With Secret Cinema’s unwavering ambition to create the most epic immersive film experiences possible and thanks to their phenomenal attention to detail, evenings in a Secret World are becoming more and more authentic and groundbreaking.
So far Secret Cinema guests have joined the ranks of the Rebel Alliance in a heroic battle against the empire in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back; cruised back in time with Marty McFly in a cheeky DeLorean in Back to the Future; dropped it like its hot in a dystopian acid rainstorm in Blade Runner’s futuristic Chinatown; and danced dirty at Kellerman’s Resort.
Secret Cinema is also noteworthy for maintaining an active presence in the philanthropic sphere. Their charity screening of Dead Poets Society in 2014 both honoured the life of the late Robin Williams and raised money for the mental health charity organisation, Mind. A secret film screening of Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator also was held in London, Rome, New York City, San Francisco, and Los Angeles to support the charity that champions freedom of speech: Article 19.
Other charitable Secret Cinema productions saw proceeds donated to the Refugee Council, MAC UK for disadvantaged and/or mentally-ill youth, Save The Children, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Secret Cinema has also raised money to provide Syrian refugees in Europe with free movie screenings, first seen in France’s Pas-de-Calais refugee camp.