Film Hub Wales and Chapter are hugely excited to present Scratch ‘n Sniff Matilda!
44 UK screenings confirmed and more to come.
Matilda is the tale of an extraordinary little girl with magical powers, her horrible parents, a kindly teacher and a monstrous headmistress. Matilda decides to teach the adults that every child is extra-special, and that wicked people will always be punished. Inspired by Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book, this movie adaptation by director and actor Danny DeVito also stars Mara Wilson as Matilda, Rhea Perlman, Pam Ferris and Embeth Davidtz. 2016 celebrates the 20th anniversary of this much-loved family film with a newly restored print from Sony Pictures, coinciding with the Roald Dahl 100 celebrations, marking 100 years since the birth of one of the world’s greatest storytellers.
Audience members will receive a scratch card with 10 exciting odours which will bring Matilda to life. These remain a surprise until the screening!
Scratch ‘n Sniff Cinema presents, is an occasional series from producer and artist Bren O’Callaghan working with illustrator Simon Misra, who have previously scored scent accompaniments to The Wicker Man (BFI Gothic season, UK tour 2014), The Goonies (Cornerhouse 25th Birthday), The Company of Wolves (AND Festival, Grizedale Forest), My Beautiful Laundrette (HUB Festival, Salford) and Gregory’s Girl (Edinburgh Festival Fringe).
For further information, please contact email@example.com or to find out where Matilda Scratch ‘n Sniff is screening near you, see below, or visit our What’s On page.
Chapter (launch): 12th, 13th and 14th August and 13th September (Buy tickets)
Penarth Pier Pavilion: 26th, 28th and 30th August (Buy tickets)
Magic Lantern, Twywn: 11th September (Buy tickets)
Coastline Film Festival, Ysgol Bryn Elian, Conwy: 13th September (school screening)
Wicked 16, Wales International Youth Film Festival: 22nd September
North West Central
The Continental, Preston (They Eat Culture): 13th August (Buy tickets)
HOME, Manchester: 14th August (Buy tickets)
Dukes, Lancaster: 3rd September (Buy tickets)
Picturehouse at FACT: 10th September (kids club) (Buy tickets)
City Screen, York: 10th September (Buy tickets)
Broadway Nottingham: 29th August (Buy tickets)
Cinema City, Norwich: 10th September (kids club) (Buy tickets)
Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge: 10th September (kids club) (Buy tickets)
The New Phoenix Cinema, Orkney: 27th and 28th August (Buy tickets)
Belmont Filmhouse, Aberdeen: 3rd September (Buy tickets)
Edinburgh Filmhouse: 4th September (Buy tickets)
Way Out West Picturehouse: 17th September (Buy tickets)
Birks Cinema, Aberfeldy: 17th September (Buy tickets)
Falkirk Community Trust: 16th & 17th September
Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre, Dumfries: 17th and 19th September (school screenings)
Macroberts Arts Centre, Stirling: 24th September (Buy tickets)
Driftwood Cinema, Wigtown: 25th September (Buy tickets)
Cinemagic: 10th September (Buy tickets)
South West & West Midlands
Watershed Arts Centre, Bristol: 13th & 14th August (Buy tickets)
The Acorn Arts Centre, Penzance: 20th August (Buy tickets)
Pound Arts, Wiltshire: 24th August
The Poly at Falmouth: 30th August
Blackheath Library, Birmingham: (Sandwell Libraries in partnership with Flatpack Film Festival): 31st August
Cube Cinema, Bristol: 28th August (Buy tickets)
Watermark, Ivybridge: 10th September (Buy tickets)
Curzon Clevedon: 17th September (Buy tickets)
Duke of York, Brighton: 10th September (kids club) (Buy tickets)
Blue Door Cinema, Great Missenden: 17th September (Buy tickets)
East Dulwich Picturehouse: 10th September (kids club) (Buy tickets)
Further screenings to be announced.
*Please note, FHW are not responsible for any changes to advertised venue dates or locations. Please check the relevant venue website listings to book tickets and confirm up to date screenings times.