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50 Screens London Film Festival Screenings

In celebration of its 50th birthday this year the London Film Festival is holding a city wide cinema event involving cinema venues throughout the capital. Entitled 50 Screens, the event will see a selection of surprise films shown at various venues, all starting at 8.30pm on Sunday 29th October. Film fans can wish the London Film Festival a happy 50th birthday and catch a surprise movie in a huge London event.

When

8.30pm, 29th October 2006

Where

Venues across London

Surprise films
50 Screens London Film Festival screenings will present a selection of up to ten surprise films. The films in question will be revealed across the 50 venues on the night, giving film fans throughout London the chance to get involved in true London Film Festival style.

Special venues
In addition to cinema film 50 Screens London Film Festival screenings will also be taking place at a number of special locations including Heathrow Terminal 4, HMP Holloway, St Ethelburga’s Church and St Thomas’ Hospital’s Medicinema.

A night at the movies
Admission to 50 Screens is £5.00 to regular cinema venues, inviting Londoners to turn up and get in on the action. A line up of special guests are expected to introduce the films, promising something that little bit special for audiences on the night.

Simultaneous viewing
50 Screens film screenings will take place simultaneously on the night of Sunday 29th October, due to start at 8.30pm. The event is officially the biggest surprise screening of its kind in the world, guaranteed to be a night to remember.

London Film Festival 2006
This year’s London Film Festival is set to be bigger than ever, with a huge selection of screenings, talks and special events lined up. Expect an eclectic, engaging collection of films from across the globe, screening at venues throughout the capital. For further information on the London Film Festival click here.

50 Screens London Film Festival screenings take place at venues across London on Sunday 29th October, with films due to start at 8.30pm. Tickets are £5.00. Contact the venues direct for ticket information.

For further information and a full list of participating cinemas click here.

Please note: HMP Holloway and St Thomas’ Hospital screenings are not open to the general public. The Heathrow Terminal 4 screening is open only to passengers with valid boarding passes.

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