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\BLAXPLOITATION!!\" Double-bill feat \"Truck Turner\" (1974)"
pencilface31/01/201420:00:0000:00:00
SOUTH WEST (Bristol/Wilts/Glos/Somerset/Devon/Dorset/Cornwall)
Cube Microplex£5 / £4
January’s Hellfire sticks it to the Man with a night of jive talking pimps and hoes, as we enter the colourful world of 70s Blaxploitation.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nOur main feature stars soul legend Isaac Hayes as<em> Truck Turner</em>, bounty hunter on the mean streets of LA. When Truck kills a pimp who’s evading arrest, his girlfriend (Nichelle Nichols - <em>Star Trek</em>’s Uhura in silver spandex) puts an irresistible contract out on him in revenge - offering her whole stable of beauties to whoever kills Truck! Soon all the pimps of LA have risen to the challenge, leaving Truck to slug it out with all manner of jive turkeys laying claim to her prize.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nSecond film features the most outrageously dressed pimp ever (think gold lame, fur suits and then some), who’s looking to become king of New York.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nPlus Hellfire DJs playing funk and soul records in the bar, dig?
http://www.facebook.com/events/626281097437439
Black interestExploitation
Double-billLive music
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Bangles and Hairspray' all-out 80s PARTY (AKA Prom Night 2) with DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN
HollywdBbln15/02/201421:00:0000:00:00IRELAND
Light House Cinema
We went all out this time last year with our first Prom Night and our screening of Pretty in Pink, its now almost that time of year again, we have put the post-Christmas slump behind us and we are ready to paaaarty!\n\nSo please join us on the the 15th February at <a href=\https://www.facebook.com/LightHouseD7\" data-hovercard=\"/ajax/hovercard/page.php?id=210585285698275&amp;extragetparams=%7B%22directed_target_id%22%3A0%7D\">Light House Cinema</a> for our 'bangles and hairspray' 80s party
stoopid costumes are DEFINITELY advised and we will have prizes! Desperately Seeking Susan represents that sweet spot where 80s and punk met so that's what we're thinking here...\n\nThere will be cocktails and music in the bar from 9 and the main event kicks off at 10.45 with our screening of Desperately Seeking Susan. Which is without a doubt one of our favourite movies of the era...\n\nWe have plenty of others treats planned for the night we will keep you posted as we figure them out.\n\n~BANGLES &amp; HAiRSPRAY 80s PARTY (AKA PROM NIGHT 2)~\n\nDRINKS AND MUSIC FROM 9\n\nDESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN 10.45\nmore info-\n\n\"Remember when Madonna was cool
because we do. Madonna was just breaking through to superstardom when she appeared alongside Rosanna Arquette in <em>Desperately Seeking Susan</em> which is not only one of the greatest eighties movies but also one of the greatest New York movies of all time. This is a New York before it got cleaned up
it feels edgy and dangerous and 'Susan' captures that energy perfectly
lots of lofts and Chinese food! The film is full of awesome cameos Richard Hell
John Lurie
Richard Edson but Madonna is the real draw
so natural and perfect for the role and the film features some of her greatest songs alongside some other great music choices from Run DMC to Iggy Pop (sorry <em>Trainspotting</em> but <em>Desperately Seeking Susan</em> got to 'Lust For Life' first). All in all an awesome film that is well worth a revisit.\""
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28Giallo-rama'JonnyRed28/09/201316:30:0023:00:00
NORTH WEST (Manchester/Lancs/Cumbria/Ches/Merseyside)
Moston Small Cinema
£10
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/232599
A double bill of prime European trash cinema - Sergio Martino's TORSO aka 'I corpi presentano tracce di violenza carnale' (1973) and Roberto Bianchi Montero's SO SWEET, SO DEAD aka 'Rivelazioni di un maniaco sessuale al capo della squadra mobile' (1972). Half time entertainment is provided in the form of our giallo trailer reel and there will be an after show soiree with DJs playing the finest cuts from Euro-cult soundtrack vaults
http://www.lovelockandload.net
Crime, European, Exploitation, Horror, Thriller,Trash
Double-billLive music
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Nice Girls Didn't Go To The Academy!' - Brighton Cinemas Heritage Tour
Alexia Lazou13/09/201318:00:0019:30:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
Duke of York's Picture House
Free - pre-booking required
http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/7842833125
Join The Usherette as she leads you through Brighton, stopping at various former and current cinema sites, evoking the Golden Age of the Silver Screen. This guided tour begins at the Duke of York's Cinema and we arrive on the seafront at The Melrose Restaurant just in time for dinner (19:30 approx.) The Melrose (formerly the Pandora Gallery)is where the first films to be shown outside London were screened in 1896. Tour approximately 1.7 miles / 90 mins. The tour is mostly on flat pavements, just one gentle hill being negotiated.\n\nMeet outside the Duke of York's Cinema,Preston Circus, Brighton &amp; Hove, East Sussex, BN1 4NA\n\nFree but pre-booking is required. Booking closes: 12 September 2013 18:00
http://www.rth.org.uk/whats-on/open-door
FreeNon-screening
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The Golem And How He Came Into The World' With Noize Choir Wax Magnetic
star&shadow21/03/201419:30:0000:00:00
NORTH EAST (Teeside/Durham/T&amp;W/Northd)
Star and Shadow Cinema
£5 / £3.50
Director: Paul Wegner,  Length: 1hr 10m,  Silent, Country: Weimar Repulic\n\n&nbsp;\n\nNoizechoir and Wax Magnetic perform a live soundtrack to this classic gothic horror film in which Rabbi Loew brings to life a clay monster to save the Jews in this classic tale set in 16th C Prague.
http://www.starandshadow.org.uk/on/film/1348
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VHStival' double bill: Rewind This! (Irish premiere) & Street Trash (1987)
HollywdBbln06/09/201320:30:0001:00:00IRELAND
Light House Cinema
€12
http://www.onlinecinematickets.com/index.php?s=LHSMITHF&p=details&eventCode=10824
Light House Cinema and Hollywood Babylon present 'VHStival', one awesome night of total VHS worship featuring the Irish Premiere of Josh Johnson’s acclaimed documentary Rewind This!- the definitive documentary of how Home Video changed the world.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nRewind This! screening will be followed by a rare screening of the VHS classic melt movie Street Trash and 30 minutes of Trailer Trash lunacy celebrating the golden era of VHS.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nCome down early for VHS cocktails in the bar (not sure how they'll work yet!) there'll also be VHS prize giveaways, badges and lots of other stupid nonsense!\n\n&nbsp;\n\nIt's a celebration!\n\n&nbsp;\n\nFun in the bar from 7.30pm\nRewind This! 8:30pm\nStreet Trash 10.30pm
http://hollywoodbabylondublin.tumblr.com/
http://www.facebook.com/events/430062540446037/
Crime, Family, Psychotronic, Thriller,Trash
Double-bill, DVD, Introduction, Late night screening, Premiere,VHS
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18 Who Cause a Storm
showroom11/03/201418:15:0000:00:00
YORKSHIRE &amp; THE HUMBER
Showroom Cinema
£8 - £4.50
http://www.showroomworkstation.org.uk/18whocauseastorm
Director: Yoshishige Yoshida. Country: Japan. Year: 1963. Duration: 108 mins. Language: Japanese with English subtitles. Cast: Tamotsu Hayakawa, Yoshiko Kayama, Eiji Matsui\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<em>Showing as part of Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme.</em>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA worker in a shipbuilding yard is offered the chance to boost his wages by managing a dormitory inhabited by a pack of 18 adolescent ruffians. This early film by Yoshishige Yoshida (<em>Eros Plus Massacre</em>) is a neorealist account of the conditions for Japanese temporary workers in the 1960s, and rare to see outside Japan.
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2001: A Space Odyssey
jamesking04/03/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDONICA£6
http://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/ica-cinematheque-2001-space-odyssey
<em>2001: A Space Odyssey</em> spans from the dawn of man to the first flight to Jupiter: a story of a polished monolith that terrifies apes and amazes scientists. It represented a clear breakthrough in science fiction films: crafted in a sterile manner as for a scientific documentary, Kubrick tells an apocalyptic story about the fate of humanity.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nInspired by <em>The Sentinel </em>(1948) by Arthur C. Clarke, with whom Kubrick collaborated on the script, Clarke later went on to write the novel <em>2001: A Space Odyssey</em> to clarify doubts left unresolved in the film. This work continues to be one of the most disturbing, challenging and controversial science fiction films ever made, with plastic-figurative charm combined with a thrilling sense and eye for detail. The scope and epic conceit of Kubrick’s sci-fi adventure of 1968 is still breathtaking; this film has been seen by many critics as the most suitable (or perhaps the only one) of Kubrick’s works whose expansive voids and silences can satisfactorily absorb and contain the film director’s tendency for redundancies and excessive length.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<em>2001: A Space Odyssey</em> appears to be a work of authentic genius, which after almost half a century remains untouched in its power of anticipation for mankind and its relationship with technology.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nWith an introduction by ICA Film and Cinema Coordinator Nico Marzano.\n<div></div>\n<div>\n\n2001: A Space Odyssey, dir Stanley Kubrick, USA 1968, 150 mins, U\n\n</div>
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56642nd Streetpassport13/05/201418:20:0000:00:00LONDONBFI Southbank£10
http://whatson.bfi.org.uk/Online/default.asp?BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::permalink=42ndstreet
The Wall Street crash of 1929 lurks in the background of the original and best of all backstage musicals. The ingredients may now be familiar – putting on a musical in the early days of the Depression, a driven director, backstage lovers, and a chorus girl stepping in for the leading lady (‘You’re going out a youngster but you’ve got to come back a star!’) – but its sheer invention and verve make 42nd Street unique. The film’s climax is three Busby Berkeley numbers that blend voyeurism, surrealism and spectacle.
http://whatson.bfi.org.uk/Online/default.asp?BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::permalink=42ndstreet
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42nd Street 35mm Screening
uppcinema30/03/201416:00:0017:28:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
The Ultimate Picture Palace
Adult ticket £8.50 & Concessions £7.00
http://www.uppcinema.com/film/42nd-street
The seminal Broadway musical with understudy Keeler being told 'You're going out a youngster, but you've got to come back a star' when given her big break. Vivid backstage atmosphere and some very risque Busby Berkeley routines.
Asian, Dance, Horror, Musical,Sci-fi
35mmDouble-bill
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42nd Street 35mm Screening
uppcinema31/03/201419:00:0020:28:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
The Ultimate Picture Palace
Adult ticket £8.00 & Concessions £6.50
http://www.uppcinema.com/film/42nd-street
The seminal Broadway musical with understudy Keeler being told 'You're going out a youngster, but you've got to come back a star' when given her big break. Vivid backstage atmosphere and some very risque Busby Berkeley routines.
British, Dance, Documentary,Musical
35mm, Double-bill, Introduction,Shorts
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625 LINE: SHERLOCK HOLMES AT THE BEEB
derbyquad27/04/201414:00:0017:40:00
EAST MIDLANDS (Northants/Notts/Derbs/Leics/Rutland/Lincs)
QUAD
£7.80 Standard, £6.50 Concessions
http://bit.ly/1gq8THU
An afternoon dedicated to various BBC interpretations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous creation Sherlock Holmes, from the reverent to the irreverent. Join the 625 Line team as they explore the boundaries of Baker Street.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nFeaturing:\nHound Of The Baskervilles with Tom Baker as Sherlock Holmes\nThe Devil’s Foot with Douglas Wilmer as Sherlock Holmes\nElementary My Dear Watson with John Cleese as Holmes and William Rushton as Watson\nDr Watson And The Darkwater Hall Mystery with Edward Fox as Dr Watson.
http://www.derbyquad.co.uk
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7 Inch Cinema: The Diamond Road Show
flatpack25/09/201319:30:0022:30:00
WEST MIDLANDS (incl.Herefs/Worcs/Warks/Staffs/Shrops)
St Columba Church
£6.00
http://www.flatpackfestival.org.uk/event/diamond-road-show/
The Diamond Road Show is the work of Hamburg-based artists Digger Barnes &amp; Pencil Quincy. The show sits inbetween concert and cinema. It is a travel through dream structures, events and unfoldings that inventively blend road-movie aesthetics with experimental film techniques. <a href=\http://www.diamondroadshow.com/about/\">diamondroadshow.com/about/</a>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe soundscape is created by Digger Barnes; a one-man-band
storyteller and outlaw. Each song a cinematic and atmospheric journey itself drawing on influences from Americana
film-soundtrack and folk music. The visuals are created by low-brow Pencil Quincy and his Magic Machine. Quincy combines early cinematic and animation technology with his imimitable
vaudeville style."
http://www.flatpackfestival.org.uk
Animation, British, Comedy, Crime, Documentary, Experimental, Theatre,Thriller
Cabaret, DVD, Festival,Live music
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5738Â_princecharles17/05/201415:30:0000:00:00LONDON
The Prince Charles Cinema
£7.50 / £5
http://princecharlescinema.com
Guido is a film director, trying to relax after his last big hit. He can't get a moments peace, however, with the people who have worked with him in the past constantly looking for more work. He wrestles with his conscience, but is unable to come up with a new idea. While thinking, he starts to recall major happenings in his life, and all the women he has loved and left. An autobiographical film of Fellini, about the trials and tribulations of film making.
http://princecharlescinema.com/indexreview.php?display=1366
ArtEuropean35mm018Â_
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A Canterbury Tale (1944)
20thcentury16/01/201420:00:0000:00:00
SOUTH WEST (Bristol/Wilts/Glos/Somerset/Devon/Dorset/Cornwall)
Cube Microplex£5 / £4
<div>A year after the success of their grand <em>The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp</em>, Powell and Pressburger returned with this altogether more low-key drama, both an offbeat detective story and an examination of Anglo-American relations during World War 2.</div>\nSuffused with the directors' much-celebrated neo-romanticism and elegantly capturing the mysterious beauty of Kent countryside, this wistfully elegiac meditation on the British national character is easily the equal of the Archers' more celebrated masterpieces.
