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LIVE AND BOOKING NOW: Rhythm & Views presents Saturday Night at the Movies 15th October – 5 Nov November 2022, at Picturehouse, West Norwood, London SE27 9JU. https://www.picturehouses.com/rhythmandviews
Inspiring Saturday night films with post-screening music & networking in our ‘chill out’ zone. Films below:
15th October 2022, 7pm
Studio 17: The Lost Reggae Tapes. The untold story of a treasure trove of reggae tapes salvaged from a leading studio – Randy’s Studio 17 – that helped to pioneer Jamaican music in its golden heydey. Jimmy Cliff, Maxi Priest, King Jammy, Levi Roots, etc. Plus, after the film, relax and listen to some classic reggae tunes in our chill out zone. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er5SlB5kS6U
22nd October 2022, 7pm
A Raisin in The Sun BHM tribute to the film’s star, SIDNEY POITIER. This classic, award-winning film is based on the story by the brilliant Lorraine Hansberry. A widow and her family are divided about how to spend a life-changing insurance payout. It also stars Ruby Dee, Claudia McNeil. (Dir. Daniel Petrie). Rating: PG Runtime: 2h Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMsnRzJdhew
29th October 2022, 7pm
TINA – Tina Turner Documentary “I’m a girl from the cotton field…who pulled herself above.” – Tina Turner. With a wealth of rare footage, audio tapes, personal photos, and new interviews – including with the singer herself – this revealing documentary presents ‘an unvarnished account of the life and career of music icon Tina Turner’. You are in for a treat. Directed by the makers of Searching for Sugarman, and Whitney. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9IkVtLvflU
5th November 2022, 7pm
Pirates Reggie Yates’ first feature is funny, clever and energetic. If you love ’90s music and club/DJ culture, this is not to be missed. Film to be introduced by Dexter ‘ Mula Cake’ Simms. Plus, post-screening ‘after party’: music and networking. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrWx5icYiGM
EARLY BIRD TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE: https://saturdaynightmovies.eventbrite.co.uk
Venue: West Norwood Picturehouse & Library, 1-7 Norwood Road, London SE27 9JU.
A Rhythm & Views and Black Stock Media Events presentation, supported by BFI Film Hub London. firstname.lastname@example.org
Promoting pop up events and community cinema for all!
Tributes to a pioneering actor, director & humanitarian.
12th March 2022 West Norwood Picturehouse & Library, 1-7 Norwood Road, London SE27 9JU. Time: 6pm – 8pm (Screen 4)
Book tickets: https: //sidneywithlove.eventbrite.co.uk
We’re showing this wonderful film in tribute to the late, pioneering Black actor, director, and humanitarian.
To Sir, With Love, (James Clavell, 1967), is a classic of its time and captures the sights, sentiments, music and culture of sixties London.
Poitier plays a qualified engineer who can’t get a job in that profession (it being the 1960s…), so has to settle for teaching rebellious students at a sink school in London’s east end. Is he out of his depth, or can his mild-mannered ways tame those wild ones?
(Cert. PG, running time: 1hr 45m).
OPTIONAL: fancy dress – dress up in sixties style or school uniform. Best outfit wins a prize!
Early bird tickets available!
LIVELY UP YOURSELF – CELEBRATING REGGAE ON FILM See film guide, support activities and pre-book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lively-up-yourself-celebrating-reggae-on-film-tickets-166520083051?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch
R&V’s The Beat Goes On! pop up events continue this summer with children’s drumming workshops in Southwark, London.
Summer drumming – we’ll have a blast, with workshops for SEN children at Pembroke House, Walworth, on 29th July, and a music day and picnic at Burgess Park on 12th August 2022. https://funtodrum.eventbrite.co.uk