SCREEN GUIDE: Films in London this week [01 to 07 NOV 2019]

RADIANT CIRCUS is your handcrafted guide to London’s DIY, indie & alternative movie nights, film events & gallery screenings. Our latest SCREEN GUIDE helps you find great films in London this week*.


FRI 01 // SAT 02 // SUN 03 // MON 04 // TUE 05 // WED 06 // THU 07


Find films in London this week by:

SINGLE-O EXHIBITS (one-off attractions – by date) // MUSEUM SHOWS (several exhibits under one roof – by seasons & festivals) // GRIND SHOWS (a selection of new releases & regular runs).


FEATURED ATTRACTION

THE FALL d. Peter Whitehead, 1969 50th Anniversary Screening + Panel at ICA (07 NOV 19:40):

  • “One of Britain’s most provocative and idiosyncratic filmmakers, Peter Whitehead (1937–2019) created a body of work which shocked, entertained and infuriated audiences in equal measure. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its first screening at the ICA on 7 November 1969, the ICA Cinema screens a new restoration of Whitehead’s THE FALL followed by a panel discussion. Part of Peter Whitehead’s Tales of Two Cities: London and New York in the 1960s. Concludes with TONITE LET’S ALL MAKE LOVE IN LONDON d. Peter Whitehead, 1967 + Panel (09 NOV 18:45).

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FILMS IN LONDON THIS WEEK

SINGLE-O EXHIBITS

ONE-OFF MOVIE NIGHTS, FILM EVENTS & GALLERY SCREENINGS (by date/event)

FRI 01

Films in London this week: THE LAST OF ENGLAND at Genesis Cinema (01 NOV).
Films in London this week: THE LAST OF ENGLAND at Genesis Cinema (01 NOV).

THE LAST OF ENGLAND [RESCORED] d. Derek Jarman, 1987 + Live Score by The Palace Collective at Genesis Cinema (01 NOV 18:30):

  • “Tilda Swinton stars in cult queer film director Derek Jarman’s personal commentary on the decline of his country in a language closer to poetry than prose. THE LAST OF ENGLAND is an angrily poetic, personal portrayal of a country that he saw, was in ruins.”

SEÑORA DE NADIE aka Nobody’s Wife d. María Luisa Bemberg, 1982 + Intro by Adam Feinstein at The Cinema Museum (01 NOV 19:30):

  • “The Argentinian Film Season concludes with a film from one of the most important woman film directors to emerge from Latin America, María Luisa Bemberg.”

More films in London today (A – Z):

  • DEAD GOOD d. Rehana Rose + HOLDING SPACE d. Rebecca Kenyon + Q&A with the filmmakers presented by Women Over Fifty Film Festival at St Mary’s Music Hall E17 (01 NOV 19:00 – FREE!). THE ELEPHANT QUEEN d. Victoria Stone & Mark Deeble, at DocHouse (01 NOV 16:30). THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO d. Joe Talbot, 2019 at Rich Mix (01 NOV 15:40). MIDSOMMAR d. Ari Aster, 2019 presented by Screen25 at Harris Academy South Norwood (01 NOV 19:45). THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON d. Tyler Nilson & Michael Schwartz, 2019 at The Prince Charles (01 NOV 12:15). Small World Screening Short Film Programme + Q&A with filmmakers at Deptford Cinema (01 NOV 19:30). UNDER THE SHADOW d. Babak Anvari, 2016 presented by Other Cinemas at The Yellow (01 NOV 19:00 – FREE!).


SAT 02

Films in London this week: Berlin Super 80: Films from the West German Underground at Close-Up (02 NOV).
Films in London this week: Berlin Super 80: Films from the West German Underground at Close-Up (02 NOV).

Berlin Super 80: Films from the West German Underground at Close-Up (02 NOV 18:00):

  • “A programme of eighteen short films shot in Super 8 by West German experimental film makers between 1978 and 1984. Featuring music by Malaria, Einstürzende Neubauten and Frieder Butzmann. Presented in parallel to our retrospectives on Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Jürgen Böttcher – organised to mark the 30th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.”

