The Beaconsfield Film Society has been screening films for our community since 2008 and is a not-for-profit organisation led by a dedicated volunteer committee.  We show two films each month and offer a varied programme of styles from across the world, often preceded by a short film.  Each year the society gives The Anthony Pickavance Bursary to a talented NFTS student nominated by NFTS.


The Society
has about 400 members who enjoy the privilege of watching screenings in the purpose-built auditorium at the National Film and Television School in central Beaconsfield. We are very grateful to the NFTS for the use of their facilities.


The National Film School
, as it was originally called, opened in 1971 on the site of the former Beaconsfield Studios. World-renowned, the NFTS has launched the careers of many famous directors, producers and other key players in the film industry.  Through the ensuing years, the school's reputation has grown; not just in Britain but worldwide, and it is now considered to be one of the finest film, television and new media schools in the world, annually producing a steady stream of award-winning students, graduates and alumni. To learn more about the NFTS click here.


Members
pay a reservation charge of £6, which includes a glass of wine or soft drink, and nibbles. Guests are welcome, either accompanying a member, or by contacting the BFS via the website. Guest reservation charge is £10. Doors open at 7:15pm. Programme starts at 8pm prompt (no trailers!).


Cinema location
- National Film and Television School, Station Road, Beaconsfield, HP9 1LG

We look forward to welcoming you soon at one of our screenings.