Films on Fridges


Pieces of bizarre landmark and sculpture known locally as Fridge Mountain, Europe’s old Largest fridge waste site that occupied the fringes of East London’s industrial landscape in Hackney Wick and Fish Island have recently been recovered by social space consultancy duo Matt and Linsey of Scout Ltd.  Collaborating with a team of architects from London’s Metropolitan University, remnants of the 20 ft sculpture have been transformed into a temporary pop-up cinema screen scheduled to air Wednesday July 27th 2011 at 8pm.  Tickets are available to buy below and online and chances to experience a remarkable take on the delivery of open aired cinema are for a limited period only.

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Wednesday July 27, 2011

Rocky (1976)
A small time boxer gets a once in a lifetime chance to fight the heavyweight champ in a bout in which he strives to go the distance for his self-respect.
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Thursday July 28, 2011

Fire in Babylon (2010)
Feature documentary about the great West Indies cricket team of the 1970's/80's.
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Friday July 29, 2011

What Have You Done Today
Mervyn Day (1976)
We our proud to announce that we will be partnering with the Floating Cinema for the opening night of the Hackney Wicked Festival. An outdoor screening of this acclaimed, locally-shot film with an appearance from Bob Stanley of St Etienne. The Telegraph Newspaper calls the film, 'A hymn to the East End.'
SOLD OUT

Saturday July 30, 2011

Pelada (2010)
UK Premiere of this acclaimed documentary following one game over 25 countries. Away from professional stadiums, bright lights, and manicured fields, there’s another side of football. Presented in partnership with Braziliality.
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Thursday August 4th, 2011

Victory (1981)
Allied POWs take on the German National football team in WWII Paris while the French resistance plans the team's escape.
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Friday August 5th, 2011

Breaking Away (1979)
Academy Award Winner for Best Original Screenplay. A small-town American obsessed with cycling vies for the affections of a girl while being pressured by his parents to go to college. Classic coming-of-age sports film.
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Saturday August 6th, 2011

Cool Runnings (1993)
Inspired by the true story of the 1988 Jamaican bobsled team's struggle to compete in the 1988 Olympic Games. Cool Runnings stars John Candy as the team's coach in this Disney comedy. Who doesn't love an underdog?
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Sunday August 7th, 2011

Pumping Iron (1977)
Before being the Terminator, a Kennedy in-law, or his tenure as the Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger was a bodybuilder. See Arnold in this surreal pseudo-documentary following bodybuilders in California as they prepare to compete in the 1975 Mr Olympia and Mr Universe. Vintage Governator at his finest.
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Wednesday August 10th, 2011

East End Shorts Night
In partnership with the East End Film Festival, Films on Fridges is pleased to present the East End Shorts Night, and evening of original shorts screened at the festival this spring.
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Thursday August 11th, 2011

Rio Breaks (2009)
In partnership with our media partner, Little White Lies, Films on Fridges is thrilled to present Rio Breaks. This wonderful documentary explores the lives of two Brazillian boys as they balance their lives between home in the favela, and their favourite surfing beach where they perfect their art.
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Friday August 12th, 2011

Slapshot (1977)
Paul Newman stars as the coach of a failing small-town ice hockey team that resorts to on-ice thuggery to win games and prevent the sale of of the team. A farcical look at minor league hockey.
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Saturday August 13th, 2011

Chariots of Fire (1981)
The Films on Fridges Finale ends with perhaps the most iconic of sports films. Join us August 13th for Chariots of Fire, winner of four Academy Awards including Best Picture.
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~ by smokehousegallery on July 12, 2011.

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