Tuesday, 12 November 2019

The Cinema Museum - We The Peoples Film Festival, The Spiritualist (1948), De Mille Day, Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers (1977), George Layton & Robin Askwith

We The Peoples Film Festival Nov 12th

The Spiritualist (1948) Nov 13th

Kennington Bioscope presents De Mille Day Nov 16th

Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers (1977) Nov 17th

George Layton & Robin Askwith
– A Couple Of Cults Nov 17th
We The Peoples Film Festival – When humankind challenges nature
Tuesday 12th November @ 7.30pm
As part of the We The Peoples Film Festival, six short films which show the interface between humans and nature, in some cases benign, in others destructive.
Details of all six films here. Tickets: £5 and free, available from Eventbrite.
Kennington Noir presents The Spiritualist (1948)
Wednesday 13th November @ 7.30pm
Also known as The Amazing Mr X,The Spiritualist is directed by Bernard Vorhaus, and stars Turhan Bey, Lynn Bari, Cathy O’Donnell, and Richard Carlson.
The fabulous chiaroscuro cinematography of master lensman John Alton brings a fairy tale atmosphere to this entertaining Rebecca-style tale of hokum and deception. Digital presentation with supporting programme.
Tickets £6
Kennington Bioscope presents DeMille Day
Saturday 16th November @ 10am
Kennington Bioscope presents a celebration of legendary film-maker Cecil B. DeMille. The programme will be curated by Kevin Brownlow, and all prints are 16mm and come from his collection.
Full details of the day's films here and get tickets here.
Screening of Stand Up, Virgin Soldiers (1977) Sunday 17th November @ 5pm
In this sequel to The Virgin Soldiers (1969), Robin Askwith and George Layton star as two private soldiers stationed in Singapore, who are horrified to find out that National Service has been extended by six months…
Tickets £5
Misty Moon Presents George Layton and Robin Askwith – A Couple Of Cults Sunday 17th November @ 7.30pm
Come and listen to these two legends gossip, argue and name drop about their 120 years in the biz. After the gig, George and Robin will meet and greet the audience and take part in a paid signing. Doors open at 6.30pm, for a 7.30pm start.
Get tickets here