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Thank you so much to everyone that has contributed to our Crowdfunderso far and spread the word.

We have over 3,000 subscribers to this weekly email, so if everyone or even just half pledged just £5.00 we would sail past our target with ease.

We have some lovely rewards but if you would like to contribute just because you love what we do and want to preserve indie cinema then please do. Just click on the link and it will take you directly to the Crowdfunder page...

Raising the money would enable us to offer all films in January for a fiver, it’s a great time of year to see the films that are going to be released in the run up to awards season, a fabulous time to encourage people back into cinemas.

An amateur historian defies the stodgy academic establishment in her efforts to find King Richard III's remains, which were lost for over 500 years.

Due to something happening in the dockyard, we know not what, we are only able to offer a matinee on Thursday this week. The Lost King is not least a story of how a woman finds the strength to stand up for herself and her work. We will be screening this film with subtitles.

A cruise for the super-rich sinks leaving its survivors, including a fashion model celebrity couple, trapped on an island.

Triangle of Sadness on Friday evening is Ruben Ostland’s wickedly funny Palm d’Or winner, social hierarchy is turned upside down.

A romantic comedy about two gay men maybe, possibly, probably, stumbling towards love. Maybe. They're both very busy.

A step forward in rom-com representation; Bros on Saturday night is a bunch of fun to watch. Make it a date.

Coming Soon...

The Cockleshell Heroes on Thursday 8th December at 7pm commemorates the perilous mission and daring raid of a group of marines to infiltrate a German occupied French harbour. Will Heppa, curator of artefacts at NMRN will give a short talk before the screening.

During World War II, German ships are "safely" docked upriver at Bordeaux, but the British send a team of kayakers to attack them.

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