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Welcome to the 2013-14 season


This is Otley Film Society's fifteenth season, and again is based at the Otley Courthouse.
This year we have a very varied programme featuring Oscar winning performances, tense thrillers, comedies of various genres and the usual mix of modern foreign films. We have included the Hansel of Film collection as a celebration of short films made in Shetland, NE England and Yorkshire.
Please note that we are now able to screen Wrinkles (Arrugas). We have re-arranged the showing for Thu 24 April, replacing The Past which has not yet been released.
We have also now chosen the mystery film which will be 12 Years A Slave to be shown on Thu 22 May.
Films are screened on Thursdays at 7.45pm with a licensed bar from 7.00pm.
The Otley Courthouse is fully accessible.
 

The Film Programme





Special Events


OFS will also be running the following community events during the coming season.

These events are in addition to the full season of films, and are not included in the membership fee.
All of them are open to members and non-members.

Further details at: Otley Courthouse What's On
 

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Venue: Otley Courthouse on Courthouse Street - Otley's Arts and Community Resource Centre.
Two minutes walk from the Bus Station
Show times: Films are screened on Thursday at 7.45pm with a licensed bar from 7.00pm
Access:The Otley Courthouse is fully accessible
Membership:£35 For All 18 Films plus Hansel of Film Shorts
 Temporary Memberships available.
Contact: Alex Leggat, 16 Halstead Drive, Menston, LS29 6NT
Email: info@otleyfilmsociety.org.uk
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