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The Walton and Weybridge Film Society

The Walton and Weybridge Film Society

The Walton &  Weybridge Film Society  is one of the oldest film societies in the UK.

During the winter of 1963/64 a group of local residents were stimulated into forming a film society

in the area. There was a common interest in world cinema and also a wish to offer the people of

Walton and Weybridge an opportunity to further their knowledge and enjoyment of films not

readily available at that time outside the West End of London.

The Walton and Weybridge Film Society Film Club

If you would like to join our Film Society membership & guest ticket inquiries, telephone:

01932 226 386

For all membership enquiries please contact
our Membership Secretary by email: membership@wawfs.com

The Walton &  Weybridge Film Society Website is http://www.wawfs.com/default.htm

Film information http://www.wawfs.com/programme.htm

54th Season 2017 to 2018

Next Films show`s at Walton & Weybridge

Wednesday 13th September

Hunt for the Wilder people 

A boy (Julian Dennison) and his foster father (Sam Neill) become the subjects of a manhunt after they get stranded in the New Zealand wilderness.

Wednesday 4th of October 

Our little Sister film 

After the death of their estranged father, three siblings (Haruka Ayase, Masami Nagasawa, Kaho) invite their half sister (Suzu Hirose) to live with them.
Initial release: 13 June 2015 (Japan)
Director: Hirokazu Koreeda
Costume design: Sacico Ito
Story by: Akimi Yoshida
Awards: Japan Academy Prize for Picture of the Year, MORE

Wednesday 25th Octobers film at Walton &  Weybridge Film Society

Childhood of a Leader

The Childhood of a Leader is a 2015 historical mystery drama film, co-written, produced and directed by Brady Corbet, and is Corbet’s feature film directorial debut. Wikipedia
Initial release: 2015 (USA)
Director: Brady Corbet
Cinematography: Lol Crawley
Adapted from: The Wall
Languages: English, French, German

Wednesday 22nd November Walton &  Weybridge Film Society

Julieta

A chance encounter causes a woman (Emma Suárez) to reflect on the tragic circumstances surrounding the disappearance of her daughter.
Release date: 26 August 2016 (United Kingdom)
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Box office: 22.5 million USD
Screenplay: Pedro Almodóvar
Awards: Goya Award for Best Actress, MORE

 

Wednesday 3rrd january  Film shown at Walton playhouse  film Starts at 8pm

Love and Friendship

In the 18th century, the seductive and manipulative Lady Susan (Kate Beckinsale) uses devious tactics to win the heart of the eligible Reginald De Courcy (Xavier Samuel).
Initial release: 13 May 2016 (USA)
Director: Whit Stillman
Screenplay: Whit Stillman
Box office: 19.7 million USD
Story by: Jane Austen

 

Wednesday 17th January

Jules et Jim

wednesday 7th Fedruary

Things to come

wednesday February 28th

I, Daniel Blake

wednesday March 14th at 8pm

The Assassin

wednesday April 4th film starts at 8pm ( AGM and Drinks )

Mustang

webnesday April 25th film starts at 8pm at Walton playhouse

Walton & Weybridge History Film Society

The first experimental season of three films was shown in the Spring of 1964, with a full-length

season mounted from September of that year. A total of 70 members joined. From 1968/69 to

1992/93 meetings were held in the Lecture Hall of Weybridge Library, and membership numbers

regularly exceeded 100.

From September, 1993, W&WFS secured the exclusive use of a cinema screen at the then

Screen at Walton, which offered higher standards of comfort, projection and sound equipment.

Membership was capped at 155, and there was a waiting list.

With the upgrade to their seating in July 2012 and subsequent adoption of the venue by the

Everyman Cinemas chain, the capacity was reduced by more than half, which made continuation

there uneconomic.

After a two-year transfer to the Performance Hall of Cleves School, Weybridge, the society

moved to the current venue at the Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Walton-on- Thames.

With high quality projection and sound provided by Pro Screens, comfortable banked seating and

the use of a bar/café area, W&WFS continues to offer a great programme of highly acclaimed

international films.

Our new season begins in September 2017. Check out the W&WFS website at

http://www.wawfs.com/default.htm to see more about previous programmes, contact details, and

(very soon) the new season for films for 2017/18.

Our Film Society meets at the performance hall at the Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Walton-on-Thames, usually commencing at 8pm (times shown on programme page).

The full address is: Hurst Grove, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey KT12 1AT
Hurst Grove is off Hepworth Way (A3050)