Oswestry Film Society’s new season starts in September and features some of the best reviewed films of the year
Oswestry Film Society’s new season starts on September 3rd and features some of the best reviewed films of the year including two recent world cinema highlights, some overlooked modern films, and one of Barack Obama’s favourite films of 2018!
The Society shows films on the first and third Tuesday of each month, starting with a retelling of Cyrano de Bergerac , Old Boys, on Tuesday September 3rd.
Michael Hudson from the society said:
“As always our new season brings you the films you didn’t know you wanted to see, we have small scale British comedy, a gripping documentary and an A-Z of great actors including Robert Redford and Mads Mikkelsen. To end our season we have a surprise Christmas film, announced just before the screening starts.”
Alex Lawther, star of Black Mirror and The Imitation Game stars in the comedy Old Boys, set in a Public School in the 1980s, we also have recent drama Styx, where a lone yachtswoman has to try and save refugees from a sinking boat in the Atlantic. Sneakers is an underrated Hollywood thriller with Robert Redford, Ben Kingsley and Sidney Poitier, and we’re very pleased to be screening Obama’s recommendation Support The Girls, set over one day in an American sports bar. Our final film in the season on December 17th is a very different kind of Christmas film that we guarantee will put a smile on your face.”
A season ticket covering all 8 films is available for just £28 and on the door tickets are available at £7 per film.
“The Season tickets work out at just £3.50 a film and many of our members often mention how much they enjoy watching films they wouldn’t otherwise come to.” added Michael
For more information on the society, visit the website at www.oswestryfilmsociety.com or find us on Facebook.