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Reel Steel Cult Weekender 2020 At The Abbeydale Picture House


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The 2020 Reel Steel Cult Weekender will see a celebration of iconic cinema return to Sheffield's historic Abbeydale Picture House.


Taking place Friday March 13th - Sunday March 15th, the weekend programme includes:


Friday the 13th (1980) - 40th Anniversary screening
The Evil Dead (1981)
Assault On Precinct 13 (1976)
Robocop (1987) - presented in 35mm
Kiki's Delivery Service (Studio Ghibli) - presented in 35mm
Howl's Moving Castle (Studio Ghibli) - presented in 35mm

Full details of the event with information on all films can be found on our website:




or via the Facebook event here:



Tickets for all screenings available here:



A weekend of film screenings featuring iconic horror, 80s classics and the dearly loved Studio Ghibli, all taking place at Sheffield's historic Abbeydale Picture House - a Grade II listed 1920's picture palace cinema - bringing the sense of occasion to match some of cinema's most iconic titles.

With half the films screened over the weekend being on 35mm celluloid, 35mm film projection tours at the Abbeydale Picture House will be available to full weekend ticket holders, ahead of one of our two Studio Ghibli screenings:



Reel Steel have previously produced film screenings at the Abbeydale Picture House including Bruce Lee's Enter The Dragon, The Thing and Big Trouble In Little China, My Neighbour Totoro and Blade Runner.


We hope you'll join us for a celebration of cinema classics at the Cult Weekender Film Festival.




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Coming Soon... our film weekender brings cinema classics, 35mm screenings and cult movie favourites back to the big screen at Sheffield's historic Abbeydale Picture House.


Opening on Friday the 13th, with a 40th Anniversary screening of Friday the 13th (1980).


Details here: https://tinyurl.com/Reel20


Read our retrospective feature reviews on all the films screening over our weekender here:




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