Hadleigh Art Trail presents screenings by Kingsway Community Cinema

Hadleigh Art Trail presents screenings by Kingsway Community Cinema
8th October

Hadleigh Old Fire Station will be transformed into a pop-up cinema with an exciting programme of film screenings celebrating the regional and international legacy from London 2012 which underpins the existence of this arts, community and cultural facility in Hadleigh, Essex. The original Kingsway Cinema, Hadleigh closed its doors in 1970, There are currently no cinemas in mainland Castle Point. Hadleigh Old Fire Station (HOFS) now features a ‘big screen’ situated in the Appliance Hall, a stone’s throw from the site of the much-loved cinema, now occupied by Morrisons supermarket.

Kingsway Community Cinema is presented in association with Hadleigh Art Trail and is made possible with funding from Essex County Council Culture in Essex Small Grant Award. For more information on any of the screenings, please vsit: http://www.hadleigharttrail.org.uk/kingsway.html 

Student Shorts + Hadleigh Olympic Mountain Bike Trails from above
Wednesday 8 October 2014, doors open 6.30pm

FREE admission, refreshments available. Booking advised as numbers are limited. Full programme of local interest films including archive footage and films by young filmmakers to be confirmed.
7.00 pm  Student Shorts - selected short films produced by SEEVIC Film Studies students. 
7.15 pm   David Black is a local Aerial Videographer who utilises remotely piloted multi-rotors to capture amazing videos of local sites. David will demonstrate the technology, filming and editing techniques as well as showcasing his portfolio of aerial videos.
8.00 pm    refreshments available
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On Landguard Point
Friday 10 October 2014, doors open 6.30pm

FREE admission, refreshments available. Booking advised as numbers are limited.
We are joined by special guests - members of the The Southend Band and musical director Suzie Shrubb to talk about their part in the making of On Landguard Point.

Inspired by the histories and culture of the East of England, On Landguard Point exists at an intersection between live performance, community and cinema. The film stars hundreds of people from across the East of England, and features work by internationally acclaimed artists including Michael Nyman, Kira O’Reilly, Julia Bardsley, Rajni Shah, Dominic Johnson, Harminder Judge, Dicky Eton, Sheila Ghelani, Carla Esperanza Tommasini, Helena Hunter and Giovanna Maria Casetta. On Landguard Point is a non-narrative film built through poetry, patchwork, maps and slips of story. Woven together these forms accumulate ideas around what home means.

Socially engaged and process led, Pacitti Company approaches performance making as investigation through research. The Company blends formal disciplines and techniques with social sciences and personal politic. Convened in 1990 by artist Robert Pacitti, the Company has spent the past two decades making and touring an award winning body of radical live performance works around the world. On Landguard Point is Robert Pacitti’s directorial debut. Created as part of Artists taking the lead: funded by Arts Council England.
Running Time: 82 mins                 
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Rising from Ashes
Saturday 11 October 2014, doors open 6.30pm

FREE admission (voluntary donations – all proceeds to benefit RfA Foundation), refreshments available. Booking advised as numbers are limited.
A community screening of an inspiring true story as told by Forest Whitaker. Followed by a Q&A with representatives of RfA Foundation and Essex Legacy.

Rising from Ashes is a feature length documentary about two worlds colliding when cycling legend Jock Boyer moves to Rwanda, Africa to help a group of struggling genocide survivors pursue their dream of a national team. As they set out against impossible odds both Jock and the team find new purpose as they rise from the ashes of their past. Created with a common goal, to tell a story of redemption, hope, and second chances. It was not about the bike, however, the bicycle became a tool that has changed a nation. The film follows Team Rwanda on its journey to Hadleigh, Essex to compete in the London 2012 Mountain Biking event held at Hadleigh Farm in August 2012.
Running Time: 82 min         

To book for any of these screenings, email info@hadleigharttrail.org.uk  or call  07775 637539