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Films are screened at The Harlington in Fleet every fortnight on Mondays. Everyone is welcome.

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Guest tickets are £7.00 at the door or Buy online

Doors open 7:30pm, film at 8:00pm.
Bar open from 7:30pm.

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When Abel’s mother announces she is going to marry recently released prisoner Michel, Abel decides to protect her. However, things go wrong when Michel, Abel and his best friend Clémence decide to pull off a heist. A screwball caper that will keep you guessing until the end.

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L'Innocent

11th March 2024

The inspiring story of Lawand, a deaf boy brought to the UK by his family who left Iraq in the hope that he can find his voice and learn to communicate with the right help. An immersive, poetic and heartfelt documentary.

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Name Me Lawand

25th March 2024

Gilles’ lie that he is Persian saves him from execution at a Jewish concentration camp but forces him to teach the officer in charge of the kitchen Farsi. To stay alive, Gilles must keep teaching a language he doesn’t know. Extraordinary, unpredictable and memorable.

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Persian Lessons

8th April 2024

Chef Cheng travels to a remote Finnish village with his son to find an old friend. While at Sirkka’s café, he offers to help cook in return for help in his search. Cheng soon discovers unexpected friendship and more. A feel good “foodie” film with dreamy Lapland Landscapes.

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Master Cheng

22nd April 2024

In 2012, Maureen Kearney was beaten and raped in her own home. The distrustful police investigation accuses her of lying. Is the attack linked to Kearney’s attempts to expose secret deals with China to share nuclear power technologies? A blood-boiling injustice drama.

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La Syndicaliste

13th May 2024

Out of work actor Etienne is recruited to teach a small group of prisoners how to act. Having decided to take the play “Waiting for Godot” on a tour outside prison, will Etienne and his troupe succeed? Crackles with charm and nervous energy.

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The Big Hit

3rd June 2024

In 1961, to show Soviet ‘cultural supremacy’, the Kirov Ballet went on tour across Europe with the sensational Rudolf Nureyev. This is the story of his defection despite the efforts of the KGB to send him back. A portrait of a complex and gifted dancer with beautiful dance scenes.

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The White Crow

17th June 2024

When Captain Neuville goes to war, he leaves behind fiancée Pauline. With no letters arriving, Pauline’s sister decides to write, pretending to be Neuville. When Neuville returns, how can he live up to the stories in her letters? A rip-roaring costume farce, back by popular demand.

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Return of the Hero

1st July 2024