Bute Film Club’s opening film on Sunday, October 25, is ‘The 100-Year-Old Man who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared’.
Based on the novel by Jonas Jonasson, this story of a centenarian who decides it’s not too late to start over is hilariously absurd. A lighthearted and engaging start to the season.
Evenings will feature the usual draw for a pair of tickets for one of the Discovery’s scheduled films and the chance to hire (for a returnable deposit) a DVD from the growing library of films shown.
After the screening there will be a chance to exchange views about the film.
The club is financed solely by its membership subscriptions.
If the club does not receive enough fees upfront, they will be unable to run the full season. Fees have been held at last season’s level: £22.50 for each half season of four films, £40 if paying for all eight films upfront. Members may bring along a guest, ticket price £6.50.
The programme for 2015 - 2016 features a wide range of genres and moods – look out for full details in next week’s Buteman. The club looks forward to the continued support of members and to welcoming newcomers to their Sundays at the cinema.
If you haven’t been along to the Discovery for some time, you will find the new seating very comfortable!
Watch out for details of the full programme in next week’s Buteman.
Call (01700) 505145 for details of how to join.
If you are an existing member and have not received an email, please get in touch so that the address list can be updated.