The Smart Film Club, run by St Martin’s Church, came of age on 13 September 2016, having shown family films in Liskeard for the past 18 years. However, it has no plans to change its format and show 18 certificate films. Instead, it will continue to show free certificate U and PG films once a month in the Lower Church Hall, behind the main church centre.
Mike Sturgess, who has been involved with the film club since it started, explains, “SMart Films is about providing the local community with family films for free. We are able to do this through the church’s copyright licence, which we have especially extended for this purpose. Provided there is no charge on the door we can show most DVDs. There is a voluntary raffle each month, with just the one prize, namely that evening’s film”.
The next film is on Saturday 21 November, when the new version of “BFG” will be screened. Mike continues, “As usual several films are released in time for the Christmas market, so we will be showing two films in quick succession, with Finding Dory being screened on 10 December”.
The doors open each month at 6:00pm with the film starting at 6:30pm. Cartoons are shown up to the start of the main film.
For more information about the cinema club contact the Church Office on Liskeard 347411 or email St Martin's church office at email@example.com.
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