STOW FILM LOUNGE
Waltham Forest’s independent repertory mobile cinema based in Walthamstow, East London
We screen the films you missed, the ones you love and the ones you may not have heard of. Our aim is to provide a more relaxed, personalised and bespoke cinema experience with a licensed bar, post-film Q&As, DJs, live music and karaoke. We also promote emerging film-making talent by screening their work. Our public screenings are for grown-ups and children, which includes our party package option.
We offer private cinema hire both corporate and individual at a venue of your own choosing.
We are also able to create film content for clients and have cultivated a range of projects. So why not get in touch with us to discuss your requirements.
WE CONTINUE OUR WILD CARD BREWERY SCREENINGS
THE TRICYCLE THIEF RETURNS AT GNOME HOUSE
40th ANNIVERSARY SCREENING OF ALIEN
BOROUGH OF CULTURE PLANNING
NICK’S NEXT BBC RADIO LONDON GUEST APPEARANCE
Our screenings at Wild Card Brewery continue with the criminally overlooked LEAVE NO TRACE on Thursday 28th Feb. As an addition to the evening’s programme we are delighted to be screening a brand new Walthamstow-set short film drama directed by acclaimed actress Claire Holman and starring Emmy award-winning Anna Calder-Marshall.
We are delighted to announce our return to Gnome House to screen our own feature film THE TRICYCLE THIEF (Marcus Shepherd, 2018). Following a sell-out premiere before Christmas and due to popular demand we will once again witness the power of children’s networks to foil grown ups.
Later in the evening we will be screening the multi-nominated COLD WAR (Pawel Pawlikowski, 2018, Cert 15). As a follow up to his previous film IDA this is another extraordinary film from a film maker at the top of his game.
We told you we had more exciting plans for future screenings at the Wild Card Brewery sites and here is our first one for the newly refurbished Ravenswood Industrial Estate site! Our 40th anniversary screening of ALIEN (Ridley Scott, 1979, Cert 18)
We are involved in a great deal of Borough of Culture activity currently. We aren’t able to tell you about it yet but we will the moment we can! As well as some more longstanding collaborations we would like to thank those individuals and companies who have contacted us recently about working together. Let’s hope these events come off as they will be spectacular.
Nick’s next appearance as a regular guest on BBC London 94.9FM Saturday morning breakfast show is on 9th March. He will be on air at 8.45 discusing films and cinema in general. With the award season in full swing I am sure he will touch on the subject.