Archive for Category: "Cinema & Film"

18Mar
2012

Fantastic Mr Fox and Senna at Screen 17

Screen 17, Walthamstow’s microplex cinema, will be screening Fantastic Mr Fox and Senna during April. The screenings, at Orford House Social Club, are increasingly popular, and come with a host of offers.

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11Sep
2011

Screen 17: A Single Man

Screen 17, who describe themselves as a “local microplex cinema”, are showing the Tom Ford film ‘A Single Man’ on Thursday 15 September at their new pop-up cinema in Walthamstow Village.

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16Jun
2011

Screen 17 to bring cinema to Walthamstow

A new regular pop-up cinema has been launched in E17. Screen 17 will put on film screenings at the Orford Road Social Club, beginning with a Kids Club screening in July and launching evening cinema screenings from September.

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10Mar
2011

New Statesman article on the EMD cinema

Some of you will have already seen this, but in case you missed it, Ryan Gilbey has written a feature about the EMD cinema on the New Statesman culture blog. It’s a personal tribute to the building, and well worth a read. Find it here: http://www.newstatesman.com/blogs/cultural-capital/2011/03/cinema-walthamstow-emd-film

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1Feb
2011

Council petition on future of EMD cinema

Waltham Forest council have an electronic petition on their website on the future of the EMD cinema on Hoe Street. It is the first electronic petition run by Waltham Forest council, and has been added by Save Walthamstow Cinema. The petition refers to a planning application on the site. It puts the following statement: We the undersigned petition the council to reject the pending planning application to turn the EMD/Granada cinema into a church. We want the building to remain […]

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13Jan
2011

Film workshop on Tuesday

E17 Films are holding their next film workshop at Ye Olde Rose & Crown next Tuesday, 18 January. The workshop is on “Writing dialogue: making it authentic”. Liza Fletcher, Director of the Walthamstow International Film Festival, says “people of all levels are welcome to our film workshops – we just need students to come with enthusiasm for making films.” Entry to the workshop is £5, it starts at 8pm, more details are available here.

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