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Tickets cost £5.00
for everyone.

Matinée Exception
Under 12s - £3.00.

Buy them from:
The General Stores,
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or Reserve at:
The Box Office: 01335 370257
or Buy on the Door.

Tickets go on sale at least
two weeks before each
Film Screening.


SHOW TIMES

EVENINGS (E)

Doors open at 6.15 or 6.30p.m.
Films start at 7.00 p.m.
Films end circa 9.00 p.m.
(times subject to film duration)


MATINÉES (M)

Doors open at 2.30 p.m.
Films start at 3.00 p.m.
Films end circa 4.30 p.m.
(times subject to film duration)


SPECIALS (S)

Doors open at 5.30 p.m.
Films start at 6.00 p.m.
Films end circa 7.45 p.m.
(times subject to film duration)

NOTE: Earlier times for
extra-long features.


2019-2020 DIARY
NEW SEASON FILMS
Saturday Time Feature Film Link
2 NOVEMBER 2019

(E)

DOWNTON ABBEY

7 DECEMBER 2019

(M)

"JUDY"

 
15 FEBRUARY 2020

(E)

"CATS"

 
14 MARCH 2020

(E)

"1917"

25 APRIL 2020

(E)

"MILITARY WIVES"

 
MAY 2020
(E)
title to be confirmed
 
JUNE 2020

(E)

title to be confirmed



FEATURE FILM NEWS
Next Feature Presentation is
on date to be confirmed.


COMING SOON:
Teaser Trailers of Future Films
in 2020


List of 117 previously shown films
from February 2004 to June 2019


The Awards Season 2019/2020


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ABOUT THE FILMS

WHAT TYPE OF FILMS
ARE SHOWN?


We aim to show enjoyable films
suitable for all the family.

Films featuring Derbyshire locations have proved popular with audiences.

The list below offers an
excellent guide as to what
types of Films are shown.


WHEN WILL FILMS BE ADVERTISED?

Films will be advertised
at least two weeks before
the Show Date.

The Film to be screened is
chosen at least four weeks
before the Show Date.

Film Industry Restrictions
mean a certain time has
to elapse before a
Film can be shown in
the Village Hall.

Our choice of Film is
totally subject to
mainstream Cinema releases.



SETTING THE SCENE

PLACES, PLEASE!


FILM CONTACTS

For those interested in films.


2019-2020 SEASON

"1917"

VIEW TRAILER
click to play
[courtesy YouTube]
(allow a few
seconds to download)
Saturday, 14 March, 2020

Evening Screening
Doors open at 6.15 p.m.
Film starts at 7.00 p.m.

Duration: 119 minutes
(1 hours 59 minutes)
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
from
HULLAND WARD GENERAL STORES, MAIN ROAD, HULLAND WARD
or
RESERVE AT BOX OFFICE 370257




Meet the Cast and Crew...
to learn more, click on the Icon
Dean-Charles Chapman
as
Lance Corporal Blake

deancharleschapman
George MacKay
as
Lance Corporal Schofield

georgemackay
Colin Firth
as
General Erinmore

colinfirth
Mark Strong
as
Captain Smith

markstrong
  Benedict Cumberbatch
as
Colonel Mackenzie

benedictcumberbatch
Richard Madden
as
Lieutenant Joseph Blake

richardmadden
 

SCREENPLAY

Krysty Wilson-Cairns
krystywilsoncairns
PRODUCER & SCREENPLAY

Sam Mendes
sammendes 
DIRECTOR

Sam Mendes
sammendes

MUSIC

Thomas Newman
thomasnewman
What's It All About...?
April 1917, the Western Front. Two British soldiers are sent to deliver an urgent message to an isolated regiment. If the message is not received in time the regiment will walk into a trap and be massacred. To get to the regiment they will need to cross through enemy territory. Time is of the essence and the journey will be fraught with danger..
Film Scenes...

FILMED ON LOCATION...
Many locations are used
again and again in film-making.
Film Tours
Film Locations
Find out which other films used the same
locations as "1917".
(courtesy imdb.com)
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FILMS
FOR THE FUTURE
Never seen the Classics on the Big Screen?
Here's your opportunity. Let us know what you would like to see via the Box Office,
'On The Door' or Hulland Ward General Stores.
 
FUTURE FILM TEASERS
Watch this space for future film choices.
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Click Film Title To View Trailer!

