The Cinémathèque is screening a season of films by two-time Palme d’Or winner Ken Loach. Delano has pairs of tickets for the film of your choice in January.
One of Britain’s most important film makers of the last 50 odd years, Ken Loach is being celebrated at the Cinémathèque with a comprehensive retrospective season over the next two months.
January’s programme features the film that made Loach a household name, 1969’s coming of age drama “Kes” (photo), as well as another film based on a book by “Kes” author Barry Hines, “Looks and Smiles”, which won Loach the young cinema award at the 1981 Cannes festival. A couple of lesser known early films such as abortion drama “Family Life” and period children’s adventure film “Black Jack” are also on the programme.
And two of his most popular and accessible films, Northern Ireland political thriller “Hidden Agenda” starring Frances McDormand and Brian Cox, and social comedy “Riff-Raff” starring a young Robert Carlyle and Ricky Tomlinson.
To win a pair of tickets to the film of your choice, enter the contest below.