Upcoming Screenings 2017 

Next screening…

Towner Arts Gallery, Eastbourne 18 Nov 7.30

Andrew Kotting

The Moon and the Sledgehammer  will screen at the Towner Arts Gallery
on Sat 18 November at 7.30.  Ben Rivers’ film, This is my Land, will also
show.  Rivers is fascinated by people who live on the edge of society.
His film follows the life of old Jake in his remote and ramshackle
Aberdeenshire home.    Like the Page family, Jake ‘inherited’ his lifestyle,
both having been once part of a thriving rural community.
Neither chose to live so remotely but equally, both chose not to give up
the freedom it offers in exchange for the doubtful rewards of consumerism.
The programme has been curated by Andrew Kotting  and is part of a wider
free exhibition called Who You Walk With Alters What You Are. 
It features three psychogeographical journey-works made in collaboration
with Iain Sinclair, featuring pinhole photographs (Anonymous Bosch),
artefacts, paintings (Eden Kötting) and film installations.  Kotting’s own Gallivant screens on 2nd December.

Tickets here:   http://www.townereastbourne.org.uk/event/the-moon-and-the-sledgehammer/

Bewdley, Worcestershire 7 Nov at 7.30pm

Get on down to Bewdley in Worcestershire on 7th November and enjoy a screening of
The Moon and the Sledgehammer, starting at 7.30 pm.
Part of a double bill, the film will screen with ‘London Symphony’, a brand new silent film – a city symphony – which offers a poetic journey through the city of London. It is an artistic snapshot of
the city as it stands today, and a celebration of its culture and diversity.

With music by James McWilliam, it has been nominated for the Michael Powell Award for Best British Film at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017

Tickets are £5.00 and can be purchased at the venue or online here:
http://thehall-bewdley.org.uk/component/ohanah/bewdley-film-club-double-header?Itemid=185

Book your tickets now as I’m told they’re going fast.

Rare American Screening

23rd July, 7pm.  Moviate, Harrisburg, PA

We have a rare one-off American screening coming up this month.  On 23rd July Moviate in Harrisburg Pennsylvania will screen the film at 7pm.  MOVIATE is a volunteer operated, not for profit film co-op, dedicated to bringing independent, underground, and avant-garde Cinema and Sound events to the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania area.  I wonder what they will make of the Pages.  Tickets cost $5.00 here

 

 

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
screening 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

Home Cinema, Manchester, 23rd Feb, 2017. 18.10

The Moon & the Sledgehammer

 Lambing

 Ship Hotel – Tyne Main
 
Tickets here https://homemcr.org/film/a-trevelyan-trio/

   

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.  The project surveys an array of production strategies deployed by video
artists and filmmakers across Yorkshire and the Humber, the North East and Cumbria from the ‘60s to the early
2000s.This edition of the project features work by Doncaster-based artist-filmmaker Peter Samson, including the
premiere of his latest 16mm film. Work by artists including Patrick Keiller, Janey Walklin and Philip Trevelyan
will also be screened.11 March, 7–9pm
Cast
Waterdale
Doncaster
DN1 3BUTickets via Cast.Supported by Film Hub North, led by Showroom Workstation. Proud to be part of the BFI Film Audience Network.

  • The Problem of Perspective: Doncaster, 11 March 2017

The Moon and the Sledgehammer    

Tickets here   

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Archives 2016

We have screenings up and down the country this summer.  
Time to get your diaries out!
 

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Sat. 13th August.  3.30 pm

Rare Trevelyan DOUBLE BILL
LAMBING (1964)  25 mins +
MOON & SLEDGEHAMMER

Duke of York’s Picturehouse
Preston Circus
Brighton BN1 4NA

Book tickets here

Sat 27th & Sun 28th Aug  8pm
August Bank Holiday
Cambridge 
The Copse
Grantchester Meadows
OUTDOOR SCREENING!
The ultimate outdoor setting in a woods at sunset.  Like being there with the family.
Excellent weather forecast too.
Don’t miss this perfect opportunity.
Cambridge woods Allchin Tickets here
21st – 25th September
Berwick Film Festival
Introduction by Luke Fowler
+Q&A with Philip Trevelyan
http://www.berwickfilm-artsfest.com/about-usTickets on sale soon

More screening dates to follow.  Keep checking back for updates.  Please check each individual site for dates and times which are subject to change.

