Free screenings on Wednesdays at the Lazy Dog

November 09 2013

THE Lazy Dog pub, on Ashley Down Road, has begun its fortnightly film club season.

THE Lazy Dog pub, on Ashley Down Road, has begun its fortnightly film club season.

The Lazy Dog Film Club operates every other Wednesday, and will be showcasing films in the upstairs area of the pub. The screenings are free to attend and will continue until May.

"Our aim is to try and show great films that people don't often get the chance to catch at the cinema," says Mark Patterson. "We also like to programme some interesting short films too."

Films screened throughout October were The Hijacking and The Comedian. Over the coming months, the club will be showing Only God Forgives, Kings of Summer and The Act of Killing.

Last year, the Lazy Dog Film Club focused solely on Bristol-based, short film-makers and held Q&A sessions with the film-makers as part of the experience.

Mark adds: "This year we plan to show a range of award-winning short films from across the globe - anything that looks great - no matter where it was made or produced."

All film showings start at 8pm, but it is advised that those wishing to attend, book their free place beforehand, as there are only 35 seats per showing. Email LazyDogFilmClub@gmail.com to reserve a seat.

For more information on the up-coming films, visit: www.facebook.com/LazyDogFilmClub or follow @LazyDogFilmClub on Twitter