///Blockbuster lineup of cinema at this years Green Man Festival

Blockbuster lineup of cinema at this years Green Man Festival

By | 2018-11-18T20:03:46+00:00 July 6th, 2011|Categories: Festivals, Green Man Festival|Tags: |0 Comments

There’s a little celluloid something for everyone this summer in a packed programme of mind-bending movies and live music guaranteed to stimulate your senses – whatever time of day (or night) it is!

Lights…camera…action!

The Music Of Vernon Elliot performed by North Sea Radio Orchestra
Step back in time with The Clangers, Ivor The Engine and Bagpuss in a celebration of music from the classic kids TV shows made by Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin’s legendary Smallfilms Productions.

Optimum Classics
Late-night screenings of classics including Apocalypse Now, starring Marlon Brando, David Bowie in The Man Who Fell To Earth and hit thriller Source Code.

The Beat Is The Law – Fanfare For The Common People
Documentary charting Pulp’s rise from ‘80s Sheffield obscurity to Glastonbury headliners, featuring interviews with Jarvis Cocker and Richard Hawley.

Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde accompanied by Blue Roses
Celebrated Yorkshire folk songstress Blue Roses performs a live musical accompaniment to MGM’s seminal silent horror film.

Consumed – Inside The Belly Of The Beast
The UK premiere of a challenging and eye-opening new documentary about modern consumerist culture.

7 Inch Cinema/Ghost Box Records
Featuring the talents of Belbury Youth Club, a host of DJs, a video disco and a selection of shorts and archive clips to quicken the heart and chill the soul.

Singalongawickerman
Dust down your best Scottish accent and get your Pagan hymnbook primed for an interactive sing-a-long screening of classic cult horror film The Wicker Man.

In Chapters
Cardiff arts collective present four hours of film, music videos and live music, featuring the launch of former Gorky’s bassist Richard James’ new album.

PLUS much, much more including new Efterklang film An Island and live audio/visual performances from Emily Barker, The Real Tuesday Weld and film composer Harry Escott featuring a string quartet!

Whether it’s cartoons with the kids in the morning or losing yourself in a darkened room with a late-night cider, you can be sure it’s showing on Green Man’s silver screen this summer!

 

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