Leytonstone Pop-Up Cinema proudly presents these two events as part of the Leytonstone Festival 2012
AN EVENING OF SCREENINGS & DEBATE FOCUSING ON EVASION & ABSENCE
The London Nobody Knows (1967)
A justly famous documentary directed by Norman Cohen and presented by James Mason exploring the city’s underside, based on Geoffrey Fletcher’s book of the same name.
To follow, David Boote of the Leyton and Leytonstone Historical Society takes the theme local with a talk on The Leytonstone Nobody Knows.
Alfred Hitchcock (2000)
To finish our special programme, Ian Bourne presents his film Alfred Hitchcock (2000), an oblique ode to the great director, told as a minicab journey around Leytonstone (Hitchcock’s place of birth) followed by a discussion on The Leytonstone Hitchcock Never Wanted To Know.
The Heathcote Pub (first floor)
344 Grove Green Road, Leytonstone E11 4EA.
Admission £5 (£4 all concessions)
* No disabled access available, as event in on first floor with stairs access only.
Sunday 15th July (running time: 7.30pm until 10pm aprox.)
FILM QUIZ & CURRY NIGHT
A curry and film quiz night at The Golden Curry restaurant for all those who think they know everything there is to know about European and World Cinema, animation movies, cult films, timeless classics or British cinema, Hitchcock fanatics, our lovely pop-up cinema regulars and those who just don’t watch a movie unless it’s got subtitles!
Only £10 per person for a delicious and freshly made all-you-can-eat Indian buffet* and the chance to test your film knowledge against fellow cinema lovers and win some top prizes!
No booking required. Get your partner or a team ready and just turn up. Just be aware that seats are limited and strictly allocated on a first-come first-served basis, so we advise to arrive well on time to make sure you can get a table.
The Golden Curry
734 High Road Leytonstone E11 3AW
* No disabled access available.
Wednesday 18th July (running time: 7pm until 9.30pm aprox. – Dinner served first, followed by film quiz starting at 8pm aprox.)