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in the olden days…way before we streamed movies from laptops, people who went to the movies would be watching silent films that were brought to life with the music talents of an orchestra. Imagine that.

Hackney PictureHhouse are taking cinema back to the roots of cinematic performance . Its all very powerful stuff. FILMPHONICS gives a whole new dimension to the experience and Upstairs in the Attic at are hosting a series of films. Next month sees the earliest surviving animated feature film Arabian Nights Tales, played out though hand-cut silhouettes. Fancy magic, mystery, monsters and music? Well book your ticket here.

Sun 23rd Mar, 2014, 7:30pm
Hackney Picturehouse, 270 Mare Street, London, E8 1HE