Rooftop and Underground Film Club comes a new cinematic experience at the Bussey Building in Peckham. Located just inside the main entrance, Winter Film Club* is welcoming the Christmas cheer by hosting a series of seasonal screenings including Home Alone (1990), Elf (2003) and Love Actually (2003). Besides some fantastic Christmas films, they're also showing some recent releases including Louis Theroux's My Scientology Movie (John Dower, 2015) and Disney's Finding Dory (Andrew Stanton, 2016). Having spotted True Romance (Tony Scott, 1993) on their program, we were keen to get along for the first week of the event to see what all the fuss is about.
As the weeks go on, I can definitely see this getting booked up and busy quickly so maybe make sure to arrive around 20 minutes before your screening starts although remember that there is not anything to do before hand. If you'd like to visit Winter Film Club, you can take a look at their program and buy tickets via their website. Don't forget you can also check out more related posts from Rooftop and Underground cinema here.
Well, that's it for another film event. Have you experienced Winter Film Club yet? If you're a movie lover, how do you celebrate film over Christmas? As always, I love reading your comments so please do leave me lots of lovely ones below.
Until next time fellow film fans,
Disclaimer*: This post is in collaboration with Rooftop Film. All opinions are my own and do not reflect those of the brand.