Listen to today’s interview with Paul Vater on the popularity of film in the UK and in particular a focus on local cinema’s like ours.
There was also mention of our education project working in partnership with St Michaels, Aylsham High School and Norwich University for the Arts (NUA). More details of this project will be published soon. We hope you will get involved with this as much as possible.
Listen to programme from 8:51
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This classic film, starring Monroe, Gable and Clift – is to be screened this Friday 24 June in Aylsham’s Town Hall presented by Aylshan Picture House. The Bar will be open from 6.30pm when the doors will open, with the main feature starting at 7.30pm.
All tickets are £5 and can be bought from Barnwell’s Newsagent in advance with some available on the door, subject to availability.
“… swansong for Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift and Clark Gable .. emotionally potent as ever” The Daily Telegraph
This will also be the last chance for you to vote for your favourite film to be screened in our next season. Here are the leading choices:
The Lady in the Van
Little Miss Sunshine
West Side Story
The Theory of Everything
Bridge of Spies
Secrets and Lies
Starring Clark Gable, Montgomery Clift, Marilyn Monroe, Eli Wallach and Thelma Ritter.
Our Next presentation at Aylsham Town Hall is the golden oldie and film classic “The Misfits” starring Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable and Montgomery Clift.
This is a newly remastered version of The Misfits – a classic Western, (or anti Western) with cowboys in pick-trucks, scratching a living doing odd jobs, and rounding up “misfit” wild horses. Breathtaking cinematography and powerful performances all round – not to be missed!
“… swansong for Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift and Clark Gable .. emotionally potent as ever”The Telegraph
Gay (Gable) meets Roslyn (Monroe), who has left her successful businessman husband in search of a meaningful relationship with someone who can relate to her idealistic notions. They hook up, and the cowboys and Monroe continue their pursuit of dead-end jobs throughout the west with Roslyn acting as their earth mother conscience, whist Miller explores the ennui of their listless characters. The mustang round up at the end of the film provides a symbolic conclusion.
The film became notable for being the last of Gable’s career (he died before it was released), Monroe’s difficulties with drugs during filming, and both she and Clift were to die within a few years if its completion.
We are in the process of programming the next six months of films at APH, and are excited about our Audience Choices. Some films have been suggested by audience members and one will be included in the next scheduled programme from September through to February 2017. To view the list under consideration, please go to Which Film ? – Audience Choice.