Heavenly Films are proud to present a brand new monthly film night at London’s Hackney Picture House. Opening the program on April 4th, is a celebratory evening as we screen the 10th anniversary of ‘Finnisterre’. Conceived and scored by St Etienne, the hour long documentary is based around a day in the life of the City Of London, directed by Paul Kelly and Kieran Evans. Rarely shown in the city it chronicles, this is a rare chance to catch the film that was premiered at the Onedotzero film festival in April 2013.
To mark the occasion, the film will be preceeded by a Q&A with all three band members Bob Stanley, Pete Wiggs and Sarah Cracknell taking to the floor. To add to the excitement, a second Q&A session hosted by Travis Elborough will also take place with both of the directors, following the film. The evening kicks off with 4 shorts directed by Paul Kelly including the premier screening of ‘Banksy in London’, a 3 minute snapshot of the artists early work. The night will conclude with a unique Saint Etienne DJ set in the upstairs bar until midnight.
Tickets Priced £12
8.00 — 8.20pm ‘Banksy In London’ (previously unseen short film film) and the three ‘Today’s Specials’ (three short films about the disappearing Cafe culture in London)
8.40 — 9.00pm Q&A with Saint Etienne (Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley, Pete Wiggs hosted by Travis Elborough)
9.00–10.00 ‘Finisterre’ (10th Anniversary screening)
10.00–10.30 Q&A with directors (Paul Kelly and Keiran Evans hosted by Travis Elborough)
10.30– Midnight — DJ’s Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs in the top bar.