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Milton Keynes Through The Lens film screening 4th Dec

A film about the history of Milton Keynes compiled from archive footage from 1940s to the present day. This hour-long film shows some unique and entertaining footage of life before the new city was built as well as clips of Milton Keynes in the early days. Next MK through the Lens screening is on Thursday 4th December, 7.30 at the United Reformed Church (URC) High Street, Newport Pagnell, MK16 8HD. Get your tickets by phoning 01908 322568 or email: admin@livingarchive.org.uk

ICMK (the parent organization for MKFN) are looking for volunteers

ICMK (the parent organization for MKFN) are looking for volunteers, to help with the organisation and for specific projects. Roles for volunteers – What will I be asked to do? The sort of things volunteers do at the moment are: Setting up equipment, helping to publicising events, by putting up posters and leaflets and through social networking, dressing-up to help animate a space, sometimes role play! ( if you are up for it) box office duties, dressing spaces, operating projection equipment, assisting with associated workshop activities Friday Film Nights and our SCI-FI Season at MK Gallery: DON’T PANIC! Every Friday ICMK and MK Gallery run FRIDAY FILM NIGHT – A POP-UP screening. DON’T PANIC is a programme of 12 Special Events as part of the

The first Latvian Film Festival in Britain @ Arts Central – 12th-13th Dec!

THE TICKET SALE OF THE FIRST LATVIAN FILM FESTIVAL IN BRITAIN IS NOW OPEN! Organised by Anglo Baltic News (ABN) the Festival offers the latest and greatest in Latvian feature cinema and animation. The proceeds raised through the ticket sale will go to the Shoebox Charity Drive distributing Christmas gifts to disadvantaged children in rural Latvia. The Festival takes place from 12 – 13 December this year: Friday 12 December – full evening ticket – £15 Saturday 13 December – full day ticket – £20 Children’s cartoon programme – £5 (one full evening/day) Call to reserve your tickets, they are going fast: 07823876854. PAYMENT OPTIONS: 1) PayPal – latvianfilmfest@anglobalticnews.co.uk 2) Bank transfer – Sort code: 301553, Acc. Nr: 62166868 (Lloyds) To complete your payment, please

Expanding Horizons – Film & Discussion Workshops with Lu Burnham – 27th Nov

Thursday, November 27, 2014 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Arts Central MK 3rd Floor (South), Station House, Elder Gate, CMK, MK9 1BB Open to all creatives who wish to broaden their thinking, share ideas and watch inspirational videos from TED Talks and RSA Animate…. On Consciousness • Intro talk: Sharing creativity & expanding horizons • Talk 1 • Open discussion • Tea break • Talk 2 • Closing discussion Artists are encouraged to bring along any work related to the theme and to create work during the workshop that has been inspired by the videos.

Milton Keynes Through The Lens introduced by Roger Kitchen

20 November at 19:30 Moorlands centre, Beanhill MK6 4 Milton Keynes £3/£2 conc. For Tickets and more Information please contact admin@livingarchive.org.uk or telephone 01908 322568 This screening will be held at Beanhill Local Centre, Dodkin, Beanhill, Milton Keynes, MK6 4LP This film is produced by Roger Kitchen and Simon Beckett for Living Archive and presented in collaboration with Independent Cinema M. This event is supported with funding from Milton Keynes Community Foundation. The first of two screenings before Christmas of Roger Kitchen’s wonderful compilation of footage, which gives us a unique insight into the history of Milton Keynes over the last 70 years in moving Images – If you didn’t manage to come to the last screening then you are in luck – The next

Beatcheck and ICMK present: Withnail and I (1987) – Nov 27th

27 November at 20:00 The Crown, Stony Stratford MK11 1 Milton Keynes Beatcheck & ICMK join forces once again. This time for a drunken cinematic screening of cult classic black comedy, Withnail & I. For tickets please purchase via Fatsoma – http://www.fatsoma.com/events/113561/“Set in London in the 60’s, two unemployed actors. The elegantly wasted Withnail (Richard E Grant) and anxiety ridden “I” (Paul McGann) drown their frustrations in Booze, Pills, and lighter fluid… They escape the squalor of the flat for a week in the country when things take a turn for the unexpected.“ Taking place on November 27th, the screening will happen in the special location of one of its iconic scenes, The Crown, Market Square, Stony Stratford. Tickets are limited due to the capacity of the

Station X: 1 Day Sci Fi Film Festival at Bletchley Park

Saturday 8th November at 14:00–23:00 Get your tickets here… http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/station-x-sci-fi-tickets-13070535323 Station X at Bletchley Park will be an inspiring, family friendly day of Sci-Fi celebrations, with immersive film screenings and fun for all ages, complete with moon buggies, a crashed spaceship site, and mysterious Sci-Fi sounds echoing throughout the park. The event celebrates the best of Sci-Fi with 14 feature films screening within inspirational locations around the park including the iconic Museum of Computing, WW2 code-breaking huts, the Enigma Cinema and the Teleprinter Hall. Known to those who worked there during WWII as Station X, this is a wonderful opportunity to explore Bletchley Park, once Britain’s Best Kept Secret, and marvel at the places where astonishing achievements were made by the wartime code-breakers who cracked the

Don’t Panic: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2008) + Manga Drawing Workshop

Friday at 17:00–21:00 Show Map MK Gallery 900 Midsummer Boulevard, MK9 3QA Milton Keynes Dir. Mamoru Hosoda / Cert. 12 / 98mins Friday 7 November 2014 7pm / £5 (concessions £3) Pre-book on 01908 676 900 A teenage girl finds that she has the ability to leap through time. With her newfound power, she tries to use it to her advantage, but soon finds that tampering with time can lead to some rather discomforting results. Based on a popular sci-fi novel of the same name, the film has won numerous awards, including the Japan Academy Prize for Animation of the Year (2007). Pre-Screening Workshop: Making Manga with Jade Sarson 5pm / Suitable for ages 13+. Jade Sarson is a Bletchley-based illustrator, writer and comic artist. Jade

DON’T PANIC: The Pauper’s Guide to Sci-Fi Filmmaking

A talk and Q&A with Louis Savy, plus selected short Sci-Fi films Presented in collaboration with MK Film Network Friday 24 October 2014 at 19:30 MK Gallery 900 Midsummer Boulevard, MK9 3QA Milton Keynes 7.30pm / £5 (concessions £3) Pre-book on 01908 676 900 Louis Savy, founder and director of SCI-FI-LONDON Film Festival, will discuss how Sci-Fi films can be made with little or no budget and still be brilliant. Louis started the SCI-FI-LONDON festival 14 years ago as a platform for Science Fiction and Fantastic film – later adding a challenging competition for filmmakers to create 5 minute short only in 48 hours. Today Savy is well known as a producer and marketer for science fiction projects, events and filmmaking.

Win a chance to be the star presenter of Arts Central TV

Arts Central TV Competition Win a chance to be the star presenter of Arts Central TV with a prize worth £395   “This is your chance to master the art of presenting a new and exciting community arts based digital arts web TV channel.  Arts Central is at the hub of some of the most fantastic projects and events happening in Milton Keynes and we need to let the world know what’s happening. We have built a video studio and teamed up with MK News to create a web TV news and information channel with regular news bulletins on ‘what on’ and ‘what’s happened Now’ all we need is a top presenter – and it could be YOU! We are offering a chance for one

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