PROGRAMME EVENTS

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PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE
FRIDAY 2nd OCTOBER

7.30 – Colour Comes to the Movies – Town Hall – £6/£8
SATURDAY 3rd OCTOBER
10-4pm – Pop Up Event – Greyfriars Art Space – FREE
10.30am – Ratatouille – S.Lynn Community Centre – FREE
11am – Jiro Dreams of Sushi – St Georges Guildhall – £5
12.30-5.30pm – Film Making Workshop – S.Lynn Community Centre – FREE
3pm – The Lunchbox – St Georges Guildhall – £5
7.30pm – Like Water for Chocolate – St George’s Guildhall – £5
1pm & 6.30pm – Projection Tours – St Georges Guildhall – FREE
SUNDAY 4th OCTOBER
10-4pm – Pop Up Event – Greyfriars Art Space – FREE
10.30am – The Breakfast Club – Majestic Cinema (Screen 2) – £4
3pm – Babette’s Feast – St George’s Guildhall – £5

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Friday 2nd October

King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club in partnership with King’s Lynn Film Festival presents
Colour Comes To The Movies
7.30pm Town Hall

colour comes to the movies

A special presentation by David Cleveland and Nigel Lister which recreates what it was like going to the cinema 100 years ago when many films were in colour, using vintage equipment and films. Live piano accompaniment.

Tickets
£6 Cinema Club members and their guests — £8 general public
To book e-mail email hidden; JavaScript is required
Pay bar and complimentary international canapés.

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Saturday 3rd October

Pop Up Event
Revenge of the Fifty Foot Noodles

10am-4pm — Greyfriars Art Space — Free

Revenge of the Fifty Foot Noodles

 
Remember Super 8 films? Those whirring cameras and projectors, the little rolls of film, the ritual of showing home movies? Guess what — it’s still alive!

 
Revenge of the Fifty Foot Noodles2

Now celebrating its fiftieth birthday, Super 8 has become a medium of choice for artists and music video makers, with a thriving underground of devotees rescuing the sturdy equipment and upgrading it in ingenious ways. Come and see a selection of preserved equipment from the archive of Cambridge Super 8 Group, and remind yourself how it used to be.

Ratatouille
106 mins — Cert PG
10.30am — South Lynn Community Centre — FREE

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Free Family showing of Ratatouille (in Lithuanian with English subtitles)
 
Children must be accompanied by an adult
 
 
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Hilarious animated adventure. A rat named Remy dreams of becoming a great chef despite his family’s wishes and the obvious problem of being a rat in a decidedly rodent-phobic profession.

JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI
(2011) — Cert U — 81 mins
11am — St Georges Guildhall (Arts Centre) — £5

Jiro Dreams of Sushi2

85 year-old Jiro Ono is considered by many to be the world’s greatest sushi chef. He is the proprietor of a 10-seat, sushi-only restaurant located in a Tokyo subway station. Despite its humble appearance, it is the first restaurant of its kind to be awarded a prestigious 3 star Michelin review, and sushi lovers from around the globe make the pilgrimage for a coveted seat at Jiro’s sushi bar.

Feast Your Eyes: Food Animation Film Workshop
Family Event — FREE
12.30-5.30pm — South Lynn Community Centre

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Come and join the fun at our stop frame animation workshop and develop your very own film making and story boarding skills bringing food items to life.
You will create and animate your very own clips with film maker Matthew Harrison, learning to work with digital equipment and software, props, models, voice-overs and scenery.

Animation Workshop2

All resources will be provided and no previous experience is required, just let your imagination run wild!

Suitable for abilities and ages 8-16 yrs.
(Booking required as places are limited — parents are welcome to stay)

The Lunchbox
(2013) — 104 mins — Cert PG
3pm — St George’s Guildhall (Arts Centre) — £5

The Lunch Box2Hindi and English

A middle class housewife tries to gain the attention of her neglectful husband with a special lunchbox, but it is mistakenly delivered to another office worker. An exchange of lunchbox notes soon evolves into an unexpected friendship.

Like Water for Chocolate
(1992) — 105 mins — Cert 15
7.30pm — St George’s Guildhall (Arts Centre) — £5

Like Water For Chocolate2Mexican with English subtitles

This popular romantic fable from Mexico centres on a young woman who discovers that her cooking has magical effects. Tita, is the youngest of three daughters in a traditional Mexican family. Bound by tradition to remain unmarried while caring for her ageing mother, Tita nevertheless falls in love with a handsome young man named Pedro…

Free Projection Tours

Projection RoomSee behind the scenes at St George’s Guildhall, one of the last venues in the country to use back projection. Find out how projectionists splice, load and project a 35mm film. The tours will take place at 1pm and 6.30pm on 3rd October. To book your place e-mail email hidden; JavaScript is required

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Sunday 4th October

Pop Up Event
Revenge of the Fifty Foot Noodles

10am-4pm — Greyfriars Art Space — Free

Revenge of the Fifty Foot Noodles

 
Remember Super 8 films? Those whirring cameras and projectors, the little rolls of film, the ritual of showing home movies? Guess what — it’s still alive!

 
Revenge of the Fifty Foot Noodles2

Now celebrating its fiftieth birthday, Super 8 has become a medium of choice for artists and music video makers, with a thriving underground of devotees rescuing the sturdy equipment and upgrading it in ingenious ways. Come and see a selection of preserved equipment from the archive of Cambridge Super 8 Group, and remind yourself how it used to be.

The Breakfast Club
(1985) — 97 mins — Cert 15
10.30am — Majestic Cinema (Screen 2) — £4

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John Hughes wrote and directed this quintessential high school drama featuring the hottest young stars of the 80s. Trapped in Saturday detention in a prison-like school library, five strangers begin the day with nothing in common, each bound to their place in the high school caste system. Yet when faced with the villainous principal, they realise they have more in common than they think.

Babette’s Feast
(1987) — 103 mins — Cert U
3pm — St George’s Guildhall (Arts Centre) — £5

Babettes Feast2French, Danish, Swedish with English subtitles

Oscar-winning film set in 19th Denmark in which two beautiful but pious sisters grow to spinsterhood under the wrathful eye of their strict pastor father. When Parisian refugee Babette (Stéphane Audran) arrives to serve as the family cook, her lavish celebratory banquet tempts the family’s dwindling congregation, who abjure such fleshly pleasures as fine foods and wines.

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