Film Club is a very informal affair. I’ll say that from the get go. If you think you might like to come along new comers are always welcome and there is no commitment when it comes to attending future gatherings. The basic order of business is we meet to see a specific screening (though people are welcome to watch the film another day and just meet us afterwards if that’s more convenient), but there is no need to sit together or anything. I have a favourite seat and many of you may too. Mine is ideally surrounded by no other souls, living or dead. We then meet in the foyer or just outside afterwards and wander down to the Brudenell Social Club where everyone can share what they thought about the film. The films are selected not because they are the best or worst of what is around but because past experience has proved that the most interesting discussions happen around the films where opinion is a bit split. That tends to keep things a little bit more colourful.
Our next lot of Film Club meetings are as follows. For the October meeting as well as discussing the film as per usual we’ll also have a chat about the upcoming film festival and share ‘top picks’ to try help each other navigate the cinematic explosion that November is sure to be.
If you'd like any more information please email me on email@example.com.
You can find Friends application forms in our programme or you can pick one up at the Picture House. Your card will be ready to collect the next time you visit the cinema.
We are more than happy to provide Friends cards to give as a gift. Simply provide us with the details of the recepient and we can either post it directly to them or to you.
For further information please call 0113 275 2045 (6pm - 10pm) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make cheques payable to ‘FHPPH’ and send to Hyde Park Picture House,
Brudenell Road, Leeds LS6 1JD