Film Screenings at Lovebytes 96
The Showroom Cinema. 7 Paternoster Row, Sheffield
4th - 10th May
A selection of films relating to digital techniques and culture on the theme
of 'Yesterday's Future'.
Sat 4th - 2pm / Sun 5th - 4pm
John Lasseter, USA, 1995. The first completely computer generated feature
film and a selection of John Lasseter's award winning short films.
COMPUTER WORLD 3
Sat 4th - 4pm / Sun 5th - 2pm
Film and Video Umbrella's brand new selection of international computer
WORK, REST AND PLAY
Sat 4th - 6pm
Aubrey/Robertson, GB, 1996.
Scottish Cyber road movie featuring an imaginative mix of live action and electronic graphics.
Sat 4th & Sun 5th - 8.30pm / Mon 6th - 4pm)
Kathryn Bigelow, USA, 1995.
A nightmare thriller set on New Year's Eve 1999.
THIEF OF BAGDAD
Mon 6th - 2pm
Michael Powell, USA, 1940.
Hocus Pocus of colour, adventure and special effects.
UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD
Sun 5th - 6pm / Mon 6th - 8pm
Wim Wenders, Ger/Fr/Aus,1991.
Ultimate futuristic road movie.
WATER AND POWER
Tues 7th - 8.30pm (tbc)
Pat O'Neill, USA, 1989.
A fusion of nature and city images, interwoven with special effects plus 2 O'Neill shorts.
L'ANGE + VIDEO VOID + MELIES SHORTS
Wed 8th - 8.30pm
Introduced by Keith Griffiths. L'Ange (Patrick Bokanowski, Fr, 1982) portrays an angel trapped in a Kafkaesque nightmare. Video Void (David Larcher, Fr, 1993) With Georges Melies Faust in Hell and The Impossible Journey(fr, 1904)
OBSESSIVE BECOMING + TANGO
Thur 9th - 8.30pm
Dan Reeves' autobiographical Obsessive Becoming (USA, 1995) is set to become
a landmark work for its inventive use of digital technologies. Tango (Rybczynski,
Pol, 1983) - Oscar winning film dedicated to anti-social madness, rhythm
Fri 10th & Thur 18th - 8.30
Terry Gilliam, USA, 1995.
Complex time travel thriller, based on La Jete - to be shown later in May.
Prices £4.10 / £3.10
Please book early as places are limited
Call The Showroom Cinema BOOKING HOTLINE 0114 275 7727
Most major credit or debit cards accepted.
Cheques should be made payable to Sheffield Media and Exhibition Centre Ltd, for postal bookings.
If you are making a postal booking please confirm that spaces are available first.
LOVEBYTES WOULD LIKE TO THANK the following organisations and friends for their kind support:
The European Regional Development Fund, Yorkshire and Humberside Arts, The Arts Council of England, Photo Arts 2000, Sheffield City Council Arts and Museums, Hull Time Based Arts, Site Gallery, The Showroom Cinema, The Workstation, Red Tape Studios, Creative Review, Sheffield Independent Film, CVC International, Technimode, Apple UK, Windmill - web sites, Keith Griffiths, Sheffield Hallam University, Northern Media School, NatWest Bank, Ultimate Sun Productions Ltd, Commercial & Mercantile Vintners Ltd, Barco, Quadrant Video Ltd, Punters CyberCafe, Sheffield City Council's Department of Employment and Economic Development and McMillan Video.