Welcome to 'Screen On The Green' Tewin. Our new season of film shows continues on 20th November 2017 In the Village Hall.
The film is 'The Draughtsmans Contract'
Tickets, as always, are priced at £4 which includes a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits which we think you will agree is very good value for money.
doors open at 7pm for a 7.45 start.
Tickets available from Tewin Stores or at the door on the night.
Many of our guests look forward to film nights as an opportunity not only to watch a film that they may not have seen before but to catch up with friends and neighbours in a pleasant friendly environment. They sit at candlelit tables on comfortable chairs and enjoy their own drinks and snacks or we have ice cream, chocolate and soft drinks to buy as well.
The Draughtsman's Contract is a 1982 British film written and directed by Peter Greenaway – his first conventional feature film (following the feature-length mockumentary The Falls). Originally produced for Channel 4 the film is a form of murder mystery, set in rural Wiltshire, England in 1694 (during the reign of William III and Mary II). The period setting is reflected in Michael Nyman's score, which borrows widely from Henry Purcell and in the extensive and elaborate costume designs (which, for effect, slightly exaggerate those of the period). The action was shot on location in the house and formal gardens of Groombridge Place