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A FAREWELL TO ARMS
BFI09/06/201418:30:0000:00:00LONDONBFI Southbank
http://whatson.bfi.org.uk/Online/default.asp
A forgotten masterpiece now restored to its pristine glory, Frank Borzage’s film of Ernest Hemingway’s novel, published just two years earlier, is both a persuasive picture of the nightmare that was World War One and a deeply affecting tribute to the transcendent power of love.\n\nSexy and irreverent, Gary Cooper excels as Frederic Henry, an American serving in the Italian ambulance brigade who meets, through his cynical, womanising doctor friend (Adolphe Menjou), Catherine (Helen Hayes), an English nurse whose fiancé died at the Somme. Frederic’s initial attempts to flirt fail to impress Catherine, but war can have an odd way of bringing people together... While the film successfully evokes the horrific carnage, cruel authoritarianism and despair-inducing dimensions of modern mechanised warfare, it centres on the flowering of a relationship so passionate and mutually regenerative that it overcomes even the constraints of time and place. Charles Lang’s fluid, painterly, Oscar®-winning cinematography (combining expressionism and incandescence), several truly remarkable montage sequences and the rapt performances all add up to a delirious Romanticism characteristic of Borzage at his best; the extraordinary Liebestod that forms its climax is at once utterly exhilarating and strangely modern.\n\nGeoff Andrew
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A Just William Evening
cinemamuseum
15/05/201419:30:0000:00:00LONDON
Cinema Museum
£8.50 (£6.50 concessions)
http://www.wegottickets.com/location/4966
Not “justâ€ù William – but two Williams! We are delighted to present, together for the first time on any stage, the two oldest surviving actors to have portrayed Richmal Crompton’s immortal schoolboy hero.\n\nJohn Clark was radio’s first William from 1945-1947. He also portrayed William on stage and TV. He later emigrated to Canada and the US and married the late Lynn Redgrave. He will be returning to the UK specifically for tonight’s event.\n\nWilliam Graham was snatched from the variety circuit to become William in two fondly-remembered films, <em>Just William’s Luck</em> (1947) and <em>William Comes to Town</em> (1948).  As an adult he was a song-and-dance man, notably for London’s renowned Windmill Theatre.\nNot only is this the first time the two Williams have appeared together, it is also the first time they will have met. Their memories of playing William in the post-War years are bound to thrill William’s many fans. Messrs Clark and Graham will be interviewed by David McGillivray, who is making <em>Being William</em>, a documentary about all the actors who have played William on stage, screen, radio and TV since 1939. We hope that other Williams will be in the audience. The event will be filmed. Please book early as this event is likely to sell out.\n\nDoors open at 18.30 for a 19.30 start. Refreshments will be available in our licensed café/bar.
http://www.cinemamuseum.org.uk/
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A MAGNIFICENT HAUNTING / CINEMA PARADISO
riocinema19/01/201411:30:0000:00:00LONDONRio Cinema£10/£8
http://www.riocinema.ndirect.co.uk/2013/dec13/sundays.htm
Ghostly Memories Double Bill\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<strong>A MAGNIFICENT HAUNTING</strong> (15) 11.30am\n\n(Italy 2012) dir.Ferzan Ozpetek 104m. Subtitles. Digital.\nElio Germano, Margherita Buy, Vittoria Puccini, Giuseppe Fiorello, Paolo Minaccioni, Cem Yilmaz.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nIn a beautiful old apartment, an aspiring young actor encounters a ghostly theatre company trapped there since the Second World War. But what exactly were the events which have condemned them to an eternal prison? Ferzan Ozpetek’s intriguing sharp-edged look at life in present-day Rome and life in the mid-1940s offers real pleasures as the worlds of the living and the dead meet, and the impressive balancing of the magic and the mundane prepares the way for a journey to much darker and more complex territory.\n\n<a href=\http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUI3v9IfL1Q\" target=\"_blank\">Trailer</a>\n\n&nbsp;\n\n+ <strong>CINEMA PARADISO</strong> (PG) 1.35\n\n(Italy/France 1988) dir. Giuseppe Tornatore 124m. Subtitles. Digital.\nPhilippe Noiret
Enzo Cannavale
Antonella Attili
Jacques Perrin.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA celebration of Cinema and a beautiful depiction of small-town Italian life as the inhabitants of a Sicilian village escape the grim realities of post-war life with visits to the local picture house. Salvatore is now a famous film director but 30 years ago as a small boy he learned most of what he’ll ever know about love
loss and loyalty from Alfredo the cinema’s projectionist
not to mention the art of cutting the censorable bits from each movie. A wonderful performance from the great Philippe Noiret is the icing on this wonderfully bitter-sweet tale of friendship
love
inspiration and memories."
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A Night at the Opera
edencourt18/02/201400:00:0000:00:00SCOTLANDEden Court
https://www.eden-court.co.uk/whats-on/shows/a-night-at-the-opera-1
Join Groucho, Chico and Harpo Marx as they bring down the house to help their friend Ricardo woo leading lady Rosa in an infectious madcap comedy of wit and slapstick.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nFeaturing some of the Marx Brother’s most famous and best loved comedy routines <em>A Night at the Opera</em> is<em>guaranteed to have you laughing from one end of the musical scale to the other</em>.
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A Streetcar named Desire - on 35mm
05/01/201415:00:0000:00:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
The Ultimate Picture Palace
http://www.uppcinema.com/seasons/classics-box-office-hits
<p>Ultimate Picture Palace presents A Streetcar Named Desire in original 35mm format! 5th January @ 3pm and 6th January @ 6:30pm.</p>\n<p>As part of our Classics seasons: Box Office Hits we will be screening A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) in its original 35mm format! </p>\n<p>As Oxford's oldest independent cinema we can afford to be picky about the films we screen and we try to screen as many 35mm films as possible to honor its unique beauty and allow people the experience!</p>\n<p>Please follow the link below to see our current Classic's season listings:<br />\nhttp://www.uppcinema.com/seasons/classics-box-office-hits</p>
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A Streetcar named Desire - on 35mm
06/01/201418:30:0000:00:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
The Ultimate Picture Palace
http://www.uppcinema.com/seasons/classics-box-office-hits
<p>Ultimate Picture Palace presents A Streetcar Named Desire in original 35mm format! 5th January @ 3pm and 6th January @ 6:30pm.</p>\n<p>As part of our Classics seasons: Box Office Hits we will be screening A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) in its original 35mm format! </p>\n<p>As Oxford's oldest independent cinema we can afford to be picky about the films we screen and we try to screen as many 35mm films as possible to honor its unique beauty and allow people the experience!</p>\n<p>Please follow the link below to see our current Classic's season listings:<br />\nhttp://www.uppcinema.com/seasons/classics-box-office-hits</p>
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A tribute to Run Run Shaw: BAMBOO HOUSE OF DOLLS and OILY MANIAC
gdbdunseen21/02/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDON
Genesis Cinema
Free
Our next event sees G.B.U pay tribute to the legendary co-founder of The Shaw Brothers studio, Run Run Shaw, who died this year on January 7th, at the incredible age of 106!\nShaw Brothers produced over 1,000 films and needs no introduction. We've chosen 2 of our favourites for you all to feast your eyes on. Rarely seen and never really shown in this country we have a sleazy W.I.P movie and a monster flick full of madness that will have you howling with joy.\n\nBAMBOO HOUSE OF DOLLS (1973):\n\nThe Shaw Brothers, best known for their martial arts releases, jump onto the Women In Prison bandwagon in the similar vein as Jess Franco's many entries into the genre. However, I think we can agree, this is a little more stylishly done but still full of the sordid sex and violence that we have come to love from this kind of exploitation film. A simple story of a nurse in a Japanese POW camp conducting an escape...... that's all you need to know! come down and watch the sleaze unfold!\n\nView trailer here:\n<a href=\http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YV-7EqdXSGw\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"nofollow nofollow\">http://www.youtube.com/<wbr />watch?v=YV-7EqdXSGw</a>\n\n\nOILY MANIAC (1976):\n\nDirector Huo Meng Hua
of Mighty Peking Man fame
directs this Shaw Brothers entry into the monster film.... but we're not taking about an ape.... this is an OILY MANIAC. A cripple takes revenge on criminals by using a magic spell that transforms him into an oily monster/superhero.... if that doesn't make you want to see this then I don't know what else to do....\n\nview trailer here:\n<a href=\"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtFsIQsFY04\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"nofollow nofollow\">http://www.youtube.com/<wbr />watch?v=rtFsIQsFY04</a>\n\nThe night will be full of fun and jokes
beer
pie and mash and hopefully prizes to be given away.\n\nPlease note this event is over 18s only....please do not attend if easily offended.\n\nStart intro 7pm\n\nTrailers 715pm (20mins approx)\n\nBamboo House of Dolls: 8pm\n\n10 min break\n\nOily Maniac : 930pm ish\n\nFinish 11:15pm"
http://www.genesiscinema.co.uk
http://www.facebook.com/events/657360197643636/
Action, Asian, Exploitation,Trash
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AABEN Cine club: Classic horror double \SLEEPWALKER\" & \"THE INSOMNIAC\""
jonkino22/09/201320:00:0022:00:00
NORTH WEST (Manchester/Lancs/Cumbria/Ches/Merseyside)
The Black Lion£3.00
http://tinyurl.com/pwqd9fw
AABEN Cine club Presents classic horror double \SLEEPWALKER\" &amp; \"THE INSOMNIAC\"\n\nAaben's second screening in the Scalaram series is courtesy of BFI Flipside DVD label to celebrate the release of Flipside's double-bill release of SLEEPWALKER / THE INSOMNIAC.\n\nSleepwalker (1984
Saxon LoganUK49minscolour)
The Insomniac (1971
Rodney GieslerUK45mins colour)"
http://kinofilmz.wordpress.com/2013/09/10/cine-club-scalarama-screenings/
https://www.facebook.com/events/421029578006787/
Art, British, Erotic, European, Experimental, Exploitation, Horror, Political, Psychotronic, Queer interest,Trash
CORE PROGRAMME, Double-bill, DVD, Expanded cinema, Introduction, Shorts,X-rated
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AABEN Cine club: Czech Sci-Fi classic \IKARIE XB 1\""
jonkino18/09/201320:00:0022:00:00
NORTH WEST (Manchester/Lancs/Cumbria/Ches/Merseyside)
The Black Lion£3.00
http://tinyurl.com/qedkbx4
AABEN Cine club Presents Czech Sci-Fi classic \IKARIE XB 1\"\n\nJindrich Polák's pioneering and much-imitated feature is one of the cornerstones of contemporary sci-fi cinema. Adapted from Stanislaw Lem's 1955 novel The Magellanic Cloud
and predating Gene Rodenberry's Star Trek and Kubrick's 2001
Ikarie XB-1's influence can be seen on both - and on almost every other science-fiction vehicle that followed."
http://kinofilmz.wordpress.com/2013/09/10/cine-club-scalarama-screenings/
http://www.facebook.com/events/384391105022093/
Experimental, Exploitation, Film noir, Political, Psychotronic, Queer interest,Sci-fi
CORE PROGRAMMEIntroduction
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Aguirre, The Wrath of God
ALLENDE14/09/201313:00:0015:00:00LONDON£5.50
http://www.wegottickets.com/sct/mkEThKhwDt
<b> </b>(Werner Herzog Germany 1972) Secret Location. Limited capacity.\n\n‘A film that lodges firmly behind the explorations of the A13 corridor in my own <i>Dining on Stones</i>. The de- scent towards the river, the mad- ness of the quest. The monkeys on the raft, the ship in the trees.’ Iain Sinclair.
