Capital Celluloid 2013 - Day 186: Fri Jul 5


1 A Field in England (Wheatley, 2013): Curzon Soho, ICA Cinema, Ritzy and Hackney Picturehouses

The much anticipated release of Ben Wheatley's new production is going to be quite an event with film fans able to see the movie at the cinema, via home media, video on demand and on television via Film 4 (at 10.45pm). You can even buy it on Blu-Ray or DVD. Charles Gant has written about this innovative form of release in the July edition of the cinema magazine Sight & Sound.

You can see all the details of how you can see the film via the website page here.

Here is the trailer.


2 We Are The Freaks (Edgar, 2013): Genesis Cinema, 6.30pm

This movie screens as part of the East End Film Festival, which runs from June 25 to July 10. Here are the details of the full programme.

This is the East End Film Festival introduction: A funny, moving and timely portrait of youthful hopelessness in the late Thatcher years. Justin Edgar’s witty drama sees Jack, who dreams of escaping his unfulfilling factory job, meet the talented, well to do Elinor. Heading off on a journey into the night, they pick up two eccentric friends and come into contact with rave culture, youthful rebellion and dangerous drug dealers. This is a punchy evocation of a dying counterculture, featuring a brilliant contemporary soundtrack and a roll call of recognisable faces from Skins and This Is England.

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