Previously at the ICA - Seasons
20 Dec 2008 – 3 Jan 2009
We've bundled up a collection of evergreen favourites to keep you stocked up on classics over the Christmas period. Happy holidays!
Hitchcock's elegant spy thriller with Robert Donat. Mr Memory, fried haddock, saucy stockings and tense train journeys!
Back by popular demand, James Mason's tour of long-gone London, playing in a double bill with a free cinema classic.
"I've been so foolish. I've fallen in love. I'm an ordinary woman. I didn't think such violent things could happen to ordinary people."
The greatest Christmas movie of all time, taking you to terrible dark places and then back to weepy festive joy, with style and humour and about a million ever-quotable lines.
Bette Davis's finest hour, with a peerless script, Edith Head outfits and a glowing cameo from Marilyn Monroe.
After 66 years, this tale of romance, sacrifice and the great, smaller losses of war hits as hard as ever. And it's got a great song!
Ba-da ba-da dooooooo... Wah waaaaah waaah. Enjoy the double-crossing, cigar-chomping and tension-building, all underpinned by Morriccone's genius score in this uber-Western.