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Back to all posts Who gets your vote for the Best Picture?

Which film will you be championing to win best picture at the Oscars next year? As all the major contenders are usually released in the months leading up to the awards ceremonies we can promise you that No6 will be screening as many of the great and the good as we can in the next few months. Dunkirk looks to be leading the field for best picture at the moment but also in the mix are Call Me by Your Name, The Florida Project, The Disaster Artist, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Downsizing. We are just finalising the dates and times of the treasures to come in the Jan/Feb '18 programme and will have the films and their scheduled screening dates out and on the website very soon.

An inner feeling of connection to nature on Thursday 30th November at No6

Nobody can deny that Bruce Parry is a class act and he has produced a film that will inspire us to consume less and think more. Tawai: Voices from the Forest shows us what we probably already know: that globalisation has its costs and that we need to be more mindful of everything! See it on Thursday night.
Pre main feature we will be screening the short film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea… beneath the waves has been eliminated, eeeks!

Come and find out what it is to dare to be truly alive on Friday December 1st at No6

Friday night is music night this week at No6. Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami will be strutting her stuff, compelling as ever this is Grace Jones as she is now, a proper star.
Continuing with our season of shorts we will be screening Untamed Truths before Gracie's film, please be aware that there is some strong language in this little film, though probably no worse than what you might hear on the streets of Portsmouth.

The fight for leadership begins on Saturday 2nd December at No6

Our Saturday night film is a five star film if ever there was one. The Death of Stalin is a Soviet era satire covering those poisonous times with wit and an all star cast. Probably wise to book online in advance if you can.

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