Welcome to the Chorleywood Film Club’s website!
Here you will find out everything you need to know about the Club’s screenings, the Film Festival and Special Events. We look forward to meeting you soon!
Chorleywood Film Festival 7-10th March 2019
Planning has begun for the third annual Chorleywood Film Festival. Once again we’ll be combining with Chorleywood Bookshop to bring you a programme of films worth seeing and events worth attending.
Stay tuned for further details in the coming months….!
MINI MOVIE MAKERS & YOUNG FILMMAKERS COMPETITION 2019
NEXT FILM SCREENINGS (EVERY 3RD FRIDAY OF THE MONTH)
FRIDAY 18 JANUARY , 8pm – “THE BREADWINNER”
FRIDAY 15 OF FEBRUARY, 8pm – “THE CHILDREN ACT”
FOR ALL THE FILM SCREENING DATES OF THE SEASON 2018-2019 PLEASE CLICK HERE
Top Director Becomes Our Patron
David Yates, the UK’s most successful film director, has agreed to become the Club’s – and Chorleywood Film Festival’s – patron.
Also a writer and producer, David’s directing credits include the BBC ‘s mini series State of Play and Channel 4’s mini series Sex Traffic’ . His films include The Girl in the Café (2005), the last 4 films in the Harry Potter series – starting with Harry Potter and the Order of The Phoenix (2007), The Legend of Tarzan (2016) and Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them (2016). His latest film, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is due to be released in UK cinemas this November.
Ultimate Destinations To Continue Sponsorship
Great news! Ultimate Destinations – the village’s independent specialists in luxury holidays and cruises – will be continuing their sponsorship of the Club and our activities.
Confirming the news, the firm’s Alan Haynes commented, “We’ve been really delighted to work with Chorleywood Film Club & Chorleywood Bookshop in providing a great facility for the local community. We have utilised our social media platforms to help promote the Club’s regular screenings & the Annual Film Festival and Ultimate Destinations are pleased to renew our sponsorship of the Chorleywood’s community cinema to enable them to continue their good work.”