Fleet Film is a community society based at the civic centre, The Harlington. We screen mainly (80%) foreign language films, twice a month avoiding competition from the panto in December and the sun in June and July.
In addition to the main programme we add Specials (e.g. live musical accompaniment) and a summer Open Air Screening. We started in 2014 and now have over 170 members paying an annual subscription of £45. Our audiences are currently in the range 120 to 160 with an average of 25 visitors per screening who pay £6. Screening is based on DVD with an integrated suite of Seasonal images + Trailers + Short+ Introduction + Feature. Feedback is actively sought from our audience with over 70% response rate of score + comments, then posted on our website. Film selection is made by a team of four, gender balanced but still not age balanced! We are reaching out to our local Sixth Form College.
2019 | A young Cornish poet is compelled to buy an old writing case, curiously engraved with her own initials. Opening the case and reading the faint traces of a poem on the paper within calls the previous owner back from the shadows.
2019 | When flat-earth activist Fawn takes her alternative beliefs offline and onto the streets, a face from the past leads her to wrestle with her newly found ideology.
Happening between Monday, 15th November to Sunday, 21st November 2021, the festival offers an entertaining, distinct programme of films – from international award winners to local shorts – Q&As, masterclasses, and industry events.
The UK Cinema Association (UKCA) has begun its latest round of regional meetings for members and industry partners, the first for two years. The meeting of the Association’s ‘West of England’ branch is planned for Tuesday 16 November and will take place at the Savoy Cinema, Exmouth.