By Haddenham Webteam - 10th November 2014 8:30pm
The Haddenham & District Film Festival will be opened on the evening of Friday 14th November by Jeremy Thomas, the UK's leading film producer.
Jeremy, a leading advocate of community cinema, will speak when the first film of the festival is shown at the Bernard Hall in Cuddington. This comes only two weeks since Jeremy was President of the Official Jury at the London Film Festival.
The festival theme "Cinema through the Decades" will come to life with some of the best films of the last eight decades, to be shown variously in Haddenham, Long Crendon, Cuddington and Bishopstone.
Two films will be shown on Friday 14th November, and three on each of Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th.
See our article Local Villages Film Festival for full details of the programme and venues.
Tickets are available in advance by ringing 01844 291613 or you can buy your ticket on the door.
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