Welcome to the weekend, Filmspotters. We are looking forward to our inaugural screening in support of the Deaf Diaspora tomorrow, details about the screening follow towards the end of this blog post.
Thank you to all of you who came out to enjoy the celebrations of 150 years of the Seaford to Brighton branch line. We were in Bishopstone station, working with the Seaford Community Cinema to show a selection of films made by pupils from the Harbour Primary School, Newhaven, along with some archive films of local, national and international significance, all based on the theme of the railway. We were kept busy with a range of visitors, of all ages, who all found something of interest in the film reel.
Our thanks and congratulations to the Sussex Community Rail Partnership who worked so hard and made the day a great success. Also, we would like to thank our new friends at Seaford Community Cinema. It was great to work with them, and we can’t wait to go to some of their screenings next season!
Our Inaugural Deaf Community Cinema Screening
We are very excited about our screening tomorrow: Saturday 21 June, 7.30pm (doors 7pm) at Claremont Hall (WI), Brooklyn Road, Seaford
We will be screening a short film entitled Retreat by deaf film director, Ted Evans, followed by Alfonso Cuaron’s exhilarating sic-fi survival story, Gravity, shown with audio descriptive subtitles for the hard of hearing.
Here’s the teaser for the very atmospheric Retreat:
There are still tickets available: Tickets cost £6 adults, £4 children (12+); £18 family ticket (2 adults, 2 children aged 12+.
Advance booking essential, from Nadia Nadarajah: firstname.lastname@example.org
….Kind Hearts and Coronets at the CMPCA Pop Up Cinema Club
And finally, a reminder about our upcoming screening of the deliciously dark Ealing Comedy, Kind Hearts and Coronets, which we are looking forward to presenting on Saturday 28 June, 7.30pm (doors 7pm).
Tickets cost £5 in advance (£6 on the door), and an be booked by contacting email@example.com or 01273 328683.
Look out next week for some of Filmspot’s favourite Ealing moments!