Cinema Speak Online Autumn 2020

Cinema Speak Online Autumn 2020

Audiences at home will have the chance to stream a film to watch, then talk about it together on a Zoom call.

Our online programme of events are free to watch and take part in. If you would like to support the work that we are doing to provide arts at home, while theatres across the country are closed, you can donate here.


Held on the video conferencing app Zoom, Marketing Officer and Cinema Speak programmer Ben Reynolds has brought the regular Cinema Speak meetings online. 

Audiences at home will have the chance to stream a film to watch, then talk about it together on a Zoom call. It's not quite the Cellar Bar, but it is proving to still be very enjoyable!


To join in, please book your free ticket through our website and the Zoom link will be emailed to you the day before the event. Please note there is limited capacity per call.

Films announced approx two weeks in advance to events.


Autumn 2020:

Tue 29 September - Perfect 10 (dir. Eva Riley) available on BFI player and Curzon Home Cinema

Tue 13 October - Monsoon (dir. Hong Khaou) available on BFI player and Curzon Home Cinema

NEXT UP:

Tue 27 October - A White, White Day (dir. Hlynur Pálmason) available on BFI player and Curzon Home Cinema 

Tue 10 November

Tue 24 November

Tue 8 December

Tue 22 December


Previous online Cinema Speak's:

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire (dir. Celine Sciamma)
  • The Truth (dir. Hirokazu Koreeda) 
  • The Assistant (dir. Kitty Green)
  • The County (dir. Grímur Hákonarson)
  • Parasite (dir. Bong Joon-Ho)
  • Never Rarely Sometimes Always (dir. Eliza Hittman) 
  • Waves (dir. Trey Edward Shults)
  • Perfect 10 (dir. Eva Riley) 
  • Monsoon (dir. Hong Khaou)

Book Tickets

When: 8pm

Where: Event held on Zoom. Please book your free ticket through our website and the Zoom link will be emailed to you the day before the event.

What: Friendly and informal post film chat

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