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WELCOME TO HARROGATE FILM SOCIETY

 
 

Upcoming Events

  • Minari
    Mon, 07 Feb
    Odeon, Harrogate
    07 Feb, 19:45
    Odeon, Harrogate, E Parade, Harrogate HG1 5LB, UK
    Jacob Yi relocates his Korean-American family to rural Arkansas, to start afresh and capture the elusive American Dream. Funny, beautiful, impactful, “Minari” is a great story about a man’s determination to create the best possible life at a very difficult time.
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  • The Hunt
    Mon, 21 Feb
    Odeon, Harrogate
    21 Feb, 19:45
    Odeon, Harrogate, E Parade, Harrogate HG1 5LB, UK
    Mads Mikkelsen plays Lucas, a well-liked primary school teacher in a small community. His life is derailed in the blink of an eye, following an innocent lie by a small child. Ostracised along with his son, Lucas falls victim to mass hysteria.
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  • TINSEL. The Lost Movie About Hollywood (Double Bill - 1st Film)
    07 Mar, 19:45
    Odeon, Harrogate, E Parade, Harrogate HG1 5LB, UK
    a humorous, melancholy, and affectionate look at the global obsession with movies, "TINSEL - The Lost Movie About Hollywood" was lost for 30 years and never shown publicly. The film includes new footage and reflection on present-day Hollywood.
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  • UNVISIBLE MONSTERS (Double Bill - 2nd Film)
    07 Mar, 21:00
    Odeon, Harrogate, E Parade, Harrogate HG1 5LB, UK
    Boy accidentally discovers parallel dimension. Friend dies. Crackpot Scientist finds him. Government exploits their research. Monsters escape. Now, Boy and scientist must save the world.
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ABOUT HARROGATE FILM SOCIETY
NOW SCREENING AT ODEON HARROGATE

Now in its 66th season, Harrogate Film Society is run by a group of film enthusiasts in an informal, welcoming atmosphere. We are currently working on our new programme for the 66th season starting in September. As always this will focus on bringing you critically acclaimed and diverse films from all over the world. Entertaining, thoughtful, sometimes unusual and stimulating, virtually all rarely screened in the U.K.

Screening the films at the Odeon allows us to be able to offer members and guests the full cinematic experience, including surround sound and comfortable seating.

Harrogate Film Society partner with the Yorkshire Film Archive, Odeon Harrogate, and Harrogate Theatre. We are also members of Cinema for All and The British Film Institute.

 

ACTIVITIES

As well as our core programme of contemporary films from around the world, we also sponsor and actively support the annual Harrogate Film Festival, and organize occasional film-related events in the local community under the banner of 'Flash Film'.

For our new Festival Features online programme of films click here

HARROGATE FILM FESTIVAL

Harrogate Film Society has sponsored and supported the festival since its inception. Films we have screened under the auspices of the festival include Reservoir Dogs, American Psycho and The House That Jack Built.

FLASH FILM

With this initiative, our goal is to promote film in the local community. Films we have shown under this banner include Some Like it Hot, Brooklyn and Cabaret, in venues as varied as the North Bar, the Manhattan Club and Harrogate Theatre.

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JOIN HARROGATE FILM SOCIETY

£45

Annual Membership

Annual membership will give you free access to all 15 films for the 2021-22 season, as well as priority access to ad hoc events  organised by the film society during the year. As well as the films themselves, we also put on 4 pre-film social evenings, and several post-film disussion groups. Everyone who attends the films is welcome to attend these.

If you would like to find out more about what we do, please get in touch using the email address provided in the Contact Us section.

 
 

PAY AS YOU GO

Harrogate Film Society welcomes members and non-members alike. Purchases made on the door must be paid via card or cheque. Unfortunately, we can't accept cash this season.
 

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 “WHEN PEOPLE ASK ME IF I WENT TO FILM SCHOOL I TELL THEM, ‘NO, I WENT TO FILMS’.” 

Quentin Tarantino

 

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