“By speaking to our regular filmgoers we have now got a very good idea of what they want to see,” says Liz Buchanan, who heads the GalleryFilm team. “Last season was pretty dark, this time […]
‘At the last showing we had to send people home, the auditorium was packed as much as the law permits. There were quite a few disappointed faces as we had to turn them down.’ Liz […]
“We aim to give our discerning audience films from classic world cinema, films that will not be seen repeatedly on the television screens or on the big commercial chains. This year we have gone for […]
Tintin might be the world’s favourite young reporter but in actuality he has now reached the respectable age of 83 years. He was born 10 January 1929 and his “father”, the Belgian artist Georges Remi, […]
GalleryFilm has been going for some seven years and has become a meeting point for people who are interested in films but not in the popcorn chomping and fizzy drink slurping which tend to take […]
In the profoundly moving first film of the Three Colours Trilogy, Binoche gives a tour de force performance as Julie, a woman reeling from the tragic deaths of her husband and young daughter who attempts to free herself from the past. Shot in icily gorgeous tones and set to an extraordinary operatic score, Blue is an overwhelming sensory experience.
Monday 16 January 7 for 7.45pm
Poisonous snakes, filthy water, a diet of whisky and a leading lady throwing up between takes . . . in this interview by Steve Rose for the Guardian, Anjelica Huston reveals how her father filmed his classic, The African Queen, which can be seen at Dulwich Picture Gallery on 10 October and is introduced by Steve Rose.
GalleryFilm, the film club of Dulwich Picture Gallery has won an award for innovation at the British Federation of Film Society’s‘Film Society of the Year Awards’ The Jim Dempster Award for Innovation is described as […]