Two people dressed in black in sand dunes
Film still 'The Shout', directed by Jerzy Skolimowski. Images courtesy of Park Circus/ITV Studios.

A stranger arrives in a small English village claiming knowledge of aboriginal magic and the power to kill with his voice.

Directed by Jerzy Skolimowski, The Shout (1978) is a sharply observed portrait of the chaos and destruction that unfolds. The film uses sound and composition to produce an eerie encounter with the North Devon landscape, both for the characters on screen and for the audience in the darkened cinema space. Alan Bates stars as the stranger, with John Hurt and Susannah York as the couple who take him into their home.

The film will be introduced by artist and Falmouth University lecturer Bronwen Buckeridge, whose work spans sound, text and live performance.

To book: please call CAST Café during opening hours (Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm) on 01326 569267 or email [email protected] and a member of the Café team will be in touch.

The screening space will be laid out to ensure social distancing between households or bubbles. To maximise the number of people we can accommodate it would be very helpful if you could book as a group. Please let us know as soon as possible if there are any changes to your numbers.


Wednesday 4 November 2020 7pm Admission £10 (concessions £8) including CAST Café supper from 6pm

Booking essential