We're back!  Now that the country has been able to open up again we are pleased to announce details of our Autumn Season.  We have missed you all over the last three curtailed seasons so hope our film choices for the Autumn Season will whet your appetites.

We open with a visually-spectacular documentary from Macedonia about a female bee-hunter whose very existence is put at stake by some travellers who invade her land.

Dramas from Paraguay (a first for us), Mexico, Lebanon and Turkey add thrillingly to the mix.

A South Korean film set in a monastery on a lake will offer you a most Zen-like experience.

We show a black and white classic comedy (Kind Hearts and Coronets) in a newly-restored version which features Alec Guinness playing no less than eight characters.

And we will screen a fabulous flamenco-infused drama by Spain's masterful Carlos Saura.

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We show our films at Dodbrooke Parish Hall (at the north end of Church Street). Click here to see the Hall location. The Hall has parking in the school car park behind the Church, has two toilets and a smart kitchen from which we can offer you our excellent refreshment facilities and Juanita's delicious cake! We will space chairs in the Hall so social distancing measures can still be achieved and will offer hand sanitising facilities. We ask that you wear your mask on arrival at the Hall (but you may take it off once you sit down in your seats).

If you are not already a Member of Kingsbridge Kino, please consider joining as membership subscriptions are vital to our financial success, making it possible to show such a diverse programme.

Tickets cost £5 (members) or £10 (visitors) with Membership for the Autumn season costing £5 giving you a saving of £40 on admission prices. Anyone who was a member in 2020 will have their membership honoured for the remainder of 2021.

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