22nd March 2017 | Views: 28
Good news for the Andalus Cinema. We were successful in getting some new equipment from the BFI Neighbourhood Cinema Equipment Fund.
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Uzumasa Limelight Film Screening
28th February 2017 | Views: 2364
Uzumasa Limelight Film Screening at the Andalus Film Theatre on Saturday 4 March with our guest speaker David Britten who will be talking about the film and musings about the martial way.
Tickets: £5 | More info
At Home in the World
21st February 2017 | Views: 974
This Friday we are screening one of Take One Action's 2016 Festival highlights, At Home in the World.
This poignant film follows the lives of 5 refugee children in Denmark as they await the outcome of their family’s asylum claims, intimately capturing their extraordinary resilience and fragility – while also quietly paying tribute to their teachers’ remarkable humanity.
Ali is scared by his nightmares. His classmate, Magomed,... More info
The End of the Line
2nd February 2017 | Views: 2233
This Changes Everything
18th January 2017 | Views: 1836
Andalus and Take One Action Film Festivals are delighted to invite you to our next film screening 'THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING' on Friday 27 January. The film will be followed by a short Q&A with our guest speaker Dr. Svenja Meyerricks.
Filmed over 211 shoot days in nine countries and five continents over four years, This Changes Everything is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change.
The Island President
23rd December 2016 | Views: 2950
Film Screening: The Island President with a very special guest, Alastair McIntosh, who will be talking about politics, activism and climate change. Friday 13 January 2017. Doors open 6pm. This one is really not to be missed.
Jon Shenk’s The Island President is the story of President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives,... More info
Vanishing Of The Bees
1st December 2016 | Views: 3416
Andalus and Take One Action Film Festivals are delighted to invite you to our next film screening on Friday 16 December 2016. Doors open 6pm.
This documentary examines the alarming disappearance of honeybees and the greater meaning it holds about the relationship between mankind and mother earth.
Suitable for all ages. Please follow this LINK for more information.More info