Slough Cooperative Film Society Slough Cooperative Film Society

The Society has been showing the best of world and independent cinema in Slough for 70 years


January to June 2018

Screenings are held at 8.00pm on Tuesdays at Datchet Village Hall, 3 Allen Way (off Horton Road), Datchet SL3 9HR. SL3 9HR

September to December 2017 programme as Program as PDF

Our next screening:

13th March

I Am Not Your Negro (12A)

Dir. Raoul Peck USA/France/Belgium/Switzerland 2016 (93m)

This Oscar-nominated documentary uses James Baldwin’s words to paint a portrait not only of the writer in his time, but also of the ideas that stretch beyond his work. Baldwin wrote about racism and white power in America with unequalled vigour, humour and insight.

IMDB Dudley's notes and as DOC

I am not your negro poster

Datchet Village Hall is a short walk from the village centre, shops and railway station.  There is plenty of free car parking adjacent to the hall.  Unfortunately it does not have a licence for the sale of alcohol but if you would like to bring alcoholic drinks to consume on the premises we will provide the glasses!

Also at the Village Hall - The Datchet Players present 22-24 March: Funny Money

The Royal Stag in the village centre on The Green is a proper pub serving good food and beer, and open until midnight.  Ideal for a pre-film aperitif or a post-film drink and discussion.

For more information about the films contact Dudley at

Practical details:

For more information, email

or Dudley Smithers

New: The reactions from the last programme have been uploaded

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