Today’s theme @ Worcester Week Student Film Festival is Chick Flicks

The schedule for today’s Chick Flicks screenings are as follows:

1pm – Juno (Jason Reitman, 2007)

3pm – Heathers (Michael Lehmann, 1988)

5:30pm – Mean Girls (Mark Waters, 2004) *please wear something pink!

7:30pm – White Bird in a Blizzard (Gregg Araki, 2014)

 

Too girly for you? Well tomorrow’s theme is British Action Cinema!

1pm – The Italian Job (Peter Collinson, 1969)

3:30pm – Snatch (Guy Ritchie, 2000)

6pm – Hot Fuzz (Edgar Wright, 2007)

8:15pm – Attack the Block (Joe Cornish, 2011)

 

And I can finally announce Friday’s films

1pm – Into the Woods (Rob Marshall, 2014)

3:30pm – Hercules (Ron Clements & John Musker, 1997)

5:45pm – LA Confidential (Curtis Hanson, 1997)

8:15pm – Drive (Nicholas Winding Refn, 2011)

Photos from yesterday’s launch of the student film festival

And two lovely tweets from RSVP

Shenanigans continue tonight and all this week!  All films are screened in EE1026 and admission is absolutely FREE!

You still have time to catch a few of the musicals being screened today

5pm – Grease (Randal Kleiser, 1978)

7:20 pm – Across the Universe (Julie Taymor, 2007)

Tomorrow’s theme is Chick Flicks

Thursday’s theme is British Action Films

And Friday’s theme is still a mystery, keep checking back for when we announce what the films are!

 

Student-led Film Festival has launched!!

As part of their module, FLMS2250 – Film Cultures – students are running a film festival in EE1026 across this entire Worcester Week. Admission to the films is free, and a charity box is available for donations in support of RSVP (Rape and Sexual Violence Prevention).

The event kicked off with a brief talk by Lisa, CEO of RSVP explaining the nature of the charity and outlining the great work it does in the West Midlands and Birmingham areas.

The FLMS2250 class have worked tirelessly to organize some great films and cinema-foods are available for more than reasonable prices:

 

The films kick of at 1pm every day this week, with each day a different theme. Today being Halloween, the theme is obviously HORROR MOVIES!

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By the time the film started, there were many more people in the audience. Note the photobomb by the normally photo-shy Paul Elliott. 

The schedule of films for today (31 October) are:

13:00 – Oculus (Mike Flanagan, 2013)

15:00 – The Ring (Gore Verbinski, 2002)

17:30 – The Conjuring 2 (James Wan, 2016)

20:00 – The Babadook (Jennifer Kent, 2014)

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Tuesday’s theme is Musicals

Wednesday’s theme is Chick Flicks

Thursday’s theme is British Action Movies

Friday’s theme is still a mystery… more details, when we get them!

 

Worcester Week 1 Film Festival!!!

Today marks the start of our first ever Worcester Week and to celebrate that Film Studies is producing a film festival for everyone to join!

 

All films are FREE and screened in EE 1026. Come along and bring a friend. Schedule is below…

 

Cover of "Annie Hall"

 

Monday 21 October

 

12:00 – Annie Hall (Allen, 1977) 93 min

 

14:00 – Bad Education (Almodovar, 2004) 104 min

 

16:20 – Reservoir Dogs (Tarantino, 1992) 99 min

 

18:30 – Ichi the Killer (Miike, 2001) 129 min

 

Cover of "Ichi the Killer [Blu-ray]"

 

Tuesday 22 October

 

12:00 – Jurassic Park (Spielberg, 1993) 127  min

 

14:30 – Amadeus (Forman, 1984) 160 min

 

17:15 – Un chien Andalou (Bunuel & Dali, 1929) 16 min.

 

18:00 – The Godfather (Coppola, 1972) 175 min

 

Pierre Batcheff bicycling in nun's clothing.

 

 

Cover of "Easy Rider [Region 2]"

 

 

 

Wednesday 23 October

 

12:00 – Easy Rider (Hopper, 1969) 95 min

 

14:00 – Mulholland Drive (Lynch, 2001) 147 min

 

17:00 – The Holy Mountain (Jodorowsky, 1973) 114 min

 

1930 – Irreversible (Noe, 2002) 97 min

 

Thursday 24 October

 

12:00 – Dr. Strangelove, or how I stopped worrying and learn to love the bomb (Kubrick, 1964) 95 min

 

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14:00 – La Strada (Fellini, 1954) 108 min

 

16:30 – Ghost in the Shell (Mamoru, 1995) 83 min

 

18:30 – Metropolis (Lang, 1927) 153 min

 

 

 

Monty Python's Life of Brian

 

Friday 25 October

 

12:00 – Monty Python’s Life of Brian (Jones, 1979) 94 min

 

14:00 – The Seventh Seal (Bergman, 1957) 96 min

 

16:00 – Brazil (Gilliam, 1985) 132 min

 

18:30 – Apocalypse Now (Coppola, 1979) 153 min

 

Admission is Free and all films screened in EE 1026.

 

And watch this space for Worcester Week 2 Film Festival: Shakespeare on Film!!!!