OUTDOOR and POP-UP Cinema | Summer 2018
THE NOMAD FILM FESTIVAL
Alighting at a variety of London venues, the Nomad Film Series starts its Summer programme is back with a series of popular classics Rebecca (1940) and The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) as well as a chance to catch more recent hits such as Lady Bird (2018) and The Shape of Water (2017) Get your tickets here
THE LUNA CINEMA
Once again this summer, the Luna Cinema will be screening a variety of films in magnificent nation-wide locations from Chatsworth House, Cardiff Castle, Bolton Abbey and many more. The selection dips into mainstream classics such as Dirty Dancing and Moulin Rouge but there are some more eclectic films such as Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Shaun of the Dead and Labyrinth. So if you’re thinking of a summer weekend away, you can combine it with some of your film favourites.
FILM4 AT SOMERSET HOUSE
You can’t beat watching a movie in the historic surroundings of the courtyard at Somerset House after visiting the Courthauld Gallery or the LONDON DESIGN BIENNALE (4-23 Sept). There’s lots to chose from in a programme that runs from 9-22 August and includes such delights as Spike Jonze’s Being John Malkovich, glamorous Lesbian drama Carol and David Lynch cult classic Blue Velvet.
Film4 Summer Screen runs between 9–22 August. The films are shown on London’s largest outdoor screen, projected digitally and on 35mm film in full surround sound. There will also be special on-stage introductions from the stars and sundown DJ sets inspired by the screenings, before the films begin with Behind the Screen talks from industry talent. A film poster exhibition will add further value to the experience.
CULT SCREENS | 2 June until 10 September 2016
CULT SCREENS will be offering al fresco features in their luxurious outdoor venues all over the country from Cheltenham to Twickenham, and from Oscar winning titles: E.T (1982) and Darkest Hour (2017), to cult classics and some of the most loved retro films of the 70s, 80s and 90s: Grease, Top Gun, Pulp Fiction, through to The Exorcist and Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas.
Cult Screen locations are carefully selected and paired with appropriate film choices to enhance the atmosphere: a screening of Get Out in Oxford’s Old Prison, The Greatest Showman set inside Coventry’s Cathedral ruins, and The Goonies in Bristol Zoo Gardens. Other locations include: Basingstoke, Cheltenham,Crowthorne, Maidenhead, Newbury, Reading, Rugby, Swindon, Twickenham (London), Winchester and York.
CULT SCREENS FULL PROGRAMME
FLOATING CINEMA PROGRAMME
In the relaxed atmosphere of Pop Up Cinemas, lie back and think of England while watching 10 Thinkgs I Hate about You, Cool Runnings, Baby Driver and The Notebook. You’re welcome to bring your own blankets, beanbags and cushions or you can hire a deckchair. Locations include Greenwich Peninsula, Bishop’s Park in Fulham and Coram’s Fields near Holborn. MT
OUTDOOR AND POP-UP CINEMA | SUMMER 2018