THIS SUMMER
YOU ARE
INVITED TO
STEP ABOARD...












THE
FLOATING
CINEMA


The Floating Cinema, photograph by Jack Hobhouse

The Floating Cinema will be in residence in three locations along the Grand Union Canal in MK throughout the Summer of 2018. An exciting, enticing and engaging film programme of on-board and bankside screenings will explore the importance and meaning of home. From sing-along-a- The Wizard of Oz to High Rise, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

The programme is FREE, but you will need to book tickets to attend each screening, as capacity is limited. On-board screenings have a capacity of 20 people – so book early to avoid disappointment. Bankside screenings are limited to 100 people. You will need to bring your tickets with you – paper copy or on-screen will be fine. More information will be provided when booking tickets.

YES A CINEMA
ON THE CANAL!













WATER EATON
26 JULY---6 AUG

View film programme

CAMPBELL PARK
6---27 AUG

View film programme

STANTON LOW PARK
27 AUG---7 SEP

Programme coming soon

GREAT LINFORD
7---8 SEP

Programme coming soon











WEAVING
THROUGH
THE HEART
OF THE CITY




Alongside the on-board and bankside screenings, the programme also includes;

Drop-in sessions
For those who are curious and keen to find out more, visitors will be able to explore the Floating Cinema at regular drop in sessions, taking place Thursday and Saturday mornings 11am–12noon from Thursday 2 August to Saturday 8 September)

Archive Hour
Evocative archive footage of Milton Keynes through the ages and the stories of the people that have made it their home will be viewable on Friday mornings, taking place at 11am–12noon from Friday 3 August to Friday 31 August.

Activity Booklet
We have also commissioned White Wall Yellow Door to design a very special Floating Cinema Activity Booklet, so our younger audiences can fully explore and enjoy the Cinema, while it is in MK.






The Floating Cinema is an award-winning structure conceived and commissioned by UP Projects and designed by Duggan Morris Architects. A bespoke wide beam barge, it allows artists’ films, independent cinema and archive footage to be presented in public locations along the waterways.

Visit www.upprojects.com for more information.
All photographs courtesy of Up Projects.






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