EuropeanHistorical
Expanded cinemaFestival
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Akerman 3: Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles
A Nos Amours12/12/201300:00:0000:00:00LONDONICA
http://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/nos-amours-chantal-akerman-3
<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p><a href=\http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/dielman.jpg\"><img class=\"alignleft size-full wp-image-1242\" alt=\"dielman\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/dielman.jpg\" width=\"743\" height=\"152\" /></a></p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>A Nos Amours continues a retrospective of the complete film works of Chantal Akerman
with her celebrated second feature film
 <strong>Jeanne Dielman
23 Quai du Commerce
1080 Bruxelles </strong>(1975
35mm).</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>An astonishing
crystalline film that is as arresting and absorbing as it ever was. A tour-de-force: assured
confident
awe-inspiring. A landmark of cinema.</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>Chantal Akerman is a film maker whose time has come: it is news that stays news. It is a cinema that reinvents and redefines what film is and can do. Akerman's work is superficially wide-ranging - documentary and narrative
film and video
16mm and 35mm
cinema and gallery - and yet her work is characterised by an uncompromising and singular sense of purpose.</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>What Akerman shows us
by means structural and otherwise
is nothing less than the human condition
a series of astonishing mediations on loneliness and anxiety
alienation and discomfort. Akerman so quickly
from her earliest work
established a startling and provocative project that is among the very greatest in European film. As J. Hoberman has said: \"Comparable in force and originality to Godard or Fassbinder
Chantal Akerman is arguably the most important European director of her generation\".</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>“I don’t feel like I belong
and that’s without real pain
without pride. Pride happens. No
I’m just disconnected
from practically everything. I have a few anchors
and sometimes I let them go or they let me go
and I drift. That’s most of the time. Sometimes I hang on for a few days
minutesseconds
then I let go again. I can hardly look. I can hardly hear. Semi-blind
semi-deaf
I float. Sometimes I sink. But not quite. Something
sometimes a detail
brings me back to the surface
and I start floating againâ€_â€ù·(from Akerman's voice over to Down There (2006))</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>A Nos Amours is grateful to the British Film Institute
the Belgian Embassy
to Picturehouseto the ICA
to the Royal Belgian Film Archive and to Paradise Films.</p>"
http://www.anosamours.co.uk/
Art, European,Experimental
35mmSubtitled01
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Akerman 4: News from Home
A Nos Amours23/01/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDONICA£8 - £10
https://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/nos-amours-chantal-akerman-4-news-home
A Nos Amours continues a retrospective of the complete film works of Chantal Akerman, with work that overtly engages with her mother, with absence and displacement: <strong>News From Home</strong> (1977, 85 mins, 16mm)\n\n&nbsp;\n\nBoth the English language (16mm) and French language versions (new digitally restored version) will be screened, as voiced by Akerman.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA Nos Amours is delighted that novelist and film-maker Xiaolu Guo will introduce the film. Xiaolu Guo is a passionate advocate of Akerman perhaps because she is also concerned with rootlessness, marginality and alienation.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA Nos Amours is grateful to the British Film Institute, the Belgian Embassy, to Picturehouse, to the ICA, to the Royal Belgian Film Archive and to Paradise Films.
http://www.anosamours.co.uk/
Art, European,Experimental
16mm, Digital,Subtitled
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Akerman 5: Les Rendez-vous d'Anna
A Nos Amours13/02/201419:30:0000:00:00LONDONICA£10 - £8
http://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/nos-amours-chantal-akerman-5-les-rendez-vous-danna
<img class=\alignleft size-full wp-image-1370\" alt=\"anna\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/anna.jpg\" width=\"743\" height=\"152\" />\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA Nos Amours continues the Chantal Ackerman retrospective with <em>Les Rendez-vous d'Anna</em>(1978)
a polished
forlorn fable of isolation.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nAnna Silver is a filmmaker. Her mother and sick father live in Belgium. Her frequent travels mean that hotel rooms are home as much as anywhere. Visits to the parental home are fleeting affairs - confessional intimacies between mother and daughter must be taken wherever they can. Pick-ups are easy-come-easy-go affairs. Commitment is provisional. 'Anna
where are you?'
a voice enquires. Anna may not know or much care.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe reflexive
seemingly autobiographical nature of all these components needs no underlining
and this hall-of-mirrors effect can be superficially disorientating. But a true bearing is sustained by the luminous
painterly miracle of wonderful image-making
and the sure sense of a great mind at work
exploring the alienating topographies of contemporary Europe.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nHere is dislocation amid the faux-comforts of hotels; endless peregrinations according to inescapably rigorous train time tables; nomadism as a form of deferred existential crisis. And a growing
nagging suspicion that for Akerman
indeed for any sensitive being
the spectre of the Nazi’s final solution haunts the trains and soulless places of Europe.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA profound work of art that finds Akerman exploring a new Bressonian idiom
that plumbs the well’s depth.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA Nos Amours would like to thank the ICA
Picturehouse
Wallonie-Bruxelles International and the BFI Audience Fund.\n\n<a href=\"http://www.anosamours.co.uk/\">www.anosamours.co.uk</a>\n<div></div>\n<div>\n\nLes Rendez-vous d'Anna. dir Chantal Akerman
France/Belgium/West Germany 1978
127 mins35mm
French with English subtitles\n\n</div>"
http://www.anosamours.co.uk/
Art, European,Experimental
35mmSubtitled01
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Akerman 6: Dis-moi (Tell Me)
A Nos Amours13/03/201419:30:0000:00:00LONDONICA£10 - £8
http://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/nos-amours-chantal-akerman-6-dis-moi-tell-me
A Nos Amours continues a retrospective of the complete film works of Chantal Akerman with <em>Dis Moi </em> (1980) in which the filmmaker, herself a daughter of a holocaust survivor, engages for the first time with the Shoah.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<em>Dis-moi</em> was commission for television – part of a series about grandmothers (<em>Grands-mères, un série proposée par Jean Frapat</em>). Akerman chose to talk with several elderly Jewish women – all of them survivors of the Shoah.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nAkerman has a terrible family history of her own – 'My mother arrived in Brussels in 1938 from a small town near Krakow. In 1942 she was taken to Auschwitz, just 30 miles from where she grew upâ€_Her parents died there and most of her family' (from an interview in the Jewish Chronicle). Akerman’s mother Natalia, a teenager at the time, survived, a quite unimaginable orphaning.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe filmmaker is in the frame and conducts the interviews, bearing witness to stories told by these elderly but dignified women survivors. But there is comedy here too – after all, these are stubborn, tough and wayward women who if bored are quite capable of losing interest in interviews and film crews, preferring to switch on the TV.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nNothing invokes the European disaster better than these encounters with orphans of the Shoah – cut off from the past and themselves by experience of horror.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nSubtitled in English by A Nos Amours for the first time, translated by Sylvie Beaufils.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nScreening with <em>Autour de Jeanne Dielman</em>, Sami Frey’s documentary video shot on the set of<em>Jeanne Dielman</em>, edited by Chantal Akerman and Agnès Ravez.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<a href=\http://www.anosamours.co.uk/\">www.anosamours.co.uk</a>\n<div></div>\n<div>\n\nDis-moi
dir Chantal Akerman
France 1980
45 mins\n\nAutour de Jeanne Dielman
dir Sami Frey
70 mins\n\n</div>"
http://www.anosamours.co.uk/
Art, European,Experimental
Double-billSubtitled
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Akerman 7: Toute une nuit (All Night Long)
A Nos Amours10/04/201420:00:0000:00:00LONDONICA£10 - £8
http://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/nos-amours-chantal-akerman-7-toute-une-nuit
A film by Chantal Akerman\n\n(1982, 89 mins, 35mm, colour, French with English subtitles)\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA Nos Amours continues a retrospective of the complete film works of Chantal Akerman with Toute une nuit, Akerman’s tender, ever-restless nocturnal of 1982.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThis is a film that begins at fall of night and ends as dawn approaches. Bathed in a Edward Hopper-like gloom, neon and glow of tungsten bulbs Akerman arranges and choreographs a series of brief encounters, wordless lovers’ tender embraces, and the slow meanderings of lonely night owls.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThese wordless interactions, often with accidental musical interludes from duke boxes and accidental sound (beautifully mixed by Jean-Paul Loublier who also mixed Jeanne Dielman), accumulate into a wonderful screen dance, punctuated by stillness and silence. This is after the realm of the insomniac and time passing is never so strongly felt.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n\I want the viewer to physically experience the time spent in each shot. This physical experience of this time is in you; the film time unfolds in you\" (Akerman has said). And as we all know
waiting for lovehoping for love
is all about time.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA Nos Amours is pleased to be co-presenting this screening with <strong><a title=\"BEVFF\" href=\"http://birds-eye-view.co.uk/film-festival/events/toute-une-nuit/\" target=\"_blank\">Birds Eye View Film Festival</a></strong><a title=\"BEVFF\" href=\"http://birds-eye-view.co.uk/film-festival/events/toute-une-nuit/\" target=\"_blank\">.</a>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nWe are delighted that <strong>Richard Kwietniowski</strong> will introduce the film. Richard Kwietniowski made the very wonderful <em><a title=\"Love and Death on Long Island\" href=\"http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119574/\" target=\"_blank\">Love and Death Long Island</a></em>
and is a great admirer of Chantal Akerman."
http://www.anosamours.co.uk/
Art, European,Experimental
35mmSubtitled01
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Al Capone von der Pfalz/ Al Capone of Palatinate
Goethe25/02/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDONGoethe Institut
£3 / free for Goethe-Institut language students and library members
http://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/lon/ver/en12130225v.htm
In 1970, New German Cinema director Peter Fleischmann met Bernhard Kimmel for the very first time. The ‘Al Capone of Palatinate’ had just served 10 years in <b>prison </b>for 179 robberies he had carried out with his gang in the late 1950s.\nThe two men, both from the same region but with <b>totally different biographies</b>, go back to the rural sites of Kimmel’s criminal activities and to a childhood in the West German post-war period.\n\n\nWith music by Brian Eno.\n\n<i>FRG 1970-1987, colour &amp; b/w, DVD (16mm), 87min. With English subtitles.\nDirector: Peter Fleischmann. With Bernhard Kimmel.</i>
Crime, European,Historical
Subtitled01
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Alice's Restaurant
CoolCatsCafe07/09/201321:00:0000:00:00LONDONCool Cats' CafeFree Entry
ALICE'S RESTAURANT is the film inspired by American folk singer Arlo Guthrie's 20 minute narrative song of the same name. Arlo, son of Woody Guthrie, plays himself in the film which notionally revolves around 1960s US draft dodging, pursuing hippy values and playing music but actually explores more sobering themes.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nSo, as well as tips on how to avoid conscription though littering, we also get a cameo from Pete Seeger and a relaxed, slightly shambolic, occasionally ambiguous story line and a glimpse at the darker human side of hippydom.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nMost importantly though - you can get anything you want at Alice's restaurant - one more time now, with feeling...
www.coolcatscafe.com/whatson
Comedy, Historical, Musical,Western
DVDFree00
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495AlienMarekSteven14/04/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDONAlibiFree
<a id=\js_10\" href=\"https://www.facebook.com/thealibifilmclub\" data-hovercard=\"/ajax/hovercard/page.php?id=309894705712637&amp;extragetparams=%7B%22directed_target_id%22%3A0%7D\">The Alibi Film Club</a>\n\nPresents Alien\n\nWith free popcorn
comfy seats..."
Horror, Sci-fi,Thriller
DVDFree01alien
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ALIEN (director's cut)
princecharles09/05/201418:30:0000:00:00LONDON
The Prince Charles Cinema
£7.50 (£5 members)
http://www.princecharlescinema.com/events/events.php?seasonanchor=scifi
A commercial crew aboard the deep space towing vessel, Nostromo is on its way home when they pick an SOS warning from a distant planet. What they don\t know is that the SOS warning is not like any other ordinary warning call. Picking up the signal
the crew realize that they are not alone on the spaceship when a alien stowaway is on the cargo ship.\n\n<b style=\"color: #cccccc;\"></b>"
http://www.princecharlescinema.com/
HorrorSci-fi35mm01
alien-directors-cut
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304ALIENSbroadway09/02/201414:00:0000:00:00
EAST MIDLANDS (Northants/Notts/Derbs/Leics/Rutland/Lincs)
Broadway Cinema
£7.70 / £6
http://www.broadway.org.uk/events/film_aliens
Director: James Cameron. Cast: Sigourney Weaver. Origin: United States. Duration: 137m\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe blockbuster sequel to Alien filled with dazzling special effects and fuelled by a tension-filled script full of non-stop surprises, it's deservedly become a sci-fi classic.
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All Night Horror Madness 8
Cameo08/03/201423:00:0000:00:00SCOTLANDCameo
£18.50 / £16.50
http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Cameo_Picturehouse/film/All_Night_Horror_Madness_8/
The Cameo's incredible ALL NIGHT HORROR MADNESS event returns for its 8th outing, with a stellar new line-up:\n\n&nbsp;\n\nCult zombie epic THE LIVING DEAD AT THE MANCHESTER MORGUE Another screening for all-time ANHM scuzz classic BASKET CASE\nA (pretty damn messed up) SURPRISE MOVIE\n80s vampire classic FRIGHT NIGHT &amp;\nClosing the night, from an imported US 35mm print...DEMONS!
http://www.facebook.com/allnight.horrormadness
HorrorPsychotronic
35mmAll-nighter
01
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ALL THE RIGHT NOTES: AS THE PALACES BURN (15)
derbyquad06/03/201420:30:0022:40:00
EAST MIDLANDS (Northants/Notts/Derbs/Leics/Rutland/Lincs)
QUAD
£7.80 Adults, £6.20 Concs. £7.00 Members, £5.60 Member Concs
https://uk.patronbase.com/_DerbyQuad/Sections/Choose?prod_id=16C4&perf_id=1
Originally started as a simple tour documentary following the Metal band ‘Lamb Of God’, this film took a decidedly different turn when lead singer Randy Blythe was arrested on charges of manslaughter, blamed for the death of one of their young fans in a stage diving incident in the Czech Republic. What followed was a heart-wrenching courtroom drama that left fans, friends and onlookers around the world on the edge of their seats.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe film will include a new/pre-recorded Q&amp;A with the band members that will be available exclusively to cinema audiences.
http://onthefringescinema.wordpress.com/
Concert, Documentary,Musical
Late night screeningLive music
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Allan Francovich: The Houses Are Full of Smoke
tatefilm06/06/201419:00:0022:00:00LONDONTate Modern
£5, concessions available
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/film/allan-francovich-houses-are-full-smoke
Allan Francovich, The Houses Are Full of Smoke/ En el humo de esta epoca USA, 1987, 16mm, 176 min\n\n&nbsp;\n\nAllan Francovich’s epic three part documentary The Houses Are Full of Smoke 1987 exposes the history of clandestine operations and U.S interventions in Central America since the 1950s. The film explores the social and political situation in the region in three sections on Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Built on extensive research conducted over six years, the film combines interviews with people from across the political spectrum - Sandinista leaders, Guatemalan campesinos, CIA operatives, Contras and US government apologists - to trace the political injustices and brutalities inflicted by both local and international governments.
