Over the next few weeks, Home will be continuing to host a diverse range of films taking in music, and the work of Pedro Almodóvar. Here’s a taster of what they have coming up …
First up is the season of early Pedro Almodóvar films to accompany the release of Julieta, the Spanish director’s new film, which opens Friday, 26 August. Home will be screening Dark Habits (1983), preceded by a one-hour intro from Carmen Herrero, Head of Spanish at Manchester Metropolitan University, on Saturday 3 Sept; What Have I Done To Deserve This? (1984), on Monday 5 September; Matador (1986) on Tuesday 13 September; Law of Desire (1987) on Saturday 17 September, and the irrepressible Women on the Edge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988) on Monday 19 September.
Home will also host three films to mark the 40th anniversary of punk, with John Lydon’s The Order of Death (1983) on Sunday 4 September; Sid & Nancy (1986) on Sunday 4 September, Tuesday 6 September, and Wednesday 7 September; and the documentary Anarchy! The McLaren Westwood Gang (2015) on Saturday 24 September.
Still on a musical tip, they have Gary Numan: Android in La La Land (2016) on Friday 9 September which will be followed by a Q&A with Rob Alexander, one of the film’s directors.
Finally, they hold a screening of Film As Subversive Art: Amos Vogel and Cinema (2004) on Saturday 10 September, which celebrates the life of Austrian-born film historian and curator, and founder of the world-famous New York Film Festival.
More details on other films coming up at Home can be found at their website
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