Lucky Nantwich folk were given a glimpse of a big screen movie being made in Cheshire. The film premiere of The Minister of Chance took place at the Woodlands Brewery off London Road, Stapeley.
The next Nantwich Family Films@4 screening will be “Mary Poppins” after organisers allowed the public to vote! The films, screened at Nantwich Methodist hall on Hospital Street, have proved a big hit since the community cinema project was launched in January.
More than 80 people enjoyed the launch of “Nantwich Family Films@4” – a community cinema project in Nantwich. There was a party atmosphere at Nantwich Methodist Church as children let off party poppers as Crewe & Nantwich MP Edward Timpson formally opened the project.
Church volunteers in Nantwich have clubbed together to launch the town’s first community cinema! Nantwich Methodist Church in Hospital Street is behind the “Nantwich Family Films@4” project.
Young film fanatic Joe Millar is the new chairman of Nantwich Film Club. The 26-year-old was elected along with new committee members at the club’s AGM.
By Joy Cassidy Not having seen the West End production, I was able to watch Tom Hooper’s version of Les Miserables with no notion as to whether it was faithful adaptation or whether one version was better than the other. I was simply presented with a tragic love story told in epic proportion, beautifully cast and wonderfully gritty.
By Joy Cassidy Based on Lee Child’s novel One Shot, Tom Cruise plays the title role in Christopher McQuarrie’s thriller Jack Reacher. Ex-military man Reacher is a loner, unreachable and untouchable, until he’s called on by a murder suspect facing death row.
By Joy Cassidy Sam Mendes is the latest director to take on the British institute that is James Bond with its 50th anniversary film “Skyfall”. Some more recent Bond films have deviated away from tradition, straight forward plots and good old-fashioned espionage.
Anna Karenina is an enchanting story of love, in all its complexities, retold by some of Britain’s greatest actors and actresses, writes Joy Cassidy. Not least Keira Knightley; sometimes criticised for her one-dimensional acting, portrays Anna (in all of her dimensions) perfectly.
Nantwich’s relaunched film club is proving a big hit now it’s being staged at the town’s Civic Hall. The Big Cheese Film Club is staging its second screening on August 13 when it shows “Midnight in Paris”.
By Curtis Evans Love them or hate them, Superhero films are a Hollywood staple not about to disappear anytime soon. In fact as Avengers Assemble proves, they are only getting bigger.
Organisers have been toasting their success following the launch of Nantwich Big Cheese Film Club.
Dozens turned out at The Crown in Nantwich to enjoy a glass of bubbly before viewing the 1988 Academy Award winning Cinema Paradiso in the hotel’s ballroom.