SCREEN GUIDE: Films in London this week [02 to 08 AUG 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 02 // SAT 03 // SUN 04 // MON 05 // TUE 06 // WED 07 // THU 08


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

TONKA OF THE GALLOWS d. Karel Anton, 1930 + Live Accompaniment by Stephen Horne at Phoenix Cinema (04 AUG 15:30):

  • “A rarely seen gem from the archives of the Czech Republic, TONKA OF THE GALLOWS fuses German chiaroscuro aesthetics with the Soviet flare for surprising angles for this affective parable of the cruelty that comes from small-mindedness. Made as sound was taking over the industry, TONKA OF THE GALLOWS is a ‘tour-de-force of silent-era filmmaking’.”

NEW AT RADIANT CIRCUS

Films in London this month: THE LIFE OF OHARU, part of TRILOGIES & TRIPTYCHS at Close-Up (01 AUG).

We want to make sure you never miss a frame… Plan ahead with our epic monthly roundup of London’s repertory seasons & film festivals for AUGUST.

Films in London this week: VOX LUX at Screen25 (02 AUG).

Our summer romance with Screen25 continues with their next film VOX LUX d. Brady Corbet, 2018 at Harris Academy South Norwood (02 AUG 19:45 – Use promo code “CIRCUS19” to book & save).


FILMS IN LONDON THIS WEEK

SINGLE-O EXHIBITS

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

FRI 02

Films in London this week: THE SOUVENIR at ArtHouse Crouch End (02 AUG).
Films in London this week: THE SOUVENIR at ArtHouse Crouch End (02 AUG).

EL HIJO DE LA NOVIA d. Juan José Campanella, 2001 + Intro by Adam Feinstein at The Cinema Museum (02 AUG 19:30):

  • “This magnificent comedy, made in 2001 at the height of Argentina’s economic crisis and nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, stars three of Argentina’s greatest living actors: Ricardo Darín, Héctor Alterio and Norma Aleandro. Darin and the director, Juan José Campanella, are a formidable team.”

THE SOUVENIR d. Joanna Hogg, 2019 + Q&A with the director at ArtHouse Crouch End (02 AUG 19:00):

  • “A shy film student (Honor Swinton Byrne) begins finding her voice as an artist while navigating a turbulent courtship with a charismatic but untrustworthy man (Tom Burke). She defies her protective mother (Tilda Swinton) and concerned friends as she slips deeper and deeper into an intense, emotionally fraught relationship which comes dangerously close to destroying her dreams.”

More films in London today (A – Z):

  • MY FRIEND THE POLISH GIRL d. Ewa Banaszkiewicz & Mateusz Dymek, 2018 at Watermans (02 AUG 15:45). OF FISH & FOE d. Andy Heathcote & Heike Bachelier, 2018 at ICA (02 AUG 14:30). VOX LUX d. Brady Corbet, 2018 presented by Screen25 at Harris Academy South Norwood (02 AUG 19:45 – Use promo code “CIRCUS19” to book & save).


SAT 03

Films in London this week: JT LEROY at Rio Cinema (03 AUG).
Films in London this week: JT LEROY at Rio Cinema (03 AUG).

Double Bill: Women & Obsession – SMOOTH TALK d. Joyce Chopra, 1985 + DANCE WITH A STRANGER d. Mike Newell, 1985 + Intro/Panel Discussion at Picturehouse Central (03 AUG 14:00):

  • Birds’ Eye View #ReclaimTheFrame presents: “A double bill of two unique and under-screened female-made thrillers from the 80s plus specialist talks and a creative writing workshop, tapping into one’s own obsessive capacities!”

JT LEROY d. Justin Kelly, 2018 + Q&A with Savannah Knoop at Rio Cinema (03 AUG 15:00):

  • “See the insane true story… Truth really is wilder than fiction in this captivating retelling of one of the literary world’s most infamous hoaxes, and meet the real JT LeRoy – Savannah Knoop in person for a post screening Q&A on stage with Jim Sturgess only here at the RIO. With surprises, prizes, live wrestling and more!.”

SMALL ISLAND BIG SONG d. Tim Cole, 2019 + Q&A with the director & producer BaoBao Chen at The Castle Cinema (03 AUG 12:00):

  • “This beautiful documentary explores the Austronesian migration theory that many present-day Oceanic cultures originated in Taiwan and seeks to establish musical links between cultures as far afield as Hawaii, Madagascar, New Zealand, Borneo, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Tahiti, Guam and Rapa Nui (Easter Island).”

