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Back to Ours Picturehouse – NORTH
May 29 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm£2.50
Hull Independent Cinema and Back to Ours present Picturehouse – NORTH
Featuring Song of the Sea and Kubo and the Two Strings
Hull Independent Cinema is proud to deliver the Picturehouse programme as part of the May 2018 Back to Ours Festival. Back to Ours is all about bringing a diverse range of art and culture events to community venues around Hull and really getting people involved, and Picturehouse is no exception. From Tuesday 29 May to Thursday 31 May our Picturehouse programme will visit three venues in different parts of the city. At each venue we’ll screen two films, each accompanied by a fantastic range of arts and crafts activities suitable for all the family.
Our venues this time around are Winifred Holtby Academy (29 May), The Octagon Centre (30 May) and The Freedom Centre (31 May). At each venue we’ll be showing two spellbinding animated films, Song of the Sea (event starts 11am) and Kubo and the Two Strings (event starts at 2pm). More details about each film are below. Please note that each film is a separate ticketed event, so if you want to go to both films at your local venue you’ll need to buy tickets for both. But at only £2.50 per ticket we’re sure you’ll agree that it’s a fantastic bargain.
More information and tickets
You can read more about the Back to Ours Festival on their website. Book tickets for all our Picturehouse screenings and every other Back to Ours Festival event via Hull Box Office online or by calling 01482 221113. Tickets will also be available to buy on the door at each screening.
Song of the Sea – 11am event start
The story of the last Seal Child’s journey home. After their mother’s disappearance, Ben and Saoirse are sent to live with Granny in the city. When they resolve to return to their home by the sea, their journey becomes a race against time as they are drawn into a world Ben knows only from his mother’s folktales. But this is no bedtime story; these fairy folk have been in our world far too long. It soon becomes clear to Ben that Saoirse is the key to their survival.
Discover the secrets of great story-telling, why stories of the past empower our heroes and how a sidekick can save the day. Join us for a range of story-telling activities including making your own sidekick character in our animation workshop before sitting down to watch Ben and Saoirse undertake the important quest of freeing the fairies from ancient spirits in this beautiful piece of Irish animated film-making.
Song of the Sea is rated PG (Parental Guidance) for “mild threat”. See the BBFC website for more details.
Kubo and the Two Strings – 2pm event start
Kubo mesmerizes the people in his village with his magical gift for spinning wild tales with origami. When he accidentally summons an evil spirit seeking vengeance, Kubo is forced to go on a quest to solve the mystery of his fallen samurai father and his mystical weaponry, as well as discover his own magical powers.
A tale of a young boy on a quest to defeat vengeful spirits from the past. Kubo, the hero, has a remarkable skill; what would yours be? Join us for activities exploring the power of music, the secrets of paper, and make your own hero in our animation workshop, before delving into the thrilling story of Kubo and the Two Strings.
Kubo and the Two Strings is rated PG (Parental Guidance) for “mild fantasy violence and scary scenes”. See the BBFC website for more details.