01603 625145
info@cinemacityeducation.org.uk
Join us on the last Friday of the month for our afternoon film theory sessions. An informal introduction to a variety of themes, films and directors. Free tea and biscuits are included in the session price.
We also encourage the group to attend a morning screening at Cinema City, with an opportunity to discuss the films as part of the afternoon session. Concessionary attendees are invited to take advantage of the Picturehouse Silver Screen club, a free membership which will give them a cheap rate to any of the weekday morning screenings, please ask at the Cinema City box office for more details.
If you would like to make an enquiry about our range of courses, or be added to our mailing list then please contact info@cinemacityeducation.org.uk or call the Cinema City Education team on 01603 625145.
Current Programme
31Mar

A Brief History of Hollywood

Discover how American cinema became the Hollywood studio system and how it shaped the films produced.

From 1.30pm until 4.30pm

At The Colman Room, Cinema City Norwich

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28Apr

"The Women Who Knew Too Much!"

Explore legendary director Alfred Hitchcock's obsession with his leading ladies.

From 1.30pm until 4.30pm

At The Colman Room, Cinema City Norwich

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26May

Marilyn Monroe: Screen Icon

Over fifty years after her death, why does Marilyn Monroe still fascinate movie fans? A look at the career of this most legendary of film stars.

From 1.30pm until 4.30pm

At The Colman Room, Cinema City Norwich

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30Jun

Woody Allen: Love and Other Neuroses

Woody Allen remains one of the most prolific and individual of directors. Focusing on his early films, this session will explore his influences, leading ladies, love of New York and, most of all, his humour.

From 1.30pm until 4.30pm

At The Colman Room, Cinema City Norwich

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28Jul

Ingmar Bergman: Love and Torment

One of the towering figures of world cinema, Ingmar Bergman has a reputation for making films that are intense and deeply depressing. But how true is this, and how relevant are his films today?

From 1.30pm until 4.30pm

At The Colman Room, Cinema City Norwich

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