Imagine Me & You 15🌈

BUY TICKETS 5pm Saturday 7 September
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*Followed by a Q&A with director Ol Parker

DIRECTOR Ol Parker
CAST Lena Heady, Piper Perabo, Matthew Goode, Celia Imrie

The debut film from Ol Parker (Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!) is a witty, London-set rom-com about newlywed Rachel who finds herself unexpectedly falling for the wedding florist, Luce.

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The debut film from Ol Parker (director of Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!) is a wonderful, London-set rom-com about newlywed Rachel (Piper Perabo) who finds herself unexpectedly falling for the wedding florist, Luce (Game of Thrones’ Lena Heady). Witty and feel-good, the film is still a touchstone for those wondering about their sexuality and a celebrated rom-com classic.
(2006 UK / Germany 92 mins)

The Waffle & Co Food Truck will be on site on Saturday 7th September so enjoy rainbow-themed waffles.

Set in various photogenic parts of London, Imagine Me & You comically yet believably explores what happens when you fall for someone at the wrong place and wrong time (and let’s face it, there aren’t many worse times than walking down the aisle). The film’s lightness of touch also ensures that the lesbian love angle never feels gimmicky, and Parker’s own script is like any good wedding speech – lovingly told and full of great one-liners. Make sure you see it.  Adrian Hennigan, BBC

BBFC advice: Contains moderate sex references and strong language
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TICKETS
Festival tickets: Over 30s £7; 30 & under £5*
*except for The Wizard of Oz and Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.

Weekend festival pass: Over 30s £21; 30 & under £15
Buy a weekend 1 festival pass
The weekend pass (available for each weekend) will allow you to come to any festival film over that weekend. You can buy the passes online and collect them at the cinema, but please book your tickets for the films you wish to attend separately (you won’t have to pay but you will then be able to reserve your place) and bring your pass with you at all times.

 

This screening and the Rainbow Film Festival are made possible by the BFI’s Film Audience Network, with the support of The National Lottery.