16 May Alchemy Film Screenings
FILM is coming to a local venue near you across the Black Country this Spring, as part of Alchemy Black Country running from the 20th- 28th May.
We are delighted to announce we have partnered with the British Film Institute, Flatpack & Creative Black Country to bring film showings to the Black Country.
The British Film Institute, has allocated lottery funding to the BFI neighbourhood fund which helps provide valuable opportunity to bring the local community together to film screenings,without the hassle of a travelling too far.
It offers a fantastic way to socialise and also brings people together for a more unique cinema experience.
We have a selection of three movies being aired as part of Alchemy Black Country.
The Lunchbox (2014) Cert PG
Starring Irrfan Khan (Slumdog Millionaire)
English and Hindi
Running time: 103mins
23rd May @ Forest Arts Centre, Hawbush Road
Walsall , WS3 1AG
Call the Box office: 0300 555 2898.
Review: The Lunchbox is perfectly handled and beautifully acted; a quiet storm of banked emotions (The Guardian 2014)
Om Shanti Om (2007) Cert 12
Director: Farah Khan
Hindu & Urdu
Running time: 162mins
22nd May @ The Lighthouse Media Centre
The Chubb Buildings, Fryer Street
Wolverhampton, WV1 1HT
Admission: £6.75 / £8:15
Call the Box office: 01902 716 055
Anita & Me (2002) Cert 12
Director: Metin Huseyin
Running time: 92 mins
26th May @ Brasshouse Community Centre
Smethwick, B66 1BA
Call the Box office: 0121 555 5672
Review: It proves that, after “East is East” and “Bend it Like Beckham”, there’s still plenty of observational humour to be gleaned from the Anglo-Asian experience. (BBC, 2002)