MARCH 2020
"1917"
APRIL 2020
"MILITARY WIVES"
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AWARDS SEASON 2018-2019

CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARDS


GOLDEN GLOBES


PRODUCERS GUILD AWARDS


SCREEN ACTORS GUILD


DIRECTORS GUILD AWARDS


BAFTA FILM AWARDS


WRITERS GUILD AWARDS


FILM INDEPENDENT SPIRIT AWARDS


"OSCARS": ACADEMY AWARDS

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SETTING THE SCENE
New Digital Projectors are mostly used now but occasionally there is the thrill of the traditional Reel Print Projector

authentic reels recreating the golden sound of cinema
the silent screen
Peter and Bill at the 'Ticket Desk'

the silent screen   Front of Auditorium Facing The Big Screen - Preparing the Room


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PLACES, PLEASE !
on with the Show!

on with the Show!   on with the Show!
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F I L M      C O N T A C T S

STAFFORDSHIRE REELS ON WHEELS:
www.reelsonwheels.org
THE INTERNET MOVIE DATABASE:
www.imdb.com

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HOME EVENTS
CALENDAR
DANCE
NIGHT
WHIST
DRIVE
INDOOR
BOWLS
BINGO
NIGHT
BOOK
THE HALL
HALL HISTORY HALL
VIEWS

HULLAND WARD & DISTRICT MILLENNIUM VILLAGE HALL

F I L M  S H O W S

TICKET SALES

Tickets cost £4.00 for everyone.

Matinée Exception
Under 12s - £3.00.

Buy them from:
The Post Office/General Stores,
Hulland Ward

or Reserve at:
The Box Office: 01335 370257
or Buy on the Door.

Tickets go on sale at least
two weeks before each
Film Screening.


SHOW TIMES

EVENINGS (E)

Doors open at 6.30 p.m.
Films start at 7.00 p.m.
Films end circa 9.00 p.m.
(times subject to film duration)


MATINÉES (M)

Doors open at 3.00 p.m.
Films start at 3.30 p.m.
Films end circa 5.30 p.m.
(times subject to film duration)


SPECIALS (S)

Doors open at 6.00 p.m.
Films start at 6.45 p.m.
Films end circa 9.15 p.m.
(times subject to film duration)

NOTE: Earlier times for
extra-long features.


2014-2015
NEW SEASON FILM DIARY
Saturday Time Feature Film Title

15 NOVEMBER

(E)

 What We Did On Our Holiday
24 JANUARY (E)  Mr Turner
28 FEBRUARY (M)  Paddington  
28 FEBRUARY (E)  The Imitation Game  
28 MARCH (M) Shaun The Sheep
28 MARCH (E) The Theory of Everything
18 APRIL (E) The Second Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel
9 MAY (M) CINDERELLA
9 MAY (E) THE TESTAMENT OF YOUTH


FEATURE FILM NEWS
Next Feature Presentations - 9 May, 2015

COMING SOON:
Teaser Trailers of Future Films
in 2015 and 2016


List of previously shown films - 2004 to 2014

The Awards Season 2014/2015


Return To The Top
ABOUT THE FILMS

WHAT TYPE OF FILMS
ARE SHOWN?


We aim to show enjoyable films
suitable for all the family.

Films featuring Derbyshire locations have proved popular with audiences.

The list below offers an excellent guide as to what type of Films are shown.


WHEN WILL FILMS BE ADVERTISED?

Films will be advertised at least two weeks before the Show Date.

The Film to be screened is chosen at least four weeks before the Show Date.

Film Industry Restrictions mean a
certain time has to elapse before a
Film can be shown in the Village Hall.

Our choice of Film is totally subject
to mainstream Cinema releases.



SETTING THE SCENE

PLACES, PLEASE!


FILM CONTACTS

For those interested in films.


2014-2015 SEASON


VIEW TRAILER
click to play
[courtesy YouTube]
(allow a few seconds to download)
Saturday, 9 May, 2015

Matinee Screening - Doors open at 3.00 p.m.
Lights down at 3.30 p.m.

