Walter Presents: Subtitle Virgins
We are super excited to partner with Walter Presents on a new event, just before this years festival...
Are you a subtitle virgin? Have your first foreign fling for FREE on April 26th, with Walter Presents! Join us for your first experience of subtitled TV, on the big screen at Odeon thanks to Walter Presents, in association with Pilot Light TV Festival; supported by Creative Europe.
So how does one indulge in their first foreign fling? Simply check out two of Walter Presents' best titles below and book your FREE ticket for whichever takes your fancy, plus free popcorn and a drink upon arrival!
Thursday 26th April // 18:00 // Admission: FREE // 18+
Winner of an International Emmy award, Deutschland ’83 has been a huge hit globally and holds the impressive title of ‘most watched premiere for a foreign language drama’ in UK television history!
Miss out on it first time round? Here is your chance to catch up before the second series launches next year.
It's 1983, and a young East German soldier is sent undercover to spy on the West and discover NATO’s military plans. Born and raised in East Germany, he is sent undercover to work for a top West German General. It's Martin's first time in the West and he finds himself caught between two worlds, every friend is a potential enemy, every enemy a possible asset. Nothing and no one are as they seem. Set against the real events, culture wars and political realities of Germany in the 1980s, this epic drama series is a stylish coming-of-age story, framed within a suspenseful Cold War thriller.
Inexplicable happenings have become a daily occurrence at Dolly International Girls Academy, coinciding with the arrival of a mysterious and quiet transfer student. At first, these incidences seem odd, even ominous, but not entirely out of the ordinary – a crow flies into a window and splatters blood everywhere.
The new girl has a nosebleed and covers herself in thick, black blood. Then a student falls several stories off the roof of the school. Her body seems mangled, yet two days later she is absolutely fine. Could the new girl play a part in the gruesome and sinister events that are unfolding?
Executive produced by Darren Lynn Bousman (director and writer of Saw II, III, IV) Crow’s Blood’s tone borrows from both western films and the iconic nuances of Japanese horror. Bringing together some of the biggest names from both the U.S. and Japan, this slick horror is as compelling as it is dark.