Oswestry Film Society has announced their eighth season of films showing at Oswestry’s community cinema, Kinokulture.

The society screens films on the first and third Tuesdays of each month and the new season runs from May to September, starting on May 1 with acclaimed US indie drama The Glass Castle, starring Oscar winner Brie Larson.

Film society member Michael Hudson said: “Our last season featured some big films, but our new one focuses on the smaller dramas that have slipped under the radar in recent years. “We have Jon Hamm as a hologram in Marjorie Prime, Blythe Danner playing a longtime widow starting to date again in I’ll See You In My Dreams and we celebrate Independence Day with a documentary about Barack Obama, The Final Year.

“Rounding things out we have some great world cinema and a 50th Anniversary screening of the classic comedy, The Odd Couple.”

A season ticket covering all eight films costs just £24 and on the door tickets are available at £6 per film.

“The season ticket means you pay just £3 per film and get a guaranteed seat, it’s often cheaper than streaming them at home, and you get to support your local cinema into the bargain” continued Michael.