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31 July 2011 One Comment
If you’re looking for a different cinema experience to that of your local Vue or Odeon then get yourself down to Miniciné at Leeds Armley Mills. Within a stone’s throw of the Kirkstall leisure complex (always thought that term sounded a little Orwellian) and typically taking place on the last Thursday of every month, Miniciné is, as the name suggests, an intimate twist on a typical night at the movies.
Set in the smallest cinema in the north of England, preceeded by tea & cake (this is when we knew it was evening made for us) and showcasing perhaps lesser well-known films as well as thought-provoking shorts, Miniciné is a great night for any cinephile.
The next screening is on 25th August with the main feature being Peter Watkins’ pseudo-documentary Punishment Park and the short Bottled Life, an experimental short film from local student Josh Tucker.
For more information and tickets visit the Miniciné website or talk to organiser Mike McKenny on Twitter
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