Monday 31 March 2008

Extra screening of No Country For Old Men (no more cataclysms, please)

An additional screening of No Country for Old Men will take place at 11.15 Saturday 5 April in The Courtyard.

Why? Because torrential rain for most of Saturday afternoon and evening caused structural damage to The Courtyard and led to all screenings being cancelled. Normal service has now been resumed. Here is the information from their website:

Over the weekend an inspection revealed damage caused by heavy winds to the end wall facing the car park. Measures were immediately taken to secure the building pending full repairs. The building is now completely safe and secure for the public and is open as usual.

The Lives of Others did go ahead at the WRVS Hall, the Flicks in the Sticks venue in Hereford, on the eastern edge of the city. The film drew a capacity crowd, an encouraging sign for the promoters who are participating in the Film Festival for the first time this year.

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