Greed is most certainly good at the Barbican Centre this September. Feast your eyes on millionaire megalomaniacs and adolescent beggars during their Colour of Money season from 10 – 20 September.
A panel discussion, led by expert speakers and filmmakers, will kick off The Colour of Money season with an opening gala that poses the question, 'Is inequality killing London?'
Cinema Barbican: Films in the Season
The Barbican Film season programme will include a wide selection of drama films that explore wealth, poverty, corruption and consumerism. We’re particularly looking forward to attending the special preview of controversial documentary Tigers (2014) and rediscovering Scorsese flicks Casino (1995) and Wolf of Wall Street (2014).
For a full list of the films showing and to buy Barbican tickets to the season, visit their website.
|What||Barbican Film Season: The Colour of Money|
Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS | MAP
|Nearest tube||Moorgate (underground)|
10 Sep 15 – 20 Sep 15, 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
|Price||£11.50 Barbican Members; £9.20 Concessions; £10.50 Under 18s; £6 Young Barbican; £5/£10/£15 Monday Madness; £6 (New Release films only); Student Tuesdays £5|
|Website||Click here to book via the Barbican|