Summer Screen at Somerset House : 27 July – 7 August 2011


Wednesday 27 July 2011. The Skin I Live In: UK Premiere (TBC) After gracing us with Broken Embraces in 2009, Spanish master Pedro Almodovar returns to Somerset House with another sexy and subversive tale. This melodrama has more than a hint of danger – not to mention some flamboyantly creepy touches – as Antonio Banderas plays a plastic surgeon who hides some very dark secrets behind a seemingly perfect façade.

Running Time: 116min

Tickets on public sale Thursday 9 June.

The Skin I Live In

Film4 Summer Screen, London’s most beautiful open-air cinema, returns to The Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court at Somerset House for 2011. A highlight of the city’s summer calendar, the twelve-day series features everything from UK premieres to cult action thrillers, romantic comedies to film classics – all showing on a state-of-the-art screen with full surround sound.

It’s more than just the movies: arrive early, come and picnic in the magnificent Somerset House courtyard while DJs play, or attend one of the fascinating companion events as part of Behind the Screen with BAFTA. All this before the sun dips down, the stars come out and the projector starts rolling for the cinematic event of the summer.

Doors open 18.30, DJs from 19.30 and films start at 21.15. Rugs and cushions are available to buy or bring your own.

Tickets:
All screenings except Double Bills, Triple Bills and Opening Night: £14.50 + booking fee
Double Bills, Triple Bills and the Opening Night : £18.00 + booking fee

Tickets on public sale Thursday 9 June.

> Click here for general information.

BEHIND THE SCREEN with BAFTA

Peek Behind the Screen for some special insights into film at Somerset House. This series of talks accompanies Film4 Summer Screen and is your chance to hear directors, actors and industry insiders from this year’s programme illuminate the films, in animated and interesting discussions. The talks last approximately one hour and guests are invited to enjoy a complimentary drink before hand in the Behind the Screen bar. After the talk, big screen ticket holders are given access to an exclusive area in the courtyard to enjoy the film. Be sure to book ahead, all events have limited capacity.

Tickets (inc. complimentary pre-talk drink): £10.00 + booking fee

Guests holding tickets for the main film screening will be given access to an exclusive area in the courtyard after the talk.

Tickets on public sale Thursday 9 June.

> Click here to for the full Behind the Screen programme.

FILMS SHOWING:
The Skin I Live In: UK Premiere
The Skin I Live In: UK Premiere (TBC)
Wednesday 27 July 2011
The Spy Who Loved Me
The Spy Who Loved Me (PG)
Thursday 28 July 2011
The Big Blue
The Big Blue (15)
Friday 29 July 2011
Die Hard / Attack The Block
Die Hard (18) / Attack The Block (15)
Saturday 30 July 2011
The Apartment
The Apartment (PG)
Sunday 31 July 2011
Thelma & Louise
Thelma & Louise (15)
Monday 1 August 2010
Chinatown
Chinatown (15)
Tuesday 2 August 2011
In The Mood For Love
In The Mood For Love (PG)
Wednesday 3 August 2011
Scott Pilgrim vs The World
Scott Pilgrim vs The World (12A)
Thursday 4 August 2011
Serpico / Shaft
Serpico (18) / Shaft (15)
Friday 5 August 2011
Gremlins / Troll Hunter / Tremors
Gremlins (15) / Troll Hunter (TBC) / Tremors (15)
Saturday 6 August 2011
The Princess Bride
The Princess Bride (PG)
Sunday 7 August 2011
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