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POP UP CINEMA BRIGHTON

White Wall Cinema presents

FRIDAY JUNE 30TH

SOFIA COPPOLA'S
SOMEWHERE
+PRE FILM INTERVIEW WITH SPECIAL GUEST- AUTHOR HANNAH STRONG

DIRECTOR: Sofia Coppola

STARRING:   Stephen Dorff & Elle Fanning

Join us for a special screening of Sofia Coppola's Somewhere, plus a pre-film discussion with Little White Lies Associate Editor and author of 'Sofia Coppola Forever Young', Hannah Strong.

Hannah's book explores the 'tonally diverse, meticulously crafted, and unapologetically hyperfeminine aesthetic' of the great Sofia Coppola, director of several modern classics including The Virgin Suicides, Marie Antoinette, The Beguiled and more. Something of a companion piece to Coppola's outstanding Academy Award winning film Lost In Translation, Somewhere (itself the winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice International Film Festival) once again explores the ennui of a famous temporary hotel resident detached from everyday life and family.

 

Stephen Dorff puts in a career best performance in this remarkably touching and intimate story of a jaded Hollywood actor who, whilst spending time recuperating and giving in to the various vices afforded a star at Beverly Hills famed Chateau Marmont hotel, is suddenly confronted by a visit from his 11 year old daughter (Elle Fanning). As the pair navigate their somewhat uncertain father daughter relationship, a story of true tenderness emerges as the listless and disinterested movie star reassess his life outlook.

 

Undoubtedly semi-autobiographical, Somewhere is a hypnotic, funny, tender, understated and meditative piece of cinema that taps into a deep well of personal emotion for the director all powered by Coppola's trademark beautiful cinematography and glistening pop culture soundtrack.

As well as the on-stage discussion and film screening, there will be a chance to purchase (and have signed) one of Hannah's beautiful and fascinating books.

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Hannah Strong is the associate editor at Little White Lies magazine, one of the world’s preeminent film magazines, known for pairing its unique editorial angle with beautiful illustration and world-class design. Her work has appeared in Vulture, GQ, the Guardian, and Dazed & Confused, and she regularly appears on television and radio as a film critic, largely for the BBC and ITV.

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DOORS: 6.30pm*

START TIME: 7.20pm*

RUN TIME: 98 mins + 40 mins discussion

CERT: 15 

LOCATION: Wagner Hall (Regency Road, Brighton)

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*Please note - doors open at 6.30pm in advance of event time in order to give patrons extra time to purchase food & drink, enjoy our outside space / beer garden, take a look at our archive movie store and to allow gradual entry to your seats in a safe and easy way. Please try to allow extra time to get seated prior to the performance start time of 7.20pm. There will usually be no admittance from 20 minutes after the stated start time. For more information about screenings and the venue please visit our Venue & Screenings Info page.

 DO NOT ATTEND IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS 

Please do not attend the screening if you are unwell or have symptoms of Covid-19. If you have bought tickets and can no longer attend as a result of Coronavirus we will happily swap your tickets for a future event of your choice, once you have finished self isolating.

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