Here are the links to some of our film sources and other useful sites.
In order to calculate which film has been most popular and which has been least popular, we have used the following formula.
( (No. of Excellent votes * 5) +
(No. of Good votes * 4) +
(No. of Average votes * 3) +
(No. of Poor votes * 2) +
(No. of Very Poor votes * 1) )
/ Total No. of Votes for Film
This gives a score of between 1 and 5.
The F-Rating is applied to all films which are:
If it qualifies with one of the above it gets the Bronze rating.
If it qualifies with two of the above it gets the Silver rating.
If it qualifies with all three of the above it gets the Gold rating.
Women Over 50 Film Festival (WOFFF) brings you the fun, fearless and real stories about and by women over 50 with our annual short film festival and year-round events and film screenings.
Supporting and promoting Godalming to benefit the community.
IMDb is an online database of information related to films, television programs, home videos, video games, and streaming content online.
Godalming College is a great place to study and one of the top performing sixth form colleges in the country.
Overseeing and managing services in Waverley Borough.
Supporting local organisations and providing venues for displaying films.
The F-Rating is awarded to films with women in the roles of Director, Writer or significant screen presence. Find out more on the F-Rated website.
The BFI is the lead organisation for film in the UK.
Bringing together health & social care professionals, organisations & businesses to take action on dementia.
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