Pembridge Film Nights

Non-profit community cinema

7.30pm Sunday 6th March: Nomadland (12)
2021 Oscar for Best Picture - Book now
There will also be tickets available on the door.
"Overflowing with humanity and tenderness" - BBC

Please scroll down for details of all our forthcoming films. Website updated 5th March 2022

About Pembridge Film Nights and a word about Covid

About us: We are the only Flicks in the Sticks community cinema to run in a pub - and probably the smallest Flicks venue too! The New Inn in Pembridge, in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside, is a lovely old pub on the famous Black and White Trail. They kindly allow us to convert their function room into our mini-cinema on a couple of evenings each month during the season.

Tickets and times: Normal admission is pegged at just £5 plus a very small online booking fee. The New Inn opens at 7.00pm (6pm on weekdays), and all presentations start at 7.30. You can book on our TicketSource page. You can usually buy tickets on the door, but check this website before travelling just to be sure.

Covid: Our venue is small and friendly, and in normal times we have a maximum seating capacity of about 35 people, but currently it's just 25. Even so, social distancing is not possible. The current UK Government advice for England says: "From 27th January, there is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering. People are still advised to wear one in crowded and indoor spaces where they may come into contact with people they do not normally meet". We therefore suggest wearing masks, and also request that you take a lateral flow test before attending to protect others, and obviously don't come if you test positive or are in any doubt about your symptoms.

If we have to cancel a showing: If Covid rules or conditions force us to cancel a showing, we will update this website and will also contact people who have booked for that film by email (if possible). Please check this website before travelling to attend a showing, to make sure it is going ahead.

Refunds: If we have to cancel a showing due to Covid rules or conditions, your full booking payment, including any booking fee, will be refunded. However, we cannot make refunds if you simply decide not to attend for your own reasons.

Our 2021-2022 season

We have an excellent programme, listed below, starting with a few "feel good" films to ease us back into movie-going, and moving on to more challenging (and all award winning) films in the new year. We no longer have an interval during our films, but there is time afterwards for an ice-cream (courtesy of the New Inn) and a chance to discuss the film.

Please book online at If you haven't booked a seat and would like to buy tickets on the door, please email before 6pm on film nights to check whether there are any seats left.

Already shown...
Sun 27th September: Judy (12A
Sun 10 Oct:
The Last Bus (12A)
Sun24th Oct: The Englishman who went up a Hill but came down a Mountain (12A)
Sun 7th November: Military Wives (12A)

Sun 21st November: Dream Horse (PG)
Postponed: Nomadland (12A) (but rescheduled for 6th March below)
Sun 30th January: Ammonite
Sun 20th February: Even When I Fall

Still to come, subject to prevailing rules...

Please note that after a big response to an email survey, the planned film (Untouchable) for 6th March has been replaced by Nomadland, which we had to postpone in January.

Sun 6 March: Nomadland (15) - Frances McDormand and many more

When the gypsum mine in Empire, Nevada closed down, the place became a ghost town with no work. Widowed Fern () puts her life in a small van and travels the American West, working odd jobs and sharing experiences with fellow nomads on the fringes of conventional society.

The film that swept the board through the 2021 Award season (Best Film, Best Director, Best Leading Actress) is restrained, contemplative, and includes numerous non-actors - though you'll have a job to guess who they are. A stunning road movie about a forgotten and often ageing underclass from vanishing working-class communities and a personal portrait of quiet but formidable resilience. Never depressing, always looking forward, and the sort of people you'd really like to meet down the road.

2021 Oscar for Best Picture - "Overflowing with humanity and tenderness" - BBC

Privacy notice

If you book through our Ticketsource page or through Flicks in the Sticks, or if you reserve seats by email or phone us, we may record your name, phone number and email address. This information will only be used to contact you in connection with your specific enquiry or booking, and/or (if you have so requested) to send you information regarding future Pembridge Film Nights and related events. We will not disclose any personal information to any outside person or organisation and we will do our best to respect your privacy. Should any concern arise, please contact us (contact details below). Thank you.

Contact us

You can contact us by email at If emailing please make sure you give us your name, contact phone number and your email address If you don't get a response within a few days, please try again!

For bookings, please go to our TicketSource page.

Please DO NOT phone or speak to the New Inn about film nights, as they cannot deal with enquiries or bookings.

Join our mailing list

Simply email us at and put "join mailing list" in the subject line or in the main text, and you'll get a regular (but not intrusive) reminder about our forthcoming films. To unsubscribe, email us and put "unsubscribe" in the subject line.

How to find us

There is parking in the New Inn car park (please do not block garages or gates). There is also a free public car park behind the King's House Restaurant, which is about 2 minutes walk from the New Inn.