Tag: Screenings

winter-film-clubIt'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-2

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
  • Tickets: £13
  • TICKETS RELEASED ON: Wednesday 9th November

 

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One of the undisputed highlights of the summer season to date has been the terrace film nights every Wednesday. Lovingly curated, raw, outdoor cinema; be it a series of shorts from the likes of London Short Film Festival, Future Shorts & Mono or features from The Great Beauty to Pulp Fiction in collaboration with yPlan. There’s something truly magical about taking in the big screen experience on the terrace. That’s why for the remainder of our residency we’re doubling up on celluloid; our film nights will be extending to Mondays as well as their regular spot on Wednesday. Expect classic films, short showreels and the odd curveball; all put together with our own inimitable style with food and drink offerings to match.

Bar opens at 5pm, £1 Oyster Happy Hour and 20% off cocktails runs 6-7pm, screenings start as the sun sets, bar closes at midnight.

Here’s what’s on for the remainder of the month:

Monday, August 17th: Digital Film Production at Ravensbourne

Ravensbourne’s Digital Film Prod class of ’15 showcase their wares. Featuring Ella Bennett, Rob Luke, Rosie Needham, Bhim Lama, Nehir and Neville Glean.

Special offer: £10 for a BTW Bagel Burger + a pint from 6-8pm.

http://www.behindthiswall.com/programme/2015/8/12/rushes

Wednesday, August 19th: Searching for Sugar Man

Spellbinding documentary crossing two continents and one 70s music prodigy: Sixto Rodriguez. The only ever major work of revered Swedish filmmaker, Malik Bendjelloul.

http://www.behindthiswall.com/programme/2015/8/11/rushes

Monday, August 24th: The Fly

Inaugural episode of our cult summer (ßomeØccu¬t) horror series. Cronenberg’s 80s remake draws a seminal performance out of Jeff Goldblum in the titular role - Seth Brundle - a maverick scientist undergoing an uneasy transformation. Grab yourself a glass of ‘Brundle-Fly juice’ and duck behind a deck chair.

http://www.behindthiswall.com/programme/2015/8/24/rushes

Wednesday, August 26th: 20,000 Days on Earth

Step into Nick Cave’s universe: a day in the life of the Bad Seeds frontman, writer, composer and punk poet. What drives the creative process? What makes the artist tick? This lucid account that blurs the lines between reality and fantasy serves as a meta-introspective in which the subject turns and twists the camera on himself.

http://www.behindthiswall.com/programme/2015/8/17/rushes-20000-days-on-earth

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Hush Mayfair, London’s exclusive dining destination and cocktail bar, unveils Classics in the Courtyard, a winter programme of classic film screenings running every Saturday from 1st November to 28th March, hidden in the historic heart of Mayfair.

Transformed into a winter retreat, Hush’s famous courtyard will welcome film lovers with timeless movies and a host of seasonal treats to provide the ultimate cure for those winter blues. Guests can wrap up with bespoke Hush blankets and can enjoy gourmet popcorn, a full a-la-carte menu along with selection of cocktails from the outdoor bar. In addition to winter warmers, the Hush bar has created a cocktail menu inspired by the movies shown.

As guests enjoy the show, they can treat themselves to classic winter dishes from Hush’s kitchen. Comfort food such as Cappeletti Pasta Filled with Duck Confit and Risotto of Tiger Prawns with Curry and Crispy Shallots will be sure to satisfy even the most discerning palate.  

Kicking off the season will be Will Ferrell’s, Anchorman, followed by the Robin Williams’ critically acclaimed classic, Dead Poet’s Society. In the run-up to Christmas you can get into the festive spirit with Elf, Love Actually and The Holiday, while you can treat your other half to a Valentine’s day treat with a screening of The Notebook.

Hush’s Classics in the Courtyard pop-up from 1st November to 28th March, every Saturday at 7pm with a £10 cover charge per table. Tickets can be booked on 020 7659 1500.

 

Hush Mayfair

8 Lancashire Court

Mayfair

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DATES AND FILMS :

1st November              Anchorman

8th November                         Dead Poet’s Society

15th November           Chicago

22nd November           Pretty Woman

29th November           Little Miss Sunshine

6th December              Elf

13th December            Love Actually

20th December            The Holiday

27th December            Annie Hall

3rd January                  Sex and the City

10th January                Frozen

17th January                Blades of Glory

24th January                Fargo

31st January                 Groundhog Day

7th February                Breakfast at Tiffany’s

14th February              The Notebook

21ST February              Romeo + Juliet

28th February              American Beauty

7th March                     The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert

