Up in the park, May 5th


Ryan Bingham: Anybody who ever built an empire, or changed the world, sat where you are now. And it's *because* they sat there that they were able to do it.
- Up in the Air

Book your seat for a very cool cinema event in Telegraph Hill this Saturday, as part of the New Cross Film Festival 2012. And if you don't cry during the opening sequence, you are a monster.

9 comments:

Muzz K said...

This makes me VERY happy indeed. One of my favourite Pixars screening in my new neighbourhood. Think I can squeeze it in before DJing at Jam Circus - so what a relief!

I just need a bike now.....

Shame said...

..and a manly tear when we realise that Ellie's adventure was her life with Carl...

THNick said...

STOP RUINING IT WITH SPOILERS. Nick and Shame, take a look at yourselves.

(I cried 3 times the first time I saw it. It's hollywood smaltz but probably the saddest/happiest film I've ever seen. Hmm, might post this as anon)

Gloom said...

Great idea. But what about the weather?

Tamsin said...

It's free - so turn up and see. The latest gen is that if the weather is such to impair people's enjoyment and the planned effect of the side show of floating houses (already made by the NXPL)the event will be postponed to a more auspicious occasion rather than trying to relocate it. With blogs, e-mail lists, twitter and facebook communication is good enough for such a rescheduling to work for most people.

With the Alice in the Common Growth garden the screening was relocated to be shown slightly later at the Cafe Fed only a few minutes walk away but inside. There was a fairly respectable showing of audience as the word was put out through the social media but of the 50 free tickets that had been distributed in advance fewer than half a dozen people turned up. Which was rather disappointing.

Anonymous said...

So anyone knows what happened at Foxberry Road last night? Lots of ambulances / police.

Anonymous said...

Lou exploded, bile everywhere.

Faux Berry said...

What time and which end?

Anonymous said...

Very good. Well done all the organisers - especially for having the courage to proceed when the weather was not a perfect as one might have hoped and for supplying hot soup and sasparilla to compensate.

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