Duration: 112 minutes (1 hour 52 minutes)


TICKETS ON SALE NOW

Meet the Cast and Crew...(to learn more, click on the Icon)
Lily James
Lily James
as
Cinderella
Helena Bonham Carter
Helena Bonham Carter
as
Fairy Godmother
Hayley Atwell
Hayley Atwell
as
Cinderella's Mother
Cate Blanchett
Cate Blanchett
as
Lady Tremaine
Richard Madden
Richard Madden
as
Prince Charming
Holliday Grainger
Holliday Grainger
as
Anastasia (Ugly Sister)
Sophie McShera
Sophie McShera
as
Drizella (Ugly Sister)
Stellan Skarsgård
Stellan Skarsgård
as
Grand Duke
Derek Jacobi
Derek Jacobi
as
The King
Ben Chaplin
Ben Chaplin
as
Cinderella's Father
Eloise Webb
Eloise Webb
as
Ella (aged 10)
Nonso Anozie
Nonso Anozie
as
Captain
Laurie Calvert
Laurie Calvert
as
Chief Guard Cassius
Leila Wong
Leila Wong
as
Princess Mei Mei
Michael Jenn
Michael Jenn
as
The King's Physician
Gareth Mason
Gareth Mason
as
Goose Coachman
Matthew Steer
Matthew Steer
as
Halberdier
Drew Sheridan-Wheeler
Drew Sheridan-Wheeler
as
Nicolas Golding
Andrew Fitch
Andrew Fitch
as
Swordsman
Janet Dawe
Janet Dawe
as
Townsfolk/Onion Seller
Richard McCabe
Richard McCabe
as
Baron
Rob Brydon
Rob Brydon
as
Master Phineus
Alex Macqueen
Alex Macqueen
as
Royal Crier
Daniel Tuite
Daniel Tuite
as
Gardener
DIRECTOR:

Kenneth Branagh

Kenneth Branagh

SCREENPLAY:

Chris Weitz

Chris Weitz

PRODUCERS:

David Barron Allison Shearmur Simon Kinberg

David      Allison      Simon
Barron   Shearmur   Kinberg

MUSIC:

Patrick Doyle

Patrick Doyle


What's It All About...?
A live-action retelling of the classic fairy tale about a servant step-daughter who wins the heart of a prince.
The story of "Cinderella" follows the fortunes of young Ella whose merchant father remarries following the tragic death of her mother. Keen to support her loving father, Ella welcomes her new stepmother Lady Tremaine and her daughters Anastasia and Drizella into the family home. But when Ella's father suddenly and unexpectedly passes away, she finds herself at the mercy of a jealous and cruel new family. Finally relegated to nothing more than a servant girl covered in ashes, and spitefully renamed Cinderella since she used to work in the cinders, Ella could easily begin to lose hope. Yet, despite the cruelty inflicted upon her, Ella is determined to honor her mother's dying words and to "have courage and be kind." She will not give in to despair nor despise those who abuse her. And then there is the dashing stranger she meets in the woods. Unaware that he is really a prince, not merely an employee at the palace, Ella finally feels she has met a kindred soul. It appears as if her fortunes may be about to change when the palace sends out an open invitation for all maidens to attend a ball, raising Ella's hopes of once again encountering the charming "Kit." Alas, her stepmother forbids her to attend and callously rips apart her dress. But as in all good fairy tales, help is at hand as a kindly beggar woman steps forward and, armed with a pumpkin and a few mice, changes Cinderella's life forever.
Film Scenes...

FILMED ON LOCATION...
Many locations are used
again and again in film-making.
Film Tours
Film Locations
Find out which other films
used the same locations as
Cinderella.
(courtesy imdb.com)
Awards for Cinderella Who sang the songs?
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VIEW TRAILER
click to play
[courtesy YouTube]
(allow a few seconds to download)
Saturday, 9 May, 2015

Evening Screening - Doors open at 6.30 p.m.
Lights down at 7.00 p.m.

