Voted the Third Best Horror Film,Don't Look Nowreturns to cinemas in full 4K!
What are you doing on Saturday?
Do you want to see some films in the sun on the grass by the Town Hall?
Ok, i'll see you there at 10AM!
As a reminder, we are screening some films this Saturday with the Hornsey Town Hall, it's free and it's a great way to see what's going on at the Town Hall and also where it's headed.
In other news, I suppose we've got a couple of films that I'm excited to tell you about! Vita and Virginia, a film by Chanya Button (Burn, Burn Burn) graces our screens in all it's 1920s glory, with a pumping soundtrack from Fleabag's sister! (Isobel Waller-Bridge). It's a story not many know, and one that is particularly prevalent with our current times and... It complements those who are enjoying the stellar Gentleman Jack.
One of the many 4K revivals this year isDon't Look Now, an absolute classic and a must-see for any horror fan, The Guardian rates it as number 3 best horrors, following Psycho and Rosemary's Baby. "Don't Look Now patiently builds suspense with haunting imagery and a chilling score -- causing viewers to feel Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie's grief deep within."
As the refurbishment of Hornsey Town Hall begins and the building heads into an exciting new era, TIME + SPACE Co, in collaboration with FEC will be hosting CREATE on SATURDAY 6TH JULY.
Embracing the rich heritage of the building and offering a glimpse of what is to come in the future of the new Arts Centre, the event will feature a FREE programme of music, a pop-up outdoor cinema, craft, poetry and dance workshops, virtual reality gaming, street food stalls and bars plus many more activities for the whole family!
In collaboration with Hornsey Town Hall, we’re lending our expertise to put together 3 FREE screenings:
Matilda – 10:00am - 11:45am
Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times – 14:00pm - 15:30pm
Based on a true story, VITA & VIRGINIA details the passionate relationship between literary trailblazer Virginia Woolf (Elizabeth Debicki), and enigmatic aristocrat Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton).
"Vita & Virginia is a marvellous and mesmerising love story that should have been brought to screen for the world to see" -- Beth McDonough, AfterEllen
Director Nicolas Roeg’s atmospheric adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s story is a haunting meditation on the consequences of repressing traits inside us that could mean the difference between life and death.
"It's a ghost story; it's a meditation on time, memory and the poignancy of married love. And it's a masterpiece." -- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
AFFORDABLE CINEMA Cinema doesn't need to cost an arm and a leg, screenings before 6pm Mon-Fri are £7 for an adult and £5 for an over-60s ticket. These prices are all day on Monday.