Weekend of FILM

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T U L L I E H O U S E P R E S E N T S

Weekend

Film Screenings

of FILM

FRIDAY 23 - SUNDAY 25

OCTOBER 2015

A weekend devoted to bringing the best in

independent, alternative and world cinema

screenings to Carlisle.

For more information and to book tickets, please contact our

box office on 01228 618700 or visit www.tulliehouse.co.uk

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Trust

Castle Street, Carlisle CA3 8TP

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WELCOME

EVENTS HAPPENING

ACROSS THE WEEKEND

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Trust are delighted to be celebrating a second

Weekend of Film. Over three days some of the best and most recent independent,

alternative and foreign language films and documentaries will be screened in the

museum with cast and crew taking questions following select screenings.

The Film Lounge will again be a central hub for eating, drinking and discussing

all things film. Drop by over the weekend for music and the Sunday evening film

quiz, A Quiz Called Wanda.

The Weekend of Film this year is being supported by a Crowdfunder campaign.

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STOP MOTION

ANIMATION

DROP INS

Animator Robin Webb returns to this year’s

Weekend of Film delivering Stop Motion

animation drop-ins suitable for everyone. Create

your own characters from clay and learn how to

animate them and make your own short film.

The drop in will be open from 1pm until 4pm

on Saturday and Sunday, no need to book, £1

per person, under 5s FREE.

MOBILE

MOVIE

CHALLENGE

in association with

New for 2015, the Weekend of Film will

also open the doors to budding film makers

with the Mobile Movie Challenge.

THE FILM LOUNGE

The Film Lounge returns for this year’s

Weekend of Film, providing a great place

to meet like minded film fans and filmmakers.

A special Weekend of Film small plates

menu will be available from late afternoon

into the evening.

The Film Lounge is a great place to catch up

with friends before and after the film, discover

new friends, or meet some special guests and

film makers for discussions on film.

Entry is free, so drop in over the weekend to

find out more about the screenings taking place.

Open from 6pm on Friday,

Open from 12.30pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Food served 6pm – 7.30pm on Friday,

4pm – 7.30pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Student filmmakers will mentor groups of three

or more to create a short film from scratch,

using no more than a smart phone and laptop.

The challenge is open to everyone aged 16 years

and above. To register interest and get more

information contact eloise.stott@tulliehouse.org

Sign up for the Mobile Movie Challenge at

6.30pm on Friday 23 October with the films

being screened at 6pm on Sunday 25 October.


FRIDAY 23 OCTOBER

OPENING NIGHT HEADLINER

Join us from 6pm to celebrate the opening of the Weekend of Film

in The Film Lounge, followed by a screening of Amy.

There’ll be music, a complimentary drink for the first through the door

and the Weekend of Film food menu will be being served.

A perfect opportunity to unwind, get your film head on and find out all the latest

details of what’s happening over the weekend, followed by our first screening.

SATURDAY 24 OCTOBER

SATURDAY

NIGHT

HEADLINER

8pm

Addicted to Sheep (PG)

Dir. Magali Pettier, UK, 2015, 86 mins

Documentary following a tenant hill farmer and

his family in the North Pennines working to

breed the perfect sheep.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with

director Magali Pettier.

Tickets: £8 (£7 concession)

MAIN SCREEN, LECTURE THEATRE

8pm

Amy (15)

Dir. Asif Kapadia, UK,

2015, 128 mins

Documentary featuring unseen archive footage

and unheard tracks from Amy Winehouse, telling

the story of Amy Winehouse in her own words.

Tickets: £8 (£7 Concessions) including opening

night and screening

SUNDAY 25 OCTOBER

SUNDAY NIGHT

HEADLINER

8pm

Blood Cells (15)

Dir. Joseph Bull, UK, 2014, 86 mins

10 years after the Foot and Mouth crisis destroyed

the family farm, an exiled young man must return

home, taking a revelatory journey through a

battered and broken Britain.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with

the film’s writer Ben Young.

Tickets: £8 (£7 concessions)

MAIN SCREEN, LECTURE THEATRE

1pm

Kumiko,

the Treasure

Hunter (12)

Dir. David Zellner, USA,

2014, 105 mins

Kumiko is jaded by her life in

Japan, when she discovers a

hidden copy of the Cohen

brothers’ classic Fargo she sets

off to American to find the

treasure it promises.

Some Japanese with English subtitles

Tickets: £5.50 (£5 concession)

3pm

White God (15)

Dir. Kornél Mundruczó,

Hungary, 2014, 121 mins

Thirteen year old Lili is

devastated when her father

sets her dog Hagen free on the

streets and sets out to save him.

