American Animals a is the latest film in The Wild Turkey Bold Cinema Series at Everyman. A wildly entertaining true crime thriller, American Animals will be in cinemas nationwide from 7th September. The Wild Turkey Bold Cinema Series at Everyman is a curated choice of original, gutsy films – and cinemagoers watching any of Wild Turkey’s film choices will enjoy a complimentary Wild Turkey 101 Old Fashioned cocktail, delivered direct to their seat ahead of the show. It’s the ideal drink in the ideal setting: bold films, bold taste.
Like Wild Turkey, Everyman has a thirst for getting things right. For Everyman, that means creating the best environment in which to watch the film. For Wild Turkey, it means staying true to the tried and tested methods that have been used since before Prohibition to ensure a big, bold flavour that stands up every time.
American Animals, set in Kentucky, is a great example of a real, raw American classic – the heist movie. This makes it a great partner for a Wild Turkey 101 Old Fashioned – another authentic American classic from Kentucky.
American Animals is a heart pounding thrill ride about four friends who look to inject excitement into their lives by stealing incredibly rare and valuable books from from their college library. This true-to-life heist still ranks as one of the most daring in U.S. history to date. Portrayed by the actors Spencer Reinhard (Barry Keoghan, Dunkirk), Warren Lipka (Evan Peters, X-Men: Apocalypse, American Horror Story), Eric Borsuk (Jared Abrahamson) and Chas Allen (Blake Jenner) – with interjections from the real-life culprits – watch as the film unfolds and the plan takes on a life of its own…
To purchase tickets to The Wild Turkey Bold Cinema Series, visit www.everymancinema.com for screenings from 7 September. Everyman members across the country can book in for exclusive preview screenings on 5 September.
It's all happening in Peckham at the minute and the film-loving folk behind London’s Rooftop Film Club know it. They're set to bring the magic of the silver screen back to one of London’s earliest cinemas with the launch of Winter Film Club.
For the month of December, Winter Film Club will take residency in Peckham’s cherished Electric Theatre to screen an eclectic mix of classics, new releases and Christmas showstoppers.
Staying close to their Peckham roots, the Winter Film Club will set up home in the stunning Edwardian cinema - First open to the marvelling public in September 1908, it was one of the first of the pioneering and influential Electric Theatres across London. After winning last year’s battle against turning the space into luxury flats, Winter Film Club is celebrating the theatre’s rich heritage by returning the space to its original purpose. With beautiful decaying walls, exposed original features and a 16’ x 9’ screen, Winter Film Club will stick to the cinema’s original ethos – etched on the old theatre’s door – ‘To Elevate, Instruct and Amuse’
Winter Film Club will boast a varied programme to please Elves and Scrooges’ alike, featuring Louis Theroux’s My Scientology Movie, British fan-favourite Love Actually, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Finding Dory, Casablanca and Absolutely Fabulous. The plush curtain will call with Christmas classics like It’s A Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, Elf, Home Alone and Die Hard.
Home to a licensed bar serving festive liquid refreshments and concessions to grab a snack or some freshly cracked popcorn to share. Settle in to a deckchair, slip the head phones on, step back into time and watch a festive favourite amongst one of London’s unique settings.
From Thursday 1st December – Friday 23rd December
Winter Film Club, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, London SE15 4ST
Outdoor cinema experts, Rooftop Film Club, have announced the return of Dance Week with a toe-tapping, thigh slapping movie line-up celebrating the silver screen’s most iconic movers and shakers at Roof East, Stratford. From Baby’s iconic lift to the pelvic thrusts of Magic Mike, Dance Week - starting on Tuesday 23rd August - will encourage guests to cut loose in the aisles before, after and even during the screening helped along by dance instructors from the famous Pineapple Dance Studios.
To help guests channel their inner Tatum prior to the screening, Pineapple Studio’s resident choreographer Kira Bishop will be hosting 30 minute rooftop tutorials tailored to each movie and open to Rooftop Film Club tickets and Bussey Bar guests alike. Kicking off the week is rooftop favourite Dirty Dancing (23rd August), nobody puts Baby in the corner, but how about a rooftop? Guest can practice their best spirit fingers with Bring it On(25th August) and remember, it’s not a democracy, it’s a cheerocracy. It’s a Channing double with Magic Mike (24th August) and Step Up(27th August) so whether it’s stepping up to the streets or the stage, there’s dancing Tatum in a vest for everyone. On the Friday learn how to boogie and ballet like Billy Elliot (26th August) dance your frustrations away to A Town Called Malice under the stars.
Guests will also enjoy a bespoke Dance Week cocktail menu concocted by the Roof East’s unforgettable Spirited Mixers team– featuring flavoursome floor fillers such as the Bellini Elliot and Baby’s Rooftop Rumba.
As the summer heats up kick off your dancing shoes and enjoy a dance-a-long to your favourite dance movie under the stars:
Tuesday 23rd August – Dirty Dancing – Learn how to Rumba like Swayze
Wednesday 24th August – Magic Mike – Street dance with a bit extra
Thursday 25th August – Bring It On – Cheer 101 with spirit fingers
Friday 26th August – Billy Elliot – Modern Ballet
Saturday 27th August – Step-Up – Learn how to street dance like Tatum
We are massive Everyman fans and were stoked (now there's a word you no longer hear) to realise that a little mini me Everyman (Everyman on the Corner) was popping up in Kings Cross.
Everyman is getting ready in good time for the opening of it's three screen mega cinema in the soon to be completed Coal Drops Yard. Coal Drops is the last large chunk of the beautiful redevelopment plans in Kings Cross and which will be finished in 2018.
Right now though pop to this Everyman on the Corner for a intimate experience with just 32 seats. The pop-up shows three films a day and you can expect The BFG, Ab Fab, and the rather disturbing Neon Demon on the bill currently.
The multi talented Raleigh Ritchie has turned his hand to directing in this new exciting venture. Teaming with Topman, Raleigh has directed his short film Hi Maintenance, which he wrote and scored based on the song "Cowards", from his incredible album 'You're A Man Now, Boy'.
TOPMAN TV and Raleigh have enlisted the help of their trusty fans to be a part of this unique creative project, which focuses on the highs and lows of a relationship. The six minute short film showcases Raleigh's talents as both a director and actor, adding to his flourishing CV of talents.