TCM Pop Up Cinema: more than 1.21 gigawatts of fun with Back to the Future

On Wednesday, 19 September 2012, TCM, the DStv channel dedicated to Hollywood's great movies alongside contemporary and cult classics, hosted over 200 excited Cape Town patrons and took them Back to the Future.
The event was hosted at the beautiful old-world Hope Street Hall, home of the increasingly popular City Bowl Market. Guests were encouraged to embrace the 80s style of the film, with pin ball machines, a live band and hosted by "Doc the crazy professor", on hand to entertain.

"Pop Up Cinema is a screening event that brings movies and the people who love them together. Back to the Future was selected as one of this year's Pop Up Cinema feature films due to its popularity, both then and now. It is a film that remains a highlight of its era to this day and even won an Oscar in 1986" said Alan Musa, VP and GM, Middle East and Africa for Turner Broadcasting System.

For those who were unable to attend the event, Back to the Future is also part of TCM Select, the destination for film lovers of all ages, which is on air on the channel every Sunday at 21:00. Back to the Future will be shown on Sunday 23 September on DStv channel number 109, soon to be channel 137 on DStv from 1 October 2012.

Turner Classic Movies will also be screening Back to the Future II on TCM Select. The sequel will be aired on Sunday 7 October at 21:00. For more information about TCM programming:

21 Sep 2012 12:16


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