More films in London today (A – Z):


SUN 04

Films in London this week: HARD BOILED at Moth Club (04 AUG).
Films in London this week: HARD BOILED at Moth Club (04 AUG).

TONKA OF THE GALLOWS d. Karel Anton, 1930 + Live Accompaniment by Stephen Horne at Phoenix Cinema (04 AUG 15:30):

  • “A rarely seen gem from the archives of the Czech Republic, TONKA OF THE GALLOWS fuses German chiaroscuro aesthetics with the Soviet flare for surprising angles for this affective parable of the cruelty that comes from small-mindedness. Made as sound was taking over the industry, TONKA OF THE GALLOWS is a ‘tour-de-force of silent-era filmmaking’.”

More films in London today (A – Z):


MON 05

Films in London this week: THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH at Regent Street Cinema (05 AUG).
Films in London this week: THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH at Regent Street Cinema (05 AUG).

Short Film Night: Kids & Families + Q&A with the directors at Peckhamplex (05 AUG 18:30):

  • “Selection of short films on the theme of Kids and Families followed by Q&A with the directors. Includes: THE LAST DAY OF SUMMER d. Aleskandra Czenzek. LIFE LESSON d. Daniella Dahoui. THE WORD OF MAGIC d. James Atkins. THE STORY OF SID d. Sasanka Srinivas. BUILT TO BE d. Irene Maffei.”

More films in London today (A – Z):

  • AMAZING GRACE d. Alan Elliott & Sydney Pollack, 2018 at DocHouse (05 AUG 16:30). DAVID LYNCH: THE ART LIFE d. Rick Barnes, Olivia Neergarrd-Holm & Jon Nguyen presented by Deeper Into Movies at Moth Club (05 AUG 19:00). DJANGO UNCHAINED d. Quentin Tarantino, 2012 at Picturehouse Central (05 AUG 18:30 – Other Picturehouses available!). THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH d. Nicolas Roeg, 1976 at Regent Street Cinema (05 AUG 20:35). MY FRIEND THE POLISH GIRL d. Ewa Banaszkiewicz & Mateusz Dymek, 2018 at Watermans (05 AUG 18:15).  ONLY YOU d. Harry Wootliff, 2018 at The Prince Charles (05 AUG 18:05). PAVAROTTI d. Ron Howard, 2019 at DocHouse (05 AUG 14:00). UNDIR TRENU aka Under The Tree d. Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson, 2017 at Deptford Cinema (05 AUG 19:30).


TUE 06

Films in London this week: HOLIDAY at ICA (06 AUG).
Films in London this week: HOLIDAY at ICA (06 AUG).

HOLIDAY d. Isabella Eklöf, 2018 + Q&A with the director at ICA (06 AUG 18:30):

  • “Holidaying on the Turkish Riviera, the girlfriend of a low-level drug lord navigates the crude objectification, menacing threats and eventual violent outbursts of her gangster boyfriend. In this highly-stylised debut feature from Isabella Eklöf (who co-wrote the 2018 Swedish film BORDER), the female protagonist seeks her revenge.”
  • Enjoys a grind show run at the same venue.

IF…. d. Lindsay Anderson, 1968 + Q&A/Filming If…. book signing with David Wood at Curzon Richmond (06 AUG 18:10):

  • “To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of Lindsay Anderson’s if…. we screen the film followed by a Q&A with co-star David Wood, who signs copies of his book ‘Filming if….’ afterwards. An apposite winner of the Palme d’Or at the 1969 Cannes Film Festival after the previous year’s competition was suspended due to student protest and civil action, Lindsay Anderson’s countercultural satire depicts insurrection in a fictional boy’s boarding school.”

