The Reelers Film Club latest showing at Clevedon

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By Carol_Deacon | Thursday, January 24, 2013, 10:55

Young people at The Curzon Cinema, Clevedon, have put together a programme for teenage film fans.

The Reelers Film Club is showing The Hunger Games (12A) at a special late Friday afternoon screening on February 8.

Directed by Gary Ross this is an adaptation of the young adult novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins and stars Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson.

This sci-fi film tells the story of teenagers from the post-apocalyptic nation of Panem chosen to compete in a televised fight to the death.

Heroine, Katniss Everdeen, steps in to take her sister's place as chosen female participant from her District, alongside her District's male participant, Peeta Mellark, and has to go to the Capitol to start training for the deadly game.

The film was popular at the box-office when it came out in 2012, and especially so with young audiences.

Tickets cost £4 to members of The Reelers with normal box office prices to non Reelers attendees.

The show starts at 4.30pm and lasts two hours and 22 minutes.

The Reelers film club is part of the Curzon's Youth Panel for young people aged 13-19, but is open to all ages to attend these screenings at the Curzon Community Cinema. 

Those with a loyalty card get the sixth screening for free.

For advance bookings click HERE rr phone the box office on 01275 871000.

The Curzon Community Cinema was first opened as The Picture House in April 1912.  

Now a Grade II listed building, it has been owned since 1996 by a registered charity, the Curzon Clevedon Community Centre for the Arts, formed to buy the building and run it as a community cinema.  

      

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