Members of Nantwich Big Cheese Film Club are celebrating yet another fantastic turnout to see Another Year.
A total of 68 people turned up to see our latest film by highly acclaimed British director Mike Leigh.
It’s really encouraging to see so many people turn up to support our venture. We’ve had terrific feedback from our audience and lots of encouragement which makes all the hard work we put in to getting the club going worthwhile. During the long period it took to get this project of the ground, we always thought we had a good idea and now we have had such a fantastic turnout to our initial films it’s great to know our gut instincts were right.
Thank you to everyone who keep on turning up to support us. Without your great support, our venture would not be possible.
The film club’s next film Senna will be screened at 7.45pm in The Crown Ballroom on Thursday 10th November. Directed by Asif Kapadia, the film is the story of the monumental life and tragic death of legendary Brazilian motor-racing Champion, Ayrton Senna. Spanning the decade from his arrival in Formula One in the mid 80′s, the film follows Senna’s struggles both on track against his nemesis, French World Champion Alain Prost, and off it, against the politics which infest the sport. Senna conquers and transcends Formula One to become a global superstar. Yet he is struck down in his prime on the blackest weekend in the history of the sport, watched live on television by 300 million people. Years on he is revered in Formula One as the greatest motor racing driver of all time – and in Brasil as a Saint. View reviews and trailers here.
Tickets, priced £5, are available from the The Crown Hotel reception in advance or on the door on the night, subject to availability.
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