More films in London today (A – Z):

  • APOLLO 11 d. Todd Douglas Miller, 2019 at ICA (06 AUG 14:30). BAD TIMING d. Nicolas Roeg, 1980 at Regent Street Cinema (06 AUG 20:35). BRITAIN ON FILM: PROTEST! archive film programme at The David Lean (06 AUG 19:30). IN FABRIC d. Peter Strickland, 2018 at The Prince Charles (06 AUG 13:00). PENNY SLINGER: OUT OF THE SHADOWS d. Richard Kovitch, 2017 at Picturehouse Hackney (06 AUG 18:30 – Other Picturehouses available!). PENTAMIND: THE ULTIMATE MIND SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP d. Hassan Amini, 2019 at JW3 (06 AUG 21:00). REBECCA d. Alfred Hitchcock, 1940 at Primrose Hill Community Library (06 AUG 19:45). THE SEVEN-UPS d. Philip D’Antoni, 1973 presented by Tufnell Part Film Club at The Lord Palmerston (06 AUG 20:00). VARDA BY AGNÈS d. Agnès Varda, 2019 at DocHouse (06 AUG 14:00). VARDA BY AGNÈS d. Agnès Varda, 2019 at The Lexi (06 AUG 20:30). WIDOWS d. Steve McQueen, 2018 presented by Deeper Into Movies at Peckham Levels (06 AUG 19:00 – FREE!).


WED 07

Films in London this week: GAZA at DocHouse (07 AUG).
Films in London this week: GAZA at DocHouse (07 AUG).

GAZA d. Garry Keane & Andrew McConnell, 2018 + Q&A with the directors at DocHouse (07 AUG 18:30):

  • “17-year-old Karma Khaial stands by the Mediterranean Sea that represents freedom to her. But in Gaza, the sea is yet another wall restricting the lives and dreams of its inhabitants. This elegantly shot and masterfully crafted portrait of Palestinian life offers a rare chance to be immersed in the heart of Gaza. Inside a Gaza City taxi, we meet a teacher, a student, and a barber, who all share their dreams and daily predicaments with the driver, Ahmed, with surprising humour and candour.”

LETO d. Kirill Serebrennikov, 2018 previews at Barbican (07 AUG 18:20):

  • “In the underground scene of 1980s Leningrad, as rock fans eagerly seek out the latest bootleg recordings from the west, Mike (Roman Bilyk), who leads a hugely successful band, is changed by the arrival of Viktor Tsoi (Tee Yoo), a talented musician with a band of his own. Set to a soundtrack of classics, this new film from Kirill Serebrennikov, currently under house arrest in his home country, is a rock’n’roll musical like no other.”

More films in London today (A – Z):

  • CALAMITY JANE d. David Butler, 1956 at Regent Street Cinema (07 AUG 12:00 & 15:30). FISHERMAN’S FRIENDS d. Chris Foggin, 2019 at Rio Cinema (07 AUG 14:30). IN FABRIC d. Peter Strickland, 2018 at The Prince Charles (07 AUG 12:30). LAS MALCOGIDAS aka The Badly F*cked d. Denisse Arancibia, 2017 at Deptford Cinema (07 AUG 20:00). MIDSOMMAR d. Ari Aster, 2019 at The Castle Cinema (07 AUG 21:00). OF FISH & FOE d. Andy Heathcote & Heike Bachelier, 2018 at ICA (07 AUG 13:50). PERFORMANCE d. Nicolas Roeg & Donald Cammell, 1970 at Regent Street Cinema (07 AUG 20:35). POETIC JUSTICE d. John Singleton, 1993 + Poetry Reading presented by Screen25 at Harris Academy South Norwood (07 AUG 19:45 – Pay As You Feel). VARDA BY AGNÈS d. Agnès Varda, 2019 at The Lexi (07 AUG 20:30).


THU 08

Films in London this week: THE ANIMATRIX - WORLD RECORD part of DAYS OF FUTURE PAST at Regent Street Cinema (08 AUG).
Films in London this week: THE ANIMATRIX – WORLD RECORD part of DAYS OF FUTURE PAST at Regent Street Cinema (08 AUG).

ANIARA d. Pella Kågerman & Hugo Lilja, 2018 + Q&A with the directors & actor Arvin Kananian at Rio Cinema (08 AUG 18:30):

  • “Apocalyptic, darkly poetic and visually stunning, ANIARA balances a spectacular sense of intergalactic dread with matters more mundane as it imagines the existential crisis of a human race without a planet to call home. The alternative? A shopping mall in space.”

