September

Mulholland Drive

Blonde Betty Elms (Naomi Watts) has only just arrived in Hollywood to become a movie star when she meets an enigmatic brunette with amnesia (Laura Harring). Meanwhile, as the two set off to solve the second womans identity, filmmaker Adam Kesher (Justin Theroux) runs into ominous trouble while casting his latest project. David Lynchs seductive and scary vision of Los Angeless dream factory is one of the true masterpieces of the new millennium, a tale of love, jealousy, and revenge like no other.

The Montague Arms, London, United Kingdom

Mulholland Dri

The Montague Arms
London

Monday

25 Sep

FILM: Self-Decapitation (Rouzbeh Rashidi & Maximilian Le Cain, 20

UK PREMIERE Doors 8pm Entry 3 Self Decapitation is a Janus-headed self-portrait by Rouzbeh Rashidi and Maximilian Le Cain in which death and desire each take possession of this film in two parts. The ambiguities of inhabiting a human body are conjured by way of film technology in its faults, faulty memories and false promises. There is no escape from its haunting except perhaps to haunt it in turn

The Arts House, Bristol, United Kingdom

Film: Self-decapitation...

The Arts House
Bristol

Monday

25 Sep

Oxide Ghosts - The Brass Eye Tapes *SOLD OUT*

OXIDE GHOSTS - THE BRASS EYE TAPES Followed by Q&A with Michael Cumming Director:Michael Cumming, 2017, 60mins, Cert: 18TBA - Tue 26 September // 18:15 and 20:30 Tickets: 8 Made from hundreds of hours of unseen material from his personal archive, director Michael Cummings film shares insights into the process of making the legendary TV series Brass Eye. Michael directed both the pilots and the series and, over a two year period, witnessed the highs and lows of Brass Eye from a very personal perspective. Part documentary, part artwork the film is designed solely for live screenings and is made up almost entirely of never before seen footage. Oxide Ghosts carries the blessing of Chris Morris and provides a rare glimpse of his extraordinary working practices. Michael will be doing a Q&A after the film spilling beans, shattering myths and letting a few cats out of the bag. Celebrating twenty years since Brass Eyes transmission in 1997, this film & Q&A sessions are a must for fans of the series but will appeal to anyone with a curiosity about how great comedy is made. \'[Oxide Ghosts] offers a well-judged and very rare insight into [Brass Eyes] making, encapsulating the fun and covert excitement that went on while the project was still under wraps, before all the legal wrangling kicked in. If you\'re an admirer of the show and the opportunity should arise for you to see Oxide Ghosts, have some self re-cocking-spect and do so without hesitation\' - Chortle

Cube , Bristol, United Kingdom

Oxide Ghosts - The Bras...

Cube
Bristol

Tuesday

26 Sep

Monty Python & The Holy Grail

Join Bristol Film Festival for an evening of classic comedy, delicious local beer, and killer rabbits, at the latest Beyond Popcorn screening of Monty Python And The Holy Grail, in partnership with Wickwar Wessex Brewing. The screening takes place in the atmospheric setting of the former fire station on Silver Street, where guests will enjoy a flight of four of Wickwars flagship ales (and some bar snacks) to drink along with the movie. The Wickwar team will be onsite as well, with the brewers talking you through the beers theyve crafted. Its an opportunity to experience this hilarious cult favourite on the big screen once more, with quality beer to accompany it and if youre very lucky, you might even learn how sheeps bladders may be employed to prevent earthquakes Ticket price includes four half-pints of Wickwar ales Sundowner, B.O.B, Falling Star and Cotswold Way. Please note that this event is strictly for over-18s only. Bristol Film Festival reserves the right to refuse entry to anybody who cannot produce valid ID if requested.

The Station, Bristol, United Kingdom

Monty Python & The Holy...

The Station
Bristol

Wednesday

27 Sep

Giuseppe Makes A Movie + Garbanzo Gas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIGyGfknzNY Garbanzo Gas is either the most brilliant pro-vegetarian film ever made, or the most maddening deconstruction of meats magical allure since the Sawyer clan discovered the value in human hamburger. Centering on the mythical, mouthwatering promise of steak (and a fully dressed baked potato side dish), and using the actual source of such succulence as the pro/con catalyst, (Giuseppe) Andrews expands outward, taking on suicidal tendencies, homicidal madness, insanity, and fixation. Overflowing with the filmmakers trademark deranged dialogue, and incorporating a tender performance from Andrews staple Vietnam Ron, this well-meaning message movie is far more effective than a perverse PETA rally in reiterating the value of animal life, and the uselessness of human existence. - Bill Gibron

The Arts House, Bristol, United Kingdom

Giuseppe Makes A Movie ...

