If you’re in the Winchester area on Thursday 22nd October you might want to pop along to a screening of MOON at the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium along with a post screening Q&A with MOON Art Director Hideki Arichi.
Screening starts at 19:00, Q&A with Hideki straight after at 20:40.
Hideki is a multi talented chap who also worked on MOON writer / director Duncan Jones’ short film WHISTLE as well as other films such as Edge of Tomorrow, Robin Hood and Batman Begins. Hideki has also been known to pop up in front of the camera on TV & Film (24, 47 Ronin), check out his IMDb profile for more info, or ask him about it all on the night!
As well as a his career in film Hideki is also a talented artist specialising in print making, you can view his work over on his portfolio site here.
The London Labour Film Festival is a celebration of social commitment through cinema. This September the LLFF will host a series of film screenings, talks and special events offering varied, challenging and inspiring cinematic takes on the lives, hopes and struggle of workers. Spanning three days at the heart of the UK capital, and taking audiences on journeys from the very real effects of the financial crisis on the working classes to visions of future labour on both earth and the moon, the LLFF will welcome guests including Ken Loach and Mike Leigh for what will be a major contribution to a growing global movement committed to cinema’s treatment of labour.
With that in mind, Gavin may have some things to say about the treatment of workers by Lunar Industries, in fact he just tweeted:
Anybody coming along to @LabourFilmFest to watch Moon on Saturday? I’ll tell you all about the Lunar Industries ethics on space-clones 😉
An extremely busy SOURCE CODE promotional tour comes towards it’s end on Saturday the 9th April at the Electric Cinema in London. Following previously announced SOURCE CODE screening and Q&A at the Odeon, Leicester Square on Friday 8th April, and Duncan’s appearance at Mark Millar’s Kapow Comic Con on Saturday afternoon, Duncan Jones will be giving a Q&A at the Electric Cinema, Portobello Road, London, W11.
Announced by Duncan himself on Twitter earlier, the Q&A will take place at the 18:30 screening on Saturday evening, so if you were unable to attend the Odeon, or Kapow, this may be your last opportunity to ask Duncan those burning questions about SOURCE CODE in person, before he jets back to LA, to begin planning his next venture. Tickets available HERE.
If you are unable to attend any of the London events, Duncan will be taking part in a live webchat with Empire Magazine on Friday 8th April, at 13:00.
And don’t forget folks, SOURCE CODE is now on general release, so let’s get out there a beat the bunny this weekend 😉
After whizzing all around the world promoting his latest film ‘SOURCE CODE‘ across the USA, to Madrid yesterday, Rome today, Berlin tomorrow. Brit Director Duncan Jones returns “For One Night Only” to his home town of London for a couple of nice events you may want to get involved in.
First up we have a live chat web chat with Empire Magazine at 13:00 on Friday 8th April, access to the chat will be at this here linkage (don’t worry if comms are down on there at the mo, we will be sending Sam Bell out to knock the jammer antenna down in good time)
Next up, and if you can still get tickets, we have a screening of SOURCE CODE including a Q&A with Duncan at the Odeon West End, Leicester Square, Friday April the 8th, 20:25 start. Tickets HERE!
As well as the current 6 date promotional tour for Source Code, we have news of a sneek preview screening of Duncan Jones latest film, with the Director himself to provide a Q&A to those lucky enough to be in the New York area next Tuesday, March 22nd.
Tickets are on sale now priced at $15 General Public, $13 Students & Seniors and $12 Members, screening takes place at 19:00 at the Walter Reade Theatre, located at West 65th Street, plaza level, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.
Good news if you were unable to get tickets for the screening of MOON at the BFI Southbank on Tuesday, August 31st. More tickets are now available as explained by the BFI:-
Moon: Tue 31 Aug 18:20 NFT1
We are delighted to announce that director Duncan Jones will take part in a Q&A following this screening. Gavin Rothery, Concept Artist, VFX Supervisor; Hideki Arichi, Art Director and Barrett Heathcote, VFX Editor will join Duncan Jones in the Q&A following this screening. The Q&A will be hosted by Damon Wise.
Due to overwhelming demand, this screening will now take place in NFT1 (from NFT2).
Better start brushing down the tux (or Selk suits) chaps 🙂