FILM-lovers are in for a treat in Slindon.
The popular film night will return to the village on January 21 with a showing of the Life of Pi.
Director Ang Lee creates a visually stunning, lyrical and moving film about a young man who survives a disaster at sea and is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery.
While cast away, he forms an unexpected connection with another survivor – the fearsome Bengal tiger called Richard Parker.
Faithful to Yann Martel’s award-winning and much-loved novel, Lee was awarded the Best Director Oscar for achieving what most considered unfilmable.
The film will start at 7.30pm in Slindon Village Hall, in Reynolds Lane.
The showing is a not-for-profit event and relies on support from outside as well as inside the village to keep Slindon film nights going.
Seats can be reserved by contacting Moira Richards on 01243 814 735 or just turn up on the night. Tickets cost £5 per person.