"Discoland: Where the Music Never Ends" screens throughout January at the National Film Theatre on London's South Bank, SE1 (0171- 928 3232)Reuse content
Prepare to boogie like it's 1979 with the National Film Theatre's "Discoland" season of films, sponsored by Gordon's. This glittering selection of dancefloor classics includes Saturday Night Fever (6 Jan) and Carwash (17, 19 Jan), Paul Thomas Anderson's recent Boogie Nights (30, 31 Jan), The Last Days of Disco with Chloe Sevigny and Kate Beckinsale (22, 24, 27 Jan), and a special preview of the latest in the current disco revival, 54 (13 Jan). This stars Michael Myers as Steve Rubell in a recreation of the glory days of the outrageous Manhattan discotheque. Other hit disco movies featured are Can't Stop the Music (9 Jan, above), Xanadu (7 Jan, below right), Gay Disco Shorts (11 Jan), The Music Machine (14 Jan), Thank God It's Friday (15, 22 Jan), Disco TV (18 Jan) and ABBA the Movie (23 Jan). We have a case of Gordon's gin plus a pair of tickets to five different films in the Disco season and an NFT membership to give away to one lucky winner. Three second-prize winners will receive a bottle of Gordon's and a pair of tickets to one of the "Disco" films. Twenty runners-up will receive a pair of tickets to a film in the season. For a chance to win, answer the following question: Which former Calvin Klein model starred as Dirk Diggler in Boogie Nights? Send your answer on a postcard together with name, address, daytime telephone number and choice of film to: Disco/ Information comp, Promotions, National Film Theatre, South Bank, Waterloo, London SE1 8XT, by Monday 4 Jan 1999.