Future Cinema

Review: Future Cinema's Ghostbusters

Charlotte Skeoch | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Entertainment
Charlotte Skeoch

From impressive set pieces, splatting green goo down the walls of a swanky building, to the interactive screenings for paranormal activity, and the gin-laced slushies to keep the child inside happy, Future Cinema cultivates its immersive experience with sassy panache, stylish flair and sparkling efficiency.

PICTURES: Hackney Transformed Into 'Dirty Dancing' Haven

The Huffington Post UK | Sarah Dean | Posted 02.09.2013 | UK Entertainment

Over 12,500 'Dirty Dancing' fans dressed up in their finest 1960's American holiday garb to show their love for the iconic eighties film at an outdoor...

The Other Cinema Presents La Haine at Broadwater Farm - Review

Hanna Flint | Posted 05.07.2012 | UK Entertainment
Hanna Flint

Look left, a heavyweight boxer dances in the corner to the rhythm of his every punch. Look up; a young artist sketches the grandiose image of angel wings onto a scaffold canvas. Listen, to the voice of the disillusioned youth through the spoken words of a blinged up poet.

Give a Little Love to Bugsy Malone: Future Cinema Presents Fat Sam's Grand Slam - Review

Hanna Flint | Posted 10.06.2012 | UK Entertainment
Hanna Flint

Both Future and Secret Cinema have built a growing international following for their live cinematic productions. Through their niche events you have the chance to see a bevy of cult classics, and at the same time, become immersed into the celluloid world.

Review - Future Cinema's Bugsy Malone

Charlotte Skeoch | Posted 07.06.2012 | UK Entertainment
Charlotte Skeoch

Future Cinema's immersive take on cult film Bugsy Malone has come to town, and it would be a challenge of monumental proportions to find a better Easter activity for the whole family, even if a vat of Easter chocolate accompanied it.

The Secret to the Future of Cinema?

Amah-Rose McKnight-Abrams | Posted 23.01.2012 | UK Entertainment
Amah-Rose McKnight-Abrams

Although many of us may want to, we cannot heal the world's problems in the next week or so. But to making aspects of culture which are seen as a western luxury available across the world is something which can bring light in, which is a start.