Belfast Film Festival Sat 8th April
Belfast's exciting site-specific festival means hosting the classics of the silver screen in surroundings that enhance and intensify your experience of our films. They are screeinging Evil Dead in the Ormeau Park, Cool Hand Luke in the Crumlin Road Gaol, The Breakfast Club in Christchurch Library, Odd Man Out at The Albert Clock, 2001: A Space Odyssey at the Titanic Dry Dock and Jaws in the Bangor Aurora swimming pool.
More info and tickets here
Manchester 23rd Feb 2017
Home Cinema in Manchester are hosting 3 films by Philip Trevelyan in February.
The screening will feature the delectably delicious black and white film from 1964, Ship Hotel – Tyne Main, set in an old time Tyneside pub. and restored versions of Lambing and The Moon and the Sledgehammer. More…
Home Cinema, Manchester.
Box Office 0161 200 1500
The Problem of Perspective:
Doncaster, 11 March 2017
The Moon and the Sledgehammer
The Problem of Perspective is a series of screenings illuminating a distinctly northern perspective on the history of artists’ moving image in England.
SOME HISTORY OF THE PAGE FAMILY
In response to your many questions re the family's history we've Click here for more
A young Kathy Page at her school's May Day celebrations.
Film maker ANDREW KOTTING shares his impressions on the film with us.
Where to begin?
At the beginning?
Before the moon landing?
Wayback before we had the ‘understanding'?
Wayback when time began expanding to become a multi-dimensional uneven post-modern happening?
Wayback before genre mingling and sex changing?
Wayback when there was a lot of smoking?