THE ANIMATRIX d. Peter Chung, Andrew R. Jones, Yoshiaki Kawajiri, Takeshi Koike, Mahiro Maeda, Kôji Morimoto, & Shin’ichirô Watanabe, 2003 + Panel Discussion at Regent Street Cinema (08 AUG 19:30):

  • “Originally released online and on DVD as a story companion to THE MATRIX RELOADED, this rarely screened anthology of animated shorts sheds light on the incredible Matrix universe and unites the Wachowskis with some of the Japanese animation giants who influenced their sci-fi trilogy. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion on virtual reality and artificial worlds.”

More films in London today (A – Z):


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MUSEUM SHOWS PART 1

SEASONS (by event/venue)

Films in London this week: HELLO RAIN, part of NO DIRECT FLIGHT at BFI (03 AUG).
Films in London this week: HELLO RAIN, part of NO DIRECT FLIGHT at BFI (03 AUG).

70mm PRESENTATIONS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

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

  • “Butt-numbing marathons” (their words…ED.) of cult, horror, themed & film franchises including: HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON TRILOGY 3 Films, 1 Ticket (04 AUG 12:00).

ALMODÓVAR: KING OF SPAIN at Genesis Cinema (02 to 22 AUG):

BACKYARD CINEMA: L.A. NIGHTS at Roundhouse (19 JUL to 24 AUG):

BIG SCREEN CLASSICS: TURMOIL! at BFI Southbank (AUG):

  • “Films that focus on emotional and psychological turmoil.” Includes: GLORIA d. John Cassavetes, 1980 (02 AUG 18:15); REPULSION d. Roman Polanski, 1965 (03 AUG 20:45); EAST OF EDEN d. Elia Kazan, 1955 (04 AUG 15:30); LE JOUR SE LÈVE d. Marcel Carné, 1939 (05 AUG 18:40); UNRELATED 35mm d. Joanna Hogg, 2007 (06 AUG 20:30); GLORIA d. John Cassavetes, 1980 + Intro by Geoff Andrew (07 AUG 18:05); and, MILDRED PIERCE d. Michael Curtiz, 1945 (08 AUG 20:50.

BUILT UPON BODIES at Deptford Cinema (05 JUL to 13 OCT):

  • “A season of films that explore the relationship between the human body and the built environment.” Includes: CAMILLE 2000 d. Radley Metzger, 1969 (08 AUG 20:00).

CARY GRANT: BRITAIN’S GREATEST EXPORT at BFI Southbank (AUG to SEP):

CELEBRATING PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN at The Prince Charles (until 10 AUG):

COME TOGETHER: A MUSIC FILM SERIES at Barbican (02 to 30 AUG):

  • “Every Friday in August, enjoy a festival experience in the comfort of the cinema, with this season of concerts on film.” Includes: WOODSTOCK d. Michael Wadleigh, 1970 (02 AUG 18:30).

FILM4 SUMMER SCREEN at Somerset House (08 to 21 AUG):

  • Includes: PAIN AND GLORY d. Pedro Almodovar, 2019 UK Premiere (08 AUG 19:00 – Currently looking SOLD OUT!).

THE FILMS OF SPIKE JONZE at The Prince Charles (until 03 AUG):

  • Includes: HER d. Spike Jonze, 2013 (03 AUG 15:10).

FOCUS ON AGNÈS VARDA at BFI Southbank (JUL):

  • “Three films for you to revisit – all of which feature prominently in her latest release VARDA BY AGNÈS.” Includes: VARDA BY AGNÈS d. Agnès Varda, 2019 (03 AUG 15:45 / 04 AUG 17:45).

FRAMING QUEERS at Deptford Cinema (07 JUL to 01 SEP):

  • “A new series screening queer and LGBT cinema in all its disruptive glory, in particular radical, global, and neglected work from throughout its history.” Includes: SOMETHING MUST BREAK d. Ester Martin Bergsmark, 2014 (04 AUG 16:00).

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

HEAT OF THE MOMENT: TURNING POINTS ON FILM at Barbican Centre (01 to 29 AUG):

  • “The boiling heat of summer is a catalyst for personal, political and social change in this selection of films, screening every Thursday in August.” Includes: LE BONHEUR d. Agnès Varda, 1965 (08 AUG 18:30).

NINETIES: YOUNG CINEMA REBELS at BFI Southbank (JUL to AUG):

NO DIRECT FLIGHT at BFI Southbank (AUG):

NOIRS at House Of Vans (07 JUL to 03 AUG):

  • “From the classics all the way through to the modern homage. If you like mystery and hard boiled crime, we’ve got a treat for you.” Includes: OUT OF THE PAST (02 AUG 17:00 & 19:15); and, DRIVE (03 AUG 15:00 & 15:30).

