Plans are advanced for the Cheltenham International Film Festival, directed by CFS member Leslie Sheldon. It will take place between 27 May and 1 June at various venues around Cheltenham and will include a competition for new films, a tribute to Mike Leigh, a premiere of a British feature starring Bill Nighy and a tribute to Polish cinema. There will also be numerous master-classes and talks. More information on our [cont'd.]
Thanks to all who attended our Fantastic Films event at The Playhouse Theatre. We hope you enjoyed the programme.
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Our 73rd season is now concluded. We hope you will rejoin for the 74th season, which starts in September. Details on how to rejoin, or join for the first time, will be issued in July, when we will announce details of the programme of films. This season’s best-liked film was Life Feels Good, which scored 93.87 per cent, followed by Maudie, Water and Land of Mine, all of which scored more than 90 per cent. [cont'd.]