Pitshanger Pictures exists to inform, entertain and strengthen community in North Ealing by screening films that stimulate conversation and discussion on questions in life.
No need to book tickets, just come along. Doors open half an hour before the screenings unless otherwise specified.
All ticket prices include a drink and a snack
Other screenings – child (under 16) £6 / adult £8
Pitshanger Pictures – take 2 – Mondays at 8pm, ticket price £5, excluding drink and snack.
Pitshanger Pictures Opera – £10, not including food
NEW : On selected Wednesdays, we will be showing documentary films in the small hall, with new equipment purchased with a grant from the BFI
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari (U) – Monday 11th July
Battle of the Somme (E) 13th July
Centenary film festival Monday 25th July- Saturday 6th August
We will be showing a film from every decade between 1916-2016. Including Singalong versions of Frozen and the Sound of Music (Sat 31st July) Click link below for full details of the exciting programme!
Spotlight (15) (129 mins) – Saturday 11th June 8pm
Spotlight tells the astonishing true story of the Boston Globe’s Pulitzer prize-winning ” Spotlight team” of investigative journalists, who in 2002 shock the city and the world by exposing the Roman Catholic church’s systematic cover-up of widespread paedophilia perpetrated by more than 70 local priests.
A separation (PG) (123 mins) Monday 13th June, 8pm
The standout film of the 2011 Berlin Film Festival and winner of the Golden Bear, A Separation is a suspenseful and intelligent drama detailing the fractures and tensions at the heart of Iranian society.
Waltz with Bashir(18) (87 mins) Weds 15th June,8pm
Powerfully anti-war animated documentary by Israeli film-maker Ari Folman. The film explores a period on Folman’s life when he was enlisted as a teenage soldier in the first Lebanese war in the early 1980’s.
Stolen kisses (15) (90 mins) – Monday 27th June, 8pm
Filmed in 1968 during political turbulence in France that culminated in the Paris riots, this is ironically one of Truffaut’s most playful and light-hearted films. The third in a series featuring Truffaut’s cinematic alter ego Antoine Doinel, which began with “The 400 blows”.