I believe that in the village and surrounding area there are people well below retirement age who might like to see a film at the hall. If you are a child, or an adult with children, or responsible for children, anywhere in or around Wootton I’d like to hear from you.
- What film(s) would you like to see? The catalogue of films we can license for the hall is on FilmBank – use the search box or categories to find suitable titles
- How many children would you bring along?
- What ages would they be?
- What day or time would work best for you?
We would like to reduce the regular ticket price to make this affordable for a whole family, once we know the demand (if any) for screenings we can figure out a way to cover the license cost.
Just reply to this email (or use the Contact form on the website) and let me know – with your input and support this can easily happen. Below are a random selection of younger persons films – many more are available.
The regular film season will resume soon once I make an effort to book dates. At the moment the titles I will bring to the screen include:
- Finding Your Feet
- The Father (but not able to license this yet)
- Knives Out
- The Lives of Others
- How Can You Mend a Broken Heart (Bee Gees)
Best wishes, Bill Hodgson