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We may be temporarily closed but we're still here to bring you a weekly dose of recommendations to keep you occupied in the meantime!

Don't forget to follow our social media channels for more film content and reopening updates - you can follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Sullivan's Travels (1941) // Preston Sturges

Front of House Supervisor: Jessie

"A satirical masterpiece by writer/director Preston Sturges, which follows a big-shot Hollywood comedy director who yearns to make a socially relevant drama called Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? - but eventually learns that his gift for making people laugh is his greatest contribution to society, especially in Depression-era America."

Watch on Amazon Prime
  You, the Living (2007) // Roy Andersson 

Development Officer: Matt
"Prepare for the upcoming release of Roy Andersson's latest About Endlessness by revisiting his earlier sublime, surreal, melancholy-filled tragicomedy. Through a series of meticulously crafted vignettes, Andersson explores nothing less than all of life in its triumphal joys and absurd sorrows."

Watch on MUBI
Queen & Slim (2019) // Melina Matsoukas
 
Edinburgh Cinema Club: Isobel
"Queen & Slim's first date isn’t going well. They’re ready to call it quits when Queen gets shot, a policemen’s dead and the two have nowhere left to turn but the road. How do you outrun a force that’s greater than you? Not easily! But these two outlaws are ready to fight!

Watch this raw, urgent and powerfully real Bonnie & Clyde tale on Amazon Prime."
Gamish // Edward Ross

From Edward Ross, the Edinburgh-based creator of the graphic novel Filmish and former Filmhouse Front of House employee, comes Gamish: A Graphic History of Gaming. This lovingly illustrated book takes the reader through the history of video games, from the pioneering prototypes of the 1950s to the modern era of blockbuster hits and ingenious indie gems. Why do we play? What makes games so special? And how do games shape the world we live in? Exploring the people and politics behind one of the world’s most exciting art-forms, Gamish is a love letter to something that has always been more than just a game.

You can purchase Gamish through Edward's wesbite here! 

UK Jewish Film Festival

The 24th UK Jewish Film Festival is entirely online, so you can enjoy this year's festival from the comfort of your own home! 

This year's programme brings the best of contemporary Jewish cinema from around the world, with films from 17 countries, in 10 languages.


Online until 19th November!
#MyDreamPalace

Director Mark Cousins snuck into our Cinema 1 with a torch and told us all about why Filmhouse was his Dream Palace!

You can keep the light burning for our cinemas by tweeting us about your favourite dream palace with the hashtag #MyDreamPalace, don't forget to tag us @Filmhouse!

Watch the video here

As a Filmhouse customer, you are entitled to 15% off one title from Curzon Home Cinema's (NOT) 'In Cinemas Now' section this month! The selection includes Shirley, Memories Of Murder and more! 

To redeem the offer use code 'LOCKDOWN2' at checkout! Only valid on films within this selection and these titles will be updated on a weekly basis.  You must sign up for a Curzon account prior to using the code to receive the discount. Valid once per customer, ends 02/12/2020.

Enjoy landmark classic and cult films with one month FREE on BFI Player! To access your special offer please visit here, create your account or sign in, choose your subscription type and add in the code INDIE2020. Their subscription service includes Lucky, which features a final performance from Harry Dean Stanton, Dario Argento's Suspiria and much more.

Please note this voucher code only applies to Subscription films and not Rentals.You will be prompted enter your payment card details: if you cancel before the end of the trial, you won't be charged – if you decide to stay on, you'll start a standard paid subscription with BFI Player (£4.99 per month). This offer is not compatible with the BFI Player Channel on Amazon Prime and the Apple TV app.

Filmhouse has partnered up with MUBI to offer our customers three months of films entirely FREE! With a selection ranging from cult classics to award-winning masterpieces, and a new film added every day, there's something for everyone to enjoy - with even more cinema to enjoy through their new LIBRARY.

The button on the sign-up page will prompt you to enter your credit card details: if you cancel before the end of the trial, you won't be charged – if you decide to stay on, you'll start a standard paid subscription with MUBI.

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