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Friday Night Films

The Servant (1963)

Film still from The Servant.

Film still from The Servant.

Film still from The Servant.

The Servant (1963) Starring Dirk Bogarde and James Fox

Dir: Joseph Losey (Certificate 15, 112 mins)

Friday 27 May / 6.30pm / Tickets £5 (concessions £3)

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Sublime gay icon Dirk Bogarde puts darkness at the heart of Harold Pinter’s taut tale of class, power and role reversal, set in the London home of aristocrat James Fox. “I’m a gentleman’s gentleman, and you’re no bloody gentleman”, one of many unforgettable lines.



Friday Night Films

Selected by Gareth Jones to accompany his exhibition at MK Gallery, this film programme unites a group of maverick British directors, artists and cultural icons, including Christopher Isherwood, Derek Jarman, David Bowie, Glenda Jackson and Lindsay Anderson. Spanning the years 1944 - 1994, the season covers a fifty-year period that sees the emergence of the Welfare State, the birth of Milton Keynes and the eventual dominance of neo-liberalism as an economic philosophy. Ideas around the English landscape, the life of the artist and the social revolutions of the 1960s, move in and out of focus.



Independent Cinema MK and MK Gallery are working in collaboration to create a programme of Friday Night film screenings selected or curated by artists and connected to MK Gallery current exhibitions.

May 2011