Stafford Film Theatre is a local organisation dedicated to
showing many of the best films in British and World cinema in the
county town. Around half our presentations are sub-titled foreign
language films. We believe in showing as wide a range of
features as possible and our programmes encompass internationally acclaimed masterpieces, off-beat comedies and
contemporary thrillers, amongst others.
The Film Theatre was founded in 1949 when classic films such as The Third Man, Kind Hearts & Coronets and White Heat were released. If you have a favourite film from 1949 that you would like us to show later this year—please let us know! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Theatre is manned entirely by volunteers who choose, order
and publicise the films and help organise the presentations. Moreover, members are asked to contribute to the selection of the programme for each season.
Following our move to The Stafford Cinema during the Spring and Autumn seasons of 2014, we are now firmly re-established in the Stafford Gatehouse Theatre. Digital projection and sound equipment allows us to screen the films we really want to show. We are grateful to Stafford Gatehouse Theatre and Stafford Borough Council for making this possible through their timely investment.
During the season our doors open at 7:00pm and the programme commences at 7.30pm
on most Tuesdays. We are open to all members of the public (age
restrictions applying). While membership is not necessary
our members do enjoy considerable savings on the price of
each film (down to about £5.00 - 30% - a film currently). Any surpluses
made are ploughed straight back into showing more films.
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