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Film

VampfestVampfestThe iconic Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley will be hosting a range of fangtastic film events during the festival.

 

'Blood and Lust!’:

Late night screenings of the best Hammer Vampire movies every night from Tuesday at the iconic Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley, culminating with the screening of the immortal 1958 Christopher Lee classic ‘Dracula’ on Saturday. Thursday night is our big Hammer Vampire night, where, along with a classic movie, we’ll showcase the best of their fanged classics with an illustrated talk from Hammer vampire expert Bruce Hallenbeck. He’ll be joined by the stars of the movies – the Hammer Vampire Scream Queens – for an audience Q&A and then signing and photo opportunities in the bar area.

Mark Kermode Presents ‘Near Dark’:


Britain’s best-known and best-loved film critic Mark Kermode presents Kathryn Bigelow’s vampire classic, ‘Near Dark’, followed by a Q&A with Mark at the Phoenix Cinema.

Interview with a Vampire Filmmaker:


On Saturday, 25 years on from the release of what is widely regarded as one of the best vampire films ever made, we’ll be screening ‘Interview with a Vampire’, starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. Straight afterwards, the BAFTA-winning producer, Stephen Woolley, talks us through the making of the classic movie, including how the setting for the talk – the Phoenix Cinema – turned into Theatres Des Vampires for the film. He also produced another vampire classic in Byzantium.
Then join us later for our ‘Interview with a Hammer Vampire’ themed Festival Wrap Party at the Bald-Faced Stag just across the road.


The Hammer VampireMark KermodeInterview with a VampireNear DarkStephen Woolley

Vampire Film and Arts Festival Supported By:


VampFestSeton Fill The Land of Dracula International Vampire Film and Arts Festival Garland Stone
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