Hungarian with English subtitles

Tickets: £5.50 (£5 concession)

5.30pm

Convenience (15)

Dir. Keri Collins, UK,

2015, 87 mins

Best friends Ajay and Shaan

attempt to rob a petrol station

to clear a debt owed to some

Russian gangsters. Things don’t

go to plan and they disguise

themselves as workers and

wait it out… with outrageous

consequences.

Tickets: £5.50 (£5 concession)

SECOND SCREEN, BORDER GALLERIES

12pm

The Wonders (15)

Dir. Alice Rohrwacher, Italy,

2014, 110 mins

Gelsomina and her family live

to a strict way of life on their

isolated farm, until one summer

a television competition arrives

and the rules begin to bend and

break.

Italian, French and German with

English subtitles

Tickets: £5.50 (£5 concession)

2.15pm

The Divide

(unrated)

Dir. Katharine Round, UK,

2014, 74 mins.

Documentary follows seven

characters battling with the

consequences of the rising

gap between the rich and the

poor, exploring how economic

inequality creates social division

and personal anxiety.

The screening will be followed

by a Q&A with director

Katharine Round.

Tickets: £5.50 (£5 concession)

4.30pm

Bypass (15)

Dir. Duane Hopkins, UK,

2014, 105 mins

Tim is a young man trying

to provide for his family in a

deprived community in North

East England, whilst he is trying

to be good circumstances force

him to take another track.

The screening will be followed

by a Q&A with producer

Samm Haillay

Tickets: £5.50 (£5 concession)

SECOND SCREEN, BORDER GALLERIES

6pm

Catch me Daddy (15)

Dir. Daniel Wolfe, UK, 2014, 112 mins

Laila and Aaron are on the run from her family,

fleeing through West Yorkshire when her brother

shows up with a gang of thugs in tow.

Tickets: £5.50 (£5 concession)

8.15pm

The Tribe (18)

Dir. Miroslav Slaboshipitsky,

Ukraine, 2014, 132 mins

A deaf teenager joins a boarding school and soon

realises that to fit in and survive he must become

part of an organised crime hierarchy that rules the

school.

Sign language without subtitles

NB: This film includes scenes that some viewers

may find distressing covering themes of rape,

prostitution and abortion.

Tickets: £5.50 (£5 concession)

To book tickets call our Box Office on 01228 618700 or book online at

www.tulliehouse.co.uk. Booking fees apply to tickets purchased online. Book

our exclusive ‘Golden Ticket’ from www.crowdfunder.co.uk/weekend-of-film

Join in the conversation #WeekendofFilm

MOBILE

MOVIE

CHALLENGE

6pm

Mobile Movie Challenge

Teams of filmmakers were tasked with writing,

shooting and editing a film over the weekend,

using just a mobile device and laptop. Join us for

this screening to see the results and have your say

on who wins.

Tickets: £2 (£1.50 concessions)

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7pm

A Quiz Called Wanda

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Free. No booking required.

8pm

Make More Noise!

Suffragettes in Silent Film

(unrated)

Dirs. Various, UK, 1899-1917, 80 mins

A compilation of silent film footage from the

BFI archive featuring comedy, newsreels and

documentary to give an insight into the early

20th century struggle for women’s suffrage.

The compilation is held together by a specially

commissioned score by composer Lillian Henley.

Tickets: £5.50 (£5 concessions)

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Join us on Sunday evening in the Film Lounge for the return of

A Quiz called Wanda. Test your film trivia with a team of friends

for a chance to win tickets and a goodie bag of film prizes.

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FILMS AT A GLANCE

FRIDAY 23 OCTOBER

6pm

SATURDAY 24 OCTOBER

Main Screen, Lecture Theatre

1pm Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter (12)

3pm White God (15)

5.30pm Convenience (15)

8.00pm

Saturday Night Headliner: Addicted to Sheep (PG)

Screen Two, Border Galleries

6pm Catch me Daddy (15)

8.15pm The Tribe (18)

SUNDAY 25 OCTOBER

Main Screen, Lecture Theatre

12pm The Wonders (15)

2.15pm

The Divide (Unrated)

4.30pm Bypass (15)

8pm Blood Cells (15)

Screen Two, Border Galleries

6pm

8pm

Opening night: The Film Lounge opens

8pm Friday Night Headliner: Amy (15)

Mobile Movie Challenge

Make More Noise! Suffragettes in Silent Film (Unrated)

To book tickets call our Box Office on 01228 618700 or book online at

www.tulliehouse.co.uk. Booking fees apply to tickets purchased online. Book

our exclusive ‘Golden Ticket’ from www.crowdfunder.co.uk/weekend-of-film

Join in the conversation #WeekendofFilm

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