Organisers for Cinema In The Creakes are calling on supporters to help choose their next series of films to be shown in the run up to Christmas.
The team behind the project plan to include members in the decisions over all future films to be shown at North Creake Village Hall if their experiment is successful.
Phil Lines, of the group, said: “We have provided a list of eight films that we have chosen for you. As an experiment, we ask you to chose the three films that you would most like to see at Cinema In The Creakes. We will then endeavour to show them in the October to December screenings.
“We ask that you reply by Wednesday and we would also like your views on whether to continue the experiment or not. Your co-operation and input will be most appreciated.”
A Promise (12A) is a romantic drama set in Germany just before the First World War, it tells the story of a married woman who falls in love with her husband’s protégé.
Belle (12A) is a period drama inspired by the true story of the illegitimate mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral in late 18th century England.
Jersey Boys (15) charts the rise to fame of 1960s pop group The Four Seasons. A musical directed by Clint Eastwood and featuring some jolly good tunes.
Keeping Rosy (15) is a heart-racing journey of self-discovery, atonement and danger follows as Charlotte, a woman defined by her career, fights for a rosy future.
Mr Morgan’s Last Love (12A) stars a retired American philosophy professor who meets a young Parisian woman following the death of his beloved wife.
The Two Faces Of January (12A) is a stylish adaptation of a classic thriller, it follows a wealthy couple with a dark secret as they lure a young tour guide into a web of mystery and danger.
The Book Thief (12A) is a wartime story told from ‘the other side’, through the eyes of a young foster child who discovers the meaning of life through her obsession with books and reading.
Tracks (12A) is a spectacular ‘landscape’ picture about a young woman who undertakes a trek from Alice Springs north to the ocean based on the true story of naturalist Robyn Davidson.
Go to www.northcreake.org.uk for more information or to send in your top three choices.
The Monuments Men is showing on Tuesday, July 29.