Do you want to see some really good films without the bother and expense of going to a cinema?

Do you want to make the most of this fantastic new community centre?

Do you want an opportunity to meet friends and neighbours while enjoying a glass of wine or a hot drink?

Then the Bemerton Film Society is for you!

We meet in St John’s Place on the second Wednesday of the month at 7.45 p.m. Entry is £5.

BFS was set up in 2010 as part of the fund-raising effort for the church’s conversion. We show a wide variety of films: old and new, some well-known, some unrecognised gems. BFS regulars and local people have the opportunity to suggest titles, and choose what we screen from an annual questionnaire.

Superb new projection facilities have now been installed in SJP, which with the new comfortable seats, will greatly enhance the viewing experience. For more information and the future programme, go to the SJP website: 

2017 Bemerton Film Societies film list..

 All in St John’s Place on Wednesdays at 7.45 pm.

March 8: Woman in Gold  

(UK 2015) True life drama of an elderly Holocaust survivor who sued the Austrian government to reclaim a Klimt painting of her aunt, seized by the Nazis

April 12: The Grand Seduction

(Canada 2014) Sparkling comedy in which the residents of a Newfoundland fishing village conspire to charm a big-city doctor into staying for good

May 10: Brooklyn

(UK 2015) A drama about a young woman finds herself confronting a heart-breaking choice between two men and two countries

June 14: Amal

(Canada 2007). Drama about an honest auto-rickshaw driver in Delhi, a contentious inheritance, and a touching love affair

July 12: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (France/US 2007). Moving biographical drama about the extraordinary efforts made by a French journalist to communicate after suffering almost total paralysis