Pls RT – Full details #BeckBromFL tweet-up Wed 10 Sept 7.30pm – why you should come & join us…

Come and socialise with other local bizzes – the FILMBOX team are delighted to be hosting the next local business tweet up on Wed 10 September 2014 from 7.30-9.45pm, together with local biz owners Hossen Solim (https://twitter.com/HossSolimand Ben Pollard (https://twitter.com/DryIceuk) – a great chance to put faces to tweets, promote your business and relax  – plus some added extras, in true FILMBOX style, to make the evening special. Becs (https://twitter.com/becsj76) from Auntie’s Cupcakes (aunties-cupcakes@hotmail.co.uk) will be providing some complimentary snacks for the evening!

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Tickets only £10 (to cover venue hire and Ticket Source booking fee – also includes your entry in a raffle for Chapel Down sparkling wines and other goodies!). FREE parking. Very competitively priced pay bar (eg Peroni and small bottles of wine only £3) – large bottles of wine and Prosecco available too, with a good range of soft drinks (fully licensed).

BOOK TICKETS HERE (strictly limited – we pay the online booking fee for you): http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

Award-winning local professional film-maker, PJ Harling (https://twitter.com/pjharling), will also be introducing one of his recent short films, ‘FARE’ – a deliciously wicked thriller based in the City – http://www.kettlefishproductions.co.uk 

   

RAFFLE PRIZES kindly donated by:

1st Prize: A voucher for a free ‘Introduction to Breadmaking course’ (worth £119) from Harrington’s @HarringtonInfo

2nd Prize: 2 cinema tickets and a bottle of Chapel Down sparkling wine (from Tenterten, Kent) (package worth £43) from FILMBOX Community Cinema

3rd Prize: Holwood Farm Shop @HolwoodFarm – a £20 voucher for goodies at their award-winning shop and deli.

BOOK TICKETS HERE (strictly limited – we pay the online booking fee for you): http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

FILMBOX Community Cinema is a not for profit business run by volunteers, based at the amazing new campus at Langley Park School for Boys, South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 3BP.

Contact us by email if any queries or to be added to our email list: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

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Pls RT – Full details #BeckBromFL tweet-up Wed 10 Sept 7.30pm – why you should come & join us…

Come and socialise with other local bizzes – the FILMBOX team are delighted to be hosting the next local business tweet up on Wed 10 September 2014 from 7.30-9.45pm, together with local biz owners Hossen Solim (https://twitter.com/HossSolimand Ben Pollard (https://twitter.com/DryIceuk) – a great chance to put faces to tweets, promote your business and relax  – plus some added extras, in true FILMBOX style, to make the evening special. Becs (https://twitter.com/becsj76) from Auntie’s Cupcakes (aunties-cupcakes@hotmail.co.uk) will be providing some complimentary snacks for the evening!

tweetup

Tickets only £10 (to cover venue hire and Ticket Source booking fee – also includes your entry in a raffle for Chapel Down sparkling wines and other goodies!). FREE parking. Very competitively priced pay bar (eg Peroni and small bottles of wine only £3) – large bottles of wine and Prosecco available too, with a good range of soft drinks (fully licensed).

BOOK TICKETS HERE (strictly limited – we pay the online booking fee for you): http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

Award-winning local professional film-maker, PJ Harling (https://twitter.com/pjharling), will also be introducing one of his recent short films, ‘FARE’ – a deliciously wicked thriller based in the City – http://www.kettlefishproductions.co.uk 

   

RAFFLE PRIZES kindly donated by:

1st Prize: A voucher for a free ‘Introduction to Breadmaking course’ (worth £119) from Harrington’s @HarringtonInfo

2nd Prize: 2 cinema tickets and a bottle of Chapel Down sparkling wine (from Tenterten, Kent) (package worth £43) from FILMBOX Community Cinema

3rd Prize: Holwood Farm Shop @HolwoodFarm – a £20 voucher for goodies at their award-winning shop and deli.

BOOK TICKETS HERE (strictly limited – we pay the online booking fee for you): http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

FILMBOX Community Cinema is a not for profit business run by volunteers, based at the amazing new campus at Langley Park School for Boys, South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 3BP.

Contact us by email if any queries or to be added to our email list: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

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Connect with #BeckBromFL business/community ventures/sole traders at our tweet-up 10 Sept. Booking now open, full details in link.

Never been to a tweet-up? Neither have we! So the FILMBOX team are delighted to be hosting the next local business tweet up on Wed 10 September 2014, from 7.30-9.45pm, together with local biz owners Hossen Solim (https://twitter.com/HossSolimand Ben Pollard (https://twitter.com/DryIceuk) – a great chance to put faces to tweets, promote your business, fine out about other business and services and relax  – plus some added extras, in true FILMBOX style, to make the evening special.

tweetup

Tickets only £10 (to cover venue hire and Ticket Source booking fee – also includes your entry in a raffle for Chapel Down sparkling wines and other goodies!). FREE parking. Very competitively priced pay bar (eg Peroni and small bottles of wine only £3) – large bottles of wine and Prosecco available too, with a good range of soft drinks (fully licensed). We’ll be announcing which local food businesses will be providing complimentary snacks for the evening very soon.

