A COMMUNITY led cinema programme at Wrexham's Ty Pawb in September, with a different film being shown every other Thursday at the arts hub.

73 Cinema, a film production company focusing on features, television and online content will screen a different film at each event and provide access to independent and world cinema, from classics to new releases.

Robert Corcoran, Producer, said: "73 Degree Films are delighted to be working with Film Hub Wales and Wrexham Council to bring a new cinema programme to Wrexham.

"Ever since Tŷ Pawb opened it's been a huge ambition of ours to make this happen and we're extremely excited to roll out the red carpet and get going in September!

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"The programme includes a huge variety of films and events, with the company adding there will be something for everyone."

The opening film in the programme will be Gruff Rhys' 'American Interior', which be shown on September 5, and this will be followed by new releases including Claire Denis' 'High Life' (September 19) and the Aretha Franklin documentary 'Amazing Grace' on December 12.

A special Halloween screening of '28 Days Later' will take place on October 31 and in November the 1954 version of 'A Star is Born' starring Judy Garland will be specially screened as part of the 2019 BFI Musicals Season.

As part of the programme a selection of short films will also be showcased at each event. Filmmakers can submit their films now for a chance to win a selection of awards and prizes at https://filmfreeway.com/cinema73.

Tickets for every event are available to purchase now at 73cinema.com or alternatively, on the door (subject to availability) or reserved at Tŷ Pawb shop. There is also a full season pass available, allowing those that wish to attend everything to save 25%.

Tickets are £5, with £4 concessions with doors for every performance opening at 6pm.