MAKING ART WORK

Sen5es Mystery movie night

 

Making Art Work invite you to a sensory film extravaganza.  

As a closing event to Sen5es exhibition our mystery film night will not only visually delight but will appeal to all your senses.

Saturday 26th November at The Bowerhouse, 20 Warwick Place, Maidstone, ME16 8SG

Arrival from 6.30pm. Film starts 7.30pm (film rating 15)

Tickets are £5.00 including refreshments.  Booking via Eventbrite

Please note the mystery film is certificate 15 and the organisers will be unable to admit any persons under this age .

 

 

 

 

 

FREE FILM SCREENING: Bob & Roberta Smith documentary by talented director John Rogers – 27th Nov 2014

Make Your Own Damn Art is a feature documentary about artist Bob and Roberta Smith, by John Rogers.

Director John Rogers says: ‘The film follows Bob over the course of three years from Leytonstone to Brooklyn, Walsall to Ramsgate. It was screened in the Summer of 2012 when London was enveloped in the madness of the London Olympics – which is apt as Bob designed a poster for the Paralympic Games.’

A Q&A with the director John Rogers follows the screening.
http://makeyourowndamnfilm.com/
http://bobandrobertasmith.co.uk/

27th November – 6:00pm to 8:00pm.
FREE entry.
Over 12′s accompanied by parent/guardian.

Reserve a seat through eventbrite http://latescreening.eventbrite.co.uk or email events@makingart-work.co.uk.

http://makeyourowndamnfilm.com/

http://bobandrobertasmith.co.uk/

Open Projector Night

Exhibition: Open Projector Night, July 2013, Maidstone

A programme of short artist films on a wide range of topics chosen by open submission

Filmmakers included: Bob Wilson, Siobhan Mcmanmon, Adam de la Cour, Debbie Humm, Karen Crosby, Claire Manning, Ben Hunt and Sharon McElroy, Angela Wooi

Claire Manning, ‘To Slice n.02 movie stills’; a still from the film

 

SHIFT Film Night – The Company of Wolves

Film screening: The Company of Wolves, The Bowerhouse, Maidstone, October 2013

Directed by Neil Jordan in 1984, The Company of Wolves (certificate 18) is an adult re-telling of the classic Little Red Riding Hood story and the fables of Werewolves adapted from a series of short stories by Anglea Carter.

Staring Angela Lansbury as Granny.

This film was nominated for four BAFTA Awards, Best Costume, Best Make Up Artist, Best Special Effects and Best Production.

Image courtesy ITV/Park Circus

Image courtesy ITV/Park Circus.