Previously at the ICA - Seasons
15 Dec 2010 – 31 Dec 2010
Come out of the cold and spend a whole afternoon or evening at the movies. Delight in vintage gems from French New Wave romance on Wednesday, a vampire mash up of Dracula (1958) and Let The Right One In on Thursday and a geeky duo of Scott Pilgrim and The King of Kong on Christmas Eve.
From the unsettling to the uplifting, two very different heavy metal docs.
Haunting horror – the original cult classic from Japan, plus blockbuster scares from Steven Spielberg.
A monster mash-up, with some creepy critters on an asteroid followed by the original city-smashing superstar!
Marvel at the sensational special-effects in these two remarkable fantasies from the early days of cinema.
Two favourites of the French New Wave, one each from Rohmer and Truffaut.
A bite-night to remember, with Hammer’s original take on Count Dracula and a contemporary take on vampire mythology from Sweden.
Player 1 – a doc about coin-op classic Donkey Kong. Player 2 – Edgar Wright’s vivid, videogame inspired romantic-comedy.
Two of cinema’s most heartfelt examinations of family, from masters Vincente Minnelli and Yasujiro Ozu.
A pair of heart-warmers from the Highlands, with the charm coming courtesy of Powell & Pressburger and the wonderful Bill Forsyth.
Imaginative action for all the family, as Japanese sci-fi from the director of Godzilla meets Ray Harryhausen’s memorable creations.