July 27


04:00 pm - 09:00 pm

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The Cinema Museum

2 Dugard Way

London, United Kingdom, SE11 4TH

A day of film, performance and chat for the Judy-obsessed. Before each screening very spesh guest ShayShay will take you over the rainbow with some very Judy numbers.
These screenings are part of a nationwide Film Feels: Obsession season exploring the enduring appeal of Obsession on screen.

4pm doors
4:30pm The Slippers
6pm interval
7pm The Harvey Girls
£7 for one film, £10 double bill

Dir. Morgan White | Canada, 2016 | 91min | appropriate 12+
A rare glimpse into the world of the seedy and fabulously obsessive search to own a pair of the true Ruby Slippers and the surprisingly shady, backstabbing world of Hollywood memorabilia collecting. Some of our great lost queer heritage is also unearthed in the form of Kent Warner (a Garland superfan too), whose keen eye for the fabulous and important saved all manner of costumes and props from the bin during a period of upheaval and auction by the great Hollywood studios. And a nostalgic glimpse of Debbie Reynolds, desperate to collect these treasures for her ill-fated museum. Eccentric and thrilling, The Slippers is a glittering treasure trove of Hollywood whodunit.

ShayShay is a nonbinary mixed race drag performer and nightlife curator working in London.

ShayShay is the creator, curator and host of the ShayShay Show, a queer community gathering providing a performance platform for new performers and their work to develop, and is also a founder of The Bitten Peach, a Pan-Asian queer cabaret collective. ShayShay’s new Judy Garland tribute show ‘Good Judy’ premiered to a sold out audience in June, and is set to return to Glory on Oct 4th. Tickets on Outsavvy:

Dir. George Sidney | USA, 1946 | 99min | BBFC U
Judy Garland is a mail-order bride whose good girl gang of genteel waitresses face off with the gloriously sequinned bodice-wearing Angela Lansbury’s bad girls of the saloon in an all-singing, all-dancing showdown for a frontier town wrestling to maintain its wild west ways. Expect swooning hearts, frilly petticoats, sweaty cowboys, a gender-subverting blacksmith and Judy at her mid-career finest in this Technocolor western-musical-comedy-drama-romance extravaganza.

This Summer, Film Feels: Obsession sees cinemas, festivals event producers and pop ups around the UK exploring the enduring appeal of Obsession on screen. Supported by the British Film Institute (BFI) and delivered via the Film Audience Network, this Major Programme offers audiences from the South Coast to the Scottish Highlands a chance to explore and enjoy thematic programmes, events and films driven by an obsessive love for independent cinema.
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