After a long farewell spread out over three years, it seems Brexit will finally happen on 31 January 2020. But before we wave goodbye to our British friends, we will continue our series Anarchy in the UK, a series of typically British film screenings in de Doelen Studio on three Sunday afternoons in January.
The screenings start around 15:00 hours, but you are welcome from 14:00 for a nice cup of tea (with or without milk), some biscuits and a beer. Let’s raise our glasses to the United Kingdom and its pop music, literature, art, humor, TV and of course, films.
Sunday 5 January
Julien Temple, 1986, United Kingdom, 108’
Based on Colin McCinnes's book about the turbulent love between a photographer and model in the UK in the late 1950s. A cult classic about the beginning of 'Swinging London', with Patsy Kensit, David Bowie and James Fox. Soundtrack by Style Council, David Bowie, Ray Davis and Sade, among others.
Sunday 12 January
Grayson Perry’s Double Bill: Why Men Wear Frocks & Spare Time
Neil Crombie, 2012, United Kingdom, 100’
TV series in which artist Grayson Perry, National Treasure and Winner of the Turner Prize, researches transvestism and leisure in Britain in his own unique way. A Channel 4 production.
Sunday 19 January
This is England
Shane Meadows, 2007, United Kingdom, 102’
An 11-year-old boy in the north of England during the summer of 1983 ends up in the skinhead scene, the youth subculture with West Indian roots that was later adopted by the far right. With a great soundtrack by Toots & The Maytals, Dexys Midnight Runners and The Specials.
Tickets €5, walk-in 14:00
de Doelen Studio, Schouwburgplein 50, 3012 CL Rotterdam
Or call 010 217 17 17 or visit the box office in de Doelen.
This screening is part of IFFR Travelling Cinema.