Silo Cinema

2017 Programme
3 November, 2016

Silo Cinema is back for their sixth season with a brand new selection of films. Pick your favourites from the programme below and start planning out your Friday nights down at Silo Park this summer.

Friday 24 February
The Gods Must Be Crazy

Set in the Kalahari Desert, this 1981 box-office hit is a story of a Bushman and a Coca-Cola bottle. Dropped from a passing plane, the foreign object causes fighting amongst the villages, until the tribal leader decides it must be returned and embarks upon a journey to the ‘end of the world’. 

Friday 3 March
The Best of Bill

Bill Murray films have been a staple at Silo Park over the years and this year’s choice will come down to you. It will be a fight to the finish between 1993 box office hit Groundhog Day, the animated sports comedy Space Jam, Wes Anderson’s Rushmore and Sofia Coppola’s award –winning Lost in Translation. Head over to their Facebook page and cast your vote.

Friday 10 March
The Monkey King

Based on the classic Chinese fairy tale Journey to the West, The Monkey King follows the adventures of Sun Wukong as he rebels against the Jade Emperor of Heaven.

Film is rated M for Violence and Offensive Language.

Friday 17 March 2017
Thelma and Louise

Don’t miss this 90s classic thanks to Benefit Cosmetics which follows the road tripping adventure of two best friends which starts out as a good hearted weekend away before quickly heading down the path into explosive drama and action.

Film is rated M for Violence and Offensive Language.

Friday 24 March
Amy

Through archival footage and personal testimonials this intriguing documentary presents an intimate and heart breaking portrayal of singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse.

Film is rated M for drug use, offensive language and content that may disturb.

Friday 31 March
People’s Choice

Get together with your friends and family and cast your vote for the final screening at this year’s Silo Cinema.

Four great movies are on offer including the blockbuster Jurassic Park, teen comedy Clueless, comedy adventure The Goonies and 2016’s remake of Ghostbusters.  

There's plenty more exciting Silo Park summer announcements to come, so keep an eye out on our Facebook page for updates over the next few months.