Exeter Picturehouse programme, 31 Aug - 11 Oct 2018. Film screenings including: 'BlacKkKlansman' by Spike Lee; 'The Children Act' by Richard Eyre with Emma Thompson; 'Cold War' by Pawel Pawlikowski; 'American Animals' by Bart Layton; 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post' by Desiree Akhavan; 'King of Thieves' by James Marsh, with Michael Caine; 'The Seagull' by Michael Mayer, with Annette Bening; 'The Little Stranger' by Lenny Abrahamson; 'The Rider' by Chloe Zhao; 'Lucky' by John Carroll Lynch; 'The Wife' by Bjorn Runge, with Glenn Close, also featuring on the cover; 'Skate Kitchen' by Crystal Moselle; 'A Star is Born' by Bradley Cooper with Lady Gaga; Section 'Culture shock' including: 'Do the Right Thing' by 'Spike Lee'; 'The Big Lebowski' by Joel Coen; Women over 50 film festival shorts Section Docs including: 'Nureyev All the World His Stage' by Jacqui Morris and David Morris; 'Faces Places' by Agnes Varda; 'The King' by Eugene Jarecki about Elvis Presley; also including sections 'Discover Tuesdays', 'Vintage Sundays', 'Screen Arts', 'Clubs and Groups', 'Education', autism and dementia friendly screenings.

Item number 28985
Category Programme
Type Cinema Publicity
Language English
Country of origin UK
Related people Spike Lee (Film Director)
Richard Eyre (Film Director)
Pawel Pawlikowski (Film Director)
Bart Layton (Film Director)
Desiree Akhavan (Film Director)
Michael F. Mayer (Film Director)
David Lynch (Actor)
Bjorn Runge (Film Director)
Glenn Close (Actress)
Bradley Cooper (Film Director)
Agnes Varda (Film Director)