Film4 Summer Screen 2012

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Film4 Summer Screen 2012
Film4 Summer Screen/Somerset House
Watching a movie under the stars in Somerset House’s beautiful courtyard on a balmy summer evening is a near-perfect London experience. And their 2012 season is a real dazzler, opening with the UK premiere of Walter Salles’s new film of Jack Kerouac’s ‘On the Road’ – a month before it hits cinema. Other highlights include Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’, ‘Paris, Texas’, ‘Apocalypse Now’ and ’80s faves ‘Pretty in Pink’ and ‘Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom’. Or, if you’re feeling experimental, what about Gaspar Noe’s controversial ‘Enter the Void’? The closing-night screening is another UK first – John Hillcoat’s crime drama ‘Lawless’. Tickets go on sale on May 18 and they shift quickly, so get in early. On the night doors, open at 6.30pm. Arrive early to save a spot and enjoy the atmosphere.

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Simon

Saw Team America there a couple of years ago, great experience on a huge screen, good atmosphere (especially if you watch a cult film), and can being your own booze/picnics/blankets in. Sells out quickly mind and sometimes you get a random film thrown in

Mark

Shit. No cards accepted. No cashpoint. No re-entry, so you can't go & get cash. No information stating these facts. No indication that you have to bring your own seat. Poorly organised & broadly... shit.