Matchbox Cineclub Online: Tales from Winnipeg

Matchbox Cineclub launch online and internationally with Guy Maddin, Ela Orleans and John Paizs exclusives

Interview: Guy Maddin on autobiography, Euripedes + Cowards Bend the Knee

Ahead of our Tales from Winnipeg season, which features Guy Maddin’s Cowards Bend the Knee, with Ela Orleans’s new score, Cathy Brennan spoke to the director about the project

Matchbox Cineclub Online: How to Watch

If you’re joining us for Tales From Winnipeg, our first online screening season, we have a few helpful recommendations and information to help you fully enjoy your viewing expereince at home.

“A Quiet Man, eh?” CRIME WAVE’s original ending, on 16mm

Last month, we travelled to New York to screen the original ending of John Paizs’ Crime Wave for the first time in 35 years – from Paizs’ own 16mm print!

Dave Barber RIP

We were very sad to hear this week that Winnipeg Film Group‘s legendary Dave Barber has passed away. We never had the chance to meet Dave in real life, but his documentary Tales from the Winnipeg Film Group featured in our Tales from Winnipeg online programme last year and we were delighted to have his … Continue reading “Dave Barber RIP”

Long Interview: Sean Welsh and Megan Mitchell (BBC Radio Scotland, 17/01/21)

Broadcaster Pauline McLean interviewed Matchbox about our National Lottery Award win, accessible film screenings and cinema under COVID

We’re leaving Glasgow

After 10 years of hosting film events all around Glasgow, we’re moving to Bristol

Screenings/Events

NB Since June 2019, all our screenings are captioned for the deaf and hard of hearing, unless otherwise noted. The Second Summer of Cage @ Rooftop Film Club, London 17-19/06/22 Con Air (Simon West, 1997) Face/Off (John Woo, 1997) The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (Tom Gormican, 2022) Tales from Winnipeg @ Roxie Theater, San … Continue reading “Screenings/Events”

Press Coverage

Ffilm Ifanc: A Curious Trip in Cinema (Film Feels) First Step Swim review (Eye For Film) Why Nicolas Cage is Hollywood’s most misunderstood star (BBC Culture) An Equal Experience: Why Descriptive Subtitling Matters (Independent Cinema Office) Cowards Bend the Knee (Screen Slate) Crime Wave: John Paizs on the Return of His Retro Comedy Noir (Screen … Continue reading “Press Coverage”