Making Waves is a film festival for people who are passionate about watching cinema, filmmaking and creativity in Portsmouth and the Solent region. No6 shares this passion so of course we are delighted to be partnering with MW to make things happen. Making Waves is pretty much taking over at No6 this week: three events with three very different flavours.
On Thursday evening we will be screening the much acclaimed Ali and Ava, Clio Barnard’s streetwise tale with the power of song which turns it into a diegetic musical. There will be a Q&A in the bar before the screening with the film’s composer Harry Escott accompanied by nibbles and drinks…Bar opens at 6.00pm
Rather a departure from the norm on Friday evening. In response to the war in Ukraine we will be hosting an evening of spoken word, music, film and performance responding to the theme of Home. Book via our website- you can choose how much to donate for your ticket, 100% of what you give will go to the DEC Ukraine appeal. This promises to be a lot of fun and all in a very worthwhile cause. Show us the money!
Homeward on Saturday is a moving modern day Crimean war story, an emotional road trip across a war torn land. Today’s war in Ukraine is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to conflict with Russia, the roots of these stories run deep.
OSCAR winning film CODA will be screening at No6 on Saturday 30th April at 7.00pm