Tickets are going fast for our FILMBOX Christmas event!

Book now for ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ (Frank Capra, USA, 1946) film screening, starring James Stewart (with added special features and extras!) on Wed 12 December at 6.45pm for 7.30pm at Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts.

Tickets only £5 each from www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/52835 – OR – if you prefer, you can email us your ticket order and pay on the door LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

"...and danced by the light of the moon..."
“…and danced by the light of the moon…”

Our licensed bar opens at 6.45pm, complimentary local food tasting courtesy of Holwood Farm Shop in Downe – the perfect place to buy delicious goodies for Christmas www.holwoodfarm.com.

Raffle prizes – a top spec Sony Blu-Ray player with 8 DVD bundle (worth £150) and headphones (worth £20) – courtesy of Richer Sounds in Bromley www.richersounds.co.uk  and a luxury food hamper from Holwood Farm Shop.

The event begins in the Bromley Hall at 7.30pm with a brief musical introduction from ‘Just Voices’ a cappella group www.justvoices.co.uk and introduction to the film by Amber Napthine, Year 13 Film Studies student. The film is 130 mins long and will start at approximately 7.45pm.

Retiring collection in aid of St Christopher’s Hospice and in fond memory of our colleague, Mike Rodger.

We hope that you will join us for this special event – and thank you for supporting FILMBOX so far this year.

Season’s Greetings from FILMBOX!

Online booking now open!

You can now book and pay for tickets online for our special Christmas event –  ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ (Frank Capra, USA, 1946, Cert U, 130 mins) on Wednesday 12 December 2012 – 6.45 for 7.30pm – tickets only £5 each. It will be held in the Bromley Hall, which seats over 500 and has a large screen and stereo sound. Do tell your friends so we can fill the hall with Christmas spirit!

Box office link: http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/52835

A great Christmas classic, with a timely message about the most important things in life, James Stewart is superb as George Bailey, an everyday hero in a small American town – almost like a Norman Rockwell painting brought to  life.

Holwood Farm Shop are kindly providing this month’s special feature – delicious local food tasting from their great new deli and coffee shop in Downe http://www.holwoodfarm.com

We will have a licensed bar which will be open from 6.45pm and we hope that you can join us for a magical evening to get you in the mood for Christmas. Accompanied ‘film buffs’ under 16 years old are welcome for this event!

Book now for FILMBOX’s Nov and Dec films!

Book now for FILMBOX’s November and December films here: Ticket order form

(We’re STILL waiting for the School’s new online box office to be set up, so let’s get cracking and start booking now)

Tickets: Only £5 each.  In Studio 609 – maximum capacity 84 seats – so no tickets will be available on the door, advance booking only (age 16+ only due to limited space).

Wednesday 21 November‘Moonrise Kingdom’ (Wes Anderson, 2012, USA, Cert 12A, 94mins) – “Wes Anderson’s elegant new film is eccentric but heartfelt – a soufflé of strangeness that rises superbly – 4/5 stars”, writes Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian).

This is a gem of a film and it almost got lost in the hullabaloo that accompanied Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus‘ this summer. It’s typically quirky and charming with Wes Anderson’s unmistakeable lightness of touch – a story of two innocent runaways and the dysfunctional but well-meaning adults they leave behind.

If you liked US ‘indie’ hits, such as Little Miss Sunshine (Dayton & Harris, 2006), Napoleon Dynamite (Hess, 2004) and indeed Anderson’s own superb The Royal Tennenbaums (2001), you’ll surely sit through this with a gentle smile playing across your lips. A superb ensemble cast, including class acts, such as Coen Bros regular, Frances McDormand, Edward Norton and Bill Murray, with an uncharacteristically low-key cameo performance from Bruce Willis, plus two very promising teen leads.

Trailer: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1748122/

Special feature: Pre-show complimentary nibbles and raffle prize courtesy of Harrington’s Kitchen bread-making courses www.harringtonskitchen.com

Wednesday 12 December‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ (Frank Capra, 1946, USA, Cert U, 130mins)

In the Performance Hall – capacity over 500 seats – all ages admitted.

IAWL makes the grandest possible case for the importance and uniqueness of individual agency… Funny, compelling and moving. 5/5 stars” Ben Walters, Time Out

Surely in most people’s top 5 Christmas films of all time, to some this choice might be a cliche of Christmas film programming, but we had to do it! If you’ve only ever seen this on DVD or TV, you HAVE to see it on our big screen WITH an audience this Christmas. If you’ve never seen it, I envy you…

James Stewart stars as George Bailey who learns just how important his life really is – a life-affirming lesson for us all, this and every Christmas.

We are pleased to announce that it will be screened in the Performance Hall due to probable demand and so we’d like to extend our invitation to cineastes young and old – this film is a ‘Cert U’ therefore we welcome all ages for this magical film.

Trailer: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0038650/ 

Special feature: Pre-show complimentary nibbles and raffle prize courtesy of Holwood Farm Shop www.holwoodfarm.com – a new deli with a coffee shop near Downe.

Time of all screenings: Bar opens 6.45pm, doors open 7.20pm and film intro starts at 7.30pm. Seating is unreserved. All screenings will end by 10pm and start with a short film, as available, and a brief introduction to the main feature. Please bring change for the bar and raffle.

Age and Film Certification: Filmbox members must be aged 16 or over, but we are making an exception for our December 12th screening of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ as we will have greater capacity in the Performance Hall than in our usual base of Studio 609.

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