Spluttershutter #02

This month we will screen;

MMT_posterMagical Mystery Tour Apple Corp 1967 53 mins 16mm
The Chase (Doctor Who) BBC 16mm

Thursday 28th March 2013 7.30 for 8pm start
Greenroom @ Borough Hall, Royal Hill.
Greenwich. London SE10 8RE

Global exposure of The Beatles and their music reached new highs during the psychedelic half of the 60′s in a burst of inspiration and creativity that preempted their end before the decade was out. In that time so much happened that effected them all not least the death of manager and guide Brian Epstein 1967.
Despite this shock they went ahead with the ‘plan’ to produce a film with their cash and instinct intact, took off on The Magical Mystery Tour. It tested the patience loyalty and tastes of the nation when it got it’s TV premiere that same Christmas. Shot on 16mm over the course of a week away with friends, strangers and on a course of their choosing traversed a landscape of Britain at once surreal and familiar.

who72The previously year the fab Four appeared in an episode of Dr Who – The Chase. Brian Epstein had prevented them from appearing in person as old men so the BBC used a clip of them playing on TOTP instead which has since been lost.

Magical Mystery Tour has rarely been projected and didn’t get a theatre release on its release as it was always intended for TV so take this one off opportunity, arrive in time and grab your seat to travel in these contrasting cinematic time tunnels. We even have a couple of sofas for you to hide behind!

Please dress the part, bring your own food and drink to share or pay the meagre £516mmcans

Show your old 8mm, 16mm films at our next presentation at end of April, contact spluttershutter@vacuum.tv

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One Response to Spluttershutter #02

  1. tallbastard says:

    Well we enjoyed ourselves.. in some solitude on a cold and windy evening. Thanks again to projectionist Gordon Cooper for careful preparation and great show.

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