movie news: Stanley Kubrick season in Light House Cinema

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movie news: Stanley Kubrick season in Light House Cinema

Starting on 24 Sep 2014, the Light House cinema is having its biggest season of classic films yet, with a full retrospective of the work of Stanley Kubrick. If you’ve never had the chance to see his work on the big screen before, this is it. Obviously.

Kicking off on Wednesday 24th with 1953’s Fear & Desire plus his short films, September, October and November will see us treated with a cinematic journey through his well known successes such as Dr Strangelove and Full Metal Jacket as well as less-seen works such as Killer’s Kiss and The Killing.

You can check out the schedule below and visit the Kubrick season on the Light House website to find out more.

Fear & Desire (1953)
3.30 & 8.30pm Wednesday 24th September (plus short films)
3.30pm Sunday 28th September (plus short films)

Lolita (1962)
8.00pm Monday 29th September (Cinema Book Club)
3.00pm Sunday 5th October

The Killing (1956)
3.30pm & 8.30pm Wednesday 1st October
3.30pm Saturday 4th October

Killer’s Kiss (1955)
10.30pm Saturday 4th October

Spartacus (1960)
3.00 & 8.00pm Wednesday 8th October
3.00pm Saturday 11th October

Paths to Glory (1957)
3.30pm Wednesday 8th October
3.30pm Sunday 12th October

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
3.30pm & 8.30pm Wednesday 15th October
3.30pm Sunday 19th October

A Clockwork Orange (1971)
3.00pm & 8.00pm 22nd October
10.00pm 25th October
3.00pm 26th October

The Shining (1980)
3.00pm & 8.00pm Wednesday 29th October
3pm Sunday 2nd November
10.30pm 31st October (Special Halloween party from 9pm)

Barry Lyndon (1975)
3.00pm & 8.00pm Wednesday 5th November
3.00pm Sunday 9th November

Full Metal Jacket (1987)
3.30pm & 8.30pm Wednesday 12th November
3.30pm Sunday 16th November

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
3.00pm & 8.00pm 19th November
10.00pm 22nd November
3.00pm 23rd November

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Daily from 28th November

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