DukeFest returns to The Prince Charles Cinema + King & Queen pub (31 JUL to 03 AUG 2022).
DukeFest returns with 4-nights of strange & unexpected films, shorts, clips, trailers & TV oddities from around the world at The Prince Charles Cinema + King & Queen pub in Fitzrovia (31 JUL to 03 AUG 2022).
Submitted by The Duke Mitchell Film Club
- DukeFest 2022: The Return
- 31 JUL to 03 AUG 2022 // The Prince Charles Cinema + King & Queen pub
- Tickets: £11-14 at The PCC / £FREE! at King & Queen // BOOKING NOW!
After a forced hiatus (you know, ?…), The Duke Mitchell Film Club returns with their DukeFest, offering a program “stuffed to the gills with celluloid madness”. From a Cannes festival favourite to NY Public Access TV, the four-day bonanza “celebrates the madness of cinema in every possible format” across two London venues: The Prince Charles Cinema & King & Queen pub in Fitzrovia.
The Prince Charles plays host to the opening night screening of Jean-Christophe Meurisse’s BLOODY ORANGES, “the most transgressive, outrageous and in-your-face black comedy of the last few decades” (31 JUL 20:30), followed by Waris Hussein’s THE POSSESSION OF JOEL DELANEY which also serves as a book launch for author and filmmaker Sean Hogan’s latest work of metafiction, Twilight’s Last Screaming (03 AUG 20:20).
You can dive deeply into the festival’s free content at King & Queen with Alex’s Mystery Show and Evrim presents: 15-Years Of The Duke (01 AUG), followed by Secret Society: The Zircon Affair, The Best of the Worst of Evrim’s Favourites, and The New York Public Access Show – Part 2 (02 AUG). Full programme details on the festival’s website.
DukeFest returns with 4-nights of strange & unexpected films, shorts, clips, trailers & TV oddities from around the world (31 JUL to 03 AUG 2022).
ALSO BOOKING NOW!
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