Thursday, 7 September 2017

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2017 screenings

Worthing Film Club is TEN!
To celebrate we've put together a season of lesser known films, called Hidden Gems! For four weeks we'll be screening a film every Wednesday at Coast. Tickets are on the door only, and are £4 or £2 for Worthing Film Club Members, doors @ 7.30pm, films @ 8pm.

Get these dates in your diaries...
20th Sept - 'It's Such A Beautiful Day' (2012)
27th Sept - 'Danger Diabolik' (1969)
4th Oct - 'Profondo Rosso'
(1975) + live music from Monzen Nakacho
11th Oct - 'Bagdad Cafe' (1987)

First film up is: It's Such a Beautiful Day: An experimental black-comedy-drama animated film directed, written, animated, and produced by award-winning animator Don Hertzfeldt as his first feature film. The film is divided into three chapters and follows the story of a stick-figure man named Bill, who struggles with his failing memory and absurdist visions, among other symptoms of an unknown illness. The film employs both offbeat humor and serious philosophical musings. It received critical acclaim and won numerous awards.

To finish our celebrations we have the already announced FREE screening of Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece '2001: A Space Odyssey'. More info and how to get tickets here:

Worthing Film Club membership costs £35 for the year which entitles our members to enjoy free entry to 12 films + free use of our DVD library, as well as priority booking or discounts on special WFC screenings. If you want to join, please email us on 

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