Curzon Soho 99 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 5DY, London
Come see the world premiere of the Director’s Cut of The Handmaiden, a month before the movie comes out on general release. Tickets will sell out so get yours fast.
If you’ve heard of Chan-wook Park then you know he is writer/director of the classic, Old Boy.
The World Premiere of the Director’s Cut of The Handmaiden. Chan-wook Park’s latest, critically lauded historical epic, in this version runs an extra 22mins to the standard version of the film. 1930s Korea, in the period of Japanese occupation, a new girl (Sookee) is hired as a handmaiden to a Japanese heiress (Hideko) who lives a secluded life on a large countryside estate with her domineering Uncle (Kouzuki). But the maid has a secret. She is a pickpocket recruited by a swindler posing as a Japanese Count to help him seduce the Lady to elope with him, rob her of her fortune, and lock her up in a madhouse. The plan seems to proceed according to plan until Sookee and Hideko discover some unexpected emotions.
We meet at the Curzon Soho bar for a drink or two before the movie.
Want to join us? To sign up for this screening and a link to purchase cinema ticket(s) online, please visit our Meetup page here.
Non-Multiplex Cinema’s screening event of the highest quality short films with an Audience Award for Best Film on the Night. Announcing the line-up for the evening screening:
A probational experiment forces its newest chosen convict to confront the horror of her crime in order to win her freedom.
Director Dan Tonkin
When a man holds a door open for a woman, that’s just being polite. But when he insists she goes first, maybe that’s different…
Director James Hughes
Frank’s had enough. A spirit medium whose unique and grotesque method of channeling the dead is putting his own life at risk, he wants out. But others, in this world and the next, have plans of their own. Part body horror, part crime thriller, part ghost story, The Stomach is a unique tale of Supernatural Noir.
Director Ben Steiner
If I Can Dream
A peculiar journey following the artist Dmitri Galitzine as he chases his dream of being the best Elvis Tribute Artist in Europe.
Director Mattia Reiniger
Pastry is a short film about a ‘sweet’ seduction. It is a light-hearted but meaningful look at how women perceive their body weight or shape in relation to others. Our fairy-tale starts when Caroline, a business woman in her early thirties, allows her desire for a doughnut to win over her months of dieting. But the first doughnut leads to a doomed diet, and so much more.
Director Eduardo Barreto
Residents of a retirement home take over the warden’s office to protest their eviction. Dark secrets are revealed in this emotional story.
Director Julian Bushell – this film is out of competition
Many of the filmmakers will be available for a Q&A.
The above shows some of the fantastic films and projects that will be showcased on the night on the big screen at a lovely posh auditorium, leather seats, dedicated projector room at the
Deloitte Auditorium, 2 New Street Square, EC4A 3BZ (map)
The auditorium breaks out into the foyer where we will be having chilled drinks. Plenty of opportunities to meet other filmmakers, actors and film lovers.
We think we’ve found the most amazing short films for you to watch. Here is a montage of just some of them, more to follow…
The venue is Deloitte Auditorium, 2 New Street Square, EC4A 3BZ (map)
Features leather seats, dedicated projector room, come watch the films in style. As well as the award for best short, there will be Q&As with the cast/crew fromthe films, networking before and after in the breakout area. Drinks and beverages served throughout the evening.
I couldn’t agree more with the quote from one of our members from Non-Multiplex Cinemageors Group meetup, “Fantastic! A really great selection of films. A mix of brilliant storytelling, cool concepts and some stunning cinematography. Very impressive!”.
The evening took place on the 1st March 2016 in London, expertly hosted by Arazou Baker. Short films screened included…
Red River directed by Emma Lindley, Table Manners directed by Rebecca Manley
Surgery directed by Clemens Bros, Bouquet directed by Guen Murroni, Be Now directed by Graham Atkins-Hughes
+ Night Shift directed by Richard Higson
And the winner…
Non-Multiplex Cinema Best Film
Receiving the Non-Multiplex Cinema Award for Best Short Film director Emma Lindley and actress Nikhita Mani for “Red River”.
This has got all the ingrediants for a great movie. Perfect casting in Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin.
Gorgeous cinematography, shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. A foreboding, twisting story of an FBI agent, Emily Blunt, in over her head in an escalating war against drugs at the border area. The tale has some raw action.
Come watch this movie with Non-Multiplex Cinemagoers Group, three weeks before general release in Central London at a top independent cinema.
Visit our Meet-up page for more details and link to book ticket(s) here.
Driven almost to nervous and physical breakdown by his bullying teacher Fletcher (J. K. Simmons), Andrew (Miles Teller) sacrifices everything, including his budding relationship with fellow student Nicole (Melissa Benoist), for his chance of greatness, leading to a shattering climax.
This film is getting so much love from critics and viewing public, including an 8.7 on IMDB.
Come join Non-Multiplex Cinemagoers Group for friendly banter at the cinema bar (free wifi, sofas, comfy chairs, superb views of Greenwich) from an hour before the screening. RSVP on our meetup page to join us, where there is more info, trailer, including a link to order tickets at
Currently riding high with a huge IMDB score greater than 9, come watch the movie with us, the Non-Multiplex Cinemagoers Group, at the UK exclusive advance screening at the Odeon Leicester Square, this Thursday 6th November, a day before nationwide release.
Interstellar directed by Christopher Nolan, starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Bill Irwin.
With over an hour shot on 70mm film, there are only a handful of screens in the UK capable of screening this quality. Note that Digital IMAX screens use 2K/4K digital projectors whilst 70mm film delivers around 9K resolution.
The Odeon Leicester Square will be projecting straight off 70mm film print, using Cinemeccanica Victoria 10 film projectors, assuring the highest quality.
We have special access to the Royal Circle bar, regardless of the ticket you bought. Come join us upstairs there for a drink or two from 7pm, an hour before the screening at 8pm. This is a great opportunity to meet other filmmakers.
For order details, and to register your attendance, please go to our new Meetup page by clicking here.
A selection of great short films played to a packed, captive audience. Shown on an 8m screen (London)! Drinks served throughout the evening. Award for the best film on the night Evening hosted by Non-Multiplex Cinema.
NETWORKING & SHORT SCREENING EVENT
Non-Multiplex Cinema wants to bring back these fantastically fun evenings, but can’t do so without your help. Do you love short films? Would you like to judge some to help choose for the evenings? Email to the address below for more info.
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