Kino Quickies Podcast

  •   Hawkhurst
  •   Rye
  •   Bermondsey

Hawkhurst

Kino Quickies Podcast () 80mins

A series of screenings of 1930s "Quota Quickie" films plus Q&As and a podcast.






Hosted at the Kino Cinema, Bermondsey by Dominic Delargy of the Soho Bites podcast & Dr Lawrence Napper, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at Kings College, London, this is a series of six screenings of 1930s "Quota Quickies". Each screening will be followed by a Q&A with a specially invited expert guest and a recording of the event (plus some extra goodies) will be packaged up and released as a podcast shortly afterwards.

The films will screen on Sunday afternoons at 1:30pm.

What on earth is a Quota Quickie? Click HERE to find out.

Subscribe to the podcast at KinoQuickies.com

Follow Kino Quickies on Twitter and Facebook





Book tickets for any of the films in the Kino Quickies season through Eventbrite HERE

 

THE SEASON:
Sunday March 13th at 1:30pm
The Ghost Camera (1933)

A surprisingly funny murder / comedy /mystery drama, it stars Henry Kendall, Ida Lupino and a very young John Mills. Our special guest for the post screening Q&A is film critic & historian, Pam Hutchinson.

Running time: 66 mins

 

Sunday March 27th at 1:30pm
Death at Broadcasting House (1934).

A murder mystery set and partly shot at the BBC's (then) brand new headquarters. An actor is murdered whilst performing live on air before the shocked ears of millions of listeners. Josephine Botting, curator of the BFI National Archive is our guest for the Q&A.

Running time: 71 mins

 

Sunday April 10th at 1:30pm
The Phantom Light (1935).

Directed by a young Michael Powell and starring Gordon Harker and Binnie Hale, the action centres on an isolated lighthouse where the previous lighthouse keeper has been mysteriously murdered. Composer and silent film accompanist. Neil Brand, joins us for the Q&A.

Running time: 76 mins

 

Sunday April 24th at 1:30pm
Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1936)

Anybody fancy a pie? Tod Slaughter stars in this ripe melodrama based on his highly successful stage play of the same name. Our special guest for the Q&A is Jade Evans, who is a currently writing a PhD on UK film stardom from 1920-1970.

Running time: 76 mins

 

Sunday May 8th at 1:30pm
Say it With Flowers (1934)

Kind-hearted market traders stage a fundraising concert featuring some of the most famous music hall artists of day. A fascinating glimpse of these long gone performers, some of whom began their careers in the 1870s. We're joined by Oscar nominated film & theatre composer Gary Yershon for the Q&A.

Running time: 71 mins

 

Sunday May 22nd at 1:30pm
Brief Ecstasy (1937)

Hugh Williams & Linden Travers star in this romantic drama from Ealing Studios as a couple who meet, fall in love and are separated due to a simple misunderstanding. Author Charles Barr joins us for the final Q&A of the season. This film features in Martin Scorsese's list of British Films You Need To See Before You Die

Running time: 60 mins

 

 


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Rye

Kino Quickies Podcast () 80mins

A series of screenings of 1930s "Quota Quickie" films plus Q&As and a podcast.






Hosted at the Kino Cinema, Bermondsey by Dominic Delargy of the Soho Bites podcast & Dr Lawrence Napper, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at Kings College, London, this is a series of six screenings of 1930s "Quota Quickies". Each screening will be followed by a Q&A with a specially invited expert guest and a recording of the event (plus some extra goodies) will be packaged up and released as a podcast shortly afterwards.

The films will screen on Sunday afternoons at 1:30pm.

What on earth is a Quota Quickie? Click HERE to find out.

Subscribe to the podcast at KinoQuickies.com

Follow Kino Quickies on Twitter and Facebook





Book tickets for any of the films in the Kino Quickies season through Eventbrite HERE

 

THE SEASON:
Sunday March 13th at 1:30pm
The Ghost Camera (1933)

A surprisingly funny murder / comedy /mystery drama, it stars Henry Kendall, Ida Lupino and a very young John Mills. Our special guest for the post screening Q&A is film critic & historian, Pam Hutchinson.

Running time: 66 mins

 

Sunday March 27th at 1:30pm
Death at Broadcasting House (1934).

A murder mystery set and partly shot at the BBC's (then) brand new headquarters. An actor is murdered whilst performing live on air before the shocked ears of millions of listeners. Josephine Botting, curator of the BFI National Archive is our guest for the Q&A.

