Why not come and see Leslie H. Martinson, Tim Burton, Christopher Nolan's brilliant film The Ultimate Batman Marathon One of our many current highlights. With a cast including Adam West, Michael Keaton, Christian Bale.
The Ultimate Batman Marathon - featuring: BATMAN ('66), BATMAN ('89), BATMAN RETURNS, BATMAN BEGINS, THE DARK KNIGHT & THE DARK KNIGHT RISES!
The Prince Charles Cinema and DocHouse present a series of fantastic documentary screenings, many with Q&A sessions and panel discussions from the directors, producers and stars. Previous screenings have included a preview of Werner Herzog's Into The Abyss with a Q&A with the producer, and Nostalgia for the light followed by a conversation with the legendary director Patricio Guzmán
Next up on September 18th we have BIG BOYS GONE BANANAS!* with a special Q&A with director Fredrik Gertten + guests.
Fredrik Gertten, Director of BIG BOYS GONE BANANAS!*
Fredrik Gertten is an award winning director and journalist based in Sweden. Fredrik previously worked as a foreign correspondent and columnist for radio, TV and press around the world. Today he combines film making with a role as a creative producer on WG Film - his production company famous for local stories with a global understanding.
Sven Hughes , Communications advisor to international businesses and features in the film.
Sven Hughes is a strategic communications advisor and founder of the world’s first dedicated verbalisation agency. His current and former clients include Prime Ministers, CEOs, militaries and royal households. He is also a multi award-winning copywriter, feature film screenwriter and director. He lectures regularly on the future of strategic communications.
Corporate bullying, scare tactics, and PR-spin become the daily life of documentary filmmaker Fredrik Gertten all because he made a film about bananas. As Gertten’s film BANANAS is finished, the story of his next film begins – Gertten is compelled to pick up his camera again sooner than he thinks when Dole Food Company threaten to sue his film documenting the law suit brought against them by 12 Nicaraguan farmers. This personal tale shows how easily the livelihood of documentary filmmakers can be put into jeopardy. BIG BOYS GONE BANANAS!* Could be called a thriller but is certainly a cautionary tale for those who want the truth.