14th March                   Cruel Intentions

21st March                   American Psycho

28th March                   Zoolander

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Join the Zombies this Halloween for a thrilling theatrical indoor cinema experience, Zombie Apocalypse.  As part of the next instalment from Backyard Cinema, for 8 nights, from 31st October – 7th November 2014, horror fans can choose their film and embark on a 4-hour journey of survival in the only safe place on the planet, a top-secret East London location! If you’re brave enough to take the challenge, you’ll make your way through quarantine, the survival zone & a secret science lab…all before the movie even starts.  While you soak up the atmosphere, experience tasty cocktails, delicious street food and surprise Zombie appearances.  And, as the Halloween special finishes join us to celebrate with an ‘End of The World Party’ with live entertainment, late into the night.  Don’t be afraid; grab your tickets now from www.backyardcinema.co.uk priced at £30.00pp over 18’s only.

 

Choose your Backyard Cinema Halloween movie experience:

Friday 31st October:                                    Evil Dead (2013)

Saturday 1st November (matinee):    Zombie Land

Saturday 1st November (evening):    28 Days Later

Sunday 2nd November (matinee):      Shaun Of The Dead

Sunday 2nd November (evening):       [.REC]

Monday 3rd November:                             Day Of The Dead (1986)

Tuesday 4th November:                             Planet Terror

Wednesday 5th November:                      Cockneys VS Zombies

Thursday 6th November:                          Zombie Land  

Friday 7th November:                                  Shaun Of The Dead

 

Those brave enough to dare and attend will be taken inside the Zombie secret safehouse before exploring the devastation around them.  On entering the top-secret survival camp, cinemagoers must make it through quarantine avoiding some frightening encounters with the infected! Explore the Secret Zombie Testing Facility and learn the essential survivaltechniques required to battle the infestation, ahead of submerging yourself in your chosen movie, Zombie Apocalypse.  It’s all in a nights work… get your friends at the ready for what’s set to be one memorable Halloween experience.

Dominic Davies Founder & Zombie expert said:  “Due to its huge success last year and the fact we have finished our Summer Season we bring back Backyard Cinema Apocalypse - but this time with much more bite,excuse the pun.  I absolutely love these kinds of events so we have gone all out, converting a secret East London location into an Army camp where cinemagoers can explore & enjoy drinks, street food, interactive scares, live actors, a beautiful set AND a zombie movie.  Zombies are cool and I’m looking forward to you meeting them!”

No matter what the occasion, Backyard Cinema's ethos to bring you great food & drink never changes and this Halloween season will be no exception.  New for the Zombie Apocalypse series, Brooklyn Brewery join as official sponsor, serving a range of draft & bottled beer, alongside some tasty antidote cocktails for guests to enjoy on their Backyard journey. Plus, set to bring the Mexican Day of the Dead theme to life, the guys from Benito's Hat will be dishing up delicious Zombie Burritos and tacos.  Could the specially-crafted salsas be enough to turn the heads of the undead?

So, are you brave enough to be part of the Zombie Apocalypse?  Get your tickets now for access to the only safe place in London this Halloween www.backyardcinema.co.uk  priced at £30.00 each (Over 18’s only).  What are you waiting for…?

 

As the mercury in the thermometer has reached scorching point in the city, things have also been sizzling in the Screening Room at W London – Leicester Square.  Over the past few months, Soho’s hottest hotel has played host to a selection of round-the-world themed screenings, in partnership with renowned independent film magazine, Little White Lies.

 

Taking over W London’s Film Club for the summer, the Little White Lies screenings bring together eight cinematic masterpieces from across the globe to be celebrated and enjoyed in the most glamorous location in central London.

 

This week marks the half waypoint of this international film tour, having started in England with Long Good Friday and travelled to France for Breathless and Italy for L’Eclisse. The next screening sees the films move across the sea to Japan for Ran before heading down under to Australia for Animal Kingdom and the USA for Body Double.

 

As well as the classic films on offer, each of the screenings includes a custom-made cocktail created to capture the spirit of the countries visited and a box of popcorn. On arrival guests will also receive a passport that will be stamped at every screening, with the chance to collect an exclusive free Little White Lies designed print for any avid film fans that collect four or more stamps.

 

Hosted in the luxurious and contemporary W London Screening room the Little White Lies ‘Around the World in Eight Films’ take-over combines the latest film technology with mouth-watering cocktails and an iconic location.

 

Tickets for the Little White Lies W London take-over screenings are £10 each and include one complimentary themed cocktail and box of popcorn.

 

Around the World in 8 Films season:

 

Tuesday 2nd September – Animal Kingdom (2010)

 

Tuesday 16th September – Body Double (1984)

 

 

For more information or to book, visit www.wlondon.co.uk/film-club.

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