Dreaming to Change the World: The Films of the Victor Jara Collective at Birkbeck Cinema (02 NOV 14:00).

  • Twelve30 Collective presents: “Guyana’s Victor Jara Collective may have produced just two films, yet as an example of a politically committed and formally radical approach to documentary filmmaking, their intervention remains unique in the relatively short history of indigenous Caribbean cinema production. Named in honour of the Chilean musician and dissident Victor Jara, the collective was influenced by the New Latin American and Third Cinema movements as well as the theories of Soviet montage and the European avant-garde.”

Here Be Witches Symposium at The Horse Hospital (02 NOV 12:00):

  • The Final Girls present: “A deep dive into the myriad of forms the witch has taken in film and television, from romantic heroines, goth teens and the witchploitation of the seventies, as well as some of questions that arise around representation, sexuality and empowerment. Followed by a surprise screening of a witch film (02 NOV 18:30): could be a cult classic, could be a recent release, or a preview of a soon-to-be-released film!”

More films in London today (A – Z):


SUN 03

Films in London this week: THE THIRD MAN at Ciné Lumière (03 NOV).
Films in London this week: THE THIRD MAN at Ciné Lumière (03 NOV).

THE EXORCIST 16mm d. William Friedkin, 1973 + Intro at The Castle Cinema (03 NOV 14:00):

  • Ciné-Real 16mm Film Club presents: “When a teenage girl is possessed by a mysterious entity, her mother seeks the help of two priests to save her daughter. Ciné-Real is the only film club in the UK to exclusively play films in 16mm format.”

Four Parts of a Folding Screen at Close-Up (03 NOV 20:30):

  • “Based on documents found in Berlin archives, Four Parts of a Folding Screen explores exclusion, statelessness and the legalised theft and sale of everyday family possessions by the National Socialist regime. Martin Brady will be in conversation with filmmakers Anthea Kennedy and Ian Wiblin following the screening. Presented in parallel to our retrospectives on Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Jürgen Böttcher.”

THE THIRD MAN d. Carol Reed, 1949 + Q&A with script supervisor Angela Allen at Ciné Lumière (03 NOV 14:30):

  • “Recognized as a cinematic masterpiece and praised for its eloquent fusion of bold elements and outstanding cast, The Third Man comes in a beautifully restored 4K version showcasing the genius of this celebrated British film noir. It was awarded the Grand Prix at the 1949 Cannes Film Festival and the Oscar for Best Cinematography.”

More films in London today (A – Z):


MON 04

Films in London this week: BLACK SABBATH at Picturehouse East Dulwich (04 NOV).
Films in London this week: BLACK SABBATH at Picturehouse East Dulwich (04 NOV).

BLACK SABBATH d. Mario Bava, 1963 at Picturehouse East Dulwich (04 NOV 18:30):

  • “BLACK SUNDAY was such a huge hit that a follow-up was swiftly demanded, and horror maestro Mario Bava duly devised this three-part horror anthology blending modern and period stories. Bava’s direction is as stylish as ever, and BLACK SABBATH is almost a compendium of his favourite themes.”

SOLIDARITY d. Lucy Parker, 2019 + Q&A with the director at ArtHouse Crouch End (04 NOV 20:15):

  • “SOLIDARITY is about the secretive methods used against UK activists and trade unionists. Blacklisted construction workers and activists spied on by the police share their ongoing struggles. The debut feature length film by artist filmmaker Lucy Parker has been made alongside (and features) members of the Blacklist Support Group, core participants in Undercover Policing Inquiry and members of other campaigning groups.”

More films in London today (A – Z):


TUE 05

Films in London this week: CONNECT at Peckhamplex (05 NOV).
Films in London this week: CONNECT at Peckhamplex (05 NOV).

CHILDREN OF THE SNOW LAND d. Zara Balfour & Marcus Stephenson, 2018 + Q&A with the director & participant Nima Gurung at Frontline Club (05 NOV 19:00):

  • “Zara Balfour‘s feature documentary follows the dangerous expeditions undertaken by Nepalese students who, after attending school in the city, are returning home to their rural villages after over a decade away from their families. This special screening will be followed by a Q&A with one of the stars of the film Nima Gurung, visiting us from Nepal.”

