Community Cinema gets a boost from Heaven
Local community cinema group, Milnathort Filmhouse is kicking off 2015 with an added boost from local business Heaven Scent. The cinema group, which is run wholly by a team of dedicated volunteers, first film of the year is Gone Girl, the gripping movie adaptation of the Gillian Flynn’s best seller. The event is being supported by local business man Andrew Scott who runs Milnathort eatery Heaven Scent.
Eithne Middleton, who heads up the community group, commented “We’re thrilled that Andrew has given a donation to Milnathort Filmhouse, it has allowed us to buy some much needed equipment and supplies for the group. The continued support we have seen from Heaven Scent over the last few years has been fabulous and it’s great that Andrew is supporting us again in 2015”.
Cinema goers will also have the chance to be the first to sample the Heavens Above, the new private dining rooms above Heavens Scent. This has recently been the talk of the town as the door up to the area is currently covered by a SMEG fridge door. Andrew is giving cinema goers a special preview of the 3 unique rooms; The Drawing Room, The Study and The Library offering a special “dinner and movie” deal before the showing.
Gone Girl is showing at 8pm on Saturday 28th February 2015 at Milnathort Town Hall, followed by kids movie How to Train your Dragon 2 at 3pm on Sunday 1st March. Tickets can be reserved via the website www.milnathortfilmhouse.com
Milnathort Film House is a non profit voluntary local Community Cinema, passionate about using film to make a positive contribution to our local community. They have a major focus is making the big screen experience affordable & local.
Milnathort Film House currently donate from their annual profits to the Milnathort Town Hall Refurbishment Fund .