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/project-space-chronicle-interventions
Art, Documentary, Historical, Political,War
Free01
allan-francovich-the-houses-are-full-of-smoke
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Allan Francovich: The Houses Are Full of Smoke
tatefilm06/06/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDONTate Modern
£5 / £4 concession
http://tickets.tate.org.uk/performancelist.asp?ShowID=5423
Allan Francovich’s epic three part documentary The Houses Are Full of Smoke 1987 exposes the history of clandestine operations and U.S interventions in Central America since the 1950s. The film explores the social and political situation in the region in three sections on Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Built on extensive research conducted over six years, the film combines interviews with people from across the political spectrum - Sandinista leaders, Guatemalan campesinos, CIA operatives, Contras and US government apologists - to trace the political injustices and brutalities inflicted by both local and international governments.\n\nAllan Francovich (1941 – 1997) was an American film producer and director who made investigative documentaries on political issues including a series of films critical of the CIA and US foreign policy including On Company Business 1980, Inside the CIA 1987 and the controversial documentary The Maltese Double Cross – Lockerbie, which challenged the off
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/film/allan-francovich-houses-are-full-smoke
http://www.facebook.com/tatefilm
Comedy, Documentary, Historical, Political,Romance
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Allemagne Année 90 Neuf Zero / Flight to Berlin
ALLENDE11/09/201318:15:0000:00:00LONDONGoethe Institut£5
http://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/lon/ver/en11316826v.htm
Two films set in Berlin, one before, one after the fall of the wall, both featuring Eddie Constantine. He plays himself in Chris Petit’s atmospheric thriller Flight to Berlin and returns as Lemmy Caution, the secret agent of Alphaville (1965), to wander the streets of the post-wall city in Godard’s filmic essay Germany Year Zero Nine. Less interested in plot than in the urban landscape, in its history and in character, both films together create a rare portrait of Berlin.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThere will be drinks after the first film, and the second film will be followed by a conversation between Iain Sinclair and Chris Petit.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nAllemagne 90 neuf zéro (Germany Year 90 Nine Zero), France 1991, DVD (35mm), colour, 61mins., with English subtitles. Director: Jean-Luc Godard. With Eddie Constantine, Hanns Zischler, Claudia Michelsen, Nathalie Kadem, André S. Labarthe.\n\nFlight to Berlin, UK / Germany 1984, 35mm, colour, 91 mins.,. Director: Christopher Petit. With Tusse Silberg, Paul Freeman, Lisa Kreuzer, Eddie Constantine, Jean-Francois Stevenin, Ewan Stewart, Tatjana Blacher.
http://king-mob.net/
British, Documentary,Experimental
35mm, Double-bill, Free,Subtitled
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491AmateurMagicLantern16/04/201419:30:0000:00:00
YORKSHIRE &amp; THE HUMBER
Hagglers Corner
£5 on the door / £4 / £3
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/265588#.Ux3_KF5FlqQ
TEN-MINUTE LOCALLY MADE SHORT FILM\nTEN-MINUTE EPISODE FROM 90S FAVOURITES BEAVIS AND BUTTHEAD\nFEATURE RUNNING TIME 105 MINUTES\n\n&nbsp;\n\nQuirky, funny, stylised thriller from an American indie legend. An amnesiac porn baron left for dead by his wife is helped by a nymphomaniac nun who writes erotic novels.
http://magiclanternfilmclub.wordpress.com/#Apr14
ComedyFestivalShorts01amateur
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43AmélieNomadCinema19/09/201318:30:0000:00:00LONDONFulham Palace
£8.50 - £12.50
http://www.wegottickets.com/nomadcinema/event/222076
Amélie (Audrey Tautou) isn’t like other girls. She watched her goldfish disappear in a municipal swimming pool right before her very eyes, her mother died in Notre Dame Square, and her father dotes on a garden gnome. Now twenty-two, her hide-and-seek mission in Montmartre is to bring a little magic to other people’s lives. Amélie meets a lonely kook called Nino Quincampoix (Matthieu Kassovitz), and maybe it’s time for Amélie to get a taste of her own medicine.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nAbsolutely magical. Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s film will surely go down as one of the most beautifully shot films of all time; jam-packed with wonderful images, sequences and actors. We liked the gnome thing – you know, the postcards. So we’re inviting you to bring with you on the night, free of charge, your own gnome. Gnomes like to get out once in a while.
http://www.whereisthenomad.com/events/amelie-15-fulham-palace/
Comedy, European,Romance
Festival, Late night screening, Outdoor screening,Pop-up venue
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AMOUR FOU: MYSTERIOUS SKIN
jamesking24/09/201318:40:0000:00:00LONDONICA
£6/£3 ICA members
http://www.ica.org.uk/?lid=38918#booktickets
&nbsp;\n\n&nbsp;\n\nAMOUR FOU: a series of screenings investigating carnal obsessions, infidelity, subversive sexuality and the notion of insane love.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nMYSTERIOUS SKIN [18]\n\nDirector: Gregg Araki. Starring: Brady Corbet, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Elisabeth Shue, Bill Sage. USA 2004. 105 mins.\n\nIn the summer of 1981 eight-year-old Brian (Corbet) regains consciousness in the basement of his house, unable to recall the last five hours of his life after rain started falling on his little league game. That same summer, the team's star player Neil (Gordon-Levitt) is seduced by the team's coach. As the boys grow into teenagers, their lives are haunted by their experiences of that time. Brian, desperate to find out what happened during his missing hours, becomes obsessed with alien abductions and recording his dreams. Neil becomes an in-demand hustler. By coincidence, the pair again meet. An adaptation of Scott Heim’s novel, <i>Mysterious Skin</i> is a provocative, audacious work that boasts performances and a soundtrack to die for - courtesy of The Cocteau Twins’ Robin Guthrie and Harold Budd. A major work and perhaps Araki’s finest film to date.
Erotic, Queer interest, Romance,Sci-fi
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An Evening with John Krish
cinemamuseum
22/05/201419:30:0000:00:00LONDON
Cinema Museum
£8.50 (£6.50 concessions)
http://www.cinemamuseum.org.uk/2014/an-evening-with-john-krish-2/
The acclaimed writer and director introduces a career-spanning programme of four incredibly diverse films. Join John as he explains how he made the leap from documentary company staffer to BAFTA-winning, Oscar-nominated, freelance filmmaker.\n\n‘<em>I Think They Call Him John</em>’ (1964) unflinchingly questions the lack of care we show for elderly, vulnerable neighbours who live in solitude.\n\n‘<em>Let My People Go</em>’ (1961) was prompted by the Sharpville massacre in South Africa and educated British audiences to the terrible meaning of Apartheid. ‘<em>Let My People Go</em>’ won the BAFTA United Nations Award and was nominated for an Oscar.\n\nFrom 1966, shooting of the television series ‘<em>The Avengers</em>’ switched from black and white to colour, with a large budget that would give each episode the look of a feature film. John set the programme’s famous style by directing the opening and end titles and three full episodes, including ‘<em>A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Station</em>’ (1967).\n\n‘<em>Out Of The Darkness</em>’ (1985) was made for the Children’s Film Foundation. An atmospheric ghost story set in the past and present, it is based on an extraordinary sacrifice in the Derbyshire village of Eyam during the plagues of the 17th century.
http://www.cinemamuseum.org.uk/2014/an-evening-with-john-krish-2/
DocumentaryNatural world
Discussion, Educational,Introduction
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544Andrei RublevCarolyn04/05/201418:20:0000:00:00SCOTLAND
Glasgow Film Theatre
£8 - £4.50
http://www.glasgowfilm.org/theatre/whats_on/6232_andrei_rublev
Often cited as his greatest film, Andrei Tarkovsky’s masterful Andrei Rublev is neither historiography nor biography, instead taking a measured, deliberate and episodic approach in its evocation of the Russian artist. Ruminating on spirituality and brutality, Tarkovsky places Rublev as witness to the harsh and savage realities of the world. A true wonder of storytelling, made on an epic scale, this film is a tour-de-force of visceral filmmaking.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThis film has been chosen by Glasgow trained artist Victoria Morton, who will introduce the screening and discuss how it has informed her own practice.
http://www.glasgowfilm.org/theatre/whats_on/6232_andrei_rublev
ArtHistorical01andrei-rublev
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420Annie Hallstar&shadow30/03/201419:30:0000:00:00
NORTH EAST (Teeside/Durham/T&amp;W/Northd)
Star and Shadow Cinema
£5 / £3.50
http://www.starandshadow.org.uk/on/film/1323
Director: Woody Allen. Certificate: BBFC 15. Length: 89 min. Format: 35mm. Language: English. Country: USA\n\n&nbsp;\n\n'Filled with poignant performances and devastating humor, <em>Annie Hall</em> represents a quantum leap for Woody Allen and remains an American classic.' Rotten Tomatoes. Woody Allen's romantic comedy of the Me Decade follows the up and down relationship of two mismatched New York neurotics. Jewish comedy writer Alvy Singer (Allen) reflects on his past romance with tightly-wound WASP singer Annie Hall (Diane Keaton, née Hall). Funny, wry, tender and fashion-setting <em>Annie Hall</em> beat <em>Star Wars</em> to the Oscar for Best Picture.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nAnd stay by after the film for a short piano recital by Yoshi Kawamuray: after Woody a little musical indulgence with some Chopinâ€_
Comedy
35mmLive music
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Anxiety 2014: Opening Night (USA 1977)
lookatme13/06/201421:00:0000:00:00LONDON
Hackney Picturehouse
£10.60/£9.60
http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Hackney_Picturehouse/film/Opening_Night/
Almost undistributed on its 1977 release, Opening Night has since proven to be one of the great films about the trials and trepidations of performance. Gena Rowlands plays Broadway star Myrtle Gordon who is performing in a play about a woman who is unable to admit she is ageing. After she witnesses the accidental death of an adoring fan, she begins to confront her own personal demons, triggering performance anxiety in the run up to the opening night of her new play. Opening Night blurs and questions the line between reality and performance more so than any other Cassavetes film. The nervous energy of Gena Rowlands performance and Cassavetes’ direction is most apparent in the improvised live-onstage scenarios through the film.\n\nAnxiety 2014 is a new London-wide arts festival, curated by the Mental Health Foundation and taking place throughout June. The festival explores anxiety, looking at its causes, how it affects all of our lives, and how it can act as a creative force.
www.anxiety2014.org/programme/films/opening-night
https://www.facebook.com/events/304515539714852/
Horror35mmFestival01
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AORTA BURST: FURY OF THE WEREWOLF (16mm)
CigBurns09/02/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDON
Dissenting Academy
FREE
<p>This month Cigarette Burns and Aorta Burst invite you to spend an evening with Spain's premier genre actor, Paul Naschy. The only man to have played all the key monsters, Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, the Hunchback, the Mummy and his most famous, Waldemar Daninsky, the Werewolf.</p>\n<p>Fury of the Werewolf was a troubled production, filmed in 1970, but not released for several years, finally found it's home on late night American television.<br />\nHaving returned from Tibet after being bitten by a Yeti, our anti hero, Daninsky is (predictably) turned into a werewolf. While struggling with his new found illness, he finds his wife has been cheating on him, things become even more complicated when he he dies in a car accident and a female scientist decides to investigate the curse of the werewolf, only to find FURY!</p>\n<p>Definitely one to watch a bit drunk.</p>\n<p>Roasts and booze will be on hand, all set to the whirring sound of 16mm celluloid - reserve sofas on 02072496430</p>
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Artists' Film Club: Ulrike Ottinger
jamesking19/02/201418:45:0000:00:00LONDONICA£5
http://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/artists-film-club-ulrike-ottinger
Artist and filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger’s 1979 feature length film <em>Ticket of No Return </em>sees the film’s lead reject her comfortable lifestyle, taking a one way ticket to Berlin’s Tegal Airport. Encountering a variety of unusual characters on her odyssey, Ottinger weaves an eccentric and highly stylised portrait of Berlin’s bars and nightlife in this unique film.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nUlrike Ottinger (born 1942 Konstanz, Germany) lives and works in Berlin. <em>Ticket of No Return</em> (1979), was followed by <em>Freak Orlando</em> (1981) and <em>Dorian Gray In The Mirror Of The Yellow Press</em> (1984) in her 'Berlin Trilogy'. Her most recent feature <em>Under Snow</em> was released in 2011. She has been the subject of numerous exhibitions focusing on her filmmaking and photographic work.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe screening coincides with the exhibition <em>I love you Me either</em> at Project Native Informant, London, 13 February - 29 March 2014.
