Michael Pierce reflects on his own cinema history as he recommends five events that mean something to him, five great films from different eras, and different spaces – because where you see a film matters…
This week’s map really covers the cinematic spectrum. From arguably the best film of the year in ‘Selma’ to the best teen movie of the 90’s in ‘The Craft’ via a film that makes ‘Zombeavers’ look like ‘Au Hasard Balthazar’…
A fine bunch of cinema both indoors and out, ranging from Batman on a car park rooftop to the comedic struggles of a Bi-sexual Persian-American Woman in New York City!
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The summer is reaching its peak and the films on offer around the country are really starting to heat up. There’s films with great introductions beforehand, films in cool new spaces and even showings on rooftops. What more could you ask for?
Intended to hightlight those films that brings a fresh and innovative approach – a good combination for the long summer days.
This week’s picks are by Alberto Serna, Spanish boy living in cosy Rotherhithe, London. The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) 08/07/2015 – 08:45 pm Roman Gardens, Pepper Street, Chester, CH1 1QQ Like every Wes Anderson’s work, The Grand Budapest Hotel is a visual feast. Symmetrically and exquisitely art directed, the film is also wonderful in its […]