This week at Everyman Cinema in Bristol: 11/05 - 17/05Posted on: 11 May 2018
Film fans: do you have any plans for tonight? Or the upcoming week? If not, take a look at Everyman Cinema's listings: there are some special screenings...
Friday 11th May @ 8 pm: Best F(r)iends + Live Q&A with Greg Sestero
The Room actors Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero have reunited for a embark new drama: Best F(r)iends. The film is an absurd nod to the power of friendship between a young wanderer (Greg Sestero) and a lonely mortician Harvey Lewis (Tommy Wiseau), as the pair embarks on a morbid enterprise selling the gold teeth of Lewis’ deceased customers.
After, you can join Greg Sestero himself for a live Q&A. Get your questions and comments ready!
Sunday 13th May @ 5 pm: A Fistful of Dollars
Want to revisit Clint Eastwood’s first leading-role film? Do it this Sunday evening as the classic 1964 Spaghetti Western film makes a transient reappearance.
The drama evolves from an inner-town conflict between two rivals, in which a mysterious stranger arrives to turn the feud to his advantage. Tensions rise, and battle rumbles beneath.
Friday 11th May - Thursday 17th May: Entebbe
Entebbe is an enthralling political thriller which relays a true story: the 1976 hijacking of an Air France flight. The film stars impressive names such as Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) and Daniel Brühl (Inglourious Basterds).
Operation Entebbe was launched when terrorists landed in Uganda airport as a furious attempt to counteract the seize. The film frames the drama behind the great rescue mission.
From today until next Thursday, you can also catch Amy Schumer in her latest film I Feel Pretty – a fun film about female empowerment – and the latest installment of Avengers: Infinity War.
Tickets are £13.60 (£11.60 concession) and £9.10 for children: purchase here. Everyman Bristol is located at 44 Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS8 2NH. Call them on 0117 403 5261. Keep up to date on their website or Follow on Facebook.
Kate is a second-year Philosophy student at the University of Bristol. Alongside helping to run the online side of the university's independent student newspaper, Kate regularly contributes to music platforms in the city. You can follow Kate on Twitter at @katefhutchison.