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Nantwich Film Club returns in 2022

Nantwich Film Club remains suspended while Civic Hall is being used by the NHS for booster vaccinations. We should be back in early 2022 to resume our programme. Please note that the date shown above is indicative and subject to change.

Review: Official Secrets

‘Sometimes breaking the rules is the right thing to do’. Official Secrets highlights the true story of Katharine Gun (Keira Knightly), a whistle blower who has to face the consequences of her courageous act. Coming up against a Government lead legal system stacked against her, can Katharine hold true to her convictions? This intensely compelling… Read more »

Review: The Farewell

The Farewell is a poignant, funny and uplifting story of family life, where older generations of Chinese still hold on to long held traditions, despite now living in America. Nai-Nai is unaware that doctors have given her only a few weeks to live, but the family have been told and decide not to tell her…. Read more »

Review: Honeyland

This film is a beautiful and quietly powerful documentary; a portrait of a vanishing way of life and of a determined woman, Hatidze, who is trying to make a humble living harvesting honey from the wild bees in an isolated Macedonian valley. Hatidze is a remarkable woman, a natural optimist who’s attempts to help her… Read more »

Review: Woman at War

In this Icelandic film a lively independent middle aged woman, Halla, lives a double life as a choral director with a secret identity as an environmental activist known only as ‘Woman of the Mountain’. This is a quirky comedy/drama/thriller with a heart.

Review: Last Summer

During a long hot summer in the 1970s, four boys roam free through a neglected rural Welsh paradise, until a tragedy strikes that sets them against the adult world and changes their lives forever. Last Summer, filmed in South Wales is a low budget film, written and directed by Jon Jones, shot over 22 days… Read more »

Review: The Concert

In post Soviet Russia, a cleaner, who was a well regarded Bolshoi conductor (Aleskei Gustov) hatches a plan after intercepting a fax from Paris: Bring his old orchestra back together. Along with a brilliant young violinist (Melaine Laurent), they head for the bright lights to play Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto in D. This wacky comedy of… Read more »

Review: The Vanishing

The Vanishing is a psychological thriller produced and written by local film company Mad as Birds. Imagined from the never explained disappearance of three lighthouse keepers from a remote Scottish Island in 1938, on this watch a series of events leads to the unravelling of three very different men. Featuring excellent performances from Gerard Butler,… Read more »

Review: Wild Rose

What are you willing to sacrifice to follow your dream?’ Rose, played by Jessie Buckley, who is young, a talented country singer, wild, but not free of responsibilities, must face this question. Stoic and lovingly her Mum, Julie Walters, supports Rose as she goes on a journey to discover what she really wants.A film about… Read more »