ONCE UPON A TIME WITH TARANTINO at The Prince Charles (until 14 AUG):

  • RESERVOIR DOGS d. Quentin Tarantino, 1992 enjoys a grind show run (until 08 AUG).

PHILLIP MARLOWE ON SCREEN at The Prince Charles (UNTIL 03 SEP):

  • “We’re bringing a handful of films featuring Raymond Chandler’s detective creation; Phillip Marlowe!” Includes: THE LONG GOODBYE 35mm d. Robert Altman, 1973 (06 AUG 18:10).

ROOFTOP FILM CLUB various roofs (until 31 JUL):

SUMMER FILM NIGHTS at The Italian Cultural Institute (AUG – FREE!):

  • “Dedicated to contemporary Italian cinema and young talented directors.” Includes: THE COMPLEXITY OF HAPPINESS d. Gianni Zanasi, 2015 (07 AUG 18:30).

TARANTINO ON SCREEN-O at Genesis Cinema (05 to 13 AUG):

  • “Marks the release of Tarantino’s ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD (2019) with some of his better contributions to the world of cinema.” Includes: NATURAL BORN KILLERS 35mm d. Oliver Stone, 1994 (05 AUG 21:10); RESERVOIR DOGS d. Quentin Tarantino, 1992 (06 AUG 21:00); FROM DUSK TIL DAWN d. Robert Rodriguez, 1996 + Intro/Salon with Nick Walker (08 AUG 18:15); and, PULP FICTION d. Quentin Tarantino, 1994 (08 AUG 20:45 – Includes a FREE pint of something Truman’s).

TRILOGIES & TRIPTYCHS at Close-Up Centre (01 AUG to 01 SEP):

  • “A month long programme of trilogies and triptychs, featuring films by: Kenji Mizoguchi, Federico Fellini, Satyajit Ray, Michelangelo Antonioni, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Krzysztof Kieślowski, David Lynch, and Miguel Gomes.” Includes: Kenji Mizoguchi’s Great Triptych UGETSU d. Kenji Mizoguchi, 1953 (03 AUG 18:00); and, SANSHO THE BAILIFF d. Kenji Mizoguchi, 1954 (05 AUG 20:15). Federico Fellini’s Trilogy of Loneliness – LA STRADA d. Federico Fellini, 1954 (02 AUG 20:15); and, IL BIDONE d. Federico Fellini, 1955 (04 AUG 18:00). Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy – PATHER PANCHALI d. Satyajit Ray, 1955 (03 AUG 20:00). Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colours Trilogy – THREE COLOURS: BLUE d. Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1993 (04 AUG 20:30). Miguel Gomes’ Arabian Nights – ARABIAN NIGHTS: THE RESTLESS ONES d. Miguel Gomes, 2015 (06 AUG 20:15).

WE’RE GONNA PARTY LIKE IT’S 1999! at The Prince Charles (02 MAY to 26 NOV):

  • “1999 was an EPIC year for movies – so we’re bringing a whole heap of it back to the big-screen!” Includes: ELECTION 35mm d. Alexander Payne, 1999 (02 AUG 21:00).
  • THE MATRIX d. Lana Wachowski & Lilly Wachowski, 1999 enjoys a grind show run (until 08 AUG).

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MUSEUM SHOWS PART 2

FILM FESTIVALS (by date/duration)

We don’t think that there are any film festivals in London this week but we’ve been wrong before… please let us know!


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GRIND SHOWS

REGULAR RUNS & MAINSTREAM MARVELS (by title)

Films in London this week: RECONSTRUCTING UTØYA at DocHouse (02 to 08 AUG).
Films in London this week: RECONSTRUCTING UTØYA at DocHouse (02 to 08 AUG).

HOLIDAY d. Isabella Eklöf, 2018 at ICA (02 to 08 AUG):

  • “Holidaying on the Turkish Riviera, the girlfriend of a low-level drug lord navigates the crude objectification, menacing threats and eventual violent outbursts of her gangster boyfriend. In this highly-stylised debut feature from Isabella Eklöf (who co-wrote the 2018 Swedish film BORDