Secret Cinema Competition: Winner And Best Entries

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Secret Cinema Competition: Winner And Best Entries

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Yesterday we asked you to nominate the best place in London to screen a film, and the movie that should be shown there. We had plenty of entries through the twitter hashtag #sccomp and the comments thread. But our choice for the winning suggestion is this:

Memphis Belle at Biggin Hill airport, followed by a huge 1940s party

Good film, non-obvious location and we love the idea of a 40's bash. Congratulations to @Peanut1983 who wins two tickets to this weekend's Secret Cinema, when a mystery film will be shown at a mystery location.

Some of the other good suggestions we had (too many to list them all):

The Queen, at Buckingham Palace (@alexandrapullin)
  • First Harry Potter film at the London Zoo reptile room (@krazycat)
  • Grizzly Man in London Zoo (@garethgwynn)
  • V for Vendetta in the Houses of Parliament (commenter LeeLondon)
  • Dogma in St Paul's Cathedral (@ComradeJack)
  • King Kong projected onto the Gherkin (@Lizmakesfilms)
  • The Old Man and the Sea at Billingsgate Fish Market (@clairenelson)
  • Bram Stokers' Dracula in Highgate Cemetery (@IndieBoyLDN)
  • Recent Sherlock Holmes movie ON THE THAMES ITSELF, viewed from the viewing platforms of Tower Bridge (@NadiaKamil)
  • "Exit through the Gift Shop" in Tate Modern during normal opening times (@Berlinpriaten)
  • Delicatessen in Smithfield Market (@Millar)
  • Young Sherlock Holmes in either the Petrie Museum or Sir John Soane's Museum (@clockworkhobbit)
  • Life Aquatic in the London Aquarium (@TinkaTayla)
  • Dr Strangelove in the Churchill War Rooms (commenter Gordon Comstock)
  • Day After Tomorrow at the Thames Barrier...at the end of the showing the barrier opens. More realistic then 3D (commenter Simon Howlett)
  • Vertigo on the open air deck of the Shard, when it opens in 2012 (commenter James Stephens)
  • Die Hard 3: whenever John McClane runs, you have to leg it to a new spot for the next bit (@kennmunk)
  • Toy Story in Hamleys... preferably at Christmas. Kids screening, then adults only. Fancy dress=toy wanted from Santa (@littlemisswest)
  • And lots of suggestions for Creep or 28 Days Later in various abandoned Tube stations.

    Tickets are still available for the three Secret Cinema days this weekend (3-5 September). Sign up here.

    This sponsored competition was arranged by Secret Cinema in partnership with Windows Phone.

    Last Updated 02 September 2010

    BrigadierCrispbread

    Aguirre, wrath of God..on some kind of floating cinema on the Thames.

    What's that? Competition over?...d'oh.