The Bradford on Avon Film Society runs a programme of fifteen films between September and April.
Become a member of the Film Society and enjoy free admission
Our films are shown on Fridays, in the newly refurbished St Margaret's Hall, BA15 1DE, in the centre of Bradford on Avon, with comfortable raked seating, specialist acoustic treatment and an upgraded audio system. There is a high quality infra-red system for the hearing impaired.
Doors open 7.15pm for 7.45pm start - come early and enjoy a drink before the show, perhaps a glass of wine, beer or one of our renowned spiced hot drinks.
Please note that members must be over the age of sixteen. For non-members there is no such age restriction, but the normal UK film certification rules do apply.
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Image Credits and Thanks
Copyright in all film clips is held by the producers and distributors and is gratefully acknowledged.
Other images etc. were either created specially or taken from apparently copyright-free sections of the Web. If any infringe your copyright please let us know and we will remove the offender at once!
Friday 30th September, 7.45pm
2015, Arab/Fr, 97 min, 12A, s/t.
Near the ancient Malian city of Timbuktu, cattle herder Kidane lives peacefully in the dunes. In town the people suffer from a regime imposed by the Jihadists, who supress the few pleasures of life.
'A privilege to watch' - Washington Post
'Exceptional human filmmaking' - Empire Magazine
To buy tickets online, 5.00 GBP, click here:
You can also buy a ticket at the door: non-members are very welcome.
If you buy online, you will be asked to register using your email address, and payments can be made by the secure PayPal or GoCardless systems. Your e- ticket will be sent to this email address - please print out and present this ticket for admission.