Panique Au Village (Par Bicyclette)

Panique Au Village (Par Bicyclette)

@ Pop-up Cinema
Portabello Road (under the Westway)
W10 5TY

Sunday 31st July 2011
Doors open – 7.30pm / Film starts 8pm

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*Please make sure you bring a portable FM radio with you as the film’s audio will be via radio transmission.

The InTRANSIT Festival is an exciting arts event which take place once a year and??transform the streets, parks and public places of Kensington and Chelsea into a riotous feast of culture.

We will be debuting our new Cycle-In Cinema, powered by not 5, not 10 but 20 bikes!?? Arrive by bicycle, hook in and be part of this once-in-a-lifetime launch party.?? We’ll be screening the fantastic Panique Au Village – powered by you (see below for a review) and we’re having a bit of a knees up afterwards.

This unusual feature (a French-Belgian-Luxembourgian co-production) stylistically recalls the work of Art Clokey (Gumby, Davey and Goliath), with its lead cast consisting entirely of stop motion-animated children’s toys. The premise concerns two such toys — Cowboy (St?? (C)phane Aubier) and Indian (Bruce Ellison) — who plan to buy a birthday gift for their friend Horse (the voice of Vincent Patar) but accidentally destroy his house. A series of wacky, often hallucinatory adventures ensues that finds the trio journeying to the center of the earth, wandering across icy tundra and discovering a strange aquatic world inhabited by oddball beings with pointed heads. - Read the full review at Rotten Tomatoes

PLUS A massive thankyou to Colin at Electric Pedals for saving the day and lending us some stands for the screening.?? It’s an Electric Revolution!

For full listings and more information??see the InTRANSIT Festival 2011 brochure

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