At the Lithgow Valley Community Cinema has a packed schedule for the upcoming Easter and Anzac long weekends.
The movie for Easter Monday at 2.00pm will be a repeat screening of “Amazing Grace”, the enlightening story of the great emancipator, William Wilberforce.
The movie on the Anzac weekend, on Friday 25th at 2.00pm will be the rousing story of the “Young Winston” telling the story of Winston Churchill from his school days to his election to Parliament. This will screen again on Sunday at 2.00pm with a brilliant documentary about the “Anzacs”.
On Saturday 26th also at 2.00pm there will be a collection of documentaries about both World Wars including “December 7th-The Day of Infamy”
For further information call 6353 1897.
The Lithgow Valley Community Cinema is a non-profit/non-commercial enterprise run entirely by volunteers of the Lithgow Film Society for the benefit of residents of the greater Lithgow area. The cinema is housed in premises provided by Lithgow City Council at 16-18 Main Street and seats 63 people in traditional cinema armchairs with a 51/2 metre screen.
Projection is 16mm, 35mm & digital, and screen movies from the early classics to new releases on the first and third weekends of every month, with additional screenings for special events and for community groups.