Hayle Film Club

Hayle Film Club offers a community cinema experience for townspeople and visitors as an alternative entertainment option that is also accessible and reasonably priced. The programme comprises a mix of recent well-received films of various genres, including British, mostly independent, some interesting mainstream, plus foreign-language titles, to appeal to an audience of various ages (although all films will not always be suitable for a general audience). Some of the films will have had scant exposure in West Cornwall’s local cinemas.

In October 2017 we officially celebrated our fifth anniversary, serving birthday cake, nibbles, prosecco and fizz to almost 40 members and general attendees, just before presenting the Japanese family drama “”After the Storm.”” At that point we had screened 91 films over five years at the Passmore Edwards Institute. Our mailing list has now grown to about 185 names. We are very pleased with our progress over the years.”


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