Art, European, Experimental,Queer interest
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Assembly: Signs and Signals
tatefilm20/01/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDONTate Britain
£5 / concs available
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/film/assembly-signs-and-signals
In this special programme, images, objects and performance are brought together to expand the relationship between artist and audience. Featuring new and reconfigured work by:\n\n&nbsp;\n\nSally Golding\nHeather Phillipson\nGail Pickering\nCharlotte Prodger\nGuy Sherwin and Lynn Loo\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThis is the first of two <em>Assembly</em> screenings in the Grand Saloon, the next one is <a href=\http://www.tate.org.uk/node/288627\"><em>Assembly: Near and Further Contact II</em></a> on Monday 24 February 2014.\n\n&nbsp;\n<div>\n<div>\n<div>\n\n<em>Tate Film is supported by Maja-Hoffmann / LUMA Foundation</em>\n\n<em>With additional support for Assembly from Bilge Ogut-Cumbusyan and Haro Cumbusyan</em>\n\n</div>\n</div>\n</div>"
Art
Expanded cinemaShorts
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Assembly: Territories I
tatefilm26/01/201415:00:0000:00:00LONDONTate Britain
£5 / concs available
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/film/assembly-territories-i
From picturesque Oxfordshire to the idiosyncratic panorama of a family funfair in the shadow of the City of London, this pairing contemplates sites of pleasure and tension in the natural and built environment.\n\n&nbsp;\n<h3><em>An History of Civilisation</em></h3>\nAndrew Kötting,2010, HD video, 7 min\n\n&nbsp;\n<h3><em>Robinson in Ruins</em></h3>\nPatrick Keiller, 2010, video, 97 min\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe screening is followed by a discussion chaired by co-curator of <em>Assembly </em>Andrew Vallance.\n\nThis screening is paired with <a href=\http://www.tate.org.uk/node/288729\"><em>Assembly: Territories II</em></a> on Monday 27January 2014\n<div>\n<div>\n<div>\n\n<em>Tate Film is supported by Maja-Hoffmann / LUMA Foundation</em>\n\n<em>With additional support for Assembly from Bilge Ogut-Cumbusyan and Haro Cumbusyan</em>\n\n</div>\n</div>\n</div>"
Art
Expanded cinema
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Assembly: Territories II
tatefilm27/01/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDONTate Britain
£5 / concs available
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/film/assembly-territories-ii
From an aerial view of the desert to the hand-held close-ups of daily life, these films explore landscapes and journeys, both topographical and political.\n\n&nbsp;\n<h2><em>Three Studies in Geography</em></h2>\nNeil Henderson, 2011, 16 mm film transferred to digital, 23 min\n\n&nbsp;\n<h2><em>Cold Open</em></h2>\nSeamus Harahan, 2012, video, 12 min\n\n&nbsp;\n<h2><em>Background</em></h2>\nMagali Reus, 2009, HD video 8 min\n\n&nbsp;\n<h2><em>Shadow Sites I</em></h2>\nJananne Al-Ani, 2010, Super 16 mm film transferred to digital, 14 min\n\n&nbsp;\n<h2><em>Why Colonel Bunny Was Killed </em></h2>\nMiranda Pennell, 2010, HD video, 28 min\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThis screening is paired with <a href=\http://www.tate.org.uk/node/288727\"><em>Assembly: Territories I</em></a> on Sunday 26 January 2014\n<div>\n<div>\n<div>\n\n<em>Tate Film is supported by Maja-Hoffmann / LUMA Foundation</em>\n\n<em>With additional support for Assembly from Bilge Ogut-Cumbusyan &amp; Haro Cumbusyan</em>\n\n</div>\n</div>\n</div>"
Art
Expanded cinema
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Assembly: The Wayward Canon presents Yoga Horror
tatefilm15/03/201419:00:0000:00:00LONDONTate Britain
£5 / concs available
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/film/assembly-closing-event
<div>\n<div>\n\n<em>Assembly: Closing event. Tate Britain, Grand Saloon</em>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nFor the special closing event for <em>Assembly</em>, artist Mark Aerial Waller presents a new project in his ongoing series <em>The Wayward Canon</em>.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<em>Yoga Horror </em> occupies the convergent space of film viewing where the gallery exhibition overlaps with cinema and social gathering. The event includes a screening of the 1945 portmanteau British horror movie <em>Dead of Night</em> together with specially filmed new sequences and a yoga exercise video. <em>Dead of Night</em> is narrated through the half remembered experience of the protagonist Walter Craig, whose recurring nightmare provides a recursive structure for a series of tales, where one form of consciousness slips into another, where horror lies within slippages of logic and perception. This new production of <em>Yoga Horror</em> presents previously unseen footage constructed specially for the event. It is a dynamic montage of spectatorship and memory, inviting the audience to engage with the gap between waking and dreaming, between the impossible and the real. Their unique events explore the covert languages of cinema, the shadowy half-pronounced areas where humour, horror and truth reside.\n\n</div>\n</div>
ArtHorror
Expanded cinema
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330Atlantic City
daysarenumbers
20/02/201420:00:0000:00:00LONDONThe MontpelierFree
Louis Malle was very much the cine-journeyman - going to places that were just that little bit off kilter and special. Here on US soil, the laconic autuer shapes a delicate relationship piece between two of Tinseltown’s most enduring icons - Burt Lancaster and Susan Sarandon (whilst wrapping narrative tropes around a gangster/mob/drug running backstory). The old pro and the new ingenue make a quirky couple playing against the windswept backdrop of the titular city where dreams are swept away by the raging tide (Malle goads you in to smelling that odious salty air).\n\nOne of the first Old School/Golden Age Hollywood stars to go 'indie', Lancaster is perfectly cast as the delicate old timer whilst Sarandon comes to the fore with ferocious presence (a litmus of what was to come in a distinguished, respected acting career). The majestic Michel Legrand is on solid OST duties.\n\nWords by Lovely Jon.
http://www.facebook.com/events/198253757034872/
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485Atlantic Citytpfilmclub15/04/201420:00:0000:00:00LONDON
The Lord Palmerston
Free
<em>\Atlantic City is a sophisticated fairy tale
beautifully acted and beautiful to behold; it is as funny as it is touching.\" - Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times</em>\n\n&nbsp;\n\n&nbsp;\n\nNominated for five Academy Awards
Burt Lancaster is Lou: a has-been numbers runner passing himself off as a retired hit-man in order to impress trainee croupier
Sally (a young Susan Sarandon). When Sally’s estranged husband turns up unexpectedly with drugs stolen from the mob
Lou sees a last chance to be the man he never was."
http://www.tufnellparkfilmclub.com/screenings/2014/4/1/atlantic-city-louis-malle-usa-1980.html
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642AUDREY ROSECigBurns15/06/201416:00:0000:00:00LONDON
Various Locations
http://www.facebook.com/events/735888943130481/
<span class=\fsl\">Presented in the Andaz Hotel's jaw droppingly gorgeous Masonic Temple as part of East London Film Festival
it's AUDREY ROSE...</span>\n\nAn odd little side note to the child possession films of the 70s
Robert Wise (The Haunting) delivers an interesting thought piece.\nAUDREY ROSE finds a young Anthony Hopkins unnervingly obsessed with the idea that Ivy Templeton is<span class=\"text_exposed_show\"> the reincarnation of his own daughter. Stalking and eventually arrested for abducting the young Ivy
in an effort to connect with his Audrey
the grieving father inevitably has to face his loss.\nThe ideas of an after life
reincarnation and reality are all examined in and tested
while Ivy and her terrified family fight to retain their family and sanity.</span>"
http://www.facebook.com/events/735888943130481/
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B-movie Madness Double Bill!
atomicbark13/09/201320:00:0000:00:00LONDONPalatine Bar£3
<strong>8pm : A Bucket of Blood (Roger Corman, 1959)</strong>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA Far-out Beatnik Horror Comedy!\n\n&nbsp;\n\nConsidered one of Roger Corman's best films, this is a very funny, darkly satirical horror which perfectly encapsulates the often pretentious, narcissistic art and poetry of the late 50's Beat scene. A struggling, unknown artist accidentally kills the landlady's cat, but then decides to use its corpse for a new sculpture. When he exhibits it at a Bohemian cafe, frequented by the local stuck up cool cats and Beatniks, he receives huge critical acclaim. But the dead cat is just the start of his fatal 'new' art-form - next up is a human subject!\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<strong>10pm : The Brain That Wouldn't Die (Joseph Green, 1959)</strong>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA Bizarre Decapitated 'Head' Movie!\n\n&nbsp;\n\nOne of the best 'brain in a jar' films, this classic B-movie is a very weird trip into a dark, disturbing universe, touching upon philosophical mind/body themes, along with some hilarious shlock horror. When his wife is killed in a car crash, her mad scientist husband saves her severed head and keeps it alive in his laboratory. When she comes back to consciousness she is horrified, but he will not let her die, planning on finding her a new, beautiful body, by nefarious schemes. But little does he know that his wife can telepathically communicate with the imprisoned mutant in the broom cupboard!\n\n&nbsp;\n\nPlus cult movie soundtracks and groovy psychedelic music from DJ Idle Rich, before and after the films!
Comedy, Exploitation, Horror, Psychotronic, Sci-fi,Trash
Double-billLive music
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198BabylonMagicLantern28/09/201317:00:0000:00:00
YORKSHIRE &amp; THE HUMBER
Hagglers Corner
£5 on the door
A reggae evening as part of Sensoria 2013 Festival of Music/Film/Digital. We’ll have music to get us in the mood and a rare screening of a British film starring Brindsley Forde that captures the essence of being young and black in London at the end of the 70s.\n\nJoin us from 5pm. Film will start when it gets dark. Reggae tunes before and after, plus licensed bar open till midnight.
http://magiclanternfilmclub.wordpress.com/#Babylon
https://www.facebook.com/events/367316786703997/
BritishComedy
DVD, Festival, Outdoor screening,Pop-up venue
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Back to the Future
Everyman12314/03/201420:45:0000:00:00
YORKSHIRE &amp; THE HUMBER
Everyman Leeds
£10
http://www.everymancinema.com/films/film-info?film=628&cinemaid=25
<div>Celebrate the best in cult cinema every Friday night, from action and adventure to thrillers and horror, all hosted in our boutique screening lounge Screen 5Â_.</div>\n<div></div>\n<div></div>\n<div>Tickets are £10 and include a complimentary beer, wine or soft drink.</div>\n<div></div>\n<div></div>\n<div>Teenager Marty McFly's dad is a hideous wimp, his mother a dipso, so he befriends mad scientist Dr. Brown (Lloyd). In a DeLorean time machine they travel back to 1955, the year his parents met in high school. But at that age, mom rather fancies her offspring more than his prospective father. Zemeckis takes obvious pleasure in solving not just the technical but also the emotional problems of time travel: how to avoid incest, how to unite your parents in order that you will be born, how to return to the future when both the car and the professor have blown a fuse, and above all how to avoid tampering with history.</div>
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Badlands (35mm)
dukeofyork21/02/201423:30:0000:00:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
Duke of York's Picture House
£7.90 / £6.90
http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Duke_Of_Yorks/News/item/After_Dark_Badlands/
One of the most impressive American directorial debuts ever, Terrence Malick’s BADLANDS (1973) focuses on James Dean-lookalike garbage collector Kit (Martin Sheen, in his breakthrough role) and listless schoolgirl Holly (Sissy Spacek, CARRIE), who embark on an apparently random killing spree after her father objects to their relationship.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe film evokes a post-war rural Midwest of near-halcyon innocence, despite the ever-present threat (and history) of violence.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nBut what makes it so special is Malick’s sophisticated, coolly ironic approach to motivation, with Holly’s voiceover (in the style of the celebrity-obsessed magazines she’s forever reading) tellingly balanced both by the fugitive couple’s actions and by Kit’s oddly moralistic pronouncements, uttered with a view to posterity.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe brilliance of the leads’ performances is merely the jewel in an exquisite crown.
