In celebration of both Black History Month and Halloween, we're paying homage to the influential filmmaker Jordan Peele who's ground breaking films paved the way for a new era of Black horror. Nope embraces a predominantly Black cast in a "flying saucer movie," that pushes horror genre boundaries.Emerald (Keke Palmer) and OJ (Daniel Kaluuya) are sibling caretakers of a horse ranch based out of a lonely gulch in inland California. When the pair stumble upon an uncanny and chilling discovery one night, they find themselves and the gulch’s residents exposed to a mysterious force that seems to affect both human and animal behaviour.
We are also delighted filmmaker and digital artist Grier Iana will introduce her new short-film 'The Watchers' at our October Film Screening.
Grier Iana's short film is supported through Sydenham Arts' START: Creative Futures Micro-Grant programme, and she will be taking us through some of her creative processes, ideas and inspirations.
TICKETS - £6.50
All our film screenings will be following the very latest government guidance on Covid-19 safety, and as new announcements are made we will ensure you are kept up to date with the latest guidance for attending our screenings.
Please respect others and maintain social distancing wherever possible.
Film screenings take place at The Sydenham Centre, 44a Sydenham Road, SE26 5QX.
Doors open 7pm, Film Screening starts 7.30pm.
Traditional Guinness punch and other refreshments and bar are available at the venue!