Join us for a trio of double bills on Sunday afternoons, celebrating the very best in cinema from across the decades. This time around we pair two films, one from (and very much of) a particular decade, and the other shot more recently but set in that decade.
Sunday 17 June: 1970s
Iconic oddball romantic '70s classic HAROLD AND MAUDE twinned with Cameron Crowe's nostalgic vision of '70s rock and rolll on the road in ALMOST FAMOUS. It's all happening.
Sunday 1 July: 1980s
WALL STREET (1987) + AMERICAN PSYCHO (2000)
Oliver Stone's dark '80s tale of ruthless stock traders, brutal capitalism and massive phones, followed by Mary Harron's brilliantly funny adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' seminal yuppy satire AMERICAN PSYCHO.