7.30pm Monday 3rd April 2017
(PG) 2003, 92mins, Japan
Christmas in Tokyo. Three homeless friends: a young girl, a transvestite, and a middle-aged vagrant. While foraging through some trash, they find an abandoned newborn.
Director: Satoshi Kon & Shôgo Furuya
Torbay Film Club
is a not-for-profit group run by volunteers who want to see the finest independent and world cinema in Torbay. Our monthly screenings at St Matthias Church are very sociable with many guests having a drink and a chat before the film. The films we are showing were voted for by our members and include a mixture of English language, subtitled, documentary and a classic film. We look forward to welcoming you and sharing with you our enthusiasm for films!
Membership - Only £30 A Year
Membership is valid for 12 months and gives free entry to the 9 screenings that follow the date you join. That's less than £3.35 per film!
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Under 25-year-olds can now buy a full season's membership for only £25.
Tickets On The Night Only £5.50
Non-members are always very welcome. A ticket for one screening is £5.50. Identification will always be requested for under 18's).
All films are shown at St Matthias Church, Wellswood, Torquay and start at 7:30pm which includes a 5-minute-introduction talk to the film. Please arrive by 7:20pm to be ensured a seat.
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Want To Screen A Film Yourself?
Torbay Film Club is looking to support community groups who would like to screen films at special events. We can offer excellent audio-visual projection equipment, support and advice at a greatly subsidised rate.
We've worked with Torbay Care Trust, a learning disability charity and other fledgling film clubs such as Follaton in Totnes.
In return, we’d like to raise our own profile in the Bay and have the opportunity to work in partnership with other Torbay community groups. For more info, please fill in the form on the Equipment Hire page