Coming soon...

Autumn 2019   

Thursday 5th September - Red Joan (12A)

Thursday 3rd October - Collette (15)

FRIDAY 1st November - Rocketman (15)

Thursday 5th December - Fisherman’s Friends (12A)


Tickets at Daisy B's available from the Monday after the previous show



Church Fete 11th May Film Quiz Answers


Congratulations to John Williams

for getting all 12 questions correct


1.       In the 1964 Bond film "Goldfinger” what is the weapon that Oddjob uses?  Steel-rimmed bowler hat

2.       What image is associated with the opening of J. Arthur Rank films?  Man banging a gong

3.       Which is NOT a song from Carol Reed's 1968 musical "Oliver!"? It's The Hard-Knock Life (Annie)                                              

4.       For which film did the British actor Daniel Day-Lewis win his first Academy Award playing the role of a   paralyzed man who learned to paint with his foot? My Left Foot    

5.       'The Day of the Jackal', from 1973, starred which British actor as the assassin attempting to kill Charles de Gaulle? Edward Fox         

6.       Which original 1971 release was of one of the most controversial films of the decade, with a classical music soundtrack from Rossini and Beethoven? A Clockwork Orange     

7.       How many actors have officially played James Bond?  SEVEN Barry Nelson (1954) Sean Connery(1962) Roger Moore (1964) George Lazenby (1969) Timothy Dalton (1987) Piers Brosnan (1995)  & Daniel Craig (2006)

8.       Which director made his name in TV, specialising in hard-hitting realistic social dramas, and went on to make films like 'Kes' in the 1960s and ‘I, Daniel Blake’ ? Ken Loach           

9.       In 2015 Eddie Redmayne won an Academy Award for his brilliant portrayal of scientist Stephen Hawking. Name this film? Theory of Everything

10.     What London studio was known for their eccentric, sometimes zany comedies?    Ealing

11.     Pass the parcel.....Take it, feel it and pass it on...That's the game I want you to learn" In which film did Hector say this?  The History Boys

12.     "The difference between a lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves but how she is treated" Who was the Professor talking about?  Eliza Doolittle (Professor Higgins quote from My Fair Lady)








Titchfield Moviola Extra


From time to time we would like to offer something a bit different. This may be a documentary, a foreign language film or a series of short local films. The venue may be different and this event will be tickets in advance, as the venue may be smaller to create a more intimate cinema going experience.


Thursday December 6

Divided (12A)

Lee Craigie and Rickie Cotter dreamt of being the fastest and winning this incredible cycle race from Canada to the border with Mexico. This inspiring documentary by The Adventure Syndicate was the last film to be chosen by Julia Park for Titchfield Moviola & will be shown in aid of her chosen charity Clear Sky (


The Tour Divide route follows the Continental Divide down the spine of the USA. It covers a distance more than three times the length of the UK, with just under 20 Everests’ worth of climbing. The rules are simple: eat and sleep when you like, but the clock never stops. Follow the exact route and remain completely self-supported. And if that’s not enough of a challenge, racers have to dodge bears, lightning storms, snow and snakes. This is the story of their adventure. It’s not a straightforward one, but then none of the best stories are.

The Adventure Syndicate has been showing this film to groups of teenage girls whom they work with in schools in Scotland.

"My hope is that this film will show them camaraderie, cooperation and collaboration and show women who are not following the traditional model and are going against the flow and having a ball - not listening to the people who say that is not possible and that it is a bit dangerous and I think that is a really powerful message for teenage girls," said Lee.

This short film has the added bonus of being introduced by Lee Craigie herself and she will be available after the showing to answer questions about her epic trip. 


Tickets cost £8 and will be available as usual from Daisy B's The Square Titchfield and online at



This video is from a previous bike trip just to give you a flavour 






The 39 Steps - 1959 version 

Friday 22nd June



In London, a diplomat accidentally becomes involved in the death of a British agent who's after a spy ring that covets 

British military secrets.“the picture quality is excellent (Eastmancolor), lovely views of London and Scotland in the 1950's, plenty of humour, nice actors and a good plot which really keeps you guessing ( Richard Rhodes)


Running time 93 mins




Sorry no bar available

Please bring a drink or call in at the Queens Head on route - Tickets are limited, available soon









Black and White 40's Night - Dress up if you like

Saturday 20th January in the Titchfield Parish Rooms

Brief Encounter (re-mastered)

70th anniversary re-release of David Lean classic

Starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard

Brief Encounter, filmed during the last months of the war, is a tale of forbidden love and doing the right thing in an era of British stiff upper lips and high moral standards, and it is 70 years old.

At a café on a railway station, housewife Laura Jesson meets doctor Alec Harvey. Although they are both already married, they gradually fall in love with each other. They continue to meet every Thursday in the small café, although they know that their love is impossible.


Running time 86 mins 

Sorry no bar available

Please bring a drink or call in at the Queens Head on route - Tickets are limited, available December










Wednesday 18th January

The Eagle Huntress (U)

Venue - Titchfield Parish Rooms, High St


A documentary about a young girl from the plains of Kazakhstan who trains as the first female in 12 generations to become an eagle hunter and rises to the pinnacle of a tradition that has been handed down from father to son for centuries. Executive produced and narrated by Daisy Ridley (Rey in “Star Wars”), it’s a unique coming-of-age tale, as exuberant Aisholpan proves that a young woman’s dreams can come true.


Running time 1 hr 37 mins.