Maude (12), Sat 6th October 2018


Starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke – Set in 1930s Nova Scotia, ‘Maudie’ is the true story of the fragile but determined artist Maud Lewis, crippled with arthritis, and her unlikely romance with the reclusive Everett, a poor fish-seller, after he hires her as his housekeeper. Hunched with crippled hands, Maudie yearns to create art and to keep herself happy, Maud begins to paint the interior of the house with happy pictures and paint pictures on small cards, these folk art pictures how she wants to see the world – and she achieves a surprising rise to fame as a folk painter.

To download the poster in pdf, click here.

“This sensitive, beautifully acted film lingers long after the final frame, and the Canadian locations are breath-taking” – Empire magazine

“Sally Hawkins is extraordinary as Maud Lewis” – The Guardian

As usual it’s in the Village Hall, doors opening at 7.00pm with the film due to start at 7.30pm. Don’t forget there is a licenced bar, cool ices, posh pop, filter coffee and for comfort: Comfy chairs! Admission is £4.50 each and virtual tickets can be reserved atParkers Garage or by calling 01263 860257.

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