CONNECT d. Marilyn Edmond, 2019 + Q&A with the director at Peckhamplex (05 NOV 18:30):

  • “CONNECT is the directorial debut of Marilyn Edmond and follows the story of Brian (Kevin Guthrie), a young man battling with his mental health. Outwardly, he keeps calm, goes to work and carries on. He never feels that it’s possible to share his feelings, until care homeowner Jeff (Stephen McCole) becomes a source of support. A flirtation with single mother Sam (Siobhan Reilly) could be a reason to choose life.”

YEH FREEDOM LIFE d. Priya Sen, 2019 + Skype Q&A with the director at DocHouse (05 NOV 18:30):

  • gal-dem Film Club presents: “The debut feature from artist and filmmaker Priya Sen. Filmed over a year in the South Delhi neighbourhood of Ambedkar Nagar, Sen follows the aspirations and the complications of Sachi and Parveen’s relationships: both are in love with other women, both are juggling family responsibilities and judgements, and both are vulnerable to the vagaries of love.”

More films in London today (A – Z):


WED 06

Films in London this week: THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT’S WOMAN at Ciné Lumière (06 NOV).
Films in London this week: THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT’S WOMAN at Ciné Lumière (06 NOV).

A DOG CALLED MONEY d. Seamus Murphy, 2019 + Q&A with the director at Frontline Club (06 NOV 19:00):

  • “Award-winning war photographer and filmmaker Seamus Murphy explores the creative inspiration behind PJ Harvey’s ninth studio album in A Dog Called Money, an arresting collage-style documentary charting their travels together in Afghanistan, Kosovo and the US.”
  • Also later: A DOG CALLED MONEY d. Seamus Murphy, 2019 + Intro by the director at ICA (06 NOV 21:20):

CONNECT d. Marilyn Edmond, 2019 + Q&A with the director at ArtHouse Crouch End (06 NOV 19:45):

  • “CONNECT is the directorial debut of Marilyn Edmond and follows the story of Brian (Kevin Guthrie), a young man battling with his mental health. Outwardly, he keeps calm, goes to work and carries on. He never feels that it’s possible to share his feelings, until care home owner Jeff (Stephen McCole) becomes a source of support. A flirtation with single mother Sam (Siobhan Reilly) could be a reason to choose life.”

THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT’S WOMAN d. Karel Reisz, 1981 + Q&A with costume designer Tom Rand at Ciné Lumière (06 NOV 19:00):

  • “Anna (Meryl Streep) and Mike (Jeremy Irons) play a couple – both in life and on set – facing, through their characters, the blooming of a passionate affair and the disenchantment of a fading love. Soon they begin to feel that fiction interweaves into reality.” Part of the Craft of Film: Academy of Motion Picture at Ciné Lumière.

THE KING ON MAIN STREET d. Monta Bell, 1925 + Live Piano Accompaniment by Colin Sell at The Cinema Museum (06 NOV 19:30):

  • Kennington Bioscope presents: “THE KING ON MAIN STREET is a 1925 romantic comedy starring Adolphe Menjou and Bessie Love (whose vehicle THE MATINÉE IDOL (1928) was a particular hit at Kennington Bioscope four years ago). In the first half of the evening Professor Ian Christie will introducing a selection of short films from R.W. Paul with piano accompaniment by John Sweeney.”

