Every other Tuesday, for the last three years, we’ve shown films upstairs at the Lord Palmerston on Dartmouth Park Hill. And tomorrow (14th July) we reach our century with Woody Allen’s brilliant 1992 film, Husbands and Wives.
Each movie we show is somehow connected to the previous one screened; a perpetual double bill, if you like. After each screening the audience votes between three films linked to the one they’ve just watched to decide what we show next time.
We’ve had highs (last month Wicker Man director Robin Hardy did a wonderful Q&A with our members as part of our tribute to Christopher Lee). And a few lows (the less said about Brigadoon the better). But watching films with an audience is always a wonderful experience, so looking back on our first hundred screenings, these are the ones we’ve most enjoyed.
Intrigued? Nigel and Wayne show films like these at Tufnell Park Film Club upstairs at The Lord Palmerston, 33 Dartmouth Park Hill, every other Tuesday. Next showing tomorrow, 14th July (Husbands & Wives). More information here. Read Nigel Smith’s lost history of Kentish Town’s cinemas here.