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  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films
  • Oundle Cinema's New Season of Films

Welcome to Oundle Cinema

Oundle Cinema screens carefully selected, highly acclaimed films and thought provoking documentaries at Oundle's Stahl Theatre & Fletton House, as well as supporting screenings in many local village venues. It is managed by the Oundle International Festival team, run largely by volunteers and provides a friendly, local, accessible cinema where the experience is not just about seeing excellent films. If you'd like to know more or get involved, please contact us here.

Please note: internet sales close at noon on the day of a screening or on the Friday before a weekend screening. On the door sales open 30 mins before a screening.

We have recently invested in improving the sound quality for screenings at the Stahl Theatre by installing acoustic panels on the walls, upgrading the speakers and refining the amplifier settings. To see the results of sound tests done before and after the panels' installation, click here

DVDs are donated to the Friends of Oundle Library after screenings for personal hire. Browse the DVD Catalogue here

Tickets are £6.50 adult/£3 u18s (and £12.50 adult/£5 u18s for Matthew Bourne's Cinderella) for Oundle Cinema and £8 for dOCs+. dOCs+ season tickets cost £20.


Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool
     liverpool22
   Sunday 23 September 7.30pm
     Certificate: 15

Gloria Grahame moves to Liverpool at a desperate stage in her career, trying to come to terms with her future.


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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
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   Sunday 30 September 7.30pm
     Certificate: 15

 A mother challenges the local police department with the use of three billboards in her home town, following the murder of her daughter.


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Battle of the Sexes
     battle2
   Sunday 14 October 7.30pm
     Certificate: 12A

A retelling of the famous tennis match between the female World Number One, Billie Jean King and ex-champ Bobby Riggs.


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The Post
     post5
   Thursday 18 October 7.30pm
     Certificate: 12A

A cover-up over the Vietnam War pushed America's first female newspaper publisher and a hard-driving editor to join a battle between press and government. 


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Early Man
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   Thursday 25 October 6pm
     Certificate: PG

This family friendly film tells the story of caveman Dug and sidekick Hognob as they unite his tribe against a mighty enemy Lord Nooth and his Bronze Age City to save their home. 

 

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Darkest Hour
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   Sunday 28 October 7.30pm
     Certificate: PG

Four weeks in May 1940 would decide the fate of Western Europe, all hanging on the shoulders of one man, Winston Churchill.


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Journey's End
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   Sunday 4 November 7.30pm
     Certificate: 12A

The story of a group of British soilders in World War One as they wait out their fate.

  

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
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   Sunday 18 November 7.30pm
     Certificate: 12A

In the aftermath of World War II, a writer is inspired to visit the residents of Guernsey Island and hear their story.


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Matthew Bourne's Cinderella
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   Thursday 27 December 4pm
     Certificate: PG

Matthew Bourne's take on the classic story of Cinderella, set in London during World War II.


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