Pavilion Pictures

Hemingfords’ community cinema, showing great films every fourth Friday of the month.

NEW FOR JANUARY 2024
PAVILION PICTURES, YOUR COMMUNITY CINEMA IS RE LAUNCHING
AT THE NEW TIME OF 3PM ON THE 4TH FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH
COME AND JOIN US FOR A RECENTLY RELEASED FILM SCREENING. 

ALL WILL BE MADE VERY WELCOME
TICKETS £5 FROM BUDGENS HEMINGFORD OR ON THE DOOR

Cinema doors open 2.30pm for 3pm start.  Bar open afterwards for post screening drinks.
Tickets £5.00 from: BUDGENS Hemingford, the Pavilion bar or on the door

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Telephone: 01480 465092                                                        Email: [email protected]

Friday 22nd March

ONE LIFE

ONE LIFE unveils the genuine account of Sir Nicholas ‘Nicky’ Winton, portrayed by Hopkins, a young London broker who, in the months leading up to World War II, undertook the heroic mission of rescuing 669 children from the clutches of the Nazis. In December 1938, Nicky ventured to Prague, discovering families who had fled the Nazi regime’s ascent in Germany and Austria, living in dire conditions without adequate shelter or sustenance, and with the looming threat of Nazi invasion. Realizing the urgency, he embarked on a race against time. How many children could he and his team save before the borders sealed shut?
Fast forward fifty years to 1988, and Nicky is still haunted by the children he couldn’t rescue to safety in England, carrying the weight of self-blame for not doing more. His journey towards closure begins when a live BBC television show, ‘That’s Life!’, surprises him by introducing him to surviving children – now grown adults – prompting him to confront the guilt and sorrow that he had carried for half a century.

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