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Wednesday, 18th September, 2019    
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Dirs: Clive Myer & Lynda Myer-Bennett
Country: UK
Year: 2013
Duration: 104m
Starring: Lucy Black, Paul Currier
Shot nonstop on location over one weekend, The Orchard is an improvised take on the most seen play in the world – Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard. Working with six actors from Shakespeare at The Tobacco Factory the film questions the role(s) and meaning of acting as it interpolates text and theatre into film. Underlying the Chekhov structure is Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author. The script was two pages long. Interestingly, the film won Best Screenplay at the Amsterdam Film Festival!

• Winner: Best Feature Film, Amsterdam Film Festival Van Gogh Screenplay Competition
• Winner: Best Foreign Film, Yosemite International Film Festival, USA
• Official selection: Trenton Film Festival, USA
• Official Selection: Cambridge UK Film Festival
• Official Selection: UnderCannes Film Festival, France
• Official Selection: Mongolian Film Festival
• Award Winning Film of the Indie Gathering Film Festival, Ohio
• Official selection: The Cutting Edge Film Festival

Graham Caveney will be in discussion with Clive and Lynda about the film too.

Clive recently spoke at the bookshop as part of our Radical Film night

One of an occasional series of Five Leaves/Broadway joint events

Tickets: normal Broadway cinema prices apply. Tickets only from Broadway cinema

Note – this event is at Broadway, not the bookshop!