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Stand Up Cinema: Godzilla


Godzilla (Ishirô Honda, 1954). A 164-foot-tall monster reptile with radioactive breath is revived, thanks to nuclear testing. It goes on a mad rampage, destroying Tokyo - can it be stopped? Should it be killed? Japanese science fiction kaiju film at its best, directed byIshirô Honda. Since its release, Godzilla has been regarded not only as one of the best giant monster films ever made but an important cinematic achievement. In 2015 Variety named it one of the "10 Best Monster Movies of All-Time".

To coincide with Science Week the film will be accompanied by a talk organised by the British Science Association, which will touch on the environment and future uses of nuclear energy.

Short films 7.30pm, main feature 8pm

Entry £5 (any film) or enjoy our new annual membership which allows admittance to all films for just £10 (including entry to all Make it Visual Workshops).

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