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“Holding hands at the movie show, when all the lights are low, may not be new, but I like it, how about you?”

THIS SCREENING
The Third Man  (PG)

Restored Classic

Saturday 5th October 2019, 7.30pm
Certificate  Duration 2hr 40mins tbc

Director: Carol Reed
Cast includes Joseph Cotten, Valli, Orson Welles, Trevor Howard, Paul Hoerbiger, Ernst Deutsch, Erich Ponto, Siegfried Breuer, Hedwig Bleibtreu, Bernard Lee, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Geoffrey Keen.

Considered by many as the best British film ever made, The Third Man  screening includes special additional content filmed on 1st September 2019, the 70th Anniversary of the original World Premiere.
Enjoy the film back on the big screen in a 4k restoration, complete with a pre-screening exclusive musical performance from Cornelia Mayer, a Viennese zither player that trained with Anton Karas, and a post-screening Q&A hosted by film critic Danny Leigh featuring Angela Allen, one of the last remaining crew members, special guest and fan of the film writer/director Hossein Amini and more special guests TBC.

Directed by Carol Reed (The Fallen Idol, Oliver!) from an original script by acclaimed novelist Graham Greene, The Third Man won the Grand Prix at Cannes and the BAFTA for Best British film and is beloved by filmmakers the world over from Martin Scorsese to Ben Wheatley. Oscar-winning cinematography showcasing the shadowy underbelly of a bombed-out Vienna, an endlessly quotable performance by Orson Welles and an iconic soundtrack from zither player Anton Karas, a Viennese busker plucked from obscurity by Reed, all combine to make one of the most memorable thrillers of all time.
Adult£12.00 
 
Under 15£6.00 
 

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