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Blue Door Cinema offers a bespoke cinema experience in the heart of Great Missenden.

Blue Door Cinema is a not-for-profit community cinema designed to show films that you want to see. Enjoy great films on a big screen with a glass of wine, a cold beer, home-made sweets and savouries, plus comfy cushions.

 

See our Programme page for details of the NEW Spring Season of films for 2015!

 

Next matinee screening – THE JUNGLE BOOK (U) – Sat 24th January, 3pm

Next evening screening – TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT (15) – Sat 24th January, 8pm

Happy New Year!  And welcome to our Spring Season.

We begin 2015 with two wonderful films – a vintage classic, and a contemporary drama, both of which have something to say about community, family, and where to fit in.

The Jungle Book is classic family entertainment – a wonderful musical animation based on Rudyard Kipling’s tale of fun and danger in the jungle.  Ten year old Mowgli has been raised by wolves.  When the dangerous tiger, Shere Khan, returns to the area, Mowgli’s friends – Bagheera the panther, and Baloo the bear – try to return him to the safety of the human village.

a jazzy, bopping nuthouse of a flick… a favourite… for its giddy humour and belting songs… pretty much perfect viewing time and again” – Empire

Two Days, One Night is one of those films that, once seen, will stay with you like nothing else you’ve seen this year.

Marion Cotillard plays Sandra who, at the start of the film, receives a phone call from the small solar-panel factory where she works: a vote has been taken and her colleagues have chosen to have her sacked to protect their annual thousand-euro bonus. When Sandra protests, her boss agrees to have the vote retaken on Monday morning, after she has had a chance to make her case. She and her husband realise that Saturday and Sunday must be spent visiting her colleagues one by one, pleading, persuading and securing their support.  The most beautiful and heart-rending film of the year.

 

Cotillard is magnificent, her luminous eyes reflecting a soul in crisis. The Dardenne brothers have created a film for its time, bristling with peril and alive to every flicker of human decency” – Rolling Stone

“Drama that grips as tightly as any thriller” – The Telegraph

Tickets are on sale NOW from Samways or HERE on the site.
info@bluedoorcinema.org