Spring Film Programme – 2016
The new spring film programme starts on 12th January, at 7.45 pm, with Listen to Me Marlon (15). Marlon Brando reveals himself posthumously, as he never did in life, in this enthralling documentary. Director Stevan Riley makes creative use of an extraordinary archive of personal materials to let the legendary actor tell his own story from beyond the grave.
We have a varied range of films at the Foxlowe Arts Centre. The main programme on Tuesday evenings is a mixture of mainstream and art house films shown every week during each season. This includes a children’s matinee, shown on Thursday afternoon during each half-term. The documentary films are screened on the first Wednesday evening of each month from November to April.
The current programme also contains details of this season’s documentary films.
FOLLOWING LAST SEASON’S MEAL DEAL SUCCESS
One Night Only (15th March) Film and Meal Deal Tickets available for £15.
Enjoy delicious Irish food and live atmospheric music in our Café before watching the film Brooklyn.
Serving between 6.30 and 7.00 pm. Come in 50s dress to be entered into our raffle.
Meal Deal tickets must be booked in advance. Priority will be given to Meal Deal tickets, with Film Only tickets released only 1-2 weeks before the screening.
FERAL FILM FESTIVAL TALK (Wednesday 16th March, 7.30 pm)
Critically acclaimed local film makers Rotten Park Road will explain how they did it and present clips from their latest feature film soon to be released in America. A unique opportunity to meet and question a pair of visionary filmmakers.
Rotten Park Road is a non-profit organisation, working to create high quality theatre and film productions. The company is led by Patrick McConnell and Lynne Payne, who are influenced by artists from all mediums living on the extremities of society. Rotten Park Road’s work ranges from the dark and hard-hitting through to the sadistically comic.
Foxlowe Talks present a Feral Film Festival Talk with Foxlowe Films and Warmigloo.
Free entry. All donations will support future events.
For details of these and all the films, look out for the new programme, which will be available soon in the entrance hall and widely distributed elsewhere. Films will also be posted shortly on the online Calendar (What’s On).
Advance tickets will be available from the Foxlowe Gallery and online. Online tickets can be booked up to 6.00 pm on the screening day.
“The main film programme is supported by Film Hub North West Central, proud to be a member of the BFI Film Audience Network and has received funding from the BFI Development Fund”.