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Friday 7th June 2002, 7:30pm to Midnight
A dark night of the soul including:


  • THE 5000 FINGERS OF DR T — musical excerpts
    1953, United States, Childrens Musical.
    Starring Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Hans Conried & Tommy Rettig.
    Billed as 'The Wonder Musical of the Future!' with sets and costumes by Dr. Seuss, this film follows the tale of young Bart, who has only one enemy in the world: his piano teacher Dr. Terwilliker. One of the most striking surrealist fantasies Hollywood has ever produced.
       N°1 — If You Want to Rule the World
       N°2 — Dungeon Crazy Music
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  • LOLA CHRISTMAS SHOPPING by Louis Schlumberger
    2001, United Kingdom, 10 minutes.
    Shopping, shopping! Do you have nothing better to do¤ Lola is shocked in London's Kings Road seeing greedy people almost killing each other before Christmas.

  • THIS LITTLE PIGGIE by Justine Pearsall
    2002, United Kingdom, 4 minutes.
    This little piggie played in the park. A trippy visual journey from one of the UK's most promising adopted filmmakers.

  • HAPPILY EVER AFTER by David Harrison
    2002, United Kingdom, 8 minutes.
    Starring Paul Neesham & Lorna Robinson.
    Elf is in need of some love in his life. Faye is wandering the streets. A chance encounter leads to magical romance amidst garden flowers. An enchanting moonlit tale of romance and tadpoles.

  • THE CAT WITH HANDS by Robert Morgan
    2001, United Kindom, 4 minutes.
    Starring Livey Armstrong, Daniel Hogwood & Victoria Hayes.
    A dark and eerie tale bound to chill the bones of anyone out late in the woods. With masterful animation and an exceptional soundtrack, this is a little gem from the mind of one of the UK's most talented filmmakers. A Halo production for Channel 4 Television.


  • THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER by Charles Laughton
    1955, United States, 1 hour 29 minutes.
    Starring Robert Mitchum, Shelly Winters & Lilian Gish.
    The wedding night, the anticipation, the kiss, the knife, but above all... THE SUSPENSE!
    Robert Mitchum delivers the most daring and critically acclaimed performance of his life as a tall, handsome, and ever so slightly psychopathic 'preacher', his knuckles eerily tattoed with 'LOVE' and 'HATE'. He roams the countryside, spreading a Gospel of condemnation, and leaving a trail of murdered women in his wake. Now he's set his sights on $10,000 and the two innocent lambs who are the only ones who know where it's been hidden. With excellent supporting performances from Shelley Winters as the love-struck mother and Lilain Gish as a sweet gun-toting spinster, this is a marvellously acted and immaginatively shot chiller with a brooding power un-equalled in cinema Spellbinding, ominous and hauntingly suspensful, an extraordinary classic which remains one of the most frightening films ever made.
      "Easy, charming, infinitely sinister."
                  —Time Out Best 100 Films
      "A great masterpiece of American cinema."
                  —Radio Times, 5 Stars
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