BOOK TICKETS HERE (strictly limited – we pay the online booking fee for you): http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

Award-winning local professional film-maker, PJ Harling (https://twitter.com/pjharling), will also be introducing one of his recent short films, ‘FARE’ – a deliciously wicked thriller based in the City – http://www.kettlefishproductions.co.uk 

   

Join us at our 2nd Birthday Film Festival on Sat 27 September 2014 – FOUR GREAT FILMS! FREE to Filmbox members and only £2 per ticket to non-members.

New membership package out very soon!

FILMBOX Community Cinema is a not for profit business run by volunteers, based at the amazing new campus at Langley Park School for Boys, South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 3BP.

Contact us by email if any queries or to be added to our email list: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

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#BeckBromFL tweet-up at FILMBOX 10 Sept, full details here! Book now strictly limited offer so don’t miss out!

Never been to a tweet-up? Neither have we! So the FILMBOX team are delighted to be hosting the next local business tweet up on Wed 10 September 2014, from 7.30-9.45pm, together with local biz owners Hossen Solim (https://twitter.com/HossSolimand Ben Pollard (https://twitter.com/DryIceuk) – a great chance to put faces to tweets, promote your business and relax  – plus some added extras, in true FILMBOX style, to make the evening special.

tweetup

Tickets only £10 (to cover venue hire and Ticket Source booking fee – also includes your entry in a raffle for Chapel Down sparkling wines and other goodies!). FREE parking. Very competitively priced pay bar (eg Peroni and small bottles of wine only £3) – large bottles of wine and Prosecco available too, with a good range of soft drinks (fully licensed). We’ll be announcing which local food businesses will be providing complimentary snacks for the evening very soon.

BOOK TICKETS HERE (strictly limited – we pay the online booking fee for you): http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

Award-winning local professional film-maker, PJ Harling (https://twitter.com/pjharling), will also be introducing one of his recent short films, ‘FARE’ – a deliciously wicked thriller based in the City – http://www.kettlefishproductions.co.uk 

   

Join us at our 2nd Birthday Film Festival on Sat 27 September 2014 – FOUR GREAT FILMS! FREE to Filmbox members and only £2 per ticket to non-members.

New membership package out very soon!

FILMBOX Community Cinema is a not for profit business run by volunteers, based at the amazing new campus at Langley Park School for Boys, South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 3BP.

Contact us by email if any queries or to be added to our email list: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

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Pursue a passion for film – go on a SE London community cinema crawl!

If you like independent and community cinemas, as well as FILMBOX and our upcoming 1st Birthday Film Festival 26-29 September*, there’s lots to enjoy in South East London.

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Free Film Festival – Burgess Park Outdoor Cinema 30 & 31 August

http://www.freefilmfestivals.org/whats-on/burgess-park.html

Free Film Festival – Peckham & Nunhead 5-15 September with 30 FREE events!

http://www.freefilmfestivals.org/whats-on/free-films-in-peckham/categoryevents/12.html

*A big THANK YOU to FFF for supplying the equipment and projection services for our FREE outdoor screening of ‘Mamma Mia – Singalong’ on Sat 28 Sep at 8pm. As an alternative we’ll be showing ‘Seven Psychopaths’ simultaneously in Studio 609 for non-‘Mamma Mia’ fans!

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SE London Film Network – this superb website and social media support by Angie Macdonald shows just how vibrant the community and ‘pop-up’ cinema scene is in SE London – many have great bars and food on sale so do try them out and support independent local cinema wherever you find it.

http://selondonfilmclubs.wordpress.com/

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Save the David Lean Cinema – https://www.facebook.com/LeanCampaign

That Croydon Council saw fit to mothball this great little independent cinema , before seeing if another model was fit for purpose, ie ‘non-profit’, seemed short-sighted at best and now a campaign has been running for the past 2 years to try to get it re-opened in its original location and the campaign group shows films in The Spread Eagle pub just around the corner from the Croydon Clocktower.

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World cinema at Ripley Arts – http://www.bromleyarts.com/category/world-cinema/

In the Sundridge Park area of Bromley, the Ripley Arts centre has a monthly World cinema programme which shows a super range of thought-provoking films, on Tuesdays, so please support them. We remain very grateful to Bromley Arts Council for their assistance with our free launch event.

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Film Music

On a different but film-related tack, here’s a concert recommendation from one of our FILMBOX patrons:

Last night I went to the Royal Albert Hall to hear the marvellous John Wilson orchestra in the “Hollywood Rhapsody Prom” featuring many of the composers who scored non-musical pictures from the 1930s to the 1960s. One of the scores featured was “Psycho” and I thought that you might like to alert your  recent “Psycho”FILMBOX patrons to the fact that this prom is being televised next Friday 30th August at 7.30p.m. on BBC4 so that they can enjoy hearing a fantantastic 90 strong orchestra performing, inter alia, the “Psycho” suite for strings.The Albert Hall was packed out for a wonderful concert. John Wilson, still in his early 40s, has single-handledly arranged the music of  many MGM and Warner Brothers’ musical films and has a massive following of people of all ages who just love to hear his orchestra perform.’ C.W.

Thanks Christine for your super recommendation and we’d love to have more content from our FILMBOX patrons so please feel free to email us and we’ll post it – also you are very welcome to  comment on our posts.

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UCL Research into 1960s cinema 

UCL is currently engaged in researching  people’s memories of cinema-going in the 1960s, if this includes you, please use this link to record your memories: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/cinemamemories

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