presentation: TBA

The 2016/17 season (our 29th) will start in September (the date of the first screening has yet to be agreed) and continue through to June 2017.  As soon as dates have been finalised with Chelmsford City Council, the Home and Next Season pages will be updated with the details.

The 16 films selected by the committee (subject to agreement with the distributors) are listed on the Next Season page – and the slide show above.  These details will be amended throughout the summer as details are confirmed.

Our last presentation ‘Hail Caesar!’

Firstly, please except my sincerest apologies for the errors that appeared for the details of this film on the Film Club pages and any confusion that arose by the wrong dates given. If this caused anyone to miss the film, I am truly sorry.

We had 23 members and guests returned the response slips following the showing of this film, the breakdown was as follows:

  • ‘Excellent’:  12 votes
  • ‘Very Good’: 6 votes
  • ‘Good’: 2 votes
  • ‘Satisfactory’: 2 votes
  • ‘Poor’: 1 vote

Read the audience feedback on this film

If you want to add further comments on this film, you are welcome to do so by joining in on our “Hail Caesar!” discussion forum.

Your opinion counts

As well as filling in the Response Slips following the showing of each film, you can leave comments for any of the films we have shown via the Discussion page.

Membership for the 2016/17 season

This season has proved to be a turning point for the Club. Our current membership numbers and the increasing costs of hiring the Cramphorn Theatre – £834, at least, now added for VAT charges thanks to the HMRC ruling – coupled with the license fees for showing the films, means that our subscription of £50 will not meet the costs of running the programme for the coming season. The Club cannot run into debt! To address this, we have calculated that we can afford to show 16 films if the subscription for members is £60 and the membership stays at 121, which it has been this season. And there’s the rub! We do need at least 121 members, again, to make the Club viable for another season. Therefore, so that we might have a clearer picture as to where we are going, it would be a great help to those of us who organise the programme if you could renew your membership as soon as possible or, alternatively, let us know as soon as you can if you are NOT going to join again. More than 121 members would be great, and might result in a small, healthy surplus. The more members, the more films we can show. We have been optimistic, would love to take the Club to even a 30th year (!!) but depend on current members joining again, bringing guests along (the guest ticket remains at £6) and bringing in some new members: friends, family and neighbours! Spread the word!

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See what Chelmsford Film Club is showing this season on the 2016/17 season page,  or visit the archive pages for details of past seasons.

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