You’ve got a chance to vote for the film you’d most like to see at the Pop up Screens SUBTITLED cinema screening on Saturday 25th August in Waterlow Park in Camden, London (doors 7pm, film starts 8.30pm).
This event is hot on the heels of Secret Cinema which saw a packed house of 150 cinema goers there just to see a subtitled screening of Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’.
You can vote here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DGX3HZH
Here’s a reminder of the films on offer:
Labyrinth 15-year-old Sarah accidentally wishes her baby half-brother, Toby, away to the Goblin King Jareth who will keep Toby if Sarah does not complete his Labyrinth in 13 hours. (1996)
Anchorman Ron Burgundy is San Diego’s top rated newsman in the male dominated broadcasting of the 1970’s, but that’s all about to change when a new female employee with ambition to burn arrives in his office. (2004)
Fight Club An insomniac office worker and a devil-may-care soap maker form an underground fight club that transforms into a violent revolution. Staring Bratt Pitt, Edward Norton and Helen Bonhan Carter. (1999)
Leon A professional assassin rescues a teenage girl whose parents were killed in a police raid. Jean Reno, Gary Oldman and Natilie Protman (1994)
Ghostbusters Three unemployed parapsychology professors set up shop as a unique ghost removal service. Staring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Sigourney Weaver. (1984)
The following haven’t been shown yet by Pop up Screens:
Groundhog Day: A weatherman finds himself living the same day over and over again. Staring Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell (1993)
The Truman Show Jim Carry An insurance salesman/adjuster discovers his entire life is actually a TV show. (1998)
Batman Begins Bruce Wayne loses his philanthropic parents to a senseless crime, and years later becomes the Batman to save the crime-ridden Gotham City on the verge of destruction by an ancient order. Staring Christian Bale and Michael Caine 2005)
The Dark Knight When Batman, Gordon and Harvey Dent launch an assault on the mob, they let the clown out of the box, the Joker, bent on turning Gotham on itself and bringing any heroes down to his level. Staring Christian Bale and Heath Ledger. (2008)