BFF21: A Clockwork Orange 135 mins

  • BFF21: A Clockwork Orange
  • BFF21: A Clockwork Orange
  • BFF21: A Clockwork Orange

Screening Sun 7 Nov - Tue 30 Nov at:

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Sunday, 7 November
6:30PM 
Tuesday, 30 November
8:40PM 

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Monday, 8 November
8:30PM 
Sunday, 14 November
7:00PM 

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Sunday, 21 November
6:30PM 

Celebrating its 50th anniversary and presented in a stunning 4K restoration, Stanley Kubrick’s cult classic A Clockwork Orange is a disturbing and thought-provoking sci-fi film adapted from Anthony Burgess’ 1962 novel. In a dystopian future England, sadistic gang leader Alex (Malcolm McDowell) is imprisoned and volunteers for a conduct-aversion experiment, but it does not go as planned.

“A stone-cold classic, no getting around the fact...” Kermode & Mayo's Film Review

WINNER – Venice Film Festival 1972, Pasinetti Award - Best Foreign Film
WINNER – Evening Standard British Film Awards 1972, Best Film, Best Actor
WINNER – Hugo Awards 1972, Best Dramatic Presentation
WINNER – Nastro d’Argento Awards 1973, Best Foreign Director
WINNER – Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards 1972, Best Film
WINNER – New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1971, Best Film, Best Director
NOMINEE – Academy Awards 1972, Best Picture, Best Director, Best Film Editing, Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium
NOMINEE – BAFTA Awards 1973, Best Film, Best Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction, Best Screenplay, Best Film Editing, Best Sound Track
NOMINEE – Golden Globes 1972, Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director, Best Actor - Drama

“With Kubrick's brilliant direction & screenplay (from the novel by Anthony Burgess), astounding visuals, and intriguing themes, the film is an unforgettable cinematic experience that continues to elicit much discussion and analysis.”
The Blu Spot
“There are no passages where we can sit back, listen and admire. The film just hits, and hits hard. It works, as only a master could make it.”
The Times