Tuesday, 16 June 2015


Welcome to the Worthing Film Club website. We are a film society running since 2007 who screen films that don't get an airing in our town. From older classics to great independent films & gems from World Cinema, films are screened every month either at Coast Cafe des Artistes on Worthing seafront or at the Connaught Studio cinema.

Screenings are free to members, but non-members can attend paying full admission price.

Membership is £25 a year which includes:
  • 12 Free films a year
  • Free use of our extensive DVD library (members can take out 2 films a month)
  • Reduced price admission for members' guests to some Worthing Film Club Screenings
  • Free admission to our annual Christmas Party with free drinks and food
To join Worthing Film Club you can either join on the night either before or after the film or you can e-mail us at worthingfilmclub@gmail.com

Cheques (payable to 'Worthing Film Club') and correspondence should be sent to:
Worthing Film Club
32 St Michael's Road
BN11 4RY

We don't tend to publish our forthcoming programme too far in advance, as we tend to pick up films as they become available just after release, but as an example of our programming here are the films we showed within the last 24 months: Elle, Mustang, Hunt For The Wilderpeople, Under The Shadows, Son Of Saul, Mon Oncle, Tangerine, The Assassin, Dheepan, The Lobster,, Taxi Tehran, A Touch Of Evil, Silvered Water, 71, A Man Escaped, Wild Tales, Duke Of Burgundy,The Lunchbox, Two Days One Night, Ida, The Selfish Giant, Under The Skin, The Imposter, In The House, Wadjda....

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Monday, 15 June 2015

JULY FILM: '71' - Monday 6th July 8.15pm at the Connaught

July's film is the much praised '71' (UK 2014 dir Yann Demange), a tale of a young soldier who gets separated from his unit during a riot in Belfast and has to make his way back through the hostile streets.

In some ways a flipside to Carol Reed's 'Odd Man Out' (1947) which had a republican outlaw making his way through the backstreets of post-war Belfast, '71' has met with universally good reviews "a taut nail-biting thriller" (The Guardian), "blindingly strong"(The Telegraph), with a strong central performance from Jack O'Connell ('This Is England') as the young soldier stranded in an alien and deadly landscape.

The film is at 8.15pm at The Connaught, Worthing. It is free for members, or £7 for non-members. Membership is £35 / year for 12 films, and includes use of the Worthing Film Club DVD library, and also allows reduced price entry for guests.  Details of how to join can be found here

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