The Isle of Wight has a number of great locations where you can sit back and enjoy a timeless classic, or discover an innovative independent film.
Shelter inside on a rainy day, or relax in the sunshine at an open air showing.
Pick up a drink and some popcorn at the front desk and make your way to your screen where you can put your feet up and enjoy the show.
As well as being home to some traditional-style cinemas, the Isle of Wight has a great range of quirkier venues.
The Isle of Wight Film Festival in August, which coincides with the great Ventnor Fringe Festival, showcases the best of Island filmmaking talent and the group behind it show classic and independent films throughout the year.
Venues include a church in town renamed ‘The Sacred Cinema’ and the hottest garden in the UK, Ventnor Botanic Garden.
For an evening of wine and film in luxurious art deco surroundings, make your way to the sophisticated Ventnor Arts Club.
The club regularly shows thought-provoking independent films, including international releases.
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