More films in London today (A – Z):

  • BIRDS OF PASSAGE d. Cristina Gallego & Ciro Guerra, 2018 part of Latin American Cinema Nights at Deptford Cinema (06 NOV 20:00). DEAD MAN’S SHOES d. Shane Meadows, 2004 presented by Twickenham Film Club at The Exchange (06 NOV 19:30). THE DISORDERLY ORDERLY 35mm d. Frank Tashlin, 1964 at Regent Street Cinema (06 NOV 12:00 & 15:30). I, DANIEL BLAKE d. Ken Loach, 2016 + Q&A with Croydon Nightwatch presented by Screen25 at Harris Academy South Norwood (06 NOV 19:45 – Pay As You Feel!). THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO d. Joe Talbot, 2019 at Rich Mix (06 NOV 18:10). MYSTIFY: MICHAEL HUTCHENCE d. Richard Lowenstein, 2019 at The Prince Charles (06 NOV 15:40). MYSTIFY: MICHAEL HUTCHENCE d. Richard Lowenstein, 2019 at DocHouse (06 NOV 21:10). THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON d. Tyler Nilson & Michael Schwartz, 2019 at The Prince Charles (06 NOV 18:05). TO TOKYO d. Caspar Seale Jones, 2019 + Q&A with the director & exec producer/composer Trevor Jones at Picturehouse Crouch End (06 NOV 20:30). WOMAN AT WAR d. Benedikt Erlingsson, 2018 presented by Pitshanger Pictures at St Barnabas Millennium Halls (06 NOV 20:15).


THU 07

Films in London this week: SORRY WE MISSED YOU at Peckhamplex (07 NOV).
Films in London this week: SORRY WE MISSED YOU at Peckhamplex (07 NOV).

THE FALL d. Peter Whitehead, 1969 50th Anniversary Screening + Panel at ICA (07 NOV 19:40):

  • “One of Britain’s most provocative and idiosyncratic filmmakers, Peter Whitehead (1937–2019) created a body of work which shocked, entertained and infuriated audiences in equal measure. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its first screening at the ICA on 7 November 1969, the ICA Cinema screens a new restoration of Whitehead’s THE FALL followed by a panel discussion. Part of Peter Whitehead’s Tales of Two Cities: London and New York in the 1960s. Concludes with TONITE LET’S ALL MAKE LOVE IN LONDON d. Peter Whitehead, 1967 + Panel (09 NOV 18:45).

SORRY WE MISSED YOU d. Ken Loach, 2019 + Q&A with producer Rebecca O’Brien at Peckhamplex (07 NOV 20:30):

  • “From director Ken Loach and the award-winning team behind I, DANIEL BLAKE, comes SORRY WE MISSED YOU – a powerful exploration of the contemporary world of work, the gig economy and the challenges faced by one family trying to hold it all together.”
  • Enjoys a grind show run at the same venue.

TALES FROM THE LODGE d. Abigail Blackmore, 2019 + Q&A with the director at Genesis Cinema (07 NOV 18:30):

  • #WomenInFilm2019 presents: “A group of middle-aged friends gather at a remote lodge to honour a friend who recently drowned in a nearby lake. With emotions running high, everyone makes the most of a gloomy situation by celebrating the best way they know how: swapping silly, scary stories that would have earned a giggle from their dearly departed pal.”

More films in London today (A – Z):


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MUSEUM SHOWS PART 1

SEASONS (by event/venue)

Films in London this week: THE MARCH OF FOOLS, part of HIDDEN FIGURES: HA GIL-JONG at Barbican (06 NOV).
Films in London this week: THE MARCH OF FOOLS, part of HIDDEN FIGURES: HA GIL-JONG at Barbican (06 NOV).

20 YEARS at House Of Vans (01 NOV to 01 DEC – FREE!/No booking required):

“We’re stoked to bring our pick of quintessential movies that have just turned 20, to our cinema screen for our November film series.” Includes:

70mm PRESENTATIONS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

“Bringing regular 70mm presentations back to the West End with”:

ALL NIGHT / DAY / MINI MOVIE MARATHONS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

“Butt-numbing marathons” (their words…ED.) of cult, horror, themed & film franchises including:

AMERICAN INDEPENDENT: A FOCUS ON SHIRLEY CLARKE at BFI Southbank (OCT to NOV):

“Our monthly Experimenta programme gives you a chance to explore this boundary-pushing, influential filmmaker.” Includes:

BIG SCREEN CLASSICS: REAL TO REEL at BFI Southbank (OCT to NOV):

“Exploring how directors have sought an aura of verisimilitude.” Includes:

