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BEACONSFIELD FILM SOCIETY IS SHOWING ONE LIFE (12A)

sat27apr8:00 pmsat10:00 pmBEACONSFIELD FILM SOCIETY IS SHOWING ONE LIFE (12A)FOLLOWS THE STORY OF NICHOLAS WINTON WHO HELPED SAVE HUNDREDS OF CENTRAL EUROPEAN CHILDREN FROM THE NAZIS ON THE EVE OF WORLD WAR II8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Station Rd, Beaconsfield, HP9 1LG Event Organized ByBeaconsfield Film Society

Event Details

On the 27th of April 2024 Beaconsfield Film
Society
is showing One Life (12A). Follows the story of Nicholas Winton, who
helped save hundreds of Central European children from the Nazis on the eve of
World War II. Running time 110 minutes, plus short item. Doors open at 7.15 pm
at the National Film & Television School Studios, Station Road,
Beaconsfield, HP9 1LG for pre -screening refreshments with the programme
starting at 8.00 pm prompt (no trailers!)

Members pay a reservation charge of £6 which includes a
glass of wine or soft drink. Guests pay a reservation charge of £10 and are
welcome accompanying a member or by contacting the Beaconsfield Film Society
via the website. The Beaconsfield Film Society has been screening films since
2008 and is a not-for-profit organisation. We show two films each month, at
weekends, and offer a varied programme of styles from across the world. We try
to balance mainstream cinema with award winning and arthouse films. To learn
more about the society or to view the full programme of films we are showing
please visit the website https://www.beaconsfieldfilmsociety.com/

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