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Sunday, 25 September 2011

October Film - The Trip

Director: Michael Winterbottom
Cast: Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon
Run Time: 107 minutes
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English


In an attempt to impress his American girlfriend, Mischa, Steve Coogan accepts a commission from Sunday newspaper, The Observer to go on a restaurant tour of the north of England for a column in their monthly food magazine. However, when Mischa (who was supposed to accompany Steve on the tour) insists that they take a break from their relationship and returns to America, Steve is forced to search for another accomplice. When he discovers all his other friends are "busy", he reluctantly invites his former colleague, Rob Brydon.


The Trip is a British comedy film, edited from the BAFTA award-winning television sitcom series of the same name. The film stars Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as fictionalized versions of themselves.





"Viewers will barely stop laughing." -John Anderson of Variety


Tickets are available at Cinema Six prior to each screening.

Members: $10.00/Non-members: $12.00
Membership: $20/Season
Season Pass (9 monthly screenings): $70 (includes membership)

Please note: Our film screenings begin promptly at 6:45 pm - please arrive early. Season pass holders must arrive by 6:30pm in order to claim their seat. We reserve the right to sell unclaimed seats after 6:30pm.

Friday, 23 September 2011

Exciting Times Ahead for Chatham-Kent Film Group

A new Cineplex Odeon theatre is being built in North Chatham on St. Clair Street. This theatre will be a 26,000 square foot complex with seven screens and 1372 seats. The theatre will also feature digital projection and the first UltraAVX auditorium to be offered in Southwestern Ontario! Three auditoriums will be equiped with RealD 3D technology so guests can enjoy some of the many great movies scheduled to be released in 3D.

The Chatham-Kent Film Group will be moving to the new theatre in 2012!!

We know that you will find the latest audio, visual, digital and RealD 3D technology, along with the extra-wide high back rocker seats to be a welcome improvement to your film experience.

We have had many challenges and accomplishments over the past year. Our group has been faced with increased costs due to the implementation of HST, and a new theatre partner with an increased rental agreement. Even with these challenges, we were able to award the Chatham-Kent Film Group Scholarship to deserving Chatham-Kent teens who plan to study cinema at a post-secondary level.

Our group has maintained the current price structure for members and season pass holders since 2004. With the added cost burden of this past year, our 2011 rates will increase slightly. The new rates and dates for this year's screenings are listed on our About page. Our goal is to provide you with a fantastic cinematic experience!

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us by email at ckfilmgroup@gmail.com or by mail at our address listed on our About page.

We look forward to seeing you this coming season.

Without you, the theatre is dark.