Grey Gardens (PG) - Film Screening

Social Features

Summerhall - Red Lecture Theatre


High-society dropouts, and reclusive cousins of Jackie Onassis, Grey Gardens is an intimate portrait of the lives of two women living together amidst the souvenirs of their lives.

This 1976 documentary by Albert and David Maysles, codirected by Ellen Hovde and Muffie Meyer, in the direct cinema style, quickly became a cult classic and is regu-larly listed in the top ten documentaries of all time.

‘Grey Gardens is surely one of the most hypnotic studies of human behaviour ever recorded.’ – Guardian

“I had my cake, loved it, masticated it, chewed it and had everything I wanted.” – Big Edie.

“There are some nice people in the world, you know, I just don't happen to be related to any of them.” – Little Edie

Social Features is a new documentary film night screening arts, culture and politics.

No Performances