Running time: 71 mins

 

Sunday April 10th at 1:30pm
The Phantom Light (1935).

Directed by a young Michael Powell and starring Gordon Harker and Binnie Hale, the action centres on an isolated lighthouse where the previous lighthouse keeper has been mysteriously murdered. Composer and silent film accompanist. Neil Brand, joins us for the Q&A.

Running time: 76 mins

 

Sunday April 24th at 1:30pm
Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1936)

Anybody fancy a pie? Tod Slaughter stars in this ripe melodrama based on his highly successful stage play of the same name. Our special guest for the Q&A is Jade Evans, who is a currently writing a PhD on UK film stardom from 1920-1970.

Running time: 76 mins

 

Sunday May 8th at 1:30pm
Say it With Flowers (1934)

Kind-hearted market traders stage a fundraising concert featuring some of the most famous music hall artists of day. A fascinating glimpse of these long gone performers, some of whom began their careers in the 1870s. We're joined by Oscar nominated film & theatre composer Gary Yershon for the Q&A.

Running time: 71 mins

 

Sunday May 22nd at 1:30pm
Brief Ecstasy (1937)

Hugh Williams & Linden Travers star in this romantic drama from Ealing Studios as a couple who meet, fall in love and are separated due to a simple misunderstanding. Author Charles Barr joins us for the final Q&A of the season. This film features in Martin Scorsese's list of British Films You Need To See Before You Die

Running time: 60 mins

 

 


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Bermondsey

Kino Quickies Podcast () 80mins

A series of screenings of 1930s "Quota Quickie" films plus Q&As and a podcast.






Hosted at the Kino Cinema, Bermondsey by Dominic Delargy of the Soho Bites podcast & Dr Lawrence Napper, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at Kings College, London, this is a series of six screenings of 1930s "Quota Quickies". Each screening will be followed by a Q&A with a specially invited expert guest and a recording of the event (plus some extra goodies) will be packaged up and released as a podcast shortly afterwards.

The films will screen on Sunday afternoons at 1:30pm.

What on earth is a Quota Quickie? Click HERE to find out.

Subscribe to the podcast at KinoQuickies.com

Follow Kino Quickies on Twitter and Facebook





Book tickets for any of the films in the Kino Quickies season through Eventbrite HERE

 

THE SEASON:
Sunday March 13th at 1:30pm
The Ghost Camera (1933)

A surprisingly funny murder / comedy /mystery drama, it stars Henry Kendall, Ida Lupino and a very young John Mills. Our special guest for the post screening Q&A is film critic & historian, Pam Hutchinson.

Running time: 66 mins

 

Sunday March 27th at 1:30pm
Death at Broadcasting House (1934).

A murder mystery set and partly shot at the BBC's (then) brand new headquarters. An actor is murdered whilst performing live on air before the shocked ears of millions of listeners. Josephine Botting, curator of the BFI National Archive is our guest for the Q&A.

Running time: 71 mins

 

Sunday April 10th at 1:30pm
The Phantom Light (1935).

Directed by a young Michael Powell and starring Gordon Harker and Binnie Hale, the action centres on an isolated lighthouse where the previous lighthouse keeper has been mysteriously murdered. Composer and silent film accompanist. Neil Brand, joins us for the Q&A.

Running time: 76 mins

 

Sunday April 24th at 1:30pm
Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1936)

Anybody fancy a pie? Tod Slaughter stars in this ripe melodrama based on his highly successful stage play of the same name. Our special guest for the Q&A is Jade Evans, who is a currently writing a PhD on UK film stardom from 1920-1970.

Running time: 76 mins

 

Sunday May 8th at 1:30pm
Say it With Flowers (1934)

Kind-hearted market traders stage a fundraising concert featuring some of the most famous music hall artists of day. A fascinating glimpse of these long gone performers, some of whom began their careers in the 1870s. We're joined by Oscar nominated film & theatre composer Gary Yershon for the Q&A.

Running time: 71 mins

 

Sunday May 22nd at 1:30pm
Brief Ecstasy (1937)

Hugh Williams & Linden Travers star in this romantic drama from Ealing Studios as a couple who meet, fall in love and are separated due to a simple misunderstanding. Author Charles Barr joins us for the final Q&A of the season. This film features in Martin Scorsese's list of British Films You Need To See Before You Die

Running time: 60 mins

 

 


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