11 December 2011

Hemingford enjoys a Christmas 'miracle'

It was nearly a full house for Pavilion Pictures' first 'general release' film, Miracle on 34th Street, the modern classic Christmas film starring Richard Attenborough. Thanks to everyone that made it and please spread the word about Pavilion Pictures!


Our next film, on Friday 13 January, is The Social Network, which won 'Best Film' at the Golden Globes and picked up three Oscars earlier this year. For more information and the trailer, click here. Tickets on sale now - see you in January!

12 November 2011

Full house for Pavilion Pictures' launch

Nearly 100 invited guests and volunteers packed the Hemingford Pavilion on Friday 11 November for Pavilions Pictures' launch film, 'Water for Elephants'.


George Jackson, Pavilion Pictures' Chairman, opened the proceedings with a few words about the new community cinema and led the minute's silence, which was doubly appropriate as the Pavilion forms part of the Hemingford Peace Memorial Field, which was established in 1946 as a war memorial after WWII.


The Picture House team is currently working its way through the survey results, but it appears that the cinema has a big thumbs up and tickets have already been sold for the first 'general release' film on Friday 9 December


Volunteers are due to leaflet both villages in the coming days, so head to the Pavilion Bar or Hemingford Stores quickly to beat the crowds and secure your seat for the next film. We look forward to seeing you!

06 November 2011

Pavilion Pictures takes to the airwaves

George Jackson, Chairman of Pavilion Pictures, was interviewed on Huntingdonshire Community Radio (104FM) on Sunday 6 November and revealed the films that will be shown as part of the winter series. Click here for details.

15 October 2011

We're nearly ready

The Pavilion Picture House is nearly ready to launch.

D
etails of the first film will be announced here and on Facebook - search for 'Pavilion Pictures (Hemingford)' - on 11 November. Watch this space for more information.

The film that started it all



Check out the trailer to 'From Time to Time' - and visit the house in Hemingford that inspired it...

Pavilion Pictures is born

Following the success of the showing of 'From Time to Time' earlier in the year, which was attended by more than 300 people, a community film club has been born!

The inau
gural meeting was held on 15 September and there's room for lots more volunteers.

If you are interested and want to know more, contact the club Chairman,
George Jackson (gnjackson2003@yahoo.co.uk).