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Arctic Monkeys announce one-off film festival


To launch their hotly-anticipated new album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino‘, Arctic Monkeys have announced details of a one-off mini film festival.

While this week will also see the band celebrate their new record with pop-up shops in cities around the world, fans down under at their Sydney branch this weekend will get the chance to watch five of the band’s favourite films at the Golden Age Cinema and Bar:

Friday
6:00pm: Le Cercle Rouge– Directed by Jean-Pierre Mellville
9:00pm: The Conversation – Directed by Francis Ford Coppola 

Saturday
2:00pm: L’eclisse – Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni
5:00pm: The Last Waltz – Directed by Martin Scorsese
7:30pm: Inherent Vice – Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson

For a chance to buy exclusive and limited edition merchandise elsewhere, details of Arctic Monkeys’ other international pop-up stores are:

SHEFFIELD 15 BARKER’S POOL, SHEFFIELD, S1 2HB 
MAY 11: 8.00AM – 5.00PM
MAY 12: 9.00AM – 5.00PM
MAY 13: 10.00AM – 4.00PM 

NEW YORK CITY 393 BROADWAY, NY 10013 
MAY 11: 6.00PM – 10.00PM
MAY 12: 11.00AM – 7.00PM 

SYDNEY GOLDEN AGE CINEMA & BAR 80 COMMONWEALTH ST, SURRY HILLS, NSW 2010
MAY 11 – 12: 11.00AM – 8.30PM DAILY 

PARIS FRENCH PAPER GALLERY 51 RUE VOLTA, 75003 PARIS 
MAY 11 – 13: 11.00AM – 7.00PM DAILY 

BERLIN 25HOURS HOTEL BIKINI BERLIN BUDAPESTER STR. 40, 10787 BERLIN 
MAY 11 – 12: 12.00PM – 8.00PM DAILY 

TOKYO HOTEL KOÉ TOKYO 3-7 UDAGAWACHO, SHIBUYA, TOKYO 150-0042 
MAY 11 – 13: 10.00AM – 11.00PM DAILY

Guitarist Jamie Cook recently revealed his reaction to first hearing Alex Turner’s initial demos for ‘Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino’. Speaking to Rolling Stone, he said: “I was blown away by the direction Alex had gone in.

“It took a few listens to even begin to, like… It was just, like, ‘Shit. What do we do with this?”





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