February News

As usual the Topsham Film Society's AGM will be at 7.15 pm before the final screening of the season on Friday 30th March, not 15th march as stated in Estuary Magazine.

March 27 2020
At the end of each film season the TFS Committee aim to show a film which is outside our usual range and brings something new to our members and friends. This year we are going to show two films following a theme MUSIC, MEMORIES AND FILM
logoBoth screenings are open to everybody but the afternoon screening will be of particular interest to those who prefer or need a more relaxed and accessible environment including those with dementia or other access issues.

The matinee film will be SINGING IN THE RAIN, it will be subtitled and there will be an interval with refreshments available. Doors open at 2.30pm and the screening is at 3pm.
Visitors are very welcome, £3.00 entry on the door. TFS members and Carers are free. Tickets are also available in advance from The Bookshop in Topsham and Nancy Potter House.

In the evening we will screen YESTERDAY a fun musical romcom written by Richard Curtis and directed by Danny Boyle.
This is a film for those who still love the Beatles and all of those for whom the Beatles music was the backdrop to their lives.
Screening will be at 7.30pm with a pay bar from 6.45pm. Entry on the door is £4 for visitors


Upcoming Films

Green Book

film posterGreen Book 2018  USA 130 mins


Set in 1962 the film is inspired by a true story about a world-class Black pianist on a concert tour from Manhattan to the Deep South.

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Yesterday 2019 117 mins

23rd October 2020 TFS MEMBERS (2019-20) ONLY

Jack Malik is a struggling singer/songwriter. After a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout he wakes to discover the Beatles have never existed. Performing songs by the greatest band in history to a world that has never heard them, Jack becomes an overnight sensation.

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