35mmLate night screening
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58Bagdad Cafeforestrow20/09/201320:00:0022:30:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
Forest Row Village Hall
£6/£5 (concs)
http://forestrowfilmsociety.org/news/films/bagdad-cafe/
<p>Part of <a href=\http://www.forestrowfestival.org\">Forest Row Festival</a>:</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>Director: Percy Adlon
Germany/USA 1987
95 mins
12</p>\n<p><em>“A radiant
oddball comedy-drama about the relationship that develops between a fat Bavarian tourist
an irritable black truckstop owner
and a weirdo artistâ€ù</em> Time Out</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>After a quarrel with her husband in the middle of Mojave Desert
Bavarian tourist Jasmin gathers her luggage and stalks off. She checks into a run-down truck stop motel owned by a tough black mother of several teenaged children. Slowly they become friends and transform their BAGDAD CAFE into an entertaining
successful place.</p>"
http://forestrowfilmsociety.org/news/films/bagdad-cafe/
http://www.facebook.com/events/611858862181911/
ComedyEuropean
16mm, 35mm, Discussion, DVD, Educational, Festival, Interactive, Introduction, Q&A,Subtitled
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BASKET CASE - on 35mm
CigBurns17/01/201423:00:0000:00:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
Duke of York's Picture House
http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Duke_Of_Yorks/News/item/Cigarette_Burns_Presents_Basket_Case/
Cigarette Burns Cinema is heading back to the seaside to team up with Brighton's Duke's After Dark, and this time they're bringing Belial with them.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe tenant in room 7 is very small, very twisted and very mad.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nOne of the true gems of the grindhouse cinemas of NYC's 42nd, BASKET CASE is serves up everything a late night audience could desire, amusingly bizarre and twisted, brought to you in the grottiest format possible - a very rare 35mm print.
https://www.facebook.com/events/214714225377577/
ExploitationHorror
35mmLate night screening
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293Beetlejuiceglasgowyouth07/02/201423:00:0000:00:00SCOTLAND
Glasgow Film Theatre
£8 / £5.50
http://www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/information/festivals_within_the_festivals/gyff/5634_beetlejuice
Recently deceased Barbara and Adam Maitland (Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin) haunt their old home in an attempt to scare away its new tenants, the Deetzes, whose gothic daughter Lydia is the only one who notices anything amiss. Getting desperate, the dead couple employ Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton), a freelance ‘bio-exorcist’, to help them out. As the hellish miscreant wreaks havoc wherever he turns, the Maitlands begin to regret their decision and try to stop him. Director Tim Burton on fine, early fantasy-extravaganza form.\n<strong>Part of Glasgow Youth Film Festival. All GYFF films have no adverts or trailers and begin at the scheduled time.</strong>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nGFT’s celebrated late nights are laid back affairs where cult favourites can be savoured while you enjoy a drink from the bar. The films are chosen for a lively crowd so expect a fun atmosphere.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nTickets cost £8 full price and £5.50 concession. Plus FREE entry to NICE N SLEAZY on presentation of your ticket after each film.
ComedyHorror
Late night screening
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489Belle de Jourlookatme22/04/201420:00:0000:00:00LONDON
The Stag's Head
Dir Luis Bunuel , 1967\n\nThe porcelain perfection of Catherine Deneuve hides a cracked interior in the actress’s most iconic role: Séverine, a chilly Paris housewife by night, a bordello prostitute by day.This surreal and erotic late-sixties daydream from provocateur for the ages Luis Buñuel is an examination of desire and fetishistic pleasure (its characters’ and its viewers’), as well as a gently absurdist take on contemporary social mores and class divisions. Fantasy and reality commingle in this burst of cinematic transgression, which was one of Buñuel’s biggest hits.
EroticEuropean01belle-de-jour
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484Benda Bililiminicine24/04/201419:00:0000:00:00
YORKSHIRE &amp; THE HUMBER
The Palace Picturehouse
£6
http://minicine.bigcartel.com/product/benda-bilili-2010-thu-24-apr-7pm
A band of paraplegic street musicians and a young able-bodied teenager light up the stage in front of an entranced audience of 8000 people in this uplifting documentary.
Black interest, Documentary,Musical
Subtitled01benda-bilili
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Bernardo Bertolucci: Oil & Canal
tatefilm20/06/201419:00:0022:00:00LONDONTate Modern
£5, concessions available
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/film/bernardo-bertolucci-oil-canal
Recently rediscovered, Bernardo Bertolucci’s only feature-length documentary Oil / La via del petrolio 1967 traces the routes of global oil production from well to barrel. Made after his acclaimed film Before the Revolution / Prima della rivoluzione, 1964 and commissioned for Italian television, the film lead Bertolucci to a new way of filmmaking shooting whatever hit his eye. As Bertolucci recalled in 1995 ‘it was a commissioned documentary, but I did it trying to get away, whenever I could, from the temptations and rules of documentary film-making. I filmed the drillers as if they were pioneers in an old western movie, the helicopter pilots as anarchistic and individualistic heroes, like the solitary figures of Godard or Only Angels Have Wings.’\n\n&nbsp;\n\nAccompanied by Bertolucci’s short film Canal 1967 that explores the influential trade route of the Suez Canal in Egypt. Together these fascinating films explore the international links between natural resources and global capital.
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/project-space-chronicle-interventions
Art, Comedy, Documentary, Erotic, Experimental, Historical, Natural world, Political, Queer interest,Trash
FestivalLate night screening
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BFI Flipside Double Bill - Sleepwalker and The Insomniac
Chapter23/09/201320:15:0022:30:00WALES
Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
£7.20 in advance / £7.90 on the day, concession and Chapter Member price £5.10 advance / £5.80 on the day
http://www.chapter.org/flipside-double-bill-15
Sleepwalker\nUK/1984/49mins/15 Dir: Saxon Logan\nWith: Joanna David, Bill Douglas, Fulton Mackay\nWhen wealthy couple Richard and Angela visit Marion and Alex in their decaying family home, an evening of drunkenness and sexual rivalry turns bloody as the guests fall victim to an unhinged attacker. Featuring a rare performance from director Bill Douglas, this outrageous mix of biting satire and stylish horror recalls the work of otherwise unlikely bedfellows, Lindsay Anderson and Dario Argento.\n\nThe Insomniac\nUK/1971/45mins/15 Dir: Rodney Giesler\nWith: Morris Perry, Valerie Van Ost, Phoebe Nicholls\nThe strange experience of an insomniac who, unable to sleep, looks out of his apartment window and sees, not the grey city skyline he expects, but a brightly lit country garden - his children's imaginary world. He decides to explore the fantasy and, at a party, meets a young girl with whom he escapes to a deserted, sun-drenched countryside.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nSleepwalker is released in a Dual Format Edition (DVD &amp; Blu-ray) by BFI Flipside on 23 September. The Insomniac and other rare British films are included as extras.
http://www.chapter.org/flipside-double-bill-15
Art, British, Experimental,Horror
CORE PROGRAMME, Double-bill,Introduction
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BFI FLIPSIDE: SLEEPWALKER / THE INSOMNIAC
MarekSteven23/09/201319:00:0000:00:00LONDONAlibiFree
BFI Flipside presents SLEEPWALKER / THE INSOMNIAC\n\n<i>Sleepwalker</i> (1984, Saxon Logan, UK, 49mins, colour),<i> The Insomniac</i> (1971, Rodney Giesler, UK, 45mins, colour)\n\nWhen wealthy couple Richard and Angela visit Marion and Alex in their decaying family home, an evening of drunkenness and sexual rivalry turns bloody as the guests fall victim to an unhinged attacker. Featuring a rare performance from director Bill Douglas (<i>Bill Douglas Trilogy</i>, <i>Comrades</i>), and starring Joanna David and Heather Page (both of whom would go on to work with Douglas in <i>Comrades</i>), this outrageous mix of biting satire and stylish horror recalls the work of otherwise unlikely bedfellows, Lindsay Anderson and Dario Argento. The stellar cast also includes Nikolas Grace, and features cameos by Fulton MacKay, Michael Medwin and Raymond Huntley. Perfectly double-billed with<i> The Insomniac</i> (Rodney Giesler, 1971, 45mins), in which a man experiences a night-time world that is part nightmare, part sexual fantasy.\n\n<i>Sleepwalker</i> is released in a Dual Format Edition (DVD &amp; Blu-ray) by BFI Flipside on 23 September. <i>The Insomniac</i> and other rare British films are included as extra features.
British, Erotic, Horror,Psychotronic
CORE PROGRAMME, Double-bill, DVD,Free
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261Bicycle Thievestatefilm22/01/201414:00:0000:00:00
NORTH WEST (Manchester/Lancs/Cumbria/Ches/Merseyside)
Tate Liverpool
£8 / concessions available
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-liverpool/film/office-useful-art-political-commitment-world-cinema-1
<em>Political Commitment in World Cinema</em> is a series of talks and screenings of politically engaged films from around the world. These film screenings take place in the Group Reception Roon as part of our special exhibition <em><a href=\http://www.tate.org.uk/node/277057\">Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789</a>.</em>\n\nDelivered by lecturers in <a href=\"http://www.liv.ac.uk/cultures-languages-and-area-studies/film-studies/\">Film Studies</a> at the University of Liverpool
the series will show how left-wing values have shaped filmmaking across a series of different national and historical contexts. The sessions will not only introduce visitors to significant milestones of world cinema
but will explore the ways in which film is able to reflect the broader political and social context in which it is made.\n\nFourth in this series is <em>Bicycle Thieves</em> (Vittorio de Sica
1948) presented by Dr Tiago de Luca
Lecturer in World Cinema
from the University of Liverpool.\n\n&nbsp;\n<h2>Synopsis</h2>\nDirected by Vittorio de Sica and written by Cezare Zavattini
<em>Bicycle Thieves</em> (1948) stands as a cornerstone of a social realist tradition in world cinema. Its deceptively simple story of a man in search of his bicycle through the streets of a war-ravaged Rome captures the essence of its time and remains a poignant cinematic plea for social equality.\n\n&nbsp;"
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284Big Cityforestrow07/02/201420:00:0000:00:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
Forest Row Village Hall
Members: £5/£4 (cons). Day membership: £6/£5
<img class=\alignleft size-full wp-image-1360\" alt=\"bigcity\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/bigcity.jpg\" width=\"743\" height=\"152\" />\n\nDirector: Satyajit Ray
India 1963131 mins
PG\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<em>“Heart-warming
funny
wise and profound. Not to be missed.â€ù</em> Empire\n\n&nbsp;\n\nSatyajit Ray’s finely-drawn study of city life in 1950s India
and of the effect on a traditional family of a modern younger generation in which the daughter-in-law takes employment as a saleswoman. With remarkable sensitivity and attention to the details of everyday working-class life
the film constructs a powerful human drama that is at once a hopeful morality tale and a commentary on the identity of the contemporary Indian woman.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<em>“Not to have seen the cinema of Ray means existing in the world without seeing the sun or the moon.â€ù</em> Akira Kurosawa"
http://forestrowfilmsociety.org/news/films/the-big-city-mahanagar/
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Bike-powered outdoor cinema - Edward Scissorhands
neiljohns07/09/201320:00:0022:00:00LONDONPeckham RyeFree
<p>Join us for a free bike-powered outdoor cinema on Peckham Rye. Part of the Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival (5-15 September). Film to be chosen by public online vote during July - either Edward Scissorhands, Footloose (80s version), Grease or Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. See website for winner! Just bring a chair or blanket and whatever you need to stay warm and dry.</p>
www.freefilmfestivals.org
www.facebook.com/peckhamfreefilmfetival
Sci-fiThriller
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Birdemic: Shock and Terror
badfilmclub19/06/201420:00:0000:00:00
SOUTH WEST (Bristol/Wilts/Glos/Somerset/Devon/Dorset/Cornwall)
The Cuban
£5 (all proceeds to charity)
http://bristolbadfilmclub.co.uk/2014/05/15/birdemic-shock-and-terror-2010-19th-june-2014-the-cuban-harbourside/
Filmed on a budget of $10,000 and HEAVILY “influencedâ€ù by Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds and Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, director James Nguyen’s infamous film is widely regarded as <a href=\http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/8604858.stm\">one of the worst films of all time</a>.\n\nThe film revolves around Victoria Secret model/part-time photo developer Nathalie (Whitney Moore) and aspiring environmental software salesman Rod (robot-impersonating-a-human Alan Bagh) who must survive when their small town is besieged by killer eagles – who have been turned mad by climate change.\n\nHow global warming has made these eagles cause wildfires
spray acid and explode on impact is unexplained
but it is put down to “the human species playing cowboy with nature.â€ù\n\nThe story behind Birdemic: Shock and Terror has only added to its notoriety. It was made with no studio support
largely self-financed and drew internet ridicule for its poor quality and seriously bad CGI.\n\nNguyen made headlines when he traveled to the Sundance Film Festival to promote the film by handing out flyers to passers-by from his van
which was adorned with stuffed birds and paper signs that read “<span class=\"skimlinks-unlinked\">BIDEMIC.COM</span>â€ù – yes
he spelt the title of his own film incorrectly.\n\nEven the grammar on the flyers was awful. They asked the question “WHY DID THE EAGLES AND VULTURES ATTACKED?â€ù\n\nCo-founder Tim says
“it challenges <em>The Room</em> for the sheer mind-numbing incomprehensible deludedness of its creator to its quality. It really is that bad.â€ù\n\nWord of mouth has <a href=\"http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/8604858.stm\">made the film a cult classic</a> and if you can believe it
it even got a sequel – Birdemic II: The Resurrection."
http://bristolbadfilmclub.co.uk
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288Black Orpheus
phoenixeastfinch
13/02/201411:00:0000:00:00LONDON
Phoenix Cinema, The
£6 / £5
http://www.phoenixcinema.co.uk/whatson/?progid=5233474
<img class=\alignleft size-full wp-image-1363\" alt=\"blackorpheus\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/blackorpheus.jpg\" width=\"743\" height=\"152\" />\n\n<strong>Brazil 1959. Directed by Marcel Camus. With Breno Mello
Lourdes De Oliviera.</strong>\n<em>Portuguese
with English subtitles</em>\n\nA retelling of the Orpheus legend set during Rio's Carnival."
