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LONDON SCREEN GUIDE w/c 12.05.17

To help your hunt for adventurous moving pictures, RADIANT CIRCUS hand-picks London’s screen highlights for the week ahead*. This week, London’s art galleries pitch in with interesting screenings at the Tates and Barbican, the latter part of their fascinating THE JAPANESE HOUSE exhibition. Our featured film of the week is SPACESHIP at ICA. FRIDAY 12 MAY 2017, Oops… […]

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LONDON SCREEN GUIDE w/c 05.05.17

To help your hunt for adventurous moving pictures, RADIANT CIRCUS hand-picks London’s screen highlights for the week ahead*. This week, we’re saying happy 18th birthday to the lovely folk at Genesis Cinema who celebrate with a weeklong programme of their screen favourites. There’s also a small library shelf of exceptional adaptations, including our featured film of the week, THE STUDENT. […]

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LONDON SCREEN GUIDE w/c 28.04.17

To help your hunt for adventurous moving pictures, RADIANT CIRCUS hand-picks London’s screen highlights for the week ahead*. This week there’s another strong showing of black and white features, some old and some, well, reimagined. Our featured film of the week is Louis Malle’s groundbreaking LIFT TO THE SCAFFOLD. FRIDAY 28 APRIL 2017, 18:30 – 22:00, TATE […]

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Big Screen

RAW

REVIEW RAW is an unsettling film that gets under your skin and stays there like a terrible, tunnelling disease. Some of the early scenes are the most compelling as Justine (Garance Marillier) joins her older sister Alexia (Ella Rumpf) at veterinary college. The newbie is thrown into a radical hazing that provides both the trigger […]

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LONDON SCREEN GUIDE w/c 21.04.17

To help your hunt for adventurous moving pictures, RADIANT CIRCUS hand-picks London’s screen highlights for the week ahead*. This week, there’s an interesting clutch of Korean delicacies care of the lovely people at Deptford Cinema/NXDFFF and Whirled Cinema. Documentary fans are also well served with the opening of new doc fest FRAMES OF REPRESENTATION at ICA. Our […]

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Special Features

JELLYFISH EYES

JELLYFISH EYES (2013), 1hr 41min, BLU-RAY EDITION, 1 DISC, THE CRITERION COLLECTION, UNCERTIFIED (SPINE# 787) – IMPORTED. REVIEW At first glance, this poké-concept children’s film lacks the familiar dynamic and disquieting qualities of Japanese pop-culture artist turned director Takashi Murakami‘s best work. Stick with it and there’s a peculiar parental cult and some adventurous battle scenes that bolster the […]

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LONDON SCREEN GUIDE w/c 14.04.17

To help your hunt for adventurous moving pictures, RADIANT CIRCUS hand-picks London’s screen highlights for the week ahead*. This is a week with some epic screening times (pack your cushions for 1900 at Regent Street Cinema) and a loaded tiffin of delights from INIDA ON FILM at the BFI. Our featured – TV – film of […]

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LONDON SCREEN GUIDE w/c 07.04.17

To help your hunt for adventurous moving pictures, RADIANT CIRCUS hand-picks London’s screen highlights for the week ahead*. This week features an array of astonishing revivals from quintessential Bollywood to skin-crawling Japanese body horror. The warming weather heralds the welcome return of outdoor cinema with Spring and Summer seasons announced across the city. Our featured film of the week […]

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Special Features

A BIGGER SPLASH

A BIGGER SPLASH: FEATURING DAVID HOCKNEY (1974) DUAL FORMAT EDITION, BFI, CERT. 15 (CATALOGUE NUMBER: BFIB1137) At times of intense Hockney the normally sedate Tate Britain will be opening until midnight to cope with the crush for their acclaimed retrospective. Having elbowed our way through the crowds, we were inspired to spend a lazy Sunday morning with A […]

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LONDON SCREEN GUIDE w/c 31.03.17

To help your hunt for adventurous moving pictures, RADIANT CIRCUS hand-picks screen highlights for the week ahead*. This week it’s an eclectic mix of films and formats with Close-up delivering some provocative Thai films and Prince Charles Cinema pushing the boat out for lovers of all things celluloid. Our featured film of the week is Close-up’s SHAKESPEARE […]

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