Time Out Film Club

British cinema classic Don’t Look Now has been chosen as the film to launch the new Time Out Film Club at Cineworld Haymarket on 22 March with actor David Morrissey hosting the exclusive one-off screening. This will be Time Out Film Club’s first ever event and kicks-off a series of exclusive screenings of films from Time Out’s 100 Best British Films, as recently chosen by 150 film industry experts. These rare cinema screenings are open to the public with tickets costing just £12, around the same price as a regular West End cinema ticket. Each screening will feature introductions from leading members of the British cinema world, with Morrissey headlining as the first guest.

Tim Arthur, Director of Time Out Live, comments “The season offers the people of London the chance to see some of the greatest British films ever made, presented by some of the film world’s most influential voices. A movie aficionado’s dream and the perfect opportunity to catch up on all those films you really should have experienced up there on the big screen where they belong”.

Earlier this month, a panel of film experts including Sam Mendes and Wes Anderson selected the 1970s classic romantic thriller Don’t Look Now as the Best British Film of all time, beating the likes of popular British movies such as Trainspotting and Four Weddings and a Funeral to the top spot. Morrissey was one of the panelists who selected Don’t Look Now as one of his favourite all-time British films in Time Out’s 100 Best British Films.

Don’t Look Now stars Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland as a married couple, who are sucked into a dangerous mystery in Venice while recovering from the death of their daughter. The architect begins to question his sanity when he starts having a series of disturbing and fragmented premonitions which coincides with a series of murders in the city.

One of our all-time favourite films -the science fiction fantasy Brazil –will be the second feature on 29 March with its star Jonathan Pryce introducing the film.

For further information please visit: http://www.timeout.com/london/feature/867/time-out-lives-film-club

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