 

Cambridge – the perfect outdoor setting to watch the film  27&28th Aug 2016

Cambridge woods Jim silhouetteTHE ULTIMATE OUTDOOR        SCREENING IN THE WOODS!            THE MOON & THE SLEDGEHAMMER              

Grantchester Meadows, Cambridge       Sat 27th & Sun 28th August   

We are beyond excited to announce what is probably the most perfect outdoor setting to watch the film. Cambridge Film Trust are holding screenings in a leafy copse, where you can sit outdoors under the stars on a warm summer’s August bank holiday evening and watch the Pages.  What could be better?  It will be like being in the woods with the family.  Weather forecast predicts a mild evening.  We are thrilled to have this amazing opportunity,  I can’t wait!

 

The film will screen as part of the Cambridge Film Trust’s Film Festival.  There will be two screenings on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th of the August bank holiday.
The screening will take place outdoors in a copse in the famous Granchester Meadows, amid ghosts of past visitors like Virginia Woolf, Bertrand Russell, Rupert Brooke and Alan Turing.  Grab a hay bale and sit under the summer skies.  This is one definitely not to miss! Tickets from their website

 

Berwick Film Festival     21st – 25th September 2016
THE MOON & THE SLEDGEHAMMER + Q&A with Philip Trevelyan

We are delighted to announce that Philip Trevelyan has been invited to the Berwick Film Festival in September to present three evenings devoted to his films and to take part in conversations with various artists.  On Friday 23rd August the film will screen with young film maker and Turner Prize nominee, Luke Fowler’s intriguing short film, Bogman Palmjaguar (25 mins).

                                                                          Screening of rare 16mm films
A second evening will be devoted entirely to some of his other, rarely seen works.  To the absolute delight of film purists everywhere the films will be projected in their original 16mm.  Films are the much lauded Ship Hotel – Tyne Main; Lambing, Trevelyan’s award winning student film  and Big Ware, about the last traditional country potter.

On the third evening, The Moon & the Sledgehammer will screen Gorge Coeur Ventre (Still Life, 2016), by Maud Alpi, fresh from the Locarno film festival.  More here

The conversations will range from Mrs Page to our relationship with the land and work, and of course aspects of film making, all promising some vibrant and stimulating sessions.  The full programme will be announced in August. Tickets available soon.                                                                     http://www.berwickfilm-artsfest.com/films-and-events

More screenings will be announced soon.  Check back later.

Back by popular demand! 

The Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Preston Circus, Brighton, BN1 4NA.               Saturday 13th August 2016

 

Rare Trevelyan DOUBLE BILL.
THE MOON & THE SLEDGEHAMMER(1971) + LAMBING (1964)

Dick by Fire

Shepherd Mr Dick Freeman by the fire

Following the successful sell-out screening of the premiere of the restored copy at the Duke of York’s cinema in Brighton, we are delighted to announce a rare opportunity to watch a Philip Trevelyan DOUBLE BILL – The Moon & the Sledgehammer + Lambing (25 mins.)
For the first time in decades Trevelyan’s award winning student film will show on the big screen.  The film features old shepherd Mr Dick Freeman, alone on his hilltop farm in the cold, dark nights of the lambing season.  This early work already shows a powerful control of time and space with the subject seemingly oblivious to the camera, giving up glimpses into a shared intimacy, drawing us hypnotically into the shepherd’s life and Trevelyan’s vision.

Saturday 13th August at 3.30pm.  Tickets available now here cinema’s website, or phone their Box Office Number: 0871 902 5728 (calls cost 13p per minute plus your telephone company’s access charge)

445 the farm Sheep Fold
The director talks about his films.  More on LAMBING.  LAMBING Stills 

 

 

UK PREMIERE OF THE RESTORED COPY DCP screening

+ Q&A with director Philip Trevelyan

 

 

May 29th, 2016.     4.30pm                                                           Duke of York Brighton

 

 

Brighton Festival
At the Duke of York cinema

 

 

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April 9th 2016.     6.15pm                                                   

THE ART OF THE REAL 
At the Film Society, Lincoln Center, New York, America’s great cultural institution, as part of their prestigious documentary festival.

Click here for more information

 

The Film Society at the Lincoln Center, New York

 

April 18th, 2016.    9pm                                                              Fantom-banner-1020x520-1020x520

Glasgow International Festival

Tales of the Forgotten Future, Part 2
At The Old Hairdressers, Renfield Lane, Glasgow, G2 6PH

FREE      Click here for more info

 

May 29th, 2016.     4.30pm                                                           Duke of York Brighton

Brighton Festival
At the Duke of York cinema

Q&A with director Philip Trevelyan

Click here for more info