Club News (10/2/2018)

Our Next Presentation: Citizen Jane: Battle For The City (PG) 

THE CRAMPHORN THEATRE, CHELMSFORD – Thursday 15th February @ 8PM

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Journalist and documentarian Tyrnauer (Valentino: The Last Emperor) turns his attention to legendary writer and urban activist Jane Jacobs and the David-and-Goliath battle she fought over urban planning in New York more than 50 years ago. The historic neighbourhoods of Greenwich Village and Little Italy are under threat from divisive and destructive ‘expressways’. Exciting and inspirational, here is a much needed lesson in how the power of the people can overcome the self-serving plans of the rich and powerful. (Read more…)

Our last presentation ‘After The Storm’

There were 31 response slips returned after the showing of this film the breakdown from these slips were as follows:

  • ‘Excellent’: 4 votes
  • ‘Very Good’: 8 votes
  • ‘Good’: 8 votes
  • ‘Satisfactory’: 3 votes
  • ‘Poor’: 2 votes

Feedback comments for “After The Storm”.

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

Half Season Membership available

As we have now reached the half way stage of the season, Membership for the remainder of our films drops to £30.  This allows you to attend all remaining 8 films at the Cramphorn Theatre, at no extra cost.  You can also invite guests for £6 per screening.

See the Membership page for details of how to join.

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.

CFC on Twitter and Facebook

To receive regular, automatic notification of our films, why not follow us on either Twitter or Facebook.  Both can be accessed via the side panel on the right.

See what Chelmsford Film Club is showing this season on the 2017/18 season page,

Club news 28-Jan

Our Next Presentation: After The Storm

THE CRAMPHORN THEATRE, CHELMSFORD – Monday 5th February @ 8PM

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Like Father, Like Son and Our Little Sister were possibly two of CFC’s most popular screenings over the last two seasons. Here is Kore-eda’s latest offering. Ryota is a novelist turned private detective, claiming that his spying on cheating couples is research for a new book, but instead his earnings fuel his addiction that disrupted his family life. A powerful typhoon is forging a path towards the city. (Read more…)

Our last presentation ‘Certain Women’

There were 31 response slips returned after the showing of this film the breakdown from these slips were as follows:

  • ‘Excellent’: 4 votes
  • ‘Very Good’: 8 votes
  • ‘Good’: 8 votes
  • ‘Satisfactory’: 3 votes
  • ‘Poor’: 2 votes

Feedback comments for “Certain Women”.

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

Membership for the 2017/18 season

Membership for our 2017/18 season will remain at £60.  This allows you to attend all 16 films at the Cramphorn Theatre, at no extra cost.  You can also invite guests for £6 per screening.

See the Membership page for details of how to join.

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.

CFC on Twitter and Facebook

To receive regular, automatic notification of our films, why not follow us on either Twitter or Facebook.  Both can be accessed via the side panel on the right.

See what Chelmsford Film Club is showing this season on the 2017/18 season page,

Club News: 30 December

Our Next Presentation: Certain Women

THE CRAMPHORN THEATRE, CHELMSFORD – TUesday “23rd January @ 8PM

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We begin the New Year with Kelly Reichardt’s sixth feature, set in the American northwest which focuses on four women whose stories are low-key and separate, but whose lives overlap and brush against each other.  The tone is intimate, drawing the viewer in with subtle, deliberately anti-dramatic observation.  Laura Dern, Michelle Williams, Lily Gladstone and Kristen Stewart feature in what might be seen as an unassuming masterpiece, even a ‘minor miracle’ as one critic has claimed.  (Read more…)

Our last presentation ‘Paterson’

There were 27 response slips returned after the showing of this film the breakdown from these slips were as follows:

  • ‘Excellent’: 8 votes
  • ‘Very Good’: 9 votes
  • ‘Good’: 8 votes
  • ‘Satisfactory’: 1 vote
  • ‘Poor’: 0 vote

Feedback comments for “Paterson”.

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

Response slips

We a trialling a redesigned version of the Response Slips which can be simply torn to indicate your opinion rather than requiring a pen or pencil to tick a box.  As much as we enjoy reading people’s comments, the rating provides an indication of how our audience rate out film selection.  Even if you have no comment to make, we urge people to return the slips on the way out.  Thank you.

Membership for the 2017/18 season

Membership for our 2017/18 season will remain at £60.  This allows you to attend all 16 films at the Cramphorn Theatre, at no extra cost.  You can also invite guests for £6 per screening.

See the Membership page for details of how to join.

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.

CFC on Twitter and Facebook

To receive regular, automatic notification of our films, why not follow us on either Twitter or Facebook.  Both can be accessed via the side panel on the right.

See what Chelmsford Film Club is showing this season on the 2017/18 season page,