Focus on Herzog season

We celebrate the prolific filmmaker Werner Herzog, beginning with The Wheel of Time, Cave of Forgotten Dreams and Lo and Behold -  Reveries of the Connected World.

The Wheel Of Time


The Wheel of Time: Sunday 6 November 8pm

This remarkable documentary (pictured, above) about the largest Buddhist ritual to promote peace and tolerance, held by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, is presented by Hastings Triratna Buddhist Group. Book now

Cave of Forgotten Dreams: Sunday 4 December 7.30pm

An astonishing documentary about the world’s oldest cave paintings, offering the opportunity for Herzog to reflects upon our primal desire to communicate and represent the world around
us. Book now

** Notice about The Cinematologists appearance ** Unfortunately, one of the film academics Dr Dario Llinares, who was due to be speaking at this screening, will no longer be able to attend, as he has been in a cycling accident.

Filmmaker and Electric Palace cinema director Rebecca E Marshall will offer a short introduction and Q&A instead for this screening.

We look forward to welcoming Dario back after his recovery, for the next podcasting recording sessions on 12th February and 12th March 2017.

Lo and Behold - Reveries of the Connected World: Friday 9 December 8pm

This immersive documentary about the digital landscape is presented by PhD film student and director of the Electric Palace cinema, Rebecca E Marshall. Book now




Tickets are available in advance online from this website, or on the door.
Doors and the bar open at 7.15pm, screenings start at 8pm.

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