CLOSE-UP ON RAINER WERNER FASSBINDER at Close-Up (01 OCT to 01 DEC):

“Marking the 30th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall – and programmed in parallel to our upcoming Jürgen Böttcher retrospective with the Goethe-Institut – we’re pleased to present a selection of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s film and television works from across his vast, yet tragically short lived ouvre.” Includes:

CONJURING UP THE REAL: THE FILMS OF JÜRGEN BÖTTCHER various venues (23 OCT to 21 NOV):

“Celebrating Jürgen Böttcher’s diverse body of work as a filmmaker, this season includes seven programmes of short and feature length films.” Includes:

THE FILMS OF CARLOS REYGADAS at Deptford Cinema (20 OCT to 03 NOV):

“A season of films by the Mexican filmmaker. His output explores themes of love, suffering, death, and meaning in life.” Includes:

  • OUR TIME d. Carlos Reygadas, 2018 (03 NOV 18:30).

THE FILMS OF DAVID FINCHER at The Prince Charles (15 AUG to 21 NOV):

HARRY POTTER SEASON at The Prince Charles (03 AUG to 16 NOV):

“Every HARRY POTTER film screening over the coming months, all presented from 35mm!” Includes:

HERE BE WITCHES at The Prince Charles (31 OCT to 21 NOV):

“Kicking off on Halloween and all throughout November, The Final Girls will dive deep into exploring the figure of the witch in film and TV through a season of films, discussions and a brand-new podcast.” Includes:

HIDDEN FIGURES: HA GIL-JONG at Barbican (04 to 10 NOV):

“The provocative, brutal films of Ha Gil-jong, a major figure of 1970s Korean cinema, are the focus of our latest HIDDEN FIGURES programme.” Includes:

A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MOVIE MUSICAL at Deptford Cinema (21 OCT to 09 DEC):

“Deptford Cinema joins in the BFI’s nationwide three-month celebration of the musical film genre with our own special and spectacular season! Expect short films and programme notes at all screenings, and even some special guest speakers.” Includes:

HITCHCOCKTOBER at The Birds E11 (03 OCT to 01 NOV – FREE!/Paid reservations & packages available!):

“Hitch’s best, for free.” Includes:

  • 78:52 d. Alexandre O. Philippe, 2017 (01 NOV 20:00).

INGMAR BERGMAN at Deptford Cinema (ongoing):

“A season of films by the prolific and much celebrated Swedish director. Philip French referred to Bergman as ‘one of the greatest artists of the 20th century’.” Includes:

KAZUHIRO SODA at Deptford Cinema (06 OCT to 10 NOV):

“A season of documentary films by the Japanese filmmaker.” Includes:

  • PEACE d. Kazuhiro Soda, 2010 (03 NOV 16:00).

LOST THE PLOT at Classic Cinema Club – Ealing (NOV to DEC):

“As these characters try to better their lives, get rich quick, or work on their relationships, they learn that the best intentions and best laid plans often go awry.” Includes:

LUNCHTIME FILM SOCIETY at The Bridewell Theatre (22 OCT to 01 NOV):

“RADIANT CIRCUS & partners present a brand new popup cinema screening daily programmes of bitesize films for busy workers, visitors & residents in the City Of London. Bring your own lunch, relax & refocus as you feast on a world of inspiring short film drama, documentary & animation.” Concludes with:

MAURICE PIALET AND THE NEW FRENCH REALISM at BFI Southbank (OCT to NOV):

“A two-part exploration of an uncompromising director and the impact he’s made on recent French cinema and its actors.” Includes:

  • L’ENFANCE NUE 35mm aka Naked Childhood d. Maurice Pialat, 1968 (02 NOV 16:10); and, LA GUELE OUVERTE aka The Mouth Agape d. Maurice Pialat, 1974 (02 NOV 18:20).
  • Sight & Sound Deep Focus: SAVAGE NIGHTS 35mm aka Les Nuits Fauves d. Cyril Collard, 1992 (01 NOV 20:25); and, WILD REEDS 35mm aka Les Roseaux Sauvages d. André Téchiné (03 NOV 15:30).

