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Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927)

  When: Friday 30 June: 7.30pm
  How often: Every Friday
  Cost: £7
  Tickets: Buy tickets online
  Email: Classic Cinema Club

Classic Cinema Club of Ealing screens films. We start with a short introduction and after the film have a knowledgeable and lively discussion

Special Offer
Get your ticket for just £6 by ordering online and select "Member Concession" (next to MEMBERS), using the code NORTHOLTCCCE
Or buy on the door and quote NORTHOLTCCCE

May & June theme -- Town & Country
Setting becomes much more than just background in this series of films, which are mainly shot on location in the great outdoors.

Characters pass between the urban and rural to wander, journey, escape and explore.

The marvels and dangers of nature are evoked in stunning landscapes, as distant places become visible to us on screen

Where: Ealing Town Hall, New Broadway
Ealing, London W5 2BY

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
Directed by F.W. Murnau
starring George O’Brien, Janet Gaynor, Margaret Livingston

Silent film with English intertitles

A young couple reaches a crucial crisis in their marriage.

Betting away to the big city gives them an evening of heady pleasures, leaving them and the audience wonderstruck by a funfair and dancehall, evoked through some of the most impressive camera tricks and expressionist photography of the era.

This sensuous and spectacular melodrama was shot by forests, lakes and rivers in California and Oregon, as well as huge studio sets.

It was voted the 5th greatest film of all time in Sight and Sound’s 2012 poll.

Winner of best cinematography, best actress and Best Picture -- Unique and Artistic Production at the first Academy Awards.

Showing with the original Movietone soundtrack, with a synchronized musical score and sound effects

Phone: 020 8991 1163



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