Friday 19th September 7pm
Mk Gallery MK9 3QA
***** ‘Cold exteriors and warm interiors combine in the Coen brothers’ rhapsodic portrait of a ’60s folk singer’ (Little White Lies) ***** ‘Beautiful, heartfelt and utterly enthralling.’ (Empire)
Friday 19th September 7pm
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Roger Kitchen introduce his documentary film compiled from collected footage of MK.
Friday 12 September 7.30pm
MK Gallery, 900 Midsummer Blvd, MK9 3QA
Tickets via Living Archive 01908 322568 e: email@example.com
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Station X: Sci Fi Event 19th, 20th and 21st September
‘Another meticulously stylish and deadpan Wes Anderson movie that walks the fine line between masterpiece and folly.’ Empire ****
Friday 5th September 7pm
Pre-book on 01908 676900
Dir. Wes Anderson / Cert. 15 / 100mins
Documentary about a runaway boy in Karachi
Friday 29 August 2014 7pm
MK Gallery, MK9 3QA
Dir Dir. Omar Mullick, Bassam Tariq / Cert. 12 / 71mins
Independent Cinema Milton Keynes (ICMK)
Independent Cinema MK brings a wider variety of film to a wider variety of people in the city.
We have two key priorities:
Audience and Programme Development
Encouraging and Supporting Filmmaking Talent
Our Vagabond Cinema project encapsulates the spirit, determination and creative energy of Independent Cinema MK. Vagabond uses unusual spaces to screen films; working with organisations and communities to create individually tailored events, which have stimulated regular film programme activity. In 2009 MK Community Foundation kindly seed-funded the project, leading to some significant outcomes for Milton Keynes.
This year alone ICMK recorded 3936 attendances at events, screened 96 films across Milton Keynes with 33 artists, filmmakers and musicians, 14 groups and 52 volunteers.
SCI-FI: Days of Fear and Wonder Independent Cinema MK is proud to be a part of one of the largest and most ambitious SCI-FI season ever created. A three-day Sci-Fi event that will take place at Bletchley Park on the weekend of 19- 21 September called Station X and series of 12 events called Don’t Panic! at MK Gallery exploring an amazing array of Science Fiction film. This event has been made possible by a significant investment from the British Film Institute’s (BFI) to help in developing regional audiences for film and cinema experience.
The BFI’s ambitious Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder is a UK-wide celebration of science fiction film and television. Station X forms one of the programme’s flagship events with others at Jodrell Bank Observatory, The Eden Project and the British Museum. #BFISciFi
Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder
Station X: A Giant Immersive Sci-Fi Weekend for all the Family Station X is a collaboration with Cambridge Film Trust who were successful in achieving funding from BFI’s Programme Development Fund to develop this large scale event. The event is supported by the BFI’s Central East Hub. Station X has been designed in collaboration with immersive cinema specialist Christian Mock.
Station X will take place at Bletchley Park, which will be transformed with light, sound and spacey art installations. It forms one of the flagship events for the BFI’s nationwide SCI-FI programme: Days of Fear and Wonder -with others at The British Museum, Eden Project and Jodrell Bank Observatory. Station X will be an opportunity to explore a wide range of Science Fiction film – a total of 18 feature films and special shorts programmes. There will be 5 screens, including an outdoor cinema and a special children’s cinema, workshops, science talks, space food, site tours. More information on the films to be screened where to buy your tickets will follow shortly.
DON’T PANIC! Sci-Fi events at MK Gallery’s Project Space in the Theatre District in Central Milton Keynes, MK9 3QA
DON’T PANIC! -12 consecutive, weekly special events, bringing together a programme exploring classic and modern SCI-FI film in collaboration with MK Gallery and supported by BFI Central East Hub.
Working with musicians, DJ’s, artists, filmmakers, workshop leaders and science lecturers, we will a bring a new enlivening film experience each week throughout the Autumn.
This newly curated season is intended to dovetail neatly with the planned large-scale 3-day Sci- Fi blockbuster weekend at Bletchley Park, which will kick off the DON’T PANIC! season at the Gallery.
Independent Cinema MK is a Registered Charity in England and Wales No. 1149744
Tickets priced £6/£4 conc. Unless otherwise stated
Stony Scala Film Club contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
MK Gallery Friday Film Nights Tel: (01908) 676900 http://www.mkgallery.org/events/friday_night_films/
The Open University Film Society every Wednesday term-time www.openfilmsociety.co.uk
Booking for all other Vagabond touring events or for further information please email: Ursula@ic-mk.org
Thank you to ICMK supporters