MUSICALS! THE GREATEST SHOW ON SCREEN at BFI Southbank (OCT to DEC):

“Dust off your dancing shoes, practice your scales and join us for some heart-lifting movies, special events and joyful singalongs.” Includes:

NIGHTCLEANERS & ’36 TO ’77 at DocHouse (31 OCT to 06 NOV):

“Two classics of ’70s British political protest cinema made by the Berwick Film Collective.” Includes:

  • ’36 TO ’77 d. Marc Karlin & James Scott & Humphry Trevelyan & Jon Sanders, 1978 + Q&A with the filmmakers (06 NOV 18:30).

ROM COMS at Everyman Maida Vale (20 OCT to 10 NOV).

“Warm up with some of our favourite rom coms this Autumn at Everyman Maida Vale.” Includes:

SAMURAI SUNDAYS at Deptford Cinema (27 OCT to 24 NOV):

“The SAMURAI SUNDAYS season has been programmed by Peter Blunden, and is kindly supported by the London East Asia Film Festival.” Includes:

THE TALENTED MR DELON at Ciné Lumière (20 OCT to 26 NOV):

“Les Classiques will be dedicated to legendary French actor Alain Delon, showcasing a selection of films by the greatest directors from René Clément to Michelangelo Antonioni.” Includes:

  • L’INSOUMIS d. Alain Cavalier, 1964 (03 NOV 14:00 / 05 NOV 18:15).

THRILLERS & KILLERS & MONSTERS, OH MY! at The Prince Charles (27 SEP to 01 NOV):

“We bring you a strand of dark, twisted, scary, fun and bloody cinema!” Includes:

WOMEN DIRECTORS OF THE DEFA at Goethe-Institut (30 OCT to 19 NOV):

“With this series, comprising three feature and four documentary films, we take a look at how women directors working for the DEFA (German Film Corporation, Ltd, 1946 – 1990/1992), East Germany’s state-owned production company, represented life in the GDR and under what conditions they could made their films.” Includes:


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MUSEUM SHOWS PART 2

FILM FESTIVALS (by date/duration)

Film festivals in London this week include:


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GRIND SHOWS

REGULAR RUNS & MAINSTREAM MARVELS (by title)

Films in London this week: TRIXIE MATTEL: MOVING PARTS at DocHouse (01 to 07 NOV).
Films in London this week: TRIXIE MATTEL: MOVING PARTS at DocHouse (01 to 07 NOV).

CAMPO d. Tiago Hespanha, 2019 at ICA (01 to 07 NOV):

  • “In Roman times, the Campo de Marte was a training arena for war. In this reflective documentary, director Tiago Hespanha depicts a modern-day Campo – The Field Firing Range of Alcochete on the outskirts of Lisbon. The film contrasts the mundane and the transcendental – military troops training for fictional missions, astronomy aficionados observing the stars – as it portrays Europe’s largest military base.”

MAKING WAVES: THE ART OF CINEMATIC SOUND d. Midge Costin, 2019 at ArtHouse Crouch End (01 to 07 NOV):

  • “An incredible look at how sound is used in the filmmaking process featuring notable sound designers such as Walter Murch (APOCALYPSE NOW) Ben Burtt (STAR WARS) and Gary Rydstrom (TOY STORY) as well as great film directors known for working so closely with their sound designers, like George Lucas, Robert Redford, Peter Weir, Christopher Nolan, Sofia Coppola, David Lynch and Ang Lee.”

TRIXIE MATTEL: MOVING PARTS d. Nick Zeig-Owens, 2019 at DocHouse (01 to 10 NOV):

  • “Half-Ojibwa drag queen and singer-songwriter Trixie Mattel landed the crown in the third season of Ru Paul’s Drag Race All Stars. Barbie meets Dolly Parton meets Divine on acid, Trixie Mattel is sharp-witted and throws as much shade as a dense pine forest. However, beneath the huge hair and extraordinary make-up is Brian Firkus, a quiet and sensitive musician, who is beginning to feel the pressure of long tours and solo performances.”

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