Clameur Du Cinema's January screening is Aleksey Germain's Khrustalyov, My Car! (1998). Originally released in 1998 and presented here in a newly restored 4k scan, Khrustalyov, My Car! focuses on military doctor General Klenski who is arrested in Stalin’s Russia in 1953 during an anti–Semitic political campaign and accused of being a participant in a … Continue reading January Screening: Khrustalyov, My Car!
The next screening is American Animals (2018) on Wednesday 19 December 2018. Directed by Bart Layton this is the unbelievable but true story of four young men who brazenly attempt to execute one of the most audacious art heists in US history. Determined to live lives that are out of the ordinary, they formulate a … Continue reading December Screening: American Animals (2018)
From today onwards you are legally allowed to watch Xmas movies so why not watch Die Hard with ClameurDuCinema on GNetRadio?! Dig out your Die Hard DVD and join Wynter Tyson and special guest Lizzie Loveridge for a special 'watchalong' episode of Clameur Du Cinema at 7pm on Monday 3rd December. A 'watchawhat'? A 'watchalong'! … Continue reading Die Hard Watchalong on GNet Radio
There are too many films to screen so at every Clameur Du Cinéma screening we like to give away some movies that have a (maybe tenuous) connection to the film we are screening. This month's film is The Rider (2018), a drama in which the main cast are played by the people involved in the … Continue reading Win films at The Rider screening!
7pm, Wednesday 28 November 2018. Written and directed by Chloé Zhao, The Rider, based on the real experiences of it’s main cast, tells the story of a young cowboy’s search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America after a traumatic head injury. “Movies that blend real life and … Continue reading November Screening: The Rider (2018)
Join us for a Halloween double-bill of two brand new movies that hark back to the era of VHS. One is a horror inflected tech-thriller and the other is a (fairy)tale of evil cults starring one of the most prolific actors currently working. Both films are from solid film-makers who are responsible for some of … Continue reading Halloween Screening: “No Strings Attached”.
So, we had a serious case of the gremlins. On 4th July we were all set to screen Beast (2017) and a technical issue got in the way. Quite a decent one, but thankfully people who want to watch movies are also extremely generous and gracious. Here are the emails that were sent to all … Continue reading I’m Restarting A Film Night!
So, I've booked a venue, sorted three films and licensing, and chosen a name. I'm starting a film night. I've screened films before, and talk about them endlessly, but it's time to actually create a regular film night and share all the new, odd and interesting films that don't get a look in on Guernsey's … Continue reading I’m starting a film night!
I've seen Dune more times than I really should have. I've gone through phases with it and in 2013 I wrote the following... "Although not perfect (what film is?) it’s a great big, weird and ballsy piece of sci-fi. What really feels right is the savage nature of the world in which it’s set both … Continue reading Desert Warriors and The Problem with Dune (1984).