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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.  
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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.
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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.


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    UK Premiere of Restored Copy                                  Bright Fest logo BF1a-200h_k CClogo hi res

   + Q&A with Philip Trevelyan



Sun 29th May – 16.30 – 18.30           Duke of York's cinema           Brighton

At last!  Your opportunity to see the wonderful restored copy                                                 Duke of York Brighton

We are delighted to announce that the premiere of the new DCP copy will show as part of the Brighton Festival, screening on
Sunday 29th May at 4,30pm at the lovely old Victorian cinema, the Duke of York's in Brighton. 
The location is particularly exciting with strong local connections, being just a few miles from where the Page family lived.

This is a wonderful opportunity to be at the first screening of the restored copy, in glorious 16mm colour on the big screen.  In Philip Trevelyan's own words, "the film has come alive again.  The film was shot in that wonderful summer of 1969, using only natural lighting.  This has come into its own now in the restored state.  The dappled sunlight through the trees, the deep dark shadows, the intense colours of the peacock, all come back to life, giving the film a whole new dimension.

Philip Trevelyan onstage for Q&A 
We are honoured to have the film's director, Mr Philip Trevelyan, in attendance at this auspicious occasion.  He will be onstage following the screening for a Q&A with film curator Gareth Evans and the audience.

Don't delay in bagging your tickets for this rare event.  They are going fast.  Available from the cinema or online here: