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FILM NIGHT & EVENTS

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FILM CLUB N16
October with PIER PAOLO PASOLINI One Thousand and One Nights Monday 8th, 7:30pm & MIYAKI KOBAYASHI Kwaidan Monday 22nd, 7:30pm - Film-curator is Charles Webber

Continuing our Italian flavour to the new Monday movie nights season we’ll be banishing those ‘nights are drawing in’ blues with Pier Paolo Pasolini’s interpretation of the One Thousand and One Nights with his Arabian Nights (1974). Pasolini illustrates just a few of the stories from this collection of folk tales but does so against a stunning backdrop of locations, from Ethiopia across the Middle East to Nepal. Magical, erotic and sometimes brutal, as Robert Irwin observed “Pasolini’s is the only version made for adults”
In contrast, casting our cinema net further afield and with an eye on All Hallows Eve we’ll be delving into some Japanese tales of supernatural folklore with Masaki Kobayashi’s Kwaidan (1964). The tales presented here are from Lafcadio Hearn’s adaptations of 4 classic Japanese ghost stories, shot in breathtaking widescreen with luminescent hand painted sets and music by Toru Takemitsu this is one of the most beautiful films you will ever see! The total running time of this film is just over 3 hours so we’ll have to start on time, the stories themselves are self contained, so if that seems like a long time just turn up and watch one or two, the second, The Woman of The Snow is my favourite, but beware you’ll be drawn in!

PIZZA DRINK & MOVIE ONLY £12


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PIZZA DRINK & MOVIE ONLY £12

Continuing our Italian flavour to the new Monday movie nights season we’ll be banishing those ‘nights are drawing in’ blues with Pier Paolo Pasolini’s interpretation of the One Thousand and One Nights with his Arabian Nights (1974). Pasolini illustrates just a few of the stories from this collection of folk tales but does so against a stunning backdrop of locations, from Ethiopia across the Middle East to Nepal. Magical, erotic and sometimes brutal, as Robert Irwin observed “Pasolini’s is the only version made for adults”
In contrast, casting our cinema net further afield and with an eye on All Hallows Eve we’ll be delving into some Japanese tales of supernatural folklore with Masaki Kobayashi’s Kwaidan (1964). The tales presented here are from Lafcadio Hearn’s adaptations of 4 classic Japanese ghost stories, shot in breathtaking widescreen with luminescent hand painted sets and music by Toru Takemitsu this is one of the most beautiful films you will ever see! The total running time of this film is just over 3 hours so we’ll have to start on time, the stories themselves are self contained, so if that seems like a long time just turn up and watch one or two, the second, The Woman of The Snow is my favourite, but beware you’ll be drawn in!

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