Cinema

We have two quite different ways of enjoying film in the Coronation Hall.

Flix in the Sticks

For some years now, ‘Flix in the Sticks’ has brought a programme of current films to Coronation Hall, run by Cinema2U. The programme aims to screen one film a month in the 6 winter months – from October to March. This is always a very popular event.
A pre-film supper is usually available next door at The Forge (our village shop & cafe). Tables must be booked in advance and please contact the Forge direct to book supper – 01243 814324

Tuesday 24th March – ‘Official Secrets’ CANCELLED
Click here for details including booking information
(Please note – this is the last film of the current winter season).

Slindon Cinema at Coronation Hall

The Coronation Hall was built in 1937 to serve the village – a time when film was THE main entertainment and the Hall was created with a full projection room. For many years Coronation Hall put on films, until life moved on, the projector broke and was eventually removed. Well now its back. Joe Cornick is 18 and lives in Slindon, and with the assistance of the team from New Park Cinema he has created Slindon Cinema – in part as an element of his Film Studies course in Brighton, but mostly to indulge his passion for film in general and the magic of 35mm film in particular. He has returned the old projection room to its former role and installed a traditional 35mm projector and associated equipment.

At present, Slindon Cinema is not screening any films – in a statement on 15 March 2020, Joe Cornick said ;

“We are sorry to announce that all shows will be postponed to a further date due to current public health risks.
We will be back bringing you more classic film nights as soon as the current situation improves.We hope you understand that we don’t take this decision lightly.
Best wishes, Joe and the team at Slindon Cinema”

Click here for more details about Slindon Cinema.

Showing of ‘The Tango Lesson’ as part of the Chichester International Film Festival, at Slindon Cinema – August 2019