The Folkestone Film Club meets every Thursday morning for members and guests to socialise and enjoy complimentary tea, coffee, and biscuits in our main screen, followed by a film at 11am.
Each film in the programme is repeated in the smaller screen the following week, so you can catch up on any missed screenings.
Save £1.50 on admission to the Film Club each week by becoming a member; purchase your membership from our box office. Annual membership and can be managed or renewed online. New memberships will be available from 9th September.
If your original membership expired after 17th March 2020, please retain your paper membership card. We will extend your membership and provide a new card on your next visit.
The Folkestone Classic Film Club was originally founded in 2003 by Peter Gee Pemberton and John Swift to bring international, independent, and critically acclaimed films to their community. Today’s club continues in the same spirit.
Mary Hussain, who converted to Islam when she married, lives quietly in Dover with her husband Ahmed. Following his unexpected death, she discovers her husband's shocking secret life just twenty-one miles across the English Channel in Calais, and is compelled to travel to France in search of understanding. Filmed partly on location in Dover.
Following the economic collapse of a company town in rural Nevada, Fern packs her van and sets off on the road exploring a life outside of conventional society as a modern-day nomad in the American West.
Tickets for this show are only available to purchase on the door up to one hour before the performance start time. We apologise for any inconvenience caused, and are working to make future Film Club shows available for advance booking.