Theatr Mwldan Film Society will be showing a Finnish film in April.

The film, Fallen Leaves, will be screened at Mwldan, Aberteifi, on Sunday, April 14 at 6.30pm, rated 12A.

The showing offers an enticing prospect for film lovers everywhere as they get the chance to witness the minimalist masterpiece from Finnish director, Aki Kaurismäki.

Fallen Leaves is set in modern-day Helsinki and depicts a chance meeting of two lonely souls searching for love in a karaoke bar.

The film takes the viewers on a journey as the characters attempt to overcome obstacles like lost phone numbers, mistaken addresses, alcoholism, and a charming stray dog on their pursuit of happiness.

Critics have praised the Finnish filmmaker's sweet-natured romance narration, noting that it "fills you with a feel-good glow and laughs in the face of Putin’s threat to the country", according to The Guardian.

Theatr Mwldan Film Society, an award-winning charity, has been showing curated films that range from world cinema to British independent movies in West Wales for over 25 years.

The Society takes pride in providing an opportunity for movie-enthusiasts to experience thought-provoking films on the big screen.

The Society always welcomes new members and encourages people to come along and get inspired by their exceptional range of movies.