High Peak Film

This website is closing down

We were an independant website informing residents of the High Peak where they can go to watch films.

There are no Cinemas in the High Peak but there are many organised film clubs who enjoy watching films together on a 'big screen'.
Most of them also allow walk in members.

Previously, this website had a list of registered members who had access to a list of the films being screened by all these film clubs but these film clubs now have their own established local members list.
so .... . . . . . . .

in the New Year this website will close!

If you have any comments about this website then feel free to
email me at info@highpeakfilm.org.uk

Below is a list of the current film clubs with their contact details

Bakewell Film Club
Buxton Film

Paupers Pit, Old Hall Hotel (SK17 6BD) and also at the Pavillion Arts Centre (SK17 6BE) in Buxton.
Buxton Film screen several films each week at both of the above locations.
And Every March, in conjunction with the Buxton Opera House, they host the "International Film Festival"
Their website is www.buxtonfilm.org.uk.

Chelly Film Circle (Chelmorton)

The Institute, Main Street, Chelmorton, SK17 9SH.
Screen films on the 2nd Wednesday each month. Visit Chelly Film Circle

Chinley Cinema

21 Lower Lane, Chinley, SK23 6BE.
Screen two films every month. normally on a Sunday. They screen a family film in the afternoon and a film for older people in the evening. Website: Chinley Club or their Facebook Group


73 Spring Bank, New Mills, SK22 4BH
Screen in the newly renovated Arts Centre showing films every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.
Their website is www.springbankarts.org.uk or visit their Blog

Furness Films

Social Club on Yeardsley Lane, Furness Vale, SK23 7PN
Screen films every 3rd Friday of the month. To find out more go to their website www.furnessclub.co.uk

New Mills Art Theatre

Jodrell Street, New Mills, SK22 3HJ
Show films every month in 5.1 surround sound. Visit their website www.arttheatre.co.uk/films/

Peak Film Society (Glossop)

The Partington Players Theatre, Henry Street, Glossop, SK13 8BW
Screen regular films throughout the year. Visit their website www.peakfilmsociety.org or call 01457 853893.

Quality Films (Buxton)

Methodist Church, Chapel Street, Buxton, SK17 6HX
The very First film club in the High Peak!
Screen films in the Methodist Church Hall in Buxton, generally every month. Telephone: (01298) 25134

Whaley Films

Have screened monthly films in Whaley for several years. They also have a DVD lending catalogue.
Recenly let down by the Town Council are looking for alternative screening locations.
Maybe the Uniting Church! Stay Posted!
Facebook Page Email:whaleyfilms@hotmail.co.uk. Tel: 07531 982995.