Screening Film

Category: 2014 highlights

Space and Superstitions – screening highlights w/c 5th Jan

This week’s picks are by roller girl, film blogger and editor of Lead Jammer mag, Moxie McMurder. Though mad, bad & dangerous to know, she’s clearly someone with a taste for the classics and the unusual.   The Man Who Fell To Earth Monday 5th January The Dukes, Lancaster, The Dukes Moor Lane Lancaster LA1 […]

Cultivate Film Club – Aussie Crime Double-Bill

Cultivate Film Club here in Manchester is perhaps the city’s best kept cultural secret. In 2014, they hosted around 50 free, diversely programmed double-bills ranging from video nasty (Cannibal Holocaust/Straw Dogs) to philosophical, existential horror (The Addiction, Santa Sangre) & from the seminal cinema (I Am Cuba, Marketa Lazarova) to perception altering docs (House I […]

Watch the Skies! Jodrell Bank Observatory, 3rd/4th October 2014

Watching Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey outside was a genuinely emotive experience. I’d never been to Jodrell Bank before, but seeing the ever-incredible Soup Collective’s projection mapped commission onto the Lovell telescope’s inverted dome was truly breathtaking. Added to this, there was an introduction from one of Kubrick’s scientific associates plus the masterpiece itself. I’d […]

Video Jam – Spaces @ The Kazimier. 14/11/2014

The event was a stunning mixture of cutting edge, live electronica and sound art performed to a variety of 16mm video works by the likes of Wulf collective and James Snazell. One of the few chances this year locally to actually watch something on celluloid and actually projected (the shock!) from the film itself in […]

The Life Aquatic 35mm, Phoenix Leicester, Thu 20 Mar

Could only make it to one film in the Wes Anderson season and glad it was my favourite of his. Life Aquatic on 35mm looked and sounded glorious! Submitted by Jake Harvey (@jakeoharvey) See more 2014 Screening Highlights here

Heaven Adores You @Hyde Park Cinema, Leeds Film Fest @ 19/11/2014

A gorgeous documentary inspired by the music more than the tragic ending, Heaven Adores You is a biopic of Elliott Smith, indie’s reluctant poster-boy of the 90s. Bittersweet doesn’t even cover it. Submitted by Jane McC (@janemcconnell) http://speechmarksblog.co.uk See more 2014 Screening Highlights here

The Punk Singer @ cubecinema @ 23rd May 2014

I’ve probably changed my mind five times already trying to pin down a favourite screening, there’s a lot of great films we’ve shown that have been memorable for different reasons, but I’m going to go for our first screening of the Punk Singer. There’s a lot of love for Kathleen at the Cube and the […]

Watch Movie Online Why Him? (2016) subtitle english

Why Him? (2016) HD Director : John Hamburg. Writer : John Hamburg, Ian Helfer, Nicholas Stoller. Release : December 22, 2016 Country : United States of America. Production Company : 21 Laps Entertainment, Red Hour Films. Language : English. Runtime : 111 min. Genre : Comedy. ‘Why Him?’ is a movie genre Comedy, was released […]

Secret Cinema – Back to the Future

The instructions were over-complicated but when we got there the set-up was fantastic and the love actors doing scenes of the film while it played on screen was great. It was the best screening ever of a film that I have loved for many years. See more 2014 Screening Highlghts here submitted by Paula Bolton […]

Senna @ The Rex, Berkhamsted – Father’s Day

For Father’s Day Senna was shown. We love this film and we love The Rex but it’s far away from us. It was great to go to The Rex again and to take my husband’s parents and introduce then to a different cinema and a film they hadn’t seen. See more 2014 Screening Highlghts here […]

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