Welcome to 'Screen On The Green' Tewin.  In the Village Hall.

The next Film we are showing on 21st October 2019 is 'Empties' a Czech Film

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.

Czech literature teacher Josef unwillingly goes into retirement. Instead of a peaceful family life he chooses a part-time job in a supermarket at the bottle-return counter. The exciting new world that he creates there however leaves less and less room for his wife, Eliska, and she of course has no intention of getting used to it. This love story in old age dramatises the formidable moments in life, but its humour avoids sentiment in the style of a bitter-sweet Czech comedy. EMPTIES is the last in a trilogy from director Jan Sverak and his father screenwriter/actor Zdenek Sverak. The trilogy began with the Academy Award-nominated ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (1992), exploring childhood, continued into adulthood with Academy Award-winning KOLYA, and now comes to completion with EMPTIES, a comic love story about a man facing old age.