Black History Month
To celebrate Black History Month this October, we have a wide range of pioneering, powerful and poignant films available to book.
The Harder They Come (DCP)
Jimmy Cliff brings a knockout soundtrack and charisma aplenty to Perry Henzell’s classic crime drama.
Burning an Illusion (DCP)
Menelik Shabazz’s pioneering first feature marked a coming of age for Black British cinema.
Daughters of the Dust (DCP)
Julie Dash’s majestic first feature is a poignant portrait of three generations of Gullah women at the turn of the 20th century.
Frantz Fanon: Black Skin White Mask (DCP)
Isaac Julien’s rich, poetic, powerful documentary on Afro-Caribbean psychiatrist, philosopher and revolutionary Frantz Fanon.
Dust off your Kangol flat cap, turn up the ‘70s Soul and join Park Circus in celebrating 25 years of Quentin Tarantino’s all-star homage to the blaxploitation boom – showcasing a career-defining performance from the iconic Pam Grier.
- Supported by marketing materials and a publicity campaign
This Halloween, Park Circus are bringing cinemas a seriously spooky combo drive that audiences will scream at. The cost-effective drive is packed with four stone cold classics celebrating major anniversaries in 2022: Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Lost Boys, Poltergeist and The Thing.
- Supported by marketing materials and a publicity campaign, all four Halloween hits have been restored in 4K and will be reissued for the big screen throughout October!