Film: After Hours

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Martin Scorsese, 1985 (15)

This season, our film programme, The Screen at Contemporary, presents 24 Frames: the films and influences of Martin Scorsese.

In Scorsese’s black comedy, we follow a New Yorker over the course of a night, that goes from dark to absurd and back again. This was Scorsese return to more paired down filmmaking after bigger budget films – it’s a rare chance to see 1980s downtown New York in its grubby glory. With influences ranging from Keaton, Fellini and early Kubrick, this is one to relish.

Also following a single character over the space of a few hours, through their own personal odyssey, we will be screening Cleo from 5 to 7 on Wed 11 Mar, 6.30pm.

£5 per ticket, or any five tickets for £20