FLICK Film Festival

 

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Iguana plays host to FLICK, a week-long programme of short films by some of the best film-makers working in the region. Films can be ordered from the bar menu throughout the day.

Iguana  |  14–23 May  |  Mon – Fri 4–6pm, weekends 12 noon–6pm

 

The Best of FLICK

 

Iguana hosts The Best of FLICK, a showcase of short films from this year’s Festival programme. Includes ‘Time Goes Nowhere’ by Jo Lane, a mixed-media, live action and animation drama following the life of a young man with autism and his move into adult care services. The animation offers a glimpse into his world whilst his obsession with inanimate objects sheds light on the other attachments in his life. Also featured will be ‘The Titles at the End’ by Cheryl Marney, ‘Dead Men’ by Art Foley and ‘Forest of Lies’ by Free Range Chicken, a psychedelic-tinged take on the lesser known Derbyshire film noir genre.

Iguana  |  Tues 19 May  |  7–8.30pm

 

THE CHILDREN’S CINEMA
In association with Filmbank

 

The annual Children’s Cinema has two new Saturday morning screenings of classic films for kids.

 

Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbit

(Cert U 85 mins)

Cheese-loving Wallace and his faithful dog Gromit star in their first full-length feature film. It’s vege-mania in Wallace and Gromit’s town, and our heroes are cashing in with their humane pest-control outfit, ‘Anti-Pesto’. But, with only days to go before the annual Giant Vegetable Competition, the town’s prize produce starts mysteriously to disappear. Wallace and Gromit must use all their crazy inventions to track down a strange beast of epic and very fluffy proportions.

St Clement’s Church Youth Centre  |  Sat 16 May  |  11am  |  £2 per child or adult

 

Ratatouille

(Cert U 111 mins)

Remy the rat dreams of becoming a great French chef and when fate places him in the sewers of Paris, he finds himself ideally situated beneath the restaurant of his culinary hero, Auguste Gusteau. Despite the dangers of being an unwanted visitor in the kitchen of a fine French restaurant, Remy’s passion for cooking soon turns the culinary world of Paris upside down.

St Clement’s Church Youth Centre  |  Sat 23 May  |  11am  |  £2 per child or adult

 

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