This is a hand-size catalogue published and distributed by Exeter Picturehouse to show the screenings from 27th October to 7th December in 2017. A poster of film "Murder on the oriental express" (Branagh, 2017) is featured on the cover, followed by "Call me by your name" (Guadagnino, 2017). Introductions of films that were screened are included, namely "The Death of Stalin", "Breathe", "Murder on the Oriental Express", "Call me by your name", "The Killing of a Sacred Deer", "Paddington 2", "Films star don't die in Liverpool", "Suburbicon", "Battle of the Sexes", "The Disaster Artist". On page 13, features a screening and panel discussion of a documentary called "Brexitannia" (Kelly, 2017). Next, the section of "The Enchanted Screen", focuses on folk and fairytale films, including "The Red shoes" by Powell and Pressburger, "Edward Scissorhands", and animation films such as "Shrek" and "The Tale of Princess Kaguya". The following "Discover Tuesday" section introduces films from different parts of the world, such as "Perfect Blue" (Kon 1997) from Japan and "Hotel Salvation" (Bhutiani 2016) from India. "Vintage Sunday" introduces films with a vintage theme such as French adaptation of Beauty and the beast, "La Belle Et La Bete" (Cocteau, 1946) and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (Hughes, 1986). "Culture shock" includes films "Predator" (McTiernan, 1987), David Bowie starred "Labyrinth" (Henson, 1986), and the notorious Fritz Lang's film "Metropolis" (1927). "Screen Arts" section features Live and Encore of stage performances of "Hamlet" (performance by Benedict Cumberbatch), "The Nutcracker", etc. The section also shows an onscreen interview with David Hockney. Introduction of the clubs and activities available at the cinema are also included.

Item number 93214
Category Catalogue
Type Cinema Publicity
Language English
Country of origin Britain