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MONDAY: What’s on in London today [29/11/21]

MONDAY 29 NOVEMBER 2021 (A–Z) // What’s on in London today across DIY, indie & alternative cinema including one-off screen events, film seasons, film festivals & our selection of new releases.

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I WANNA HOLD YOUR HAND 35mm d. Robert Zemeckis, 1978 presented by Jake Cunningham at The Prince Charles (29 NOV 20:30).

  • “The directorial debut from Robert Zemeckis (FORREST GUMP, BACK TO THE FUTURE, CAST AWAY) and the first film to hold Steven Spielberg’s name as a producer, I WANNA HOLD YOUR HAND is a fascinating piece of film and music history. Behind the camera, it’s the moment that two giants of Hollywood lay a stylistic blueprint for so much of their work together in gleeful, off-beat, creative fashion. Musically, it’s also a rare opportunity to hear a huge selection of Beatles’ songs on film, which would quickly become a costly soundtrack inclusion, in the loud and lovely setting of the iconic Prince Charles Cinema.”

MONDAY 29 NOV

  • 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 70mm d. Stanley Kubrick, 1968 ‘unrestored version’ at The Prince Charles (29 NOV 20:15).
  • THE AMAZING MR BLUNDEN d. Mark Gatiss, 2021 + Q&A with the director, actors Tamsin Greig & Simon Callow hosted by Mark Kermode TV Preview at BFI Southbank (29 NOV 18:15).
  • ANOTHER YEAR d. Mike Leigh, 2010 at BFI Southbank (29 NOV 20:30).
  • AS TEARS GO BY d. Wong Kar Wai, 1988 at The Prince Charles (29 NOV 12:40).
  • I WANNA HOLD YOUR HAND 35mm d. Robert Zemeckis, 1978 presented by Jake Cunningham at The Prince Charles (29 NOV 20:30).
  • JODOROWSKY’S DUNE d. Frank Pavich, 2013 presented by Deeper Into Movies at Moth Club (29 NOV 19:30).
  • KUSAMA: INFINITY d. Heather Lenz, 2018 presented by Deeper Into Movies at Farr’s Dalston (29 NOV 19:30).
  • NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN 35mm d. Ethan Coen & Joel Coen, 2007 at The Prince Charles (29 NOV 15:00 – £1 Members Screening).
  • PETERLOO d. Mike Leigh, 2018 at BFI Southbank (29 NOV 17:40).
  • PIERROT LE FOU d. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965 at Ciné Lumière (29 NOV 18:15).
  • PIRATES d. Reggie Yates, 2021 + Q&A with the director at Peckhamplex (29 NOV 19:15).
  • THE PLEASURE GIRLS d. Gerry O’Hara, 1965 at BFI Southbank (29 NOV 18:20).
  • RAW d. Julia Ducournau, 2016 presented by Deeper Into Movies at Sebright Arms (29 NOV 19:30 – FREE!).
  • RIDERS OF JUSTICE d. Anders Thomas Jensen, 2020 at Whirled Cinema (29 NOV 20:00).
  • UN FLIC d. Jean-Pierre Melville, 1972 at BFI Southbank (29 NOV 20:55).
  • ZINDAGI NA MILEGI DOBARA d. Zoya Akhtar, 2011 + 2-Course Dinner at India Club Lounge Bar (29 NOV 18:30).

ONLINE

  • No Ticket Required: THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON d. Tyler Nilson & Michael Schwartz, 2019 free online discussion of the film with Michael Brooke at Watermans (29 NOV 20:00 – Watch film beforehand/register for free discussion).


THE FIRST WAVE d. Matthew Heineman, 2021.
REBEL DYKES d. Harri Shanahan & Siân A Williams, 2021.
Also (26 NOV to 02 DEC various dates/times):


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*THE SMALL PRINT: Opinions author’s own. // As accurate as we could make it. Apologies for any errors. Updates & corrections will be made to the online version only. // Event dates/times/formats are subject to change by the venue/organiser. Events may already be sold out at the time of posting, so please click quickly. // We try to list as many original format screenings as we can (8 to 70MM), but sometimes formats change due to age of the print, availability, logistics etc, so please check ahead with your venue if the format is your thing. // All images are used in the spirit of fair use for reporting & review – no ownership is implied or intended / unless otherwise credited to RADIANT CIRCUS as the original rights holder. We will remove any images immediately upon request – just get in touch. // We don’t filter our listings by age/certification: all readers & subscribers should therefore be 18+. // Finally, we always try to follow The Carny Code by “not screwing up anyone else’s game”, but everyone can make mistakes… If something does go wrong, we will always do our best to put it right. //.