Classic sixties film to be shown in Birmingham

June 6, 2018 by  

One of the most iconic British movies of the 1960s is set to return to a cinema in Birmingham during the summer – complete with orchestra.

The Italian Job is a crime caper from 1969 and features Michael Caine as the head of a criminal gang that travels to Italy to steal gold bullion. With co-stars such as Noel Coward and the famous Mini cars, the film has remained popular ever since, and will get a special screening at the Symphony Hall in Birmingham.

Attendees will get the chance to revel in nostalgia and will find that the film has been given an HD remastering, ensuring that it looks better than ever before on the big screen.

It is also possible to experience the unique live accompaniment of a band and orchestra. These will perform the film’s celebrated soundtrack, which was the work of Quincy Jones, and includes ‘The Self Preservation Society’ and ‘On Days Like These’.

Tickets for this screening are already available and seem likely to be snapped up quickly by fans, with the movie scheduled to be shown on the 15th July.

Events of this type often make use of local printing services to make sure they have both the marketing materials needed to promote the event, and the materials needed on the day.