Film Listings April 2017


Sun 23rd Situation Sounds Presents: Northern Disco Lights A film screening about the history of Norwegian dance music followed by an evening of Norwegian dance music with Situation Sounds playing the tunes. Northern Disco Lights tells the untold story of a group of teenagers in the arctic city of Tromsø, who set off a chain of events that would go on to transform their country. To escape the boredom of growing up in a remote outpost they created their own music scene, setting up radio stations, parties, building synthesizers and making tunes. Word spread as like-minded souls recognised the call to arms and inspired a generation of kids who would go on to change dance music and Norway forever. 7:30pm £5otd Click here for facebook event page (Goods Shed)

Sat 29th Prevenge plus Q&A w/ director Alice Lowe Alice Lowe, co-writer of Ben Wheatley’s Sightseers, has made her directorial debut with Prevenge, a darkly satirical slasher film in which she plays a pregnant woman who is convinced her foetus is ordering her to kill. A pitch black, wryly British comedy, Prevenge follows Ruth, a pregnant woman on a killing spree that's as funny as it is vicious. It's her misanthropic unborn baby dictating Ruth's actions, holding society responsible for the absence of a father. Struggling with her conscience, loneliness, and a strange strain of prepartum madness, Ruth must ultimately choose between redemption and destruction at the moment of motherhood. There will be a Q&A after the screening with Alice Lowe and Joe Magee, an award winning UK illustrator, artist and film maker. 7:30pm £6.50adv/£8otd Click here for facebook event page (Goods Shed)


Sun 23rd The Great Film Club: 1984 Winston Smith, a bureaucratic flunky living in a totalitarian state, breaks the law by falling in love. The lovers are tracked down by the Thought Police and ‘re-educated’ into loving the State. Starring John Hurt and Richard Burton. 8pm £6


Weds 5th The Good Grief Project: A Love That Never Dies How do we grieve? Why do we grieve? And why are we afraid of those that do grieve? A Love That Never Dies is a personal journey by two bereaved parents Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds. Their son died in a road accident in Vietnam five years ago and they now honour him with their own road trip across the USA and Mexico. On the way they meet with other families who have also lost a child. Plus Q&A with directors Jimmy Edmonds and Jane Harris. 7pm £10.79 from


Fri 7th Nailsworth Film Club: What We Do In the Shadows A mockumentary from New Zealand (the film makers obtained a special dispensation not to be eaten!), which lives up to the description ‘Best Comedy of 2014’. In present day Wellington a group of vampires share a house, squabbling about house-work and washing up and squaring up to a rival gang of reformed werewolves. Not sophisticated, not intellectual just a plain funny film to end the season! (Cert 15) Bar opens at 7:30pm/film starts at 8pm See website for membership details.


Fri 14th Wick Flix: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Easter Special screening with Eddie Redmayne starring in JK Rowling’s latest foray into the parallel world of wizardry. However, a Harry Potter film it is not! Set in 1926, a young wizard, Newt Scamander, arrives in New York with a suitcase full of extraordinary magical creatures. Unfortunately the suitcase is misplaced and their subsequent escape spells trouble.  Children aged 12 and older only with an adult please! (Cert 12A). 7:45pm £6 (includes one free drink!)