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502Black Orpheusuppcinema25/04/201419:00:0000:00:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
The Ultimate Picture Palace
£13.50 - £10.50
http://www.uppcinema.com/film/black-orpheus
Director: Marcel Camus\n\nStarring: Breno Mello, Marpessa Dawn, Lourdes de Olivera, Ademar Da Silva.\n\nCountry: Brazil\n\nYear: 1959\n\nRunning time: 100m\n\nLanguage: Portuguese/subtitled\n\nOriginal Title: Orfeu Negro\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<em>Fundraising screening in aid of Cowley Road Carnival accompanied by the musical stylings of the Illustrious Sambistas: a fantastic local Forro band.</em>\n\n<em>\n</em>\nBlack Orpheus, winner of the Palme D'or, Best Foreign Language Film Oscar and Golden Globe awards, is a timeless love story that is credited for establishing Rio De Janeiro on the cinephile map with it's wonderful Bossa Nova score.\n\nOrpheus (Breno Mello) is a tram driver and skilled musician who is set to lead his neighbourhood's entry in the carnival. A favourite of the local women, he is unperturbed when Mira (Lourdes de Olivera) a vivaciously jealous woman convinces him to marry her. Until he meets Eurydice (Marpessa Dawn). Eurydice is fleeing from 'Death' (Ademar Da Silva), seeking shelter at her cousin's whose house adjoins Orpheus'. The two fall madly in love but their courtship is constantly threatened by Mira and Death and eventually reaches it's climax at the Carnival celebrations.
Black interest, Dance, Musical,Romance
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Bleak Moments + Q&A Mike Leigh
tonypaley12/04/201415:00:0000:00:00LONDONRio Cinema
£10/£8 Concs/£6 Under 15's/£28 Family ticket
http://bit.ly/1cKXiT3
BLEAK MOMENTS (1972) + Q&amp;A with Mike Leigh introduced by Sandra Hebron\nMike Leigh's first feature film, based on his own 1970 stage play, is a haunting and disturbing study of a young woman's isolation. Sylvia leads a very quiet life caring for her mentally ill sister Hilda. Both the sisters' desperate longing for companionship is thwarted by their inability to interact socially with other people. It wouldn't be the last of Leigh's work to deal with the breakdown in personal communication within an increasingly alienated society, and BLEAK MOMENTS is a rich, subtle and witty portent of the great things to come over the next four decades.
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Blonde Venus (35mm)
bijoueef20/02/201418:30:0000:00:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
Duke of York's Picture House
£9.90 / £8.90
http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Duke_Of_Yorks/film/Blonde_Venus/
<div>\n\n<img class=\alignleft size-full wp-image-1384\" alt=\"blonde\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/blonde.jpg\" width=\"743\" height=\"152\" />\n\nThis rare 35mm print from Berlin is one of Josef von Sternberg’s films that launched Marlene Dietrich’s career
and it is a classic.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nProduced in Hollywood’s pre-code era of strong female characters and racy storylines
BLONDE VENUS features brilliant cabaret performances from Dietrich and a fresh-faced Cary Grant in one of his very first films.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nAmerican chemist Ned Faraday (Marshall) is poisoned by radium
so his wife Helen (Dietrich) returns to the stage to earn money for treatment. Ned travels to Germany
and Helen meets Nick Townsend (Grant)
a millionaire who becomes besotted. Things fall apart
and Helen goes on the run with her little son Johnny
afraid that she will lose him.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n</div>"
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266Blood Simpleriocinema18/01/201423:30:0000:00:00LONDONRio Cinema£8.50
http://www.riocinema.ndirect.co.uk/2013/dec13/lates.htm
(US 1984) dir. Joel Coen 92m. Digital.\nJohn Getz, Frances McDormand, Dan Hedaya, M. Emmet Walsh.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe sensational debut feature from Joel and Ethan Coen is a grisly pulp/noirish thriller in which a seedy private eye, hired to report on a cheating wife, devises a more lucrative plan of his own. Ever increasing circles of lies and deception build to an extended nightmare of a climax with one shock after another.
Film noirThriller
Late night screening
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Blood Simple / Inside Llewyn Davis
ShiraMacleod07/03/201418:50:0000:00:00LONDON
Riverside Studios
£9.50 / £8.50 conc (for double bill)
http://www.riversidestudios.co.uk/cgi-bin/page.pl?l=1392203210
Blood Simple (18)\nDirected by Joel Coen\nwith John Getz, Frances McDormand, Dan Hedaya\nUSA, 1983, 99m\n\nThe Coen Brothers’ assured first feature tells the tale of a bar owner who hires a seedy private detective to kill his wife and her lover. When he changes the plan a chain of violent and comic misunderstandings ensue.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n+\n\n&nbsp;\n\nInside Llewyn Davis (15)\nDirected by Joel &amp; Ethan Coen\nwith Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake\nUSA, 2013, 104m\n\nThe film follows a week in the life of a young folk singer at a crossroads, struggling to make it in the Greenwich folk scene of 1961. Llewyn Davis (Isaac), guitar in tow, huddled against the unforgiving New York winter, is beset by seemingly insurmountable obstacles, some of them of his own making. <i>A perfectly pitched comic delight.</i> – The Telegraph
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Blood Simple / Inside Llewyn Davis
ShiraMacleod08/03/201414:25:0000:00:00LONDON
Riverside Studios
£9.50 / £8.50 conc (for double bill)
http://www.riversidestudios.co.uk/cgi-bin/page.pl?l=1392203581
Blood Simple (18)  2.25pm, 6.50pm\nDirected by Joel Coen\nwith John Getz, Frances McDormand, Dan Hedaya\nUSA, 1983, 99m\n\nThe Coen Brothers’ assured first feature tells the tale of a bar owner who hires a seedy private detective to kill his wife and her lover. When he changes the plan a chain of violent and comic misunderstandings ensue.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n+\n\n&nbsp;\n\nInside Llewyn Davis (15) 4.30pm, 8.55pm\nDirected by Joel &amp; Ethan Coen\nwith Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake\nUSA, 2013, 104m\n\nThe film follows a week in the life of a young folk singer at a crossroads, struggling to make it in the Greenwich folk scene of 1961. Llewyn Davis (Isaac), guitar in tow, huddled against the unforgiving New York winter, is beset by seemingly insurmountable obstacles, some of them of his own making. <i>A perfectly pitched comic delight.</i> – The Telegraph
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Bloody Pom Poms
badfilmclub02/03/201420:00:0000:00:00WALES
Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
£7.20 / £5.10
http://www.chapter.org/bad-film-clubbloody-pom-poms-18
Japan-USA/1988/89mins/18. Dir: John Quinn.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nGive me a K, give me an I, give me an L and then another L...what does that spell? That’s right, a terrible movie. Bloody Pom Poms sees an unknown killer slashing the members of a small cheerleader group at a remote cheerleader training camp to death. Why? You’ll have to sit through 89 minutes of nudity, bad acting and terrible murder scenes to find out.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<strong>Note: These movies contain a live running commentary.</strong>
Comedy, Horror,Trash
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BLOW-OUT & BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO
genesis30/08/201319:00:0023:30:00LONDON
Genesis Cinema
£5
http://www.genesiscinema.co.uk/comingsoon.php
<p>BLOW-OUT (1981, dir. Brian De Palma) and BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO (2012, dir. Peter Strickland) with Scanner DJing in the bar  - BAR PARAGON</p>\n<p>&nbsp;</p>\n<p>We look forward to the Scalarama season at the Genesis with two films that deal with sound and the nature of reality. These mind-bending films will be followed by a film soundtrack set by Scanner.</p>
www.genesiscinema.co.uk
Giallo, Horror, Psychotronic, Queer interest,Thriller
35mm, Double-bill, Festival, Introduction, Late night screening, Matinee, Premiere,Q&A
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Blue Eyelids (Párpados Azules)
star&shadow20/02/201419:30:0000:00:00
NORTH EAST (Teeside/Durham/T&amp;W/Northd)
Star and Shadow Cinema
£5 / £3.50
Director: Ernesto Contreras. Certificate: BBFC 15. Length: 98 mins. Format: 35mm. Language: Spanish Country: Mexico.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nOur heroine Marina wins a dream holidayâ€_ for two. Not having anyone to take, she decides to invite a stranger called Victor.  Awkwardness, bottled emotions, solitude, love, sex and romance in a modern city are explored in a slow, dreamy realism. Presented by the Americas Research Group at Newcastle University. This film will be followed by informal discussion - all are welcome to stay.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nErnesto Contreras's critically acclaimed debut feature film won the Special Jury Prize at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.  It features music by Ray Davies and exceptional performances by Cecilia Suarez and Enrique Arreola.  The Guardian's Peter Bradshaw said of the film, \Impressiveâ€_ a gem of a filmâ€_ Cecilia Suarez gives a tremendous performanceâ€_ blissfulâ€_ this lovely little film is: a pinsharp cine-poem of romance\"."
http://www.starandshadow.org.uk/on/film/1281
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BOGIE: HOLLYWOOD LEGEND & ENDURING ICON
QFTBelfast05/03/201418:40:0000:00:00
NORTHERN IRELAND
Queen's Film Theatre (QFT)
£6.50 - £4
http://www.queensfilmtheatre.com/films/bogie-hollywood-legend-enduring-icon/
<strong>Humphrey Bogart (1899-1957) was a late developing actor, who went from second rank tough guy gangster roles to become one of the greatest romantic movie hero icons in the history of Hollywood Cinema.</strong>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nIn this illustrated talk, featuring a plethora of film clips, Adrian Wootton, CEO of Film London (a ‘Bogie' aficionado and previous guest of QFT for his Raymond Chandler and Howard Hawks talks) explores the life and career of Bogart and the behind the scenes stories of classic movies such as <em><a href=\http://www.queensfilmtheatre.com/films/casablanca_1/\">Casablanca</a>
The Big Sleep </em>and<em> The African Queen.</em>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nDon't miss <em>Casablanca</em> which follows the Bogie talk. <a href=\"https://ebooking.qub.ac.uk/QueensFilmTheatre/WebPages/EntaWebGateway/gateway.aspx?E=N&amp;QL=S3531|K77|G~/WEBPAGES/EntaWebPackage/PackageDetail.aspx\">Click here to purchase a joint ticket for both for the discount price of £10.</a>"
EducationalNon-screening
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Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo
KNLBFRZD23/05/201419:00:0000:00:00
EAST MIDLANDS (Northants/Notts/Derbs/Leics/Rutland/Lincs)
Cobden Chambers
Free
The Kneel Before Zod Video Club of Nottingham Club and Bees Make Honey Creative Community present a special, free, outdoor screening of the infamous and endlessly enjoyable break-dancing classic 'BREAKIN' 2: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO' at the fancy new Cobden Chambers courtyard on Pelham Street, Nottingham.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe entire plot description from Wikipedia:\n'Breakin' 2 features three characters from Breakin' – Kelly (Lucinda Dickey), Ozone (Adolfo Quinones), and Turbo (Michael Chambers) – who struggle to stop the demolition of a community recreation center. Also appear dancer Viktor Manoel, Ice-T, and Martika, who was little known then.'\n\n&nbsp;\n\nExpect hip-hop/electro DJs throughout the evening plus even more to be confirmed. Keep checking this page for updates.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nA special thanks goes to hand cuts hand for the fantastic poster and to Screen 22 for their support and help in making this happen.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nDid we mention that it's free?
http://knlbfrzd.wordpress.com
http://www.facebook.com/events/652890968098178/
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40BreathlessNomadCinema22/09/201318:30:0000:00:00LONDONHyde Park Lido£15
http://www.wegottickets.com/nomadcinema/event/228626
Jean-Luc Godard’s tale of a small-time Parisian crook on the run (Jean Paul Belmondo) and his romance with a hip American newspaper girl (Jean Seberg) is chic, sexy and achingly cool.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nSmoking Lucky Strikes in bed, musing on the nature of love and stealing cars to keep ahead of the cops, this is groundbreaking, iconic French New Wave and at the same time simply an irresistible, if doomed, love story. Written by François Truffaut, BREATHLESS is louche, Parisian and existential, but at the same time a love letter to Hollywood, as our young French wide-boy smokes and ponders Humphrey Bogart, and falls fatally in love with an American blonde.
http://www.whereisthenomad.com/events/breathless-pg/
Animation, Art, Comedy, Crime, Documentary, European, Experimental, Family, Film noir, Horror, Musical, Queer interest, Romance, Sci-fi, Silent, Trash,Western
16mm, Digital, Discussion, Educational, Expanded cinema, Family screening, Festival, Free, Interactive, Introduction, Late night screening, Live music, Matinee, Non-screening, Outdoor screening, Pop-up venue, Premiere, Q&A, Shorts,Subtitled
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Brokeback Mountain
phoenixeastfinch
20/03/201411:00:0000:00:00LONDON
Phoenix Cinema, The
£6 / £5
http://www.phoenixcinema.co.uk/whatson/?progid=5233510
Please note that there will be no adverts or trailers prior to screening(s) of this programme. The programme will start at the time listed.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<strong>2hr 11min.</strong>\n\n<strong>US 2005. Directed by Ang Lee. With Heath Ledger, Jake Gyllenhaal.</strong>\n\nThe raw, powerful story of two Wyoming cowboys.
