Star Wars – Delayed to May 29

We’re going to be screening the original Star Wars print from 1977. This copy was scanned from an original 1977 release print, so it’s not going to be the cleanly artificial-looking versions you see on the current releases. There’s film grain. There’s camera weave. There’s dirt hits and reel change marks. Technically this version is… Continue reading Star Wars – Delayed to May 29

Next Week: MANK

Next week we will be following up last weeks’ screening of Citizen Kane with Mank. This is the story of Herman Mankiewicz, known as Mank to his friends, and how he wrote the screenplay for the boy genius Welles. Like Citizen Kane, this story is presented in a non-linear narrative, hopping around through the life… Continue reading Next Week: MANK

Citizen Kane

Saturday, April 24, we’re going to sit down and try to figure out why a dying man’s last words were “Rosebud”. Yes, Orson Welles’ directorial debut is going to be our presentation. This screening is part of a mini-series, as our next screening will be Manx, David Fincher’s film about the man who wrote the… Continue reading Citizen Kane

Shark Tale

Because we all need to come to terms with our self-image, this Saturday 10 April, we will be screening Shark Tale. This was Dreamworks answer to Finding Nemo. Instead of a heartfelt story about an adult coming to terms with sadness, death and loss, we have the story of a self-obsessed teenager. Still, I have… Continue reading Shark Tale

Hello 2021.

Last year, just about all we managed to do was to do the tech run in March. And then the curtain fell. This year, we will be running again. Robin is back, and I’ve added some long-wanted atmospheric lights to the screen. We’ll probably have a tech run in a couple of weeks, and then… Continue reading Hello 2021.