CinePunked are delighted to be contributing to this year’s CS Lewis Festival in East Belfast, with both Rachael and Robert making solo appearances alongside one of their trademark interactive panels. This year’s festival is themed around Lewis’ book Of This And Other Worlds, and our own Rachael featured prominently in publicity imagery for the fest … More CinePunked at CS Lewis Festival, November 2018
We’re back at the Crescent Arts Centre this month with a special edition for the Belfast Book Festival, marking the bicentenary of gothic classic Frankenstein. Trapped in the icy waters of the Arctic, a group of explorers come across a scientist travelling solo. Victor Frankenstein is a man haunted by his own Creation – a homicidal … More CinePunked Presents Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein at Belfast Book Festival
CinePunked return to the 2018 Belfast Film Festival with an intense live discussion in response to TimesUp and MeToo … More CinePunked at the Belfast Film Festival 2018
The latest episode of the CinePunked podcast sees Robert JE Simpson talk to Michael Rousselet about his part in the origins of The Room fandom… … More Podcast: Patient Zero
Following a sabbatical from live events, CinePunked returned before Christmas with the first in our new series of Podcasts… … More The CinePunked Podcast launches!
Flush with the possibility of award success, Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri is at risk of over-hype… … More Review: Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri
CinePunked are back at QFT on 6 Nov 2016 for a discussion inspired by 35mm screenings. … More CinePunked: 24 Frames Per Second
CinePunked comes to this year’s Belfast Film Festival on 23 April. Film historian Robert JE Simpson, writer/academic Dr Rachael Kelly and BelfastFilm’s Conor Smyth invite you to join them as they discuss and debate Alan Clarke’s 1989 Troubles film Elephant, and it’s influences on Gus Van Sant’s 2003 Columbine-focussed appropriation of the same name. They’ll … More CinePunked : Elephant (s)