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Bruce Dern Double: SILENT RUNNING / NEBRASKA
riocinema16/02/201413:30:0000:00:00LONDONRio Cinema
£10 / £8 conc
http://www.riocinemaonline.org.uk/oscarwebserver.dll/TSelectItems.waSelectItemsPrompt.TcsWebMenuItem_1015466.TcsWebTab_1015506
Bruce Dern: Then and Now Double Bill\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<strong>SILENT RUNNING</strong> (U) 1.30\n\n(UK 1971) dir. Douglas Trumbull 89m. Digital.\nBruce Dern, Cliff Potts, Ron Rifkin, Jesse Vint, Steven Brown.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY's special effects creator directs one of the best sci-fi movies of the 70s. Sometime in the future, all Earth plant life is extinct and survives only aboard the 'Valley Forge' floating in deep space. It provided a rare starring role for the young Bruce Dern who gives an impassioned performance as the dedicated botanist who receives the order to destroy and return his world, so beginning a haunting and spectacular adventure.\n\n<a href=\http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TckJBvl_uT0\" target=\"_blank\">Trailer</a>\n\n&nbsp;\n\n+ <strong>NEBRASKA</strong> (15) 3.20\n\n(US 2013) dir. Alexander Payne 115m. Digital.\nBruce Dern
Will ForteJune SquibbBob Odenkirk
Stacy Keach.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nDern's perfect performance as a stubborn
taciturn man who takes to the road with his son to claim a dubious million dollar lottery prize
won the 77-year old star the Best Actor prize at Cannes 2013. It's a 750-mile journey that seems unlikely given that he can barely shuffle a few blocks
at least not without stopping for a drink. Bittersweet
droll
touching and above all
ringing true with its insights on families and relationships
NEBRASKA is timeless."
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Burning Bridges & Threshold Studios Present: Quelques Minutes de Soleil Après Minuit - A Performance by Xavier Querelle
burningbri08/09/201319:00:0022:00:00
EAST MIDLANDS (Northants/Notts/Derbs/Leics/Rutland/Lincs)
The Lamplighter
Pay What You Can On The Door
<p>\\"Quelques minutes de soleil après minuit\" is a cinema/sound/light performance. I play live with a 16mm film projector
few microphones
a torch light and objects. I set-up in front of the audience
facing them. I project films onto a small screen but there are moments when light manipulations are reflected in the whole room. I work with my own films
sometimes a bit of found footage. It's non-narrative
mostly abstract even if I like to bring human shape appearances in that imaginary landscape. Sound is a kind of mechanical electroacoustic. I use different microphones to amplify or distort sounds from the projector itself. I play with the rhythm
intensity of light
color and B/Wlensprismshadows
flickering strong light
slow burningpunk feedbacksoft frequency
ambiant \"hum\"
crazy mechanicâ€_.. I propose to excite
shake your imagination and hope you'll build your own weird dreamy storyâ€_ \"</p>\n<p>Xavier Quérel is a filmmaker based in Grenoble</p>"
https://www.facebook.com/events/187698808075696
Art, Experimental,Musical
Discussion, Educational, Expanded cinema, Free, Introduction, Live music, Non-screening, Pop-up venue,Q&A
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But I'm a Cheerleader
alexmenace15/02/201419:30:0000:00:00LONDONJW3
£10 / £5 concessions
http://www.jw3.org.uk/event/schmaltz-big-gay-night-out
Amy Grimehouse, London’s Queens of immersive cinema/arts nightclubbing bring you an evening celebrating the best in trashy camp, transgressive culture. After sell outs in Hackney, Shoreditch, and National Trust properties, Amy Grimehouse takeover JW3.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nCome and watch 1999 Cult Classic Movie ‘But I’m A Cheerleader’ with dancers, performance sideshows, cocktails a plenty, and our special SCHMALTZ disco – spinning only the best tunes from Jew-ish Gay Icons past and present – think Liza, Babs, Bette, The Barry Sisters, Neil Sedaka, Bazza Manilow and Dana International.\n\n&nbsp;\n\nWith host, two-time London Cabaret Award winner Alp Haydar.\nWith a trailer film from Rainbow Jews\nPart of the Camden LGBT History Month
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326Cabarettpfilmclub18/02/201420:00:0000:00:00LONDON
The Lord Palmerston
Free
<em>\Superbly choreographed by Fosse
the cabaret numbers evoke the Berlin of 1931 so vividly that only an idiot could fail to perceive that something is rotten in the state of Weimar.\" - Time Out</em>\n\n&nbsp;\n\nThe winner of 8 Academy Awards (EIGHT!) this is darkly funny adaptation of Christopher Isherwood’s autobiographical novel
Goodbye to Berlin. Liza Minnelli is utterly unforgettable as Sally Bowles: a cabaret singer with a tangled love life
hoping to make it big in a Germany about to succumb to the Nazi movement."
http://www.tufnellparkfilmclub.com/screenings/2014/2/5/cabaret-bob-fosse-usa-1972.html
https://www.facebook.com/events/537515643012683/
HistoricalMusical
Digital, Double-bill, DVD, Introduction,Q&A
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Cabaret 35mm Screening
uppcinema16/03/201415:15:0017:18:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
The Ultimate Picture Palace
Adult ticket £8.50 & Concessions £7.00
http://www.uppcinema.com/film/cabaret
Winner of eight Oscars, including Direction, Music, Actress (Minnelli) and Supporting Actor (Grey).\n\nThe glamour of Berlin in the1930s is offset by the menace of rising Nazism in Fosse’s brilliant, bitter-sweet musical.\n\nMinnelli creates in Sally Bowles one of cinema’s all-time divas, and Joel Grey is unforgettable as the Cabaret’s master of ceremonies.
ComedyMusical
35mm, Expanded cinema,Interactive
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Cabaret 35mm Screening
uppcinema17/03/201418:30:0020:33:00
SOUTH EAST (Kent/Sussex/Surrey/Berks/Oxon/Bucks/Hants/IOW)
The Ultimate Picture Palace
Adult ticket £8.00 & Concessions £6.50
http://www.uppcinema.com/film/cabaret
Winner of eight Oscars, including Direction, Music, Actress (Minnelli) and Supporting Actor (Grey).\n\nThe glamour of Berlin in the1930s is offset by the menace of rising Nazism in Fosse’s brilliant, bitter-sweet musical.\n\nMinnelli creates in Sally Bowles one of cinema’s all-time divas, and Joel Grey is unforgettable as the Cabaret’s master of ceremonies.
Comedy, Exploitation, Horror, Musical, Psychotronic,Trash
35mm, All-nighter, Double-bill,Triple-bill
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CANNES NOT: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Demy 1964)
magiclanternbristol
15/05/201419:00:0000:00:00
SOUTH WEST (Bristol/Wilts/Glos/Somerset/Devon/Dorset/Cornwall)
The Montgomery Studio
£6 advance / £7 on the door
http://sivtickets.com/event/unbrellasofcherbourg
A bittersweet tale of lost love, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg portrays ordinary lives dramatised through music. Catherine Deneuve is enchanting as an umbrella shopkeeper’s teenage daughter left pregnant by her mechanic boyfriend (who’s gone to do his military service in the Algerian war) and forced by her mother to marry a rich jeweller. It’s a sung-through musical with no conventionally spoken dialogue, and won the top award at Cannes the year it was released.
http://magiclanternfilmclub.wordpress.com/
European
Expanded cinema
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CANNON FILMS ALL-NIGHTER
gdbdunseen14/09/201322:00:0007:00:00LONDON
Genesis Cinema
£15, includes free tea and coffee
http://www.genesiscinema.co.uk/comingsoon.php
<p>Featuring... EXTERMINATOR 2 (1984, dir. Mark Buntzman), REVENGE OF THE NINJA (1983, dir. Sam Firstenberg), INVASION USA (1985, dir. Joseph Zito), DEATHWISH 3 (1985, dir. Michael Winner), LIFEFORCE (1985, dir. Tobe Hooper).</p>
www.genesiscinema.co.uk
British, Crime, Exploitation, Film noir, Horror, Thriller,Trash
All-nighterPop-up venue
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315Cape FearEveryman12301/03/201423:30:0000:00:00LONDON
Everyman Screen on the Green
£12 / £10
http://www.everymancinema.com/cinemas/screen-on-the-green/advanced-sales/late-nights-cape-fear
<img class=\alignleft size-full wp-image-1379\" alt=\"capefear\" src=\"http://scalarama.com/wp-content/uploads/capefear.jpg\" width=\"743\" height=\"152\" />\n\nRATING: 18. RUNNING TIME: 128 mins. CAST: Robert De Niro
Juliette LewisNick Nolte
Jessica Lange. DIRECTORS: Martin Scorsese. GENRE: Thriller\n\n&nbsp;\n\nSYNOPSIS\n\nSam Bowden is a small-town corporate attorney and family-man. Max Cady is a tattooed
cigar-smokingbible-quoting
psychotic rapist. What do they have in common? Fourteen years
ago Sam was a public defender assigned to Max Cady's rape trial
and he made a serious error: he hid a document from his illiterate client that could have gotten him acquitted. Now
the cagey
bibliophile Cady has been released
and he intends to teach Sam Bowden and his family a thing or two about loss."
Thriller
Late night screening
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Cape Fear (1962)
lookatme04/03/201420:00:0022:45:00LONDON
The Stag's Head
Free
<em>Cape Fear</em> is an American Psychological thriller starring Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum which was remade in 1991 by Martin Scorsese starring Robert De Niro. Fresh out of prison, the sadistic Max Cady determines to have his revenge on Sam Bowden, the lawyer who sent him to jail. Bowden, in order to protect his family, must go beyond the confines of the law and seek to engage Cady in a direct confrontation. Famed for Mitchum's sinister performance and Bernard Herrmann's atmospheric score, <em>Cape Fear</em> is one of the great classics of the late studio era.
http://look-at-me-film-club.tumblr.com
http://www.facebook.com/events/503224696455148/
British, Comedy, Experimental,Thriller
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352CaravaggioCarolyn19/02/201420:20:0000:00:00SCOTLAND
Glasgow Film Theatre
£8 - £4.50
http://www.glasgowfilm.org/theatre/whats_on/5617_caravaggio
<em>Caravaggio</em> is probably the closest Derek Jarman ever came to making a mainstream film. As it reveals the 17th-century painter’s complex life – his brilliant, nearly blasphemous paintings and flirtations with the underworld – it is also a uniquely complex and lucid treatment of Jarman’s major concerns: violence, history, homosexuality, and the relationship between film and painting. The result is Jarman’s most profound, unsettling and astonishing reflection on art, sexuality and identity.\n\n<strong>\nScreening to mark the 20th anniversary of Derek Jarman’s death.</strong>
Art, British, Historical,Queer interest
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YORKSHIRE &amp; THE HUMBER
Hyde Park Picture House
£6.90 - £4.60
http://www.jack-roe.co.uk/TaposWebSales/Main/hydlee/book?perfcode=10715
Jarman's treatment of the homosexual 17th-Century painter Caravaggio is typically iconoclastic. Adopting the most extreme 'art is life' stance, Jarman conflates the painter's imagined gay affair with his model Ranuccio (and later his murder) with the content of his greatest works. Shot entirely indoors, and mixing period sets and anachronistic modern details, it allows Christopher Hobbs to compose several stunning tableaux vivants, which artfully mimic the colours, textures and materials of the artist's paintings. More camp than Brecht but, given its budgetary limitations, visually fascinating.
Art, British,Historical
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CARNYVILLE: FREAKS
showroom15/03/201416:00:0000:00:00
YORKSHIRE &amp; THE HUMBER
Showroom Cinema
£7 | £5 conc
http://www.showroomworkstation.org.uk/freaks
Director: Tod Browning. Country: USA. Year: 1932. Duration: 63 mins. Cast: Wallace Ford, Leila Hyams, Olga Baclanova\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<em>Freaks</em> Introduced by Professor Vanessa Toulmin. With rare archive shorts from NFA’s film archive collection\n\n&nbsp;\n\nUsing a cast largely made up of real sideshow performers, Tod Browning’s iconic horror tells a story of love and betrayal in a freak-show. Capturing the public’s interest at the time in the ‘<em>Freaks</em>’ the film asks us “Do Siamese twins make love?â€ù, “What sex is the half man half womanâ€ù and “Can a full grown woman truly love a midget?â€ù.\n\n&nbsp;\n\n<strong>CARNYVILLE</strong>\n\nWith Professor Vanessa Toulmin, National Fairground Archive. A collaboration between the University of Sheffield Library and the Showroom Cinema.\n\nA monthly screening of cult circus, sideshow and carnival titles from 100 years of cinema history, celebrating 20 years of the NFA in 2014. DATES / TIMES Sat 15 Mar16.00To book tickets, click an underlined time above.
Horror, Psychotronic,Thriller
IntroductionShorts
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