FRIDAY 5th OCTOBER 2018
6:00pm – The Riverside – Gala Event
BIG NIGHT (15)
Director Stanley Tucci & Campbell Scott – 1996 – 109mins
Starring: Stanley Tucci, Tony Shalhoub, Minnie Driver, Ian Holm, Isabella Rossellini
Food is a staple of Italian-American film and TV, from Martin Scorsese to The Sopranos, but BIG NIGHT offers the ultimate onscreen banchetto. Stanley Tucci plays the restaurant owner who plans to turn around his ailing fortunes with one almighty culinary blowout. The pièce de résistance is the creation of a timpani – a spectacularly mouth-watering pie filled with meat, fish, cheese and pasta.
Screening introduced by film critic and broadcaster, Nigel Floyd
Screening preceded by WESTERN SPAGHETTI (d. PES, USA, 2008, 2mins)
Following the screening, for those with dinner & film tickets, a specially prepared three-course meal inspired by the film will be served at our partner restaurants in town – The Riverside, The Galley and The Table.
Please Note: When booking tickets for ‘Film and Three-Course Dinner’ please ensure you give your name, contact number and/or email address as we will need to contact you closer to the event in order to notify you which restaurant you have been allocated for your meal.
7:30pm – The Fire Station
TWIN PEAKS NIGHT
“Diane, 7:30pm, the Fire Station Café, Woodbridge. An evening of David Lynch inspired weirdness with music from resident DJ Ben Horner, a Twin Peaks Quiz with Woodbridge’s very own Lynchian character, Derek Sparkle, plus a veritable feast of doughnuts, cherry pie and damn fine coffee!”
Please note there is no film screening at this event.
£7.00 – Ticket includes entrance to Quiz plus a free coffee and either a
doughnut or slice of cherry pie!
For ticket information and to reserve a space, please contact Jacqui on Jacqui@firestationcoffee.co.uk
Midnight – The Riverside – Midnight Feast
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (15)
Director George A. Romero – 1968 – 96mins
Starring: Judith O’Dea, Duane Jones, Marilyn Eastman, Karl Hardman, Keith Wayne
Our Midnight Feast screening of George A. Romero’s seminal shocker that singlehandedly devised the modern zombie – arguably cinema’s most ravenous gourmand. Its flesh-eating antics might be more stomach-churning than appetite-whetting, but after fifty years this claustrophobic classic has lost none of its bite.
New 4K digital restoration by the Museum of Modern Art and The Film Foundation, supervised by George A. Romero, co-screenwriter John A. Russo, Sound Engineer Gary R. Streiner, and Producer Russell W. Streiner.
Exclusive video introduction from British film director, Ben Wheatley.
Screening preceded by a selection of horror inspired cocktails in The Riverside bar.