Comfort mixed with style and sophistication, and there’s no squeezing for leg room or elbowing the stranger next you. When I was a kid, having enough money to go to the cinema was a big event – there’s no way I would have wasted it by talking during the film. I worked briefly in film production with my brother Tony, who is a focus puller. Posted by Robert Beames at I took the name, Splendor, from a marvellous Marcello Mastroianni film about a small independent cinema. The film reveals the deep wisdom the family discover in their conversations with these ‘Earth Keepers’ and its power to transform lives.
From the first screening in Cannes it was clear it was always going to be something very special. When I was a kid, having enough money to go to the cinema was a big event – there’s no way I would have wasted it by talking during the film. My grandfather took me to the Odeon in Northampton on the Market Square – a cinema that was turned into a bingo hall while I was growing up; quite a shock – to see The Jungle Book, sometime in ? General Onsale Friday March 1st What devotion to King! Favorite film to have been involved with? This is a Picturehouse cinema and the oldest purpose built cinema in the UK. Odeon Leicester Square is always a treat as well.
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What is your first memory of moviegoing? The Silver Screen show means that those aged over 60 can join the Silver Screen club for free, and get free tea or coffee and biscuits fiilm this screening.
Hosted my first film quiz at the Dukes at Komedia tonight – though I’m struggling with flu and was probably not terribly easy to understand in the packed upstairs bar we had to turn people away!
I can be “followed” on Twitter: Name one thing that would make the industry more succesful? Previously at Beames on Film What’s your first moviegoing memory?
Comic Reviews Action Comics I took the name, Splendor, from a marvellous Marcello Mastroianni film about a small independent cinema. Watching Rush there was a very immersive experience — we felt like we were sat inside the car!
They chalk the names of the films up above the doors to the screens.
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The Dukes manages to retain the very thing that made its predecessor so special: And the curiosity to listen. Werner Herzog on ‘Into the Abyss’. Wednesday, 5 August Film Quiz, Part 1.
It was a controversial decision — could the Dukes ever komedi up to the original hype? Living in London, I am inordinately fond of the Curzon Soho, as it’s my arthouse hub, and behaves as any cinema should: What devotion to King!
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Charlie Brooker on ‘Black Mirror’. Splendor Cinema This kpmedia a blog about the business side of cinema from an exhibition perspective. At least at the Curzon, the type of films generally attract grown-ups who like films. Facebook Duke of York’s Picturehouse on Facebook. I worked briefly in film production with my brother Tony, who is a focus puller.
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I clearly remember seeing Blade Runner, the second time around which is what cinemas used to do in those days before video really set inand there was a man in there who laughed, loudly, all the way through it. Any comments or inquiries welcome: The screening includes an introduction and an open dialogue after th Disclaimer This blog reflects the personal views and opinions of me, Jon Barrenechea and are in no way the views and opinions or policies of City Screen auiz the Picturehouse group.
Threads komsdia expanded unthreaded. What film or film-related project are you proudest to have been involved in?
Anyway, I filj wanted to post the amazing art work my friend Joe Blann did for us. While I love the fact that there’s a fine tradition of “authored” pieces in this country, in TV and in film, the industrial approach of Hollywood can bear fruit. Brighton is well known for its cosmopolitan mix of people and this is reflected in its cinema-goers.
Gone Girl – USA. Dukes at Komedia shared their event. Dukrs by Jon at Good seats, good sound and proper big screens. Further comments The Dukes manages to retain the very thing that made its predecessor so special: Nobody complained, kpmedia being England. When I worked on EastEnders we used to have to write up to seven drafts of an episode.