Thursday 29 August 2013
Brought to you by The Lexi, Nomad Cinema is a roaming pop-up cinema with a difference; 100% of the Nomad's profits go to their chosen charity, The Sustainability Institute in South Africa. Since 2010, The Nomad has earned the reputation as ‘London’s best outdoor cinema’ (Evening Standard), popping up at an inspiring range of beautiful, curious and downright strange screening locations across London and beyond.
More than just providing screenings of great films in appropriately great locations, Nomad events immerse you in the flavour of the film, with added elements such as music, themed decorations, quality catering and a warm friendly welcome…
Explore the beautiful ground of Fulham Palace this summer and experience Nomad Cinema at its finest. The grounds of the Palace originally covered more than 30 acres, though today only 12 acres remain. The Palace also boasts the longest moat in England. The allotments planted during the war still survive; many are still in use, allowing local people to grow their own vegetables, fruit and flowers. A real community hub is South London, Fulham Palace is a unique spot to watch Nomad's classic film screenings.
Often revered as Woody Allen’s most three dimensional and tender comedy, this beautiful and hilarious film scores the triumphs and troughs of the relationship between comedy writer Alvy Singer (Allen) and Annie Hall (Diane Keaton).
In many ways they are like chalk and cheese, her background being of repressed mid western WASP and his family being rambunctious Brooklyn Jewish, and yet it is their mutual neuroses that bind them together – while simultaneously pulling them apart. Sigh. She is beautiful and fun, he is hilarious – so why is it so hard? Originally to be entitled Anhedonia (the inability to enjoy oneself) this is an insightful and poignant look at relationships in the 70s.