In the next in our series of posts where we look at streaming content that gives back to London’s indie venues, we head north to ArtHouse Crouch End.
One lovely North London indie cinema we haven’t visited in way too long (and we can’t just blame COVID-19 for that…), is ArtHouse Crouch End. We’ve just been re-reading some of the content we created from their venue for a future project, so it seems a good time to check out what’s streaming from there to help you continue to support what they do during lockdown 3.0.
As is now usual with these things, you get a selection of new releases from different distributors/services, pay your online rental and get 48hrs to stream your choice. What makes this way better than your monthly Netflix direct debit is that a percentage of the rental fee goes directly to the venue. Stream meaningfully if you can.
If you don’t like any of the titles listed below, ArtHouse has got a fabulous offer on annual memberships right now, with two years for the price of one. That gives you 4 free tickets and 10% off all other tickets once you’ve burned through that little lot. If you’re coupled, you can get a joint membership for £80 with 8 free tickets, 2 cards and the same ongoing discounts.
Members get a bunch of other perks (including an incredible 40% off booze…) and they’ve got an all you can eat option for the truly ravenous. Why not treat someone you love and support an amazing indie? Click HERE to find out more. ArtHouse not your local? We’ve got all the others listed HERE.
Quick links to the venue/box office.
WHITE COLOUR BLACK
d. Joseph A. Adesunloye, 2016/UK
Leke, a young successful photographer (Dudley O’Shaughnessy), lives a hedonistic lifestyle in London, but things change when he learns his estranged father has died in Senegal.
WATCH NOW on Vimeo from Peccadillo Pics (£8.99)
d. Kevin Lewis, 2021/USA
Nic Cage takes on a set of violent animatronic amusement park mascots in this action packed, nail-biting tale of terror that will take you on the ride of your life! (> main featured image)
WATCH NOW at Modern Films (£9.99)
EYE OF THE STORM
d. Anthony Baxter, 2021/UK
Widely recognized as one of Britain’s finest landscape artists, James Morrison’s work hangs in museums and private collections around the world. But in the twilight of his life, James loses his eyesight and with that, his ability to see the landscape as others couldn’t. As Morrison reflects on his remarkable artistic journey, he also attempts one final masterpiece.
PRE-ORDER NOW released 05 MAR on Modern Films (£7.99)
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