Film-goers are in for a treat next Sunday 4th October when Brechin Community Cinema screen a double-bill of award winning films.
At 1pm they will show the multi-award winning Irish children’s animation ‘Song of The Sea’, followed by the remake of The Man From U.N.C.L.E at 4pm and then at 7pm they will screen the award-winning film 45 Years starring Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling.
Tickets for all shows, being shown at Brechin City Hall, are available on the doors which opens 40 minutes before each show. Refreshments are available, as well as a tuck shop.
Organisers Graham Donald and Mark Arbuthnott are hoping for big turn-out despite showing films they say are “a little off the beaten track”. They went on to say: “Both films have won numerous accolades and we are confident anyone coming will not be disappointed.”
Song of The Sea is a beautiful animation, very different from the run-of-the-mill CGI which dominates the cinema, and is a film both adults and children can take something from.
45 Years, produced by Film4, won the Best Film award at this year’s Berlin Film Festival.
The high quality screenings continue next month with ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’ showing with ‘Maze Runner- The Scorch Trials’ following before another eagerly anticipated movie ‘Sufragette’.