SATURDAY 17 JULY 2021 (A–Z) // What’s on in London today including one-off events, limited runs, film clubs, repertory seasons, film festivals, outdoor events, & our selection of new releases.
MATTHEW BARNEY’S CREMASTER CYCLE: CREMASTER 4, 1, 5 & 2 + Intro by Charlie Fox at Picturehouse Central (17 JUL 17:00).
- “The Cremaster Cycle is a series of five visually extravagant films created by artist Matthew Barney that blasted its way into the art world nearly 20 years ago, and has had a lasting impact ever since: its influence can be found in film, video, art, media, commerce, theatre and more.”
- Continues with: MATTHEW BARNEY’S CREMASTER CYCLE: CREMASTER 3 + Intro by Charlie Fox at Picturehouse Central (18 JUL 16:00).
- In conjunction with the exhibition Matthew Barney: Redoubt at Hayward Gallery (until 25 July).
- 2046 4K d. Wong Kar Wai, 2004 at BFI Southbank (17 JUL 16:10).
- A DOG BARKING AT THE MOON d. Zi Xiang, 2019 + Intro by Christopher Brown, University of Sussex at The Lexi (17 JUL 14:00) / Part of Queer East – Pride Season.
- AS TEARS GO BY 4K aka Wong Gok ka moon d. Wong Kar Wai, 1988 at BFI Southbank (17 JUL 20:30).
- BINDING SENTIMENTS aka Holdudvar d. Márta Mészáros, 1969 at BFI Southbank (17 JUL 15:20).
- THE BLUES BROTHERS d. John Landis, 1980 presented by Deptford Cinema at Deptford Lounge (17 JUL 19:00).
- CASABLANCA d. Michael Curtiz, 1942 at BFI Southbank (17 JUL 13:00).
- CHUNGKING EXPRESS 4K aka Chung Hing sam lam d. Wong Kar Wai, 1994 at ICA (17 JUL 12:30).
- DUNE 70MM d. David Lynch, 1984 at The Prince Charles (17 JUL 14:30).
- Emergent Strand short film programme at Catford Mews (17 JUL 14:15) / Part of Black Lens Film Festival.
- FANTASTIC MR. FOX 35MM d. Wes Anderson, 2009 at The Prince Charles (17 JUL 11:45).
- THE GINGERBREAD MAN 35MM d. Robert Altman, 1997 at BFI Southbank (17 JUL 17:50).
- THE GRANDMASTER aka Yi dai zong shi d. Wong Kar Wai, 2013 at ICA (17 JUL 18:20).
- HOW TO STOP A RECURRING DREAM d. Ed Morris, 2021 at Catford Mews (17 JUL 20:45) / Part of Black Lens Film Festival.
- IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE 4K aka Fa yeung nin wah d. Wong Kar Wai, 2000 at BFI Southbank (17 JUL 13:30).
- IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE 4K aka Fa yeung nin wah d. Wong Kar Wai, 2000 at ICA (17 JUL 18:15).
- THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS d. John Glen, 1987 at The Prince Charles (17 JUL 17:30).
- LOVE POEM d. Wang Xiaozhen, 2020 + Intro at BFI Southbank (17 JUL 12:00) / Part of Chinese Visual Festival.
- MATTHEW BARNEY’S CREMASTER CYCLE: CREMASTER 4, 1, 5 & 2 + Intro by Charlie Fox at Picturehouse Central (17 JUL 17:00).
- MEMORIES OF MURDER d. Salinui chueok d. Bong Joon-ho, 2003 at The Prince Charles (17 JUL 15:15).
- SHORT CUTS 35MM d. Robert Altman, 1993 at BFI Southbank (17 JUL 19:30).
- STALKER d. Andrei Tarkovsky, 1979 at Close-Up (17 JUL 19:15).
- SUMMER OF SOUL (… OR, WHEN THE REVOLUTION COULD NOT BE TELEVISED) d. Questlove, 2021 + Panel hosted by Mikel Ameen & Afterparty presented by Storybox at Genesis Cinema (17 JUL 17:45).
- SUNSET BLVD. 35MM d. Billy Wilder, 1950 at The Prince Charles (17 JUL 12:45).
- UNDER THE SKIN d. Jonathan Glazer, 2013 at Everyman Broadgate (17 JUL 21:00).
- THE WITCHES OF THE ORIENT d. Julien Faraut, 2021 + Recorded Panel Discussion with the director, Manga expert Paul Gravett & England volleyball player Maria Bertelli at Barbican (17 JUL 14:45).
- Woman with a Movie Camera Summit from BFI (17 to 18 July).
- A STAR IS BORN d. Bradley Cooper, 2018 at Bar Elba SE1 (17 JUL 19:00).
- DIRTY DANCING d. Emile Ardolino, 1987 at Bar Elba SE1 (17 JUL 14:00).
- FIGHT CLUB d. David Fincher, 1999 at Rooftop Film Club, Peckham (17 JUL 21:15).
- THE PRINCESS BRIDE d. Rob Reiner, 1987 at Rooftop Film Club, Stratford East (17 JUL 21:10).
- Black Lens Film Festival (16 to 19 JUL).
- Chinese Visual Festival (15 to 25 JUL).
- Queer East – Pride Season (JUN to JUL).
- SAFAR Film Festival: Generational Encounters in Arab Cinema (01 to 17 JUL).
SUMMER OF SOUL (… OR, WHEN THE REVOLUTION COULD NOT BE TELEVISED) d. Questlove, 2021
- Also (daily 16 to 22 JUL various): BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA d. John Carpenter, 1986 at The Prince Charles // BYE BYE MORONS aka Adieu les cons d. Albert Dupontel, 2020 at Ciné Lumière // NOWHERE SPECIAL d. Uberto Pasolini, 2020 at The Castle Cinema / Everyman Cinemas / The Lexi Cinema / Phoenix Cinema / Picturehouse Cinemas / Watermans // THE STORY OF LOVERS ROCK d. Menelik Shabazz, 2011 at Picturehouse Cinemas (various) // TOP GUN d. Tony Scott, 1986 at The Prince Charles // TWO OF US d. Filippo Meneghetti, 2019 at ArtHouse Crouch End / Barbican / Curzon Cinemas / JW3 / Regent Street / Rio Cinema.
- Oliver Dickens presents two films by Kira Muratova to raise funds for Ukraine at Rio Cinema & Ciné Lumière (07 & 14 JUN 2022).
- Lost Vampires presents BILLY THE KID AND THE GREEN BAIZE VAMPIRE 35mm + Q&A with Phil Daniels at The Prince Charles (27 JUN 2022).
- Science Fiction Theatre returns with three sci-fi classics this summer at The Castle Cinema (10 JUN to 12 AUG 2022).
- Queer Horror Nights presents THE FLY at The Castle Cinema (24 JUN 2022).
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