We kicked off the return from the summer break in style with Humphrey Bogart in one of his classic roles as Sam Spade in “The Maltese Falcon“, a film which Bogart himself said “It was practically a masterpiece. I don’t have many things I’m proud of but that’s one.” Poor Carl, our committee member who […]

FAMILY SUNDAY Announcing our new 2018 Season. We hope you enjoy our selection! APRIL 22 – ZOOTROPLIS A rookie bunny cop and a cynical con artist fox must work together to uncover a conspiracy MAY 27 – ICE AGE: COLLISION COURSE Manny, Diego and Sid join up with Buck to fend off a meteor strike […]

FILM THURSDAY – The 1940s Having spent much of the last year in the 1950s, we’ve decided to go back a decade. Choosing 7 films from the literally hundreds of high quality classics was difficult. Our Programming Team produced a shortlist of 25. From there our Committee voted and reduced it to 15 – after […]

It was a lovely atmosphere at Some Like it Hot on the 21st September. “The Big Easy 3” entertained us not only before the film, but also during the interval – and even played a rousing rendition of “Oh When the Saints” at the end as people were leaving. The film itself obviously went down […]

July’s presentation of “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” was memorable for a number of reasons. In the audience was our 2,000th customer (21 months after starting in September 2015 and after just 46 films!). And we had our first death – although all in the best interests of the film! Above, our audience just […]

We’ve now finalised our 2017/2018 season of films!  Based on feedback from our audiences we produced a shortlist – and then our @BillericayCine Volunteers voted for the final selection. Family Sunday Family Sunday continues with our tried and trusted mix of family oriented films. We’ve got some great films – including sequels to films we’ve already shown […]

Breakfast at Tiffany’s was easily our most ambitious showing yet. Selling tickets was the easiest task we’ve had; they literally flew off the shelves – definitely a film people wanted to see on the big screen but tonight was definitely a “more than just a cinema” evening.

“Well done, the best night out I’ve had in ages”. Thursday 9th February saw us showing the classic Film Noir from 1946 – The Big Sleep. We’d sold out of this quite a while in advance which was incredibly pleasing given that we thought we’d have an audience of about 30. Instead a massive 61 people sat and watched Humphrey […]