MOUNTFIELD BIG SCREEN FILM CLUB LAUNCH: Thanks to one particular, anonymous, generous donor, Mountfield Village Hall Committee are proud owners of some pretty nifty audio-visual kit capable of projecting full length feature films. Until now, it has been used very successfully for the Kids’ Film Club but now the grown-up, Mountfield Big Screen Film Club, version is set to launch on Friday January 29th with “O Brother Where Art Thou”.
Released in 2000, this warm comedy movie, headlined by George Clooney, quickly achieved cult status, not least because of its soundtrack. Modern artists like Alison Kraus and Emmylou Harris are mixed in with traditional southern states, cotton fields, mountain and early bluegrass singers and musicians. The Coen brothers directed, the musicians provided the soundtrack, Clooney and his co-stars provide the warmth and comedy, the Mountfield Club provide the bar, the Village Hall Committee provide the popcorn and snacks (seriously) — and all for five quid on the door. Doors open at 7.30
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