It has been called the first documentary movie, and 1922’s Nanook of the North is certainly one of the most important and influential films ever made.
Film-maker Robert Flaherty spent a year filming Nanook, and Inuit living in the freezing landscape of the arctic circle, and created one of the most unique and enduring movies ever made.
Film Station is a fortnightly programme of FREE film screenings at Metal, Edge Hill Station, with films being nominated by the audience. This is an informal event that gives an opportunity to watch and discuss good movies in a friendly atmosphere.
Screenings start at 6.30 pm, and will take place in the building on PLATFORM 3. You are welcome to bring your own refreshments.
Please note that seats are limited, so please click here to reserve yours.
We are also looking for short films (max 20 mins) to show before features. Please submit DVD’s, short synopses or web-links to firstname.lastname@example.org or hand them in at a film screening.