The next screening in our
Main Programme will be
2016, PG 13, 1 hour 36 mins

Friday 9th March 2018
8:00 p.m., bar opens 7:00 p.m.
The Crowborough Centre
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Buy tickets!
Tickets can be purchased from
The Crowborough Centre
and J&K Gallery
£5.00 member, £8.00 non-member
Member concessions available
Ticket info
Despicable Me3!

Join us for a very special screening of Despicable Me3 on Monday 12th February 2018, Noon-2 p.m.

This fund raising activity is sponsored by Pine Grove Pictures and The Crowborough Centre, in support of local man Ben Noakes to fund medical treatment. Good Luck Ben!
Tickets Available from The Crowborough Centre
Enjoy a meal
before the main film
The Gallery Cafe is available for bookings from 6:00 p.m. prior to all PGP Main programme films.

Please call 01892  668529

PGP Extra - it's a different World!
Main Programme
We show the best in popular film entertainment once a month. Click to see our programme and preview each film
20th February 2018
8:00 p.m. (doors open 7:30 p.m.)

PGP Extra
Ready for something different? PGP Extra gives you a chance to see outstanding World Cinema and Art-house films
Pine Grove Pictures is hosted by The Crowborough Centre. With HD picture quality and high quality sound, you will have a truly immersive cinema experience
Crowborough Centre
You don't have to be a member of Pine Grove Pictures to see a film - please feel free to just turn up on the night, but you will enjoy valuable benefits by joining the club
We welcome comments and suggestions about our film programme. Please do drop us a line!
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Pine Grove Pictures is a full member of the British Federation of Film Societies (BFFS). It operates as a not-for profit venture.
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About us
The film is based on Mahavir Singh Phogat who trained girls to wrestle (dangal). Singh Phogat is a former amateur wrestler and national champion based in a village in Haryana.  Forced by his father to give up sport in order to obtain employment, he vows that his unborn son will become a wrestler. Disappointed upon having four daughters, he gives up hope. But when his older daughters Geeta and Babita come home after beating up two boys in response to derogatory comments, he realises their potential to become wrestlers.
Starring: Aamir Khan, Sakshi Tanwar and Fatima Sana Shaikh. Hindi-Indian. Subtitles.

Pine Grove Pictures
Pine Grove Pictures is supported by the Neighbourhood Cinema initiative
which aims to provide low cost cinema to the local community.
Pine Grove Pictures is affiliated to the BFFS – British Federation of Film Societies.
Films to fall in love with
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British Film Institute
Neighbourhood Cinema
For many people in the UK, regular access to a cinema isn’t possible. There are many reasons why this might be – from living in a remote place, to the nearest cinemas being too expensive or not showing the films everyone wants to watch.
To help bring a cinema experience to more people, BFI Neighbourhood Cinema supports people in launching and sustaining community cinemas: regular film screenings in spaces such as community centres, village halls, or even local pubs. Take a look around our website for practical advice and inspiration about how to run a successful community cinema in your local area - it's completely free for everyone.
We’re also investing in an Equipment Fund scheme, which awards screening equipment to eligible community cinema groups. Alongside this, we’re supporting touring cinemas ­– organisations that take films and the equipment to show them into community venues – through the BFI Neighbourhood Cinema Pilot Fund for Touring Cinema Initiatives.
BFI Neighbourhood Cinema is part of the British Film Institute’s Film Forever programme, which aims to boost the UK film industry through funding, education and bringing greater choice to audiences.
Working closely with organisations such as Cinema For All and the Independent Cinema Office (ICO), our aim is to ensure that every person in the UK can access film screenings near them.
Pine Grove Pictures is supported by  BFI's Neighbourhood Cinema