Each year the CRFS shows films under a subject banner. We have had a comedy year, political year, drama year, documentary year and so on, for many years.  However, this year, and once again over the obligatory bottle of wine, the Film Society Committee has created a new and exciting season of film based on...well, just based on some of their own, personal favourites that they thought it rude not to share!  See below for the full 2018/2019 season. Please come and support us and realise the immense pleasure of watching films amongst a group of friends, neighbours, colleagues. 


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, The Old Brewery , Cromarty

Paddington 2

Certificate PG 2017 101 minutes Director: Paul King Paddington 2 is 'The Godfather Part II' of Peruvian bear movies, a sequel that surpasses the superb original. Well worth a marmalade sandwich. It is bloody marvellous, cancel every...

, Victoria Hall, Cromarty

The Big Heat

Certificate PG 1953 90 minutes Director: Fritz Lang One of the classic Noir movies starring the real Gloria Grahame. Extremes of light/shade are tight-focused from a malignant Lee Marvin and a vivacious Gloria Grahame, while Lang’s d...

, Victoria Hall, Cromarty

A Fantastic Woman

Certificate 12 2017 100 minutes Director: Sebastian Lelio An accomplished and deeply moving film, gloriously rendered with shifting harmonies, gusto, poise and heartfelt emotion. An exquisite melodrama about the extremes of love and grief....

, Victoria Hall, Cromarty

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Certificate U 1964 91 minutes Director: Jacques Demy Jacques Demy and Michel Legrand's reinvention of the movie musical has tinsel, Technicolor, and a beating, broken heart. Demy’s pragmatic, hopeful message is that our heartbreak...