paper-jam presents Leamington Underground Cinema
Film // Jim // 28th March 2011
In an unaccountably exciting move, paper-jam is making the move from the virtual, internet world to the actual, physical, visceral universe that you are sat in now. Sort of like Kelly Le Brock in Weird Science.
Anyhow, the reason for this unprecedented development is the leap into the multimedia omniverse represented by the production of the very first paper-jam film, The Toilet Story. An epic comedy filmed in Leamington Spa's very own Clarendon public house and starring an array of local talent the likes of which has not seen anywhere round here since Shakespeare realised that putting on the odd bit of theatre was a fairly good way of trying to get off with girls.
In addition to the world premiere of this eight minute spectacular, a whole film-centric event has been planned out and will be hosted at Leamington's foremost popcorn emporium, the Apollo cinema at 8pm on Thursday 19th May.
Leamington Underground Cinema will be a night of cult short films, the afore-mentioned premiere and the finest film quiz this side of Bollywood, all in the company of compere without compare Jon Kennedy. More details will be carefully leaked prior to the event, but be assured that the content is going to be amusing, unusual and just very slightly wrong, so no under 18s I am afraid.
Tickets for this unique event are a mere five quid and can be purchased from the Star and Garter, the Clarendon - or by tracking me down and shoving your filthy lucre at me.