FILM FESTIVAL II
Monday 25th - Friday 29th June 2007
The Elstree Film and Television Heritage Group (EFTHG)
will be running the Elstree Film Festival II during the
last week in June, and this year will be screening a
trio of Hammer films, including On the Buses, Scars of
Dracula and The Devil Rides Out.
exists solely to promote the film heritage of
Borehamwood, working to maintain that legacy with local
schools and recording the experiences of local residents
who previously worked within the industry. The first
film festival last year was a great success, with fans
coming from as far away as Manchester to revel in the
big screen outings.
BUSES opens the festival on 25 June, with the screening
preceded by a gala opening ceremony, complete with
double decker bus and guests. Its hoped that there will
be special guests connected with the films, as last
for each event cost £7.00 with discounts on offer if
tickets are bought for other events during the week.
are available here:
– Fri 29th June 2007
What Is It ?
The Elstree Film Festival
is a selection of films made in Elstree.
On The Buses
The Railway Children
Hammer Horror Double Bill
Indiana Jones and Raiders of the Lost Ark
When Is It ?
The films will be shown
from Monday 25 June to Friday 29 June.
Doors will open at 7:00
and the evening’s activities will start at 7:30 SHARP,
except for Thursday when
doors will open at 6:30 and the programme will start at 7:00
Where Is It ?
The Reel Cinema at 84,
Shenley Road, Borehamwood, HERTS WD6 1EH
What Makes It So Very
Each film will be shown
back on the big screen, where it belongs. Watching a DVD on
your television does not compare to seeing … and hearing …
these classic films in a professional cinema.
Each screening will
include a Q&A session after the film, when members of the
audience will have their chance to ask our invited guests
who took part in the making of the film, either in front or
behind the cameras.
AND …. This is your only
chance to see ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ in a cinema ANYWHERE
this year ! All other screenings have been cancelled while
the new Indiana Jones film is in production.
What Will It Cost Me ?
will cost £ 7.00
Buy a ticket for a
and both tickets will
cost you just £ 12.50, a saving
of £ 1.50
Buy tickets for
and pay £
all, Buy tickets for
for only £
we’ll give you a
ticket to the
How Can I Get My Tickets
Tickets are being sold
over the counter at :
Hall Brook Close Borehamwood WD6 5BT
( cash or cheque )
( open Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 4:00 )
Cinema 84 Shenley Road Borehamwood WD6 1EH
( cash )
( open every day from 11:00 to 23:00 )
Tickets can also be
purchased by sending a cheque ( payable to ‘The Elstree Film
and Television Heritage Group’ ) to :
HERTS. WD6 5BT
What If I Have A Question
Please phone 020 8207
1382 and specify ‘Film Festival’
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