Gower Film Club

The Gower Film Club presents current films which are screened in Reynoldston Village Hall on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7.30 p.m. (unless otherwise advertised). Occasionally extra films are shown on Friday evenings.

Membership is £10 per annum or £4 per film. New members most welcome (only £5 from July!).

Please note that  although we try to present the latest films, there is a delay before they become available to us as a dvd. The time lapse depends upon the popularity of the films which are always released to the cinemas first. But we are doing our best!


Ken Gilligan  391219; Deb Vine 391280

We are unable to sell drinks but you may bring your own refreshment  (glasses will be provided).

Our next film


Our next film will be



Wednesday 22nd November at 7.30

Reynoldston Village Hall

My Cousin Rachel is a highly enjoyable mystery thriller of the sort that modern communication and the internet have made impossible to set in the present day. Based on the 1951 novel by Daphne du Maurier, and adapted and directed by Roger Michell, it is a fantastically preposterous psychological drama featuring a lush score from Rael Jones and a tremendous lead performance from Rachel Weisz – who is mean, minxy and manipulative. She is a great villainess, a character who uses the promise of sex and the actual activity of sex for her own ends and yet keeps alive the possibility that she isn’t what we suspect. The Guardian

Films that we have shown over the past 5 years and are still available to borrow are listed here:  films-shown-2011-present (click to open)

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