Jonathan Glazer's The Fall to screen before showings of The Lighthouse

The new short film from Under the Skin director Jonathan Glazer, The Fall will play before the Coolidge's screenings of The Lighthouse starting on Friday, November 15.

Glazer's nightmarish short film follows the cruel and unusual punishment of a lone man by a masked mob. Tickets are on sale here now.

About the Film

Inspired by The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, an etching by Francisco Goya, The Fall is a powerful short film which invites the audience to project their preoccupations and interpretations.

Featuring Glazer’s singular visual style and with an original score from his Under The Skin composer Mica Levi, The Fall is a deeply cinematic example of short form filmmaking by one of the UK’s most renowned directors. Commissioned by BBC Films, it is produced by Academy Films and runs at 06:54.

About Jonathan Glazer

An acclaimed director of feature films and commercials, Jonathan Glazer first found fame for his revolutionary work on Radiohead’s "Street Spirit" music video and Jamiroquai’s multi-MTV award winning "Virtual Insanity" video. His 1999 groundbreaking Guinness advert Surfer picked up two D&AD Black Pencils, a Gold at Cannes, and still tops many lists as one of the best commercials of all time.

In 2000 Jonathan directed Sexy Beast which was nominated for Best British Film by Bafta. This was followed four years later with Birth, staring Nicole Kidman and Lauren Bacall. His 2014 film Under The Skin stars Scarlett Johansson and is an adaptation of Michel Faber's 2000 novel of the same name. Under The Skin received two Bafta nominations and won critical acclaim as a 'landmark in filmmaking', recently coming fourth in The Guardian’s 100 greatest films of the 21st century.