Cinema

Saturday, June 17, 7.30pm.

BLOOD MONEY (15) AND DIRECTOR Q&A, PORTHOS FILMS, THE SHOWROOM, UNIVERSITY OF CHICHESTER, PO19 6PF.

From Chichester-based film producers Luke and Edward White, Blood Money is a tense and claustrophobic psychological thriller in which five friends are forced to hole up in a deserted holiday home after a botched robbery. Starring: Ollie Barbieri (Skins), Klariza Clayton (Harry Brown) and 2016 BIFA nominee Scott Chambers (Chicken). Tickets £8. Disabled access.

Monday, July 3, 7pm.

WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT WASTE? TRANSITION CHICHESTER, FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE, PRIORY ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 1NX.

Transition Chichester shows the film Trashed, in which actor Jeremy Irons investigates the global scale and impact of modern society’s wasteful consumerism. The evening includes a discussion session led by Carrie Cort, local activist, whose work for the Purple Community Fund supports families living on dumpsites in the Philippines. Tickets £5; seniors £4; students £3; children free. Disabled access.

 

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