Join us at Retro Game Base for an immersive screening of The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters and a celebration of old-school gaming culture featuring playable retro consoles and arcade cabinets, a Donkey Kong tournament with retro prizes and video game themed cocktails!
"An engrossing story that plucks at the heartstrings just as hard as it pummels the fire buttons" – Empire Magazine
About the film Directed by Seth Gordon and released in 2007, this incredible documentary captures the amusing and profoundly moving human drama that unfolds as Billy Mitchell and Steve Wiebe battle it out for the world high score in Donkey Kong.
About the venue Retro Game Base- An Aladdin's cave of retro gaming goodness. The venue is part-arcade, part-rare gaming store, offering everything from a playable original Street Fighter 2 arcade cabinet to a wealth of retro gaming stock and every old school gaming machine imaginable!Book TicketsWatch Trailer
11 May 20137.30pm
430 Streatham High Road, London, SW16 3PX
Streatham, Streatham Vale
15 September 2012: The Vanishing Point presented an immersive screening of Silent Running at Utrophia.
"One of the most memorable events of the Autumn" Spoonfed
Feauturing crew members from The Valley Forge space freighter, garden areas, retro video games, a blast-off bar, installations, a vegan food stall and Rozi Plain (Fence Records).
Watch the video footage HERE
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An immersive screening of The Omen (1976) in an atmospheric 19th Century church Crypt. Watch the footage here
A sold-out ‘siege screening’ of John Carpenter’s 1976 cult classic Assault on Precinct 13 amongst the cells and procedural rooms of this Old Police Station in Deptford, London.
Featuring police, prisoners and the street thunder gang, an ice cream truck and black market bar for inmates ensured a “white hot night of hate”. Watch the footage here.
The Vanishing Point's sold-out launch was an immersive screening of Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho' (1960)
Featuring a recreated Reception area, a deranged piano player, shorts and Super 8's from local filmmakers and a free hotel bar. Watch the footage here.
The Vanishing Point’s Christmas Carol was an interactive screening of ‘Scrooge’, Brian Desmond Hurst’s 1951 classic starring Alastair Sim.
We converted an original Victorian London art studio into ‘Scrooge and Marley’s Counting House’ with mulled wine, Dickensian characters, carol singing with a live choir and festive Super 8’s.
"Masters of turning films into events"Spoonfed.co.uk
"A classic example of the pop-up cinema phenomenon"Tony Paley - Capital Celluloid / The Guardian
The Vanishing Point creates immersive site-specific cinema experiences. Using the fiction of a film as a departure point, we invite the audience to become lost in the environment with theatre, live music and mixed media. Our events strive to make cinema an interactive, unpredictable and fun experience.