Ever wondered what those clues are about on Facebook and Twitter?
Each month we post clues on Facebook and Twitter in the run up to our Secret Cinema evening we hold at Inkwell.
The Secret Cinema is growing each month, gaining more and more support and we would like to thank all of you have come along and enjoyed our film evenings with us.
The cinema evening happens on the last Friday of every month. Entrance is completely free. Doors open at 6.30pm when refreshments and simple snacks are served in our beautiful art space before the film starts at 7.30pm. Our cinema is a safe, relaxed and uplifting space and we welcome everyone to come along and be part of the evening.
If you haven’t given it a try yet do come along to our next screening on the 27th September. We always welcome new faces and members.
The evening kicks off with a pre-film showreel made up of cinematic curios, archive footage and retro adverts, including animations and short documentaries made by our very own media team.
We thought we would share some of the films that we have shown to date… and as you will see it’s a selection of new releases. arthouse films, comedies and cult classics, so there is something for everyone.
Set in the high-stakes world of Wall Street and an entangling thriller involving the key players at an investment firm during the earliest hours of the 2008 financial crisis.
Daniel Craig returns as James Bond 007 in the 23rd installment of the Bond series on screen.
Withnail and I
The cult classic Withnail and I is a 1987 black comedy film produced by George Harrison’s HandMade Films. It was written and directed by Bruce Robinson and is based on his life in London in the late 1960s.
Life of Brian –
The hilarious Monty Pythons Classic comedy from 1979. Directed by Terry Jones.
Oscar winner based on real events which chronicles the life-or-death covert operation to rescue six Americans, which unfolded behind the scenes of the Iran hostage crisis
Another incendiary masterpiece from Quentin Tarantino. 2012.
Cool Hand Luke
1967 American prison drama film directed by Stuart Rosenberg, starring Paul Newman and featuring George Kennedy in an Oscar-winning performance. Newman stars in the title role as Luke, a prisoner in a Florida prison camp who refuses to submit to the system.
F is for Fake
Is the last major film completed by Orson Welles, who directed, co-wrote, and starred in the film. Initially released in 1974, it focuses on Elmyr de Hory’s recounting of his career as a professional art forger.
Secret Cinema is your cinema so if there’s a film you’ve always wanted to see on the big screen drop us a comment below and we’ll see what we can do. Your suggestions for your favourite genre of film, particular film directors, actresses and actors, we’d love to hear them all!