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9 Arthur Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 1JN
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Exhibition On Screen: Easter In Art

From the triumphant to the savage, the ethereal to the tactile, some of western civilizations greatest artworks focus on this pivotal moment. This beautifully crafted film explores the Easter story as depicted in art, from the time of the early Christians to the present day. Shot on location in Jerusalem, United States and throughout Europe, the film explores the different ways artists have depicted the Easter story through the ages and thus depicts the history of us all.Director: Phil GrabskyRuth time: 85 mins

Fri 23 Oct

£12–£25

Judy & Punch

  • 15

Judy Punch(15)(2019. 105 minutes. Australia)Were always keen on Australian films, and we love debut from a new voice in cinema, heres both in an intriguing and unusual take on a familiar story.In the 17th century, Judy and Punch are puppeteers in the town of Seaside, England, who are attempting to bring their marionette show back into the public eye. Judy wins the crowd with her puppetry but Punchs drinking and jealousy leads him to commit a terrible act. Judy then rallies the towns outcasts to help her take revenge. This darkly comic film is a feminist take on the origins of Punch Judy and showcases classic characters in a new light.What a killer debut this is; thats the way to do it! The GuardianBEFORE BOOKING TICKETS FOR THIS FILM PLEASE READ OUR TICKET BUYING GUIDE AT www.oswestryfilmsociety.com/buy-tickets . IT WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT SOCIAL DISTANCING ETC

Tue 17 Nov

£5–£10

The Last Black Man In San Francisco

  • 15

The Last Black Man in San Franciso (15)(2019. 121minutes. US)One of the most acclaimed films of 2019, The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a moving modern fable that will look beautiful on the big screen. Jimmie and his best friend Mont try to reclaim the house built by Jimmies grandfather, now falling into dilapidation in a rapidly gentrifying area. As Jimmie looks back on his childhood home he is forced to re-evaluate both his childhood memories and his friendship with Mort, and ask himself if he still belongs in a city that seems to have left him behind.Its beautifully filmed and perfectly played. The final shot is as epic as it is heartbreaking. The Times BEFORE BOOKING TICKETS FOR THIS FILM PLEASE READ OUR TICKET BUYING GUIDE AT www.oswestryfilmsociety.com/buy-tickets . IT WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT SOCIAL DISTANCING ETC

Tue 6 Oct

£5–£10

Love Sarah

  • 12A

Love Sarah(12A)(2020. 108 minutes. UK)What better way to reopen than with a Celia Imrie film! When promising pastry chef Sarah is killed in a cycling accident, her mum, her daughter and her best friend decide to open the bakery shed always dreamed of owning. The three generations of women will have to cope with grief, doubts, differences and choux pastry as they work together. This charming Notting Hill set comedy has a line up of well known British actors, old and young, and is the perfect film to get us started again.Imagine Richard Curtis adapting Bake Off and youre close to the sugar high of this slice of cinematic comfort foodTime OutBEFORE BOOKING TICKETS FOR THIS FILM PLEASE READ OUR TICKET BUYING GUIDE AT www.oswestryfilmsociety.com/buy-tickets . IT WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT SOCIAL DISTANCING ETC

Tue 15 Sep

£5–£10

Out Of Sight

  • 15

Out of Sight (15)(1998. 120 minutes. US)George Clooneys breakout film role, he plays Jack Foley, the most successful bank robber in the country. On the day he busts out of jail, he finds himself stealing something far more precious than moneyKaren Siscos (Jennifer Lopez) heart. Shes smart, shes sexy, and unfortunately for Jack shes a Federal Marshal. Now, theyre willing to risk it all to find out if theres more between them than just the law. Steven Soderberghs intelligently crafted adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel is witty, sexy and suprisingly entertaining. Much more than just Clooney in boxers, but also, Clooney in boxers! A sharp, funny, classy movie that leaves a wry grin on your face long after the credits roll. BBCBEFORE BOOKING TICKETS FOR THIS FILM PLEASE READ OUR TICKET BUYING GUIDE AT www.oswestryfilmsociety.com/buy-tickets . IT WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT SOCIAL DISTANCING ETC

Tue 3 Nov

£5–£10

Royal Shakespeare Company Live: Pericles

Broadcast of the Royal Shakespeare Company's adaptation of Pericles.

Wed 23 Sep

Cancelled

The Runaways

  • 12A

The Runaways(12A)(2019. 113minutes. UK)Any film with the tag line Three children, two donkeys, one big adventure is our kind of film! Following the death of their father, three children set off to find their mother, while heading across harsh northern landscapes, the children learn what makes them family. BAFTA Best Actress winner Molly Windsor plays the eldest child and the cast includes Mark Addy and Tara Fitzgerald. Its a darkly comic story that never pulls its punches in depicting poverty and struggle, but ultimately pays tribute to the resilience and optimism of children. File alongside Kes and enjoy the beautiful shots of the Yorkshire moors.A ray of British sunshine on film. the iBEFORE BOOKING TICKETS FOR THIS FILM PLEASE READ OUR TICKET BUYING GUIDE AT www.oswestryfilmsociety.com/buy-tickets . IT WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT SOCIAL DISTANCING ETC

Tue 20 Oct

£5–£10

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