Vintage Mobile Cinema Programmes


on tour.2Roll up, roll up! The Vintage Mobile Cinema starts its Black Country Tour tomorrow as part of the Home of Metal Roadshow (1-4 September). Visiting Wolverhampton, Dudley, Walsall and Cradley Heath, the Vintage Mobile Cinema is a 22-seat picturehouse on wheels that has been restored to its former glory. Come aboard and watch archival and Heavy Metal related short films for FREE!

Detailed programmes are below.

Vintage Mobile Cinema Programme
Thursday 1 September
Queen Square, Wolverhampton

15:00    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min
Five Scottish lads, aged 10 to 13, get ready for a public performance with their heavy metal band, “Hatred.” They rehearse, fire their bass player, audition for a new one, make a CD at a recording studio, and appear at a family fun day. Humorous documentary from British director, Chris Waitt. Repeated at 19:20. 

15:35    Roots of Metal – 25min
The industrial landscape of the West Midlands is often credited as one of the factors which helped shape the sound of heavy metal, and you’ll find plenty of sparks flying in this selection of archive film and television. Repeated at 18:40.

16:10    Home of Metal – 20min
Originally screened on Channel 4 in the early 90s, Motorcity Music Years (dir. Jonnie Turpie), is a documentary celebrating Birmingham as the ‘UK city of music’. This will be followed by Home of Metal (dir. Daniel Bougourd, 2011), a 10 minute Sky Arts documentary charting the Home of Metal project from conception.

16:40    Monsters of Rock Montage, 1980 to 1996 (ed. Media Archive of Central England) – 17min
A montage of news reports from ATV Today and Central News East, the East Midlands’ regional news magazine on ITV, showing the preparations for the Monsters of Rock Festival at Donnington from 1980 to 1996.

18:10    Craftsmen in the Making: Lucas Apprentice Film – 20min
Produced by the Advertising Department of Joseph Lucas Limited, Birmingham, this video is an interesting insight into the famous Birmingham company Lucas.

18:40    Roots of Metal – 25min

19:20    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min

 

Vintage Mobile Cinema Programme
Friday 2
September
Dudley Museum & Art Gallery

10:00    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min
Five Scottish lads, aged 10 to 13, get ready for a public performance with their heavy metal band, “Hatred.” They rehearse, fire their bass player, audition for a new one, make a CD at a recording studio, and appear at a family fun day. Humorous documentary from British director, Chris Waitt. Repeated at 14:00 and 15:40.

10:35    Roots of Metal – 25min
The industrial landscape of the West Midlands is often credited as one of the factors which helped shape the sound of heavy metal, and you’ll find plenty of sparks flying in this selection of archive film and television. Repeated at 13:30 and 15.05.

11:10    Home of Metal – 20min
Originally screened on Channel 4 in the early 90s, Motorcity Music Years (dir. Jonnie Turpie), is a documentary celebrating Birmingham as the ‘UK city of music’. This will be followed by Home of Metal (dir. Daniel Bougourd, 2011), a 10 minute Sky Arts documentary charting the Home of Metal project from conception. Repeated at 14.35.

11:40    Monsters of Rock Montage, 1980 to 1996 (ed. Media Archive of Central England) – 17min
A montage of news reports from ATV Today and Central News East, the East Midlands’ regional news magazine on ITV, showing the preparations for the Monsters of Rock Festival at Donnington from 1980 to 1996.

12:10    Craftsmen in the Making: Lucas Apprentice Film – 20min
Produced by the Advertising Department of Joseph Lucas Limited, Birmingham, this video is an interesting insight into the famous Birmingham company Lucas.

13:30    Roots of Metal – 25min

14:00    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min

14:35    Home of Metal – 20min

15:05    Roots of Metal – 25min

15:40    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min

 

Vintage Mobile Cinema Programme
Saturday 3
September
New Art Gallery, Walsall

11:00    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min
Five Scottish lads, aged 10 to 13, get ready for a public performance with their heavy metal band, “Hatred.” They rehearse, fire their bass player, audition for a new one, make a CD at a recording studio, and appear at a family fun day. Humorous documentary from British director, Chris Waitt. Repeated at 14:00 and 15:45.

11:35    Roots of Metal – 25min
The industrial landscape of the West Midlands is often credited as one of the factors which helped shape the sound of heavy metal, and you’ll find plenty of sparks flying in this selection of archive film and television. Repeated at 15.10.

12:10    Home of Metal – 20min
Originally screened on Channel 4 in the early 90s, Motorcity Music Years (dir. Jonnie Turpie), is a documentary celebrating Birmingham as the ‘UK city of music’. This will be followed by Home of Metal (dir. Daniel Bougourd, 2011), a 10 minute Sky Arts documentary charting the Home of Metal project from conception. Repeated at 14.35.

13:00    Monsters of Rock Montage, 1980 to 1996 (ed. Media Archive of Central England) – 17min
A montage of news reports from ATV Today and Central News East, the East Midlands’ regional news magazine on ITV, showing the preparations for the Monsters of Rock Festival at Donnington from 1980 to 1996.

13:30    Craftsmen in the Making: Lucas Apprentice Film – 20min
Produced by the Advertising Department of Joseph Lucas Limited, Birmingham, this video is an interesting insight into the famous Birmingham company Lucas.

14:00    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min

14:35    Home of Metal – 20min

15:10    Roots of Metal – 25min

15:45    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min

 

Vintage Mobile Cinema Programme
Sunday 4
September
Haden Hill House, Halesowen

11:00    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min
Five Scottish lads, aged 10 to 13, get ready for a public performance with their heavy metal band, “Hatred.” They rehearse, fire their bass player, audition for a new one, make a CD at a recording studio, and appear at a family fun day. Humorous documentary from British director, Chris Waitt. Repeated at 14:00 and 15:45.

11:35    Roots of Metal – 25min
The industrial landscape of the West Midlands is often credited as one of the factors which helped shape the sound of heavy metal, and you’ll find plenty of sparks flying in this selection of archive film and television. Repeated at 15.10.

12:10    Home of Metal – 20min
Originally screened on Channel 4 in the early 90s, Motorcity Music Years (dir. Jonnie Turpie), is a documentary celebrating Birmingham as the ‘UK city of music’. This will be followed by Home of Metal (dir. Daniel Bougourd, 2011), a 10 minute Sky Arts documentary charting the Home of Metal project from conception. Repeated at 14.35.

13:00    Monsters of Rock Montage, 1980 to 1996 (ed. Media Archive of Central England) – 17min
A montage of news reports from ATV Today and Central News East, the East Midlands’ regional news magazine on ITV, showing the preparations for the Monsters of Rock Festival at Donnington from 1980 to 1996.

13:30    Craftsmen in the Making: Lucas Apprentice Film – 20min
Produced by the Advertising Department of Joseph Lucas Limited, Birmingham, this video is an interesting insight into the famous Birmingham company Lucas.

14:00    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min

14:35    Home of Metal – 20min

15:10    Roots of Metal – 25min

15:45    Heavy Metal Junior (dir. Chris Waitt) [2008] – 24min

 

The first pages of each programme is below and each image links through to that day’s full programme.

Thursday - Bus Programme

Friday - Bus Programme1

Saturday - Bus Programme 1

Sunday - Bus Programme 1