Lynn Community Cinema Club is presenting another of its popular Cities on Screen film appreciation events next Thursday, May 26, and this time Berlin is the city in focus.
You don’t need any prior knowledge of film to enjoy these evenings, they are friendly and informal and include a glass of wine or juice when the doors open at 7pm for a 7.30 start.
The venue is The Great Hall in Thoresby College, Queen Street. Film club members and their guests pay £5, non-members £6.
Sue Burge will be leading the evening and will be showing a series of film clips including Germany, Year Zero; The Lives of Others; Goodbye Lenin; Christiane F, and Aeon Flux in order to explore the post-war history of this fascinating city, from the rubble-strewn streets of the 1940s to the Berlin Wall and the futuristic architecture of post-Wall Berlin – all without leaving the comfort of your chair!
To coincide with the new film season, the club posters and logo have been redesigned by a young local designer. Rob Boyall studied at the College of West Anglia then got on to the graphic design degree in Norwich where he gained a first last summer. He is now working in a London agency but offered to produce some updated designs for KLCCC. He came up with a very clever typographical logo based on a cinema projector and has used a colour scheme from the KL crest.
As always, the new season of films includes some classics, new art house releases and awarding international films. Members will be able to see least one film a month shown in St George’s Guildhall and can bring along two free guests to each one.
Six months’ membership still only costs £30. Full details are available on our website www.klccc.uk