Film Club

KSSC Kineton Cinema and Film Club has been showing films at the Club since January 2009. The majority of attendees are KSSC Members but non members are also welcome (they have to pay the KSSC signing in fee to use the Top Bar facilities).

Initially we only showed films that came under the auspices of Stratford District Council's Rural Cinema (Moving Pictures)scheme which aimed to provide a high quality cinematic experience to people living in areas of rural isolation, and to help increase the use, value and sustainability of community venues throughout the district.

After the Council withdrew their support for the scheme KSSC decided to implement their own initiative and KSSC Kineton Cinema was created. Using the skills of KSSC members we designed and installed our own 'surround sound' cinema system. In addition to films the system has Bluetooth capability and can be used for discos, meetings, and to provide background music. We continue to operate under the aims of the SDC Moving Pictures initiative and we get positive great encouragement from Kineton Parish Council.

We currently show two films per month on the second and fourth Fridays and attendance at films is open to both KSSC members and non-members. Films can be either ticketed (currently £3 admission) or 'Free to Members' (non-KSSC members can attend but have to pay a nominal £1 club signing-in fee). Ticketed films are advertised via the Outlook, Village and Club Noticeboards and email distribution lists. Our licence restricts how we advertise' Free to Members' films to eMail and Club Noticeboards (contact to be placed on the distribution list).

To date we have shown over 200 films ranging from Oscar-winning blockbusters e.g. Slumdog Millionaire, La La Land, and Darkest Hour, to the more obscure gems e.g. Pride, Red Dog, and One Chance. We encourage members to send in requests, suggestions and recommendations. 

For more information on KSSC Kineton Cinema Club please contact Roy Harris 01926 642229,