GalleryFilm are screening Motorcycle Diaries (Los Diarios de Motocicleta) directed by Walter Salles on Monday 27th September. A road movie to equal Easy Rider, Motorcycle Diaries gives us the ‘back story’ to Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara [...]
A great gathering of some three hundred enthusiastic film-goers crowded into the garden of the Dulwich Picture Gallery on Bank Holiday Monday for an evening of dressing up, hairdressing, dancing and picnicking to watch the [...]
“People who are different, their time is coming.” – Tracy Turnblad Anthropologists now divide humanity into two basic categories: those who love the 2007 musical comedy Hairspray, and those who have never heard of it. [...]
Days of Heaven (1978, PG, 95 mins) is one of the most beautiful and unusual American films of the 1970s writes David Grey. And this is a rare chance to see it on the big [...]
Days of Heaven (1978, PG, 95 mins) is one of the most beautiful and unusual American films of the 1970s writes David Grey. And this is a rare chance to see it on the big screen at Dulwich Picture Gallery thanks to GalleryFilm.
* Monday 19 July 7.15 for 7.45pm
Are you free this Monday, 21 July? Dulwich Picture Gallery’s GalleryFilm is offering a special deal to DOV readers. 2 tickets for the price on one full price at Monday’s screening of Spinal Tap.
Read Bella’s article on this hilarious Brit movie, check out the trailer and your diary, and ring 020 8299 8750 quoting ‘DOV Deal’ to get 2 tickets for £8.
If you arrive at 7.15 you will get free wine/beer and mini hamburgers courtesy of Gourmet Burger in East Dulwich!
“This Is Spinal Tap” is the funniest film ever made, according to Ben Falk writing on BBC Movies webpage. GalleryFilm are screening this rockumentary on Monday 21 June. Without this film we may never have had The Office, The Thick of It or even the Simpsons or Family Guy – such is its trail blazing script and performances.
GalleryFilm are screening the outstanding film Ladri di biciclette or The Bicycle Thieves directed by Vittorio de Sica in 1948. If you came to see Satyajit Ray’s classic Pather Panchali (1955) in November last year [...]