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Soundstage is a new and unique regular London-based arts event. Each month, there’ll be a line-up of two special guest interviewees, discussing their popular work and achievements. There’s likely to be a touch of inspiration and advice. Soundstage looks set to be highly appealing to the creative community and beyond. 
The events will take place at The Others, 6 Manor Road, Stoke Newington.www.theothers.uk.com

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Thursday July 9th / Doors at 7pm, starts at 7:30pm, £12.50 

THIS EVENT WELCOMES FILM LEGEND TERRY RAWLINGS, EDITOR OF MANY ACCLAIMED

AND POPULAR FILMS, AND THE EDITOR OF SIGHT & SOUND MAGAZINE, NICK JAMES

TERRY RAWLINGS

Terry Rawlings is a four-time BAFTA-nominated and an Oscar-nominated film and sound editor. He is the editor of Alien, Blade Runner and Chariots of Fire. He began in the film industry in the early sixties as a sound editor. Years later, as an editor, he worked on the popular animation Watership Down, before going on to play a major role in Ridley Scott’s horrific science fiction Alien as its editor. Terry’s work very much shaped Alien as one of the scariest and one of the most suspenseful films of the seventies. He also closely collaborated with Scott on another science fiction classic, Blade Runner, certainly one of the most popular of its genre. His work on Chariots of Fire, one of the most acclaimed British films of all time, gained him an Oscar and a BAFTA nomination.

Terry’s other credits as an editor include Barbra Streisand’s Yentl; Legend, also for Ridley Scott; Pierce Brosnan’s Bond debut, GoldenEye; Alien 3; The Saint; Entrapment and The Phantom of the Opera. As a sound or dubbing editor, he worked on The Great Gatsby, Ken Russell’s classic Women in Love, Isadora, The Devils and Ridley Scott’s debut film, The Duellists.



NICK JAMES

Nick James is the Editor of Sight & Sound, the BFI’s monthly film magazine. He studied at St. Martin’s School of Art and was a singer in various rock bands from the late 1970s until the mid-80s. He joined listings magazine City Limits in 1989 and by 1991 was Film Editor. James has written on film, literature and art for the Guardian, the Observer, the Independent, Vogue (US), Time Out and The Literary Review. He became Sight & Sound’s Editor in 1997.

Thursday August 13th / Doors at 7pm, starts at 7:30pm, £12.50 

THIS MONTH’S EVENT WELCOMES LEADING FILM PRODUCER IAIN SMITH AND CLARE BINNS, PICTUREHOUSE CINEMAS’ PROGRAMMING AND ACQUISITIONS DIRECTOR



IAIN SMITH

Iain Smith is one of the UK’s most established and respected film producers. His credits include the acclaimed and highly successful Mad Max: Fury Road; The Killing Fields; Local Hero; The Mission, The Fifth Element, which he co-produced; Cold Mountain; Children of Men; Entrapment; Wanted, starring Angelina Jolie, and the rebooted film of The A-Team. Iain also produced the recent mini-series of 24: Live Another Day. In the late seventies, he collaborated with renowned producer David Puttnam as location manager on Chariots of Fire. In 1987, he formed Applecross Productions, which he still runs from Pinewood Studios. In 2005, Iain received a BAFTA Scotland award for Outstanding Achievement in Film and in 2008, he was awarded an OBE.


CLARE BINNS

Clare has worked in the cinema industry for 30 years, and joined City Screen / Picturehouse Cinemas in March 2003. Since then, she has become the chain’s Acquisitions & Programming Director. As well as acquiring titles for Picturehouse, Clare is responsible for overall programming policies. Winner of the 2009 WFTV Award for Contribution to the Medium, she is a member of both the London Film Festival Industry Liaison Committee and the BAFTA Learning and Events Committee. Variety named her one of the 25 people driving the London entertainment scene, and she is in The Guardian Film Power 100 list. Picturehouse is a prestigious independent cinema operator with over 20 venues. Independent, art-house and foreign-language films have always been central to their profile. Equally, each of our cinemas is programmed in response to its local audience, and most venues have mainstream blockbusters and quality crossover titles in the mix.

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Soundstage August 13th Event

£12.50

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Thurs September 10th / Doors at 7pm, starts at 7:30pm, £12.50 

THIS MONTH’S EVENT WELCOMES COMIC BOOK ARTIST DAVE GIBBONS

AND COSTUME DESIGNER JANE PETRIE

DAVE GIBBONS

For forty years, this legendary figure has contributed to comic books and graphic novels that have gained widespread popularity and acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic and beyond. He is perhaps best known for his collaboration with Alan Moore on Watchmen, one of the bestselling comic book series’ of all-time. Dave was a long-term contributor to the British classic 2000AD, which began in 1977. He then worked on Doctor Who Weekly, before illustrating characters for Marvel and DC Comics, including Batman, Superman and Green Lantern. In recent years, Dave collaborated with Mark Millar on Kingsman: The Secret Service, which was adapted as a 2014 film.


JANE PETRIE

In recent years, Jane Petrie has risen to become one of the UK’s most in-demand film costume designers. Her recent work includes the highly acclaimed and BAFTA-nominated ’71, starring Jack O’Connell; Suffragette, starring Meryl Streep; and How I Live Now, directed by Kevin Macdonald. Her other credits include Duncan Jones’ Moon, Andrea Arnold’s Fish Tank, 28 Days Later and Is Anybody There?, starring Michael Caine. Jane’s early career, as a wardrobe assistant, includes The Phantom Menace and Notting Hill.

Soundstage

September 10th Event

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Sunday September 27th / Starts at 4pm, £20

at Picturehouse Central, corner of Great Windmill Street and Shaftesbury Avenue, London 

SOUNDSTAGE PRESENTS THE SHINING WITH PRODUCER JAN HARLAN

THE SHINING Screening

£20.00

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This special screening of The Shining, Stanley Kubrick’s horror classic, thirty-five years since its release, will be followed by an interview with executive producer, Jan Harlan.


The Shining, starring Jack Nicholson, along with Shelley Duvall, was released in 1980. Since then, it has garnered much acclaim and is recognised as one of the greatest horror films of all-time.


Its executive producer, Jan Harlan, began working closely with Stanley Kubrick in 1969 and later became his brother-in-law. He collaborated with the legendary director on five of his films, from Barry Lyndon to A.I.: Artificial Intelligence. Jan directed and produced the acclaimed documentary Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures. At this event’s interview, as well as the making of The Shining, he will discuss his other work and friendship with Kubrick.