The Arts House
Bristol

Thursday

28 Sep

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Outdoor Screening

Watch this 1970s classic on a huge screen in the heart of Arnos Vale, a national Heritage site within 45 acres of woodland. Dress up warm, bring a cushion, camping chair and blanket.and enjoy! Tickets are 10 each. Rating: R Kates Kitchen will be selling refreshments and food. Please do not bring your own. Please note that Event Espresso doesnt issue tickets, all you need is your name which will be checked at the gate on entry (main gate and top gate will be open) We regret that we cannot exchange, refund or transfer tickets unless the event in question has been cancelled or rescheduled by Arnos Vale. There will be no parking on site for visitors. Please use public transport, walk, cycle or find an alternative way of getting here. If you are a Blue Badge holder please email in advance to reserve a parking space ([email protected]) The local streets in Arnos Vale are for resident parking ONLY.

Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol, United Kingdom

The Rocky Horror Pictur...

Arnos Vale Cemetery
Bristol

Friday

29 Sep

Beetlejuice - Outdoor Screening

Watch this Tim Burton classic on a huge screen in the heart of Arnos Vale, a national Heritage site within 45 acres of woodland. Bring a cushion, chair and blanket, and enjoy. Rated by the British Board of Film Classification as 15 (this means no-one under 15 is allowed to view this film) Contains strong comic horror Tickets are 6 Kates Kitchen will be selling refreshments and food from 6.30pm. Please do not bring your own. Please note that Event Espresso doesnt issue tickets, all you need is your name which will be checked at the gate on entry (main gate and top gate will be open) We regret that we cannot exchange, refund or transfer tickets unless the event in question has been cancelled or rescheduled by Arnos Vale. There will be no parking on site for visitors. Please use public transport, walk, cycle or find an alternative way of getting here. If you are a Blue Badge holder please email in advance to reserve a parking space ([email protected]) The local streets in Arnos Vale are for resident parking ONLY.

Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol, United Kingdom

Beetlejuice - Outdoor S...

Arnos Vale Cemetery
Bristol

Friday

29 Sep

AFL LIVE Grand Final 2017

Home to the BIGGEST AFL Grand Final screening in London for the last 10 years, 2017 is no different! We\'ll be opening up at the crack of dawn to give you the most epic match experience in the Northern Hemisphere! Catch every kick on the biggest HD Screen in London - 24ft wide to be exact - along with two 8ft x 6ft HD screens and six 50 inch plasma tvs thrown in for good measure too. Trust us, there isnt anywhere where you cant see a screen and be part of the action. Combine this with a vast array of standing and seating options across the main auditorium, VIP Boxes and balcony - you will have the ideal location for all your viewing needs. EXPECT: Aussie food shop Run by Aussies, for Aussies Real meat pies (and veggie options, don\'t you worry!) Sausage sizzle Aussie beers (yes, you will get your hands on a VB tinny) The Grand\'s cheerleading squad Winning team confetti drop Ticket information out soon!

Clapham Grand, London, United Kingdom

Afl Live Grand Final 20...

Clapham Grand
London

Saturday

30 Sep

October

Clock Tower Cinema Presents: Lon: The Professional (1994)

If you want the job done right, hire a professional. Lon: The Professional (1994) Mathilda (Natalie Portman) is only 12 years old, but is already familiar with the dark side of life: her abusive father stores drugs for corrupt police officers, and her mother neglects her. Lon (Jean Reno), who lives down the hall, tends to his houseplants and works as a hired hitman for mobster Tony (Danny Aiello). When her family is murdered by crooked DEA agent Stansfield (Gary Oldman), Mathilda joins forces with a reluctant Lon to learn his deadly trade and avenge her family\'s deaths. This is a FREE screening but please support the pub by buying a drink before you go up. Complimentary popcorn for everyone that arrives early!

Quadrant, Brighton, United Kingdom

Clock Tower Cinema Pres...

Quadrant
Brighton

Monday

02 Oct

TOM's Film Club: Ex_Machina (2015)

After writing the screenplays for 28 Days Later, Sunshine and Dredd, sci-fi novelist Alex Garland made his feature debut as director with his intelligent and thought-provoking psychological thriller Ex_Machina, a film which is quite possibly the first independent motion picture in history to pick up an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. Part of #TOMtech Domhnall Gleeson plays Caleb Smith, a computer programmer at one of the worlds largest internet search engines, who wins a competition to spend a week at the mountain mansion of the companys reclusive Kurtz-like CEO Nathan Bateman, played by Oscar Isaac. But when Caleb arrives he finds that he will have to participate as the human component in a Turing Test with the worlds first true artificial intelligence, Ava, a seductively strange and sensitive performance from Alicia Vikander. Like a modern day retelling of Mary Shelleys Frankenstein boasting state-of-the-art special effects, Garlands first work as director shows some early influence and nods to 2001: A Space Odyssey and Blade Runner, and like those films before it, poses the big questions about the divide between human intelligence and artificial intelligence, and hits back with difficult answers. Stylish, elegant, tense, cerebral, satirical and creepy. Garlands directorial debut is his best work yet, while Vikanders bold performance will short your circuits. Dan Jolin, Empire Tickets: 6 Call the Box Office (Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm, 01273 201 801) to buy: 10 film saver (valid for two different TOM\'s Films), 24 season pass (valid for all TOM\'s Film Club screenings between Sep - Nov) Rated: 15+

The Old Market, Brighton, United Kingdom

Tom's Film Club: Ex_mac...

