Determined to show interesting films in Nairn as suggested by those who want to watch them ie not the regular "blockbusters" but classics and lesser-known gems from around the world. Films are currently screened in the Nairn Community & Arts Centre on King Street (just off the A96) and occasionally in The Little Theatre (also in King Street but in Fishertown).
Screening may sometimes be cancelled or films substituted (for reasons beyond our control such as licencing and/or distribution rights) please check for latest information and before travelling any distance.
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"The Boys Are Back" with nine votes secured a winning place over "Arsenic And Old Lace" that polled eight votes with "Local Hero" and "Roman Holiday" each attracting seven votes, forty votes were cast in all which is just about 50% of the fans.
Carl, a fisherman in the waters off Washington state, has been found dead, drowned in his own nets, but with a serious head wound. Was he murdered? Post-war anti-Japanese sentiments are still running high, and a murder suspect is found in the local Japanese-American community in the form of Kabuo, another fisherman, who had a grudge against Carl's family. Ishmael, the small town's newspaperman, may have the information that would acquit Kabuo, but can he ever put his jilted love for Hatsue (Kazuo's wife) aside?