Duration: 129 minutes (2 hours 9 minutes)


TICKETS ON SALE FROM

MONDAY, 27 APRIL, 2015

Meet the Cast and Crew...(to learn more, click on the Icon)
Hayley Atwell
Hayley Atwell
as
Hope
Dominic West
Dominic West
as
Mr Brittain
Kit Harington
Kit Harington
as
Roland Leighton
Alicia Vikander
Alicia Vikander
as
Vera Brittain
Colin Morgan
Colin Morgan
as
Victor Richardson
Miranda Richardson
Miranda Richardson
as
Miss Lorimer
Emily Watson
Emily Watson
as
Mrs Brittain
Taron Egerton
Taron Egerton
as
Edward Brittain
Anna Chancellor
Anna Chancellor
as
Mrs Leighton
Jonathan Bailey
Jonathan Bailey
as
Geoffrey Thurlow
Charlotte Hope
Charlotte Hope
as
Betty
Joanna Scanlan
Joanna Scanlan
as
Aunt Belle
Alexandra Roach
Alexandra Roach
as
Winifred Holtby
Emily Bevan
Emily Bevan
as
Convalescent Nurse
Henry Garrett
Henry Garrett
as
George Catlin
Jenn Murray
Jenn Murray
as
Dorothy
Richard Buck
Richard Buck
as
Wounded Soldier
Adam Ganne
Adam Ganne
as
Dying Officer
Mary Roscoe
Mary Roscoe
as
Mother
Emma Irving
Emma Irving
as
VAD Nurse
DIRECTOR:
James Kent
James Kent

AUTOBIOGRAPHY:
Vera Brittain
Vera Brittain

SCREENPLAY:
Juliette Towhidi
Juliette Towhidi

PRODUCERS:
Rosie Alison              David Heyman
Rosie Alison  David Heyman

MUSIC:
Max Richter
Max Richter


What's It All About...?
Considered one of the greatest war memoirs ever written, the Testament of Youth is a true-life account of Vera Brittain's life from 1914 - 1918, and a chronicle of how the First World War affected not only her, but the nation's lives.
Beginning in pre-war 1914, we are introduced to Vera Brittain, a determined and wilful individual with aspirations of not becoming just a traditional, young-married woman, but one who attends Oxford University and makes her own life-choices. Along with her brother Edward and his two friends Victor and Geoffrey, they enjoy life in their rural village. En route to Oxford, she is introduced to her brother’s close friend, Roland, and a relationship soon breaks out, as does War. The Testament of Youth is focused on the domestic view of the ones who joined the war on the front-line, and those at home with the consequent effects on loved ones, offering an unseen perspective, and solid-account of the despair that war causes.
Film Scenes...

FILMED ON LOCATION...
Many locations are used
again and again in film-making.
Film Tours
Film Locations
Find out which other films
used the same locations as
The Testament of Youth.
(courtesy imdb.com)
Awards for The Testament of Youth
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FILMS
FOR THE FUTURE
Never seen the Classics on the Big Screen?
Here's your opportunity. Let us know what you would like to see via the Box Office,
'On The Door' or Hulland Ward Post Office and General Stores.
 

2015-2016 SEASON - TEASERS
Click on image to watch film trailer.
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SPECTRE
December 2015

 
starring Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes,
Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear,
Monica Belluci, and Naomie Harris.

PEANUTS
February 2016

 
THE BRONTES
in June 2016

Starring Matthew Lewis, and Rachel Teate.
Casting on-going.

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS in July 2016
starring Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter,
Mia Wasikowska and Sacha Baron Cohen.
Casting on-going.

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AWARDS SEASON 2014-2015

CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARDS
16 JANUARY, 2015



GOLDEN GLOBES
11 JANUARY, 2015



PRODUCERS GUILD AWARDS
24 JANUARY, 2015



SCREEN ACTORS GUILD
25 JANUARY, 2015



DIRECTORS GUILD AWARDS
7 FEBRUARY, 2015



BAFTA FILM AWARDS
9 JANUARY, 2015



WRITERS GUILD AWARDS
14 FEBRUARY, 2015



FILM INDEPENDENT SPIRIT AWARDS
21 FEBRUARY, 2015



OSCARS: 85TH ANNUAL
ACADEMY AWARDS
22 FEBRUARY, 2015


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SETTING THE SCENE
Traditional Reel Print Projector

authentic reels recreating the golden sound of cinema
the silent screen
Peter and Bill at the 'Ticket Desk'

the silent screen
Front of Auditorium Facing The Big Screen - Preparing the Room


Return To The Top




PLACES, PLEASE !
on with the Show!

on with the Show!

on with the Show! on with the Show!

Return To The Top




F I L M      C O N T A C T S

STAFFORDSHIRE REELS ON WHEELS:
www.reelsonwheels.org
THE INTERNET MOVIE DATABASE:
www.imdb.com


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