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NEWS: Green Man announces 2015 Cinema programme

Dates: 20th – 23rd August 2015
Location: Brecon Beacons, South Wales

Green Man and the independent magazine Little White Lies are reunited for another year of 24-hour Cinedrome adventure.

True to its Welsh origins, Green Man is hosting the festival premier of a brand new adaptation of Dylan ThomasUnder Milk Wood, starring Rhys Ifans and Charlotte Church. With a
story inspired by the triumphant LGBT-miner alliance from nearby village Onllwyn, Golden Globe-nominated film Pride will also be shown at this year’s event.

As you might expect from a boutique festival with a strong music focus, there are live score performances in the form of North Sea fishery documentary Drifters, Jodorowsky‘s cult flick The Holy Mountain and Albert Hitchcock‘s classic The Lodger. This cornucopia of cinematic delights also includes BDSM-themed arthouse adventures in The Duke of Burgundy, star-studded psychedelic mystery Inherent Vice and plenty of more family friendly PG-rated offerings, including Paddington, Shaun The Sheep Movie and The Iron Giant.

View the whole Cinema programme here.

Buy Green Man tickets here.

Read our Boutique Festival Guide for more information about Green Man.

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