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What's OnThe W Film Club: A Monthly Cinematic Journey at W London

W London presents the launch of their brand new monthly event series - the W Film Club!

  • Dates 10/05/2023
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Lights, camera, action - this is your chance to be part of an exclusive cinematic journey in the heart of London's iconic Leicester Square.

Partnering with the innovative Dartmouth Films, the W Film Club promises to take you on a captivating voyage through the world of film and cinema. Each month, you'll be transported to a new realm of cinematic wonders, from short films to documentaries and everything in between.

The Screening Room at W London has been designed to provide the ultimate movie-watching experience. With luxurious reclining velvet chairs, ambient lighting and the latest projection technology, you'll feel like a Hollywood star. The intimacy of the venue creates a cosy atmosphere that is perfect for immersing yourself in the magic of the movies.

And that's not all! Each screening will be followed by a Q&A session with the filmmakers, giving you the chance to delve deeper into the art of cinema and discover the stories behind the films.

The first instalment of the W Film Club is set to kick off on 10th May with a screening of Antidote, the latest short film from British filmmaker, Marc Silver. Explore the ancestral relationship between Indigenous shamans and the Amazon rainforest, its spirit world and curing traditions in this powerful exploration.

But that's just the beginning! In June, W London will showcase Dartmouth Film's latest documentary, A Crack in the Mountain. Directed by Alastair Evans, the documentary investigates the challenges of modern-day exploration, environmental conservation and sustainability.

Book your tickets now for an unforgettable experience at W London's Screening Room!

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