Visions of Time: The Films of Nicolas Roeg

"A film is a magical and mysterious combination of reality, art, science and the supernatural – as well as a gateway to the nature of time, and perhaps even the first clue in solving the puzzle of what we’re doing in this world"

- Nicolas Roeg.

Following the re-release of Don’t Look Now (back on our screens from the 26th July), we’re presenting a season of films showcasing the work of the legendary British director Nicolas Roeg. Join us throughout August and September as we revisit the films of this unique cinematic visionary. From his first solo credit as director, 1971’s Walkabout – a one of a kind survival film set in the Australian outback – to the epic morality saga Eureka. Bold, challenging and provocative, Roeg’s films spanned from fantasy to horror to science fiction, pushing these genres into new and distinctive territory.

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