Linenhall Film Club | Mr Jones (Cert: 15)
We're back once again for the next instalment of the Linenhall Film Club! This time we're offering Agnieszka Holland’s most recent film Mr Jones - Based on a true story that inspired George Orwell's 'Animal Farm'.
Tues 30 June
Duration: 141 mins
Promo code: Linenhall
On Tuesday 30 June we will be back for our regular Linenhall Film Club slot!
Next up is Mr Jones, directed by Agnieszka Holland.
Once you purchase a ticket you have 48 hours to watch the movie. The Linenhall Team are going to watch the film at Tuesday 30 June at 8pm, which is our regular cinema slot, and we invite you to watch with us!
Click here to purchase a screening ticket: Mr Jones
1) Click BUY IT NOW
2) Enter the discount code Linenhall and you will get the opportunity to support the LINENHALL ARTS CENTRE as your cinema. In doing this we will receive 25% of your rental fee and you will be directly supporting our future film programme. We greatly appreciate your support.
Please note: you will not receive any reduction in price by using the promo code, but the distributor will give the LINENHALL ARTS CENTRE 25% of the net revenue!
3) Enter your name and email address and select CONTINUE
4) Enter your card details and billing address
5) PAY £4.99 (or €5.60 approx.)
6) Press PLAY - You will also be emailed a link to your digital purchase
The film link will be available for 48 hours
Terms and conditions apply, rentals are valid for a 48-hour period. See Modern Films’ website for more details.
If you have any queries or feedback about this experience please contact Bernie at email@example.com
About the film:
Based on a true story that inspired George Orwell's 'Animal Farm'. James Norton stars as courageous Welsh journalist Gareth Jones who brought the genocidal famine in Ukraine in the 1930s to the world's attention.
Part human drama, part conspiracy thriller, Agnieszka Holland's ('Europa, Europa', 'Pokot', 'In Darkness') bold film channels an eclectic mix of 'The Third Man', 'Hearts of Darkness' and 'The Masque of the Red Death'.★★★★ "gripping Stalin-era thriller" The Guardian