HIC is a not-for-profit community film club organised and run by Haringey residents. It’s usually held on the last Thursday of the month at Park View School (formerly West Green Learning Centre) on West Green Road. Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £4 (£3 for low or unwaged). Everyone welcome!
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7.00pm, Thursday 20 July 2017
Sergei Eisenstein | USSR, 1925 | 75 mins | Rated PG | Tickets £4 / £3 low or unwaged
HIC celebrates 100 years since the Russian Revolution by showing Sergei Eisenstein’s 1925 silent classic Battleship Potemkin.
The film presents a dramatised account of the mutiny on the eponymous warship during the 1905 revolution, initiated when sailors refused to eat borscht made from meat infested with maggots. Their revolution quickly spread from the ship, to the nearby port of Odessa.
Conceived both as revolutionary propaganda and as an exercise in Eisenstein’s theories of montage, Battleship Potemkin has influenced both political art and cinema since its release. Many films have paid homage to aspects of the film – particularly to the famous Odessa Steps sequence – which has been pastiched a range of films from The Godfather to Star Wars.
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7.00pm, Thursday 28 September 2017
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