Taxi Tehran (2015)

Taxi Tehran (2015)

Friday 26th February,
7.30pm
MK Gallery
“An antic countercultural pageant, in which fact and fiction play musical passenger seats.” (Financial Times)

The Lobster (2015)

The Lobster (2015)

Friday 19th February,
7.30pm
MK Gallery
“Appreciation for the sheer conceptual confidence of the film gathers momentum once you think back over it.” (Little White Lies)

Suffragette (2015)

Suffragette (2015)

Friday 12th February,
7.30pm
MK Gallery
“It is a thoroughly valuable and absorbing film, with some terrifically managed suspense sequences that might conceivably have been admired by Gillo Pontecorvo.” (The Guardian)

Station to Station (2015)

Station to Station (2015)

Friday 5th February,
7.30pm,
“Remarkably, given the disjointed structure, this film gels elegantly.” (The Times)

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict (2015)

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict (2015)

Friday 29th January, 7.30pm
MK Gallery
“This is an extraordinary story: I was on the edge of my seat.” (The Guardian)

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Vagabond Cinema

Vagabond Cinema

Our touring cinema project working with venues and organisations to bring exciting screening events across Milton Keynes.

About us

Independent Cinema Milton Keynes (ICMK)

Independent Cinema MK brings a wider variety of film to a wider variety of people in the city.

ICMK is based at MK Gallery in Central Milton Keynes developing the Friday Night Film Programme, its outreach and education projects.

We have two key priorities:

Audience and Programme Development

Encouraging and Supporting Filmmaking Talent

Vagabond Cinema

The Vagabond Cinema project encapsulates the spirit, determination and creative energy of Independent Cinema Milton Keynes. Vagabond uses unusual spaces to screen films; working with organisations and communities to create individually tailored events. These events have instigated regular film programmes in Wolverton, MK Gallery and in Stony Stratford.

In 2009 MK Community Foundation kindly seed-funded the project, leading to some significant outcomes for Milton Keynes. Last year ICMK recorded 3936 attendances at events, screened 96 films across Milton Keynes with 33 artists, filmmakers and musicians, 14 groups and 52 volunteers.

 

 

 

 

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Independent Cinema MK is a Registered Charity in England and Wales No. 1149744.


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Booking Information

We screen films with many different partners in many different locations and venues.  Please check each event for details of where to book a ticket.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of our funders and partners

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