Cannon Hill Park,
Nestling in leafy Cannon Hill Park, mac birmingham is an arts complex with a mission to make art accessible to all. The recently refurbished complex features gallery, theatre and cinema spaces, and offers a busy year-round programme that incorporates music, independent cinema, exhibitions, dance, comedy, spoken word and more.
Wheelchair accessible. We recommend that customers with access requirements book directly through the venue.
Dir: Jean Cocteau (France 1950, 95 mins) Cert: PG Chosen by artist Cornelia Parker for Misspent Youth, two films that play with reality in very different ways. Our main feature is Jean Cocteau’s reJean working of the Orpheus myth, with human candelabras, leather-clad bikers as messengers of Death and post-war France as the Underworld. As […]
Dir: Rolf de Heer with Peter Djigirr (Australia 2006, 91 mins) With: Crusoe Kurddal, Jamie Dayindi Gulpilil Dalaithngu, Richard Birrinbirrin, Peter Minygululu “Once upon a time, far, far, away… No, I’m just fooling.” So begins our narrator as we float above the forests of Australia’s Northern Territories, swiftly setting the tone for this boisterous and […]
Dir: Tony Garnett UK 1980 With: Kate Crutchley, Kim Lockett, Nancy Samuels, Riccardo Mangano Running time: 97 mins Certificate: 18 When Tony Garnett set out to direct his first feature film he already had twenty years experience under his belt as an actor and then as a producer on films including Cathy Come Home and […]