The Old Market
Brighton

Tuesday

03 Oct

Kirikou And The Sorceress School Screening

Black History screenings for primary schools The tiny Kirikou is born into an African village upon which a sorceress called Karaba has cast a terrible spell: the spring has dried up, the villagers are being blackmailed, the men of the village have either been kidnapped or have mysteriously disappeared. He wants to rid the village of the curse so he goes on a voyage to the Forbidden Mountain, where the Wise Man of the Mountain, who knows of Karaba and her secrets, awaits him. Suitability: KS1 | Subjects: Art, History, Geography, Citizenship, Price: 3.50 per student. Free for staff (1:10 ratio). To commemorate Black History Month this October, BHW and Picturehouse cinemas are hosting a series of school screenings that highlight key moments, issues and people in black history. The screenings will include a live introduction or led discussion by an expert speaker to explore the themes of the films in more depth,

East Dulwich Picturehouse, London, United Kingdom

Kirikou And The Sorcere...

East Dulwich Picturehouse
London

Tuesday

03 Oct

Kirikou And The Sorceress School Screening

Black History screenings for primary schools The tiny Kirikou is born into an African village upon which a sorceress called Karaba has cast a terrible spell: the spring has dried up, the villagers are being blackmailed, the men of the village have either been kidnapped or have mysteriously disappeared. He wants to rid the village of the curse so he goes on a voyage to the Forbidden Mountain, where the Wise Man of the Mountain, who knows of Karaba and her secrets, awaits him. Suitability: KS1 | Subjects: Art, History, Geography, Citizenship, Price: 3.50 per student. Free for staff (1:10 ratio). To commemorate Black History Month this October, BHW and Picturehouse cinemas are hosting a series of school screenings that highlight key moments, issues and people in black history. The screenings will include a live introduction or led discussion by an expert speaker to explore the themes of the films in more depth,

East Dulwich Picturehouse, London, United Kingdom

Kirikou And The Sorcere...

East Dulwich Picturehouse
London

Tuesday

03 Oct

Crap Film Club Presents

Rats: Night of Terror is a 1984 post-apocalyptic thriller film directed by Bruno Mattei (under the pseudonym Vincent Dawn). Set 225 years after a nuclear holocaust in 2015, apparently the fault of scientists, the survivors are divided between those who live in comfortable underground cities and the "New Primitives" who live in the sunlight. Why these people are dressed like early 80s punk rockers, still have fuel for their motorbikes, and have funny names like Video, Taurus and Chocolate is never explained. A group of eleven Primitives come across a mysterious village. Despite the presence of numerous horribly mutilated corpses, the adventurers decide to settle in town after discovering a large amount of food, a greenhouse with various fruit trees and a reservoir of drinking water. The following night hundreds and hundreds of hungry genetically mutated rats are ready to attack them one by one. Two summers ago we screened CRUEL JAWS, a Jaws rip-off that stole footage from other shark films which was also directed by Mattei. RATS: NIGHT IF TERROR is his other masterpiece and, although all the material is original this time round, its even more inept. The terrible script and overacting, shockingly bad wardrobe, and immense stupidity of the human characters all jostle to be the films funniest element. Oh, and the dubbing is some of the best worst in cinema. And then there are the supposedly vicious and terrifying rats that, in reality, couldnt look more disinterested or non-threatening if they tried, and have to be physically coerced by stagehands to attack the actors. In fact, it is rumoured that the vermin army are actually guinea pigs that were painted black! The logic-defying ending, meanwhile, is a must for all bad film lovers. So do join us for this cheesy pre-Halloween treat! "We laughed harder at the dialogue in this than we ever did at any comedy" - Juicy Cerebellum "For sheer comedic value and drunken hysteria, Rats rates a solid 5/5" - Horror View "Over the top gore, laughably bad dialogue, and ludicrous special effects making it quite possibly the funniest movie about giant killer rats ever made" - CD Universe "This film is a comedy classic, mixing cheap sci-fi with gory horror and a dollop of unintentional stupidity. It\'s a riot!" - IMDB

The Book Club, London, United Kingdom

Crap Film Club Presents...

The Book Club
London

Wednesday

04 Oct

Galactic Empire At The Dome

The world\'s best (only?) Star Wars themed metal band are coming to The Dome in October. Riffs and the dark side. What more could you want? Support from: TBC Presented by Live Nation 15 Adv.

The Dome, Tufnell Park, London, United Kingdom

Galactic Empire At The ...

The Dome, Tufnell Park
London

Wednesday

04 Oct

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