The North West Theatre Company Film Club launched this week with the announcement of the first six month program. Sunday July 24 will be the first session screening followed by a monthly movie program on the last Sunday of each month. Most screening will commence in the late afternoon.
NWTC President, John Wearne said, "we aim to engage our members with a fascinating and stimulating series of cinematic treats with added value from the culinary expertise of our members.”
"We begin with the classic film that many have rated as the best ever made, Orson Welles’ ‘Citizen Kane’, along with what has also been considered the funniest cartoon of all time, Bugs Bunny in ‘The Bunny of Seville’."
“Therefore our first theme is ‘the best of’," John Wearne said, "with later themes to include a; ‘French theme’, ‘cold war theme’, ‘Musicals theme’, ‘Little ones theme’, ‘fights theme’, the latter with the great Cinderella Man plus Popeye and a Tom & Jerry cartoons. All within the first six months.”
The cost of Film Club membership will be $65 for the six month season. This will include the movie treats and the delicious “themed supper” that will be available while the viewers chat about the merits (or otherwise) of the features.
Keep your eyes on future editions of the press for our Film Club advertisements with more news about the programs and special features.
Submitted by Rick Hutton – Publicity Officer.
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