in rural Nottinghamshire  

MAPLEBECK FILMS proudly present

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Film shows for children in 2017

We also show films for children on Sunday afternoons at 3.00pm and these are free. So bring the children or grandchildren along.

Film shows for adults in 2017

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Terms and conditions

If you turn up on the night the charge is £5; but if you want to splash out, you can see all ten for only £35.
£5 (Free under 18) Call Derek on 01636 636421 or
Programme Dates and Synopses
(Several appear in the recent BBC 100 best films in the 21st Century)

Tuesday 11th April 2017 at 7.30pm
     The Social Network     12
The stunning tale of a new breed of cultural insurgent: a punk genius who sparked a revolution and changed the face of human interaction for a generation, and perhaps forever. The film superbly chronicles the formation of Facebook and the battles over ownership that followed the website’s unfathomable success.  BBC no. 27

Tuesday 9th May 2017 at 7.30pm
     Jindabyne       15
This multi award-winning film is the follow-up to director Ray Lawrence’s critically acclaimed “Lantana”. In the Australian outback, a group of men on a fishing trip discover an Aboriginal girl’s naked body in a river. They delay reporting their gruesome find until after the trip, but return home to find themselves in conflict with the police, their families and each other.

Tuesday 20th June 2017 at 7.30pm
     The Big Short      15
For two years a small band of US investment bankers foresaw what was going to happen in the global financial meltdown of 2008. Based on their true story this is an amazing insight into what the big banks, media and government refused to countenance. Sub-prime mortgages, junk bonds, CDO’s etc. It’s one hell of a story that needs to be understood.

Tuesday 18th July 2017 at 7.30pm
     The Bridge of Spies      PG
Steven Spielberg, with the Coen Brothers help, brings every strange turn to vivid and tactile life in this true complex Cold War story of the 1962 exchange of U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers for Soviet agent Rudolph Abel (Mark Rylance), negotiated by James Donovan  (Tom Hanks). So that’s what really happened!

Posted 27 September 2016 DVS

All screenings are held at the Village Hall in Maplebeck, which is diagonally opposite the Church on the main street, a banner is displayed at the front of the building.

You do not have to book a to see the films - just turn up - we will be pleased to see you.

Terms and conditions.
- All films are advertised and subject to adverse weather conditions. If there is a power cut or anything untoward that may prevent a screening then the Village Hall in Maplebeck Management Committee will do all in their power to rectify the situation, BUT they will not be liable for any loss, for example: travel costs or inconvenience incurred.
If in doubt please call 01636 636421 to confirm.

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