Tuesday, February 10, 2004
Film Trilogy in Chichester this weekend - Tehanu @ 21:37 PST
Lord of the Rings Weekend

At Chichester Cinema at New Park

14th and 15th February

Saturday 14th February - The Complete Trilogy

See All 3 Films in 1 Day

The Fellowship of the Ring (PG) 10am

The Two Towers (12A) 1.30pm

The Return of the King (12A) 4.45pm

Pre-book a Lord of the Rings Lunch just £6. Comprising deli sandwich, Tyrell’s finest crisps and gorgeous homemade cakes from Hornet Provisions Co. Drinks and snacks available from the bar. There will be an interval of 30 minutes after Part 1 and 15 minutes after Part 2. Special offer: Book for all three films… Tickets £14 (public), £12 (Friends), £10 (students/unemployed), £8 (children under 15)

Individual Films: £5.50/£4.50/£3.75/£3

Sunday 15th February - Focus on Film Talks

Find out more about the Lord of the Rings

The Music of The Lord of the Rings

Howard Shore's music for The Lord of the Rings trilogy has been declared the Best Soundtrack of all time by Classic FM listeners. What is it about this music that has captured the interest of such an enormous audience? How did the composer and director conceive of such a mammoth task? All of this and much more will be considered and illustrated in an informal presentation hosted by film music critic Paul Tonks. Approx length: 1? hours

Date: Sunday 15 February 12noon Venue: Studio 2

The Return of Middle Earth: there and back again

Dr Lynn Forrest-Hill the Education Officer of The Tolkien Society will be discussing the transference of Tolkien’s trilogy from the page to the screen. Approx length: 1? hours

Date: Sunday 15 February 2pm Venue: Studio 2

Ticket prices:

£4 for individual talks

£6 for both talks

£8 for one talk and the 4pm screening of Return of the King

£11 for both talks and the 4pm screening of Return of the King

Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (12A) is showing throughout the week: Friday 13 February 4.15 Saturday 14 February 4.45 Sunday 15 February 4.00 Monday 16 February 12.00 Tuesday 17 February 4.15 Wednesday 18 February 7.15 Thursday 19 February 4.15

Chichester Cinema at New Park New Park Road Chichester West Sussex England P019 7XY Box Office: 01243 786650 Chichester Cinema


Ian Collier Tolkien Society Publicity Officer 45 Caldew Maltings Bridge Lane Carlisle CA2 5SW UK

e-mail publicity@tolkiensociety.org

2005: 50 Years of Lord of the Rings Conference in Birmingham UK, see Tolkien Society for details.

The Tolkien Society was founded in 1969 to further interest in the life and works of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.B.E., the author of The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion and other works of fiction and philological study. Based in the United Kingdom and registered as an independent, non-profit making charity, number 273809, the Society has an international membership which benefits from regular publications and events.