Celebrating bringing films to Stafford for over 70 years
The Gatehouse Theatre has re-opened and is welcoming its customers back...
Mindful of guidance from Public Health England, we are pleased to be able to announce the start of our new Autumn 2021 season of 12 films in the Gatehouse Theatre.
We really appreciate the support you all give the Film Theatre, and thank you for your understanding during our period of closure. BUT do join us for the new film season. We will endevour to create as safe and comfortable an environment as we can.
in the Gatehouse Theatre, Eastgate Street, Stafford.
Director: Aleem Khan
Running Time : 89 mins
Given the events of the last year, we have consciously aimed to provide a season with several uplifting films, including this excellent opening movie.
Set in the port of Dover, Mary Hussain (Joanna Scanlan), finds herself a widow following the unexpected death of her husband Ahmed (Nasser Memarzia). A day after the burial she discovers a secret, whilst tidying his things in their Dover home and then sets off to uncover the truth just 21 miles across the Channel in Calais. This is a remarkable debut from director Khan, who handles the subject matter with a delicacy and tenderness that is testament to the quality of its writing and performances. It is brilliantly led by Scanlan, ably supported by Nathalie Richard and newcomer Talid Ariss.
Click on the pictures above to go to the film trailer..
Book your tickets by visiting the Gatehouse Box Office:
Autumn Season of films commencing 14 September 2021
14 September 2021
21 September 2021
28 September 2021
5 October 2021
12 October 2021
26 October 2021
9 November 2021
16 November 2021
11 January 2022
Sound of Metal
18 January 2022
25 January 2022
1 February 2022
Click on the film title above for more details on each film.
we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have about the Stafford Film Theatre.
In memoriam - Mark Harrison (1968-2021)
It is with great sadness we report that former Chairman of Stafford Film Theatre Mark Harrison has died, aged 52.
Mark will be remembered by past and present members as a mainstay of the film theatre over many years. For over twenty years he gave dedicated service to the delivery and presentation of good films in Stafford.