Film Club Voting Update

At Film Club HQ we have used a vast automated computer brain to combine the paper and on-line votes. As of now, the way the voting looks is below. I’ve highlighted in grey the top scores in each column.

The scoring for each film is weighted like this:

  • Must see = +2
  • Maybe = +1
  • Not really = -1
  • No way = -2

Combined the scores received on paper forms, and those from the on-line poll we see that the highest combined score is the Guernsey Potato Peeling Society, followed by Three Billboards, Chesil Beach and Christopher Robin.

Call Me By Your Name was voted on by 16 people which reduces the significance of the combined score, as less people had an opinion on that film. Butch Cassidy got a score of +18 but had 21 people voting compared to the 16 for Call Me By Your Name.

VOTE NOW PLEASE – FINAL SCORES WILL BE TAKEN THIS WEEKEND.

 

Background information on all the films is on the film club page here

Date schedule

The new provisional date schedule is below, subject to confirmation of availability of the hall. The dates are now on Mondays, given that most people felt they wanted to watch TV on a Sunday night!

Sub-titles

One follow-up was whether we could show films with an additional screening with and without sub-titles. Having checked, this would be regarded by Film Bank as two screenings and move the price from £83 to £154. It would also mean opening the hall twice and the volunteers running the film twice which I think is something to consider in future months once we know how much support we get for the club.

Volunteers

Those that added their name to the volunteers sheet – can you please email me and confirm the dates from the above you are able to help out?

Don’t Forget

VOTE NOW PLEASE – FINAL SCORES WILL BE TAKEN THIS WEEKEND.

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