THEATR Mwldan Film Society’s next screening at Cardigan will take place on Sunday, February 9 (6pm) with Sometimes Always Never (12A) starring Bill Nighy.

A father searches for the son who walked out on their family years earlier, following an argument about a game of Scrabble.

A drama about words and loss, it tells the story of a family whose exceptional Scrabble vocabulary does not serve their ability to communicate with each other, and their subsequent journey to reconnect.

Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce, The Guardian says: “The film positively twinkles with insouciance, and is performed with aplomb, particularly by Bill Nighy.”

The Telegraph describes the film as “an oddball gem of Scrabble, sadness and English whimsy.”

Theatr Mwldan Film Society is an award-winning charity that has been bringing the best in arthouse cinema to West Wales for 25 years. On Sunday evenings from September to May they screen a carefully curated season of 30 films.

The films range from award-winning world cinema through to British independent film, compelling documentaries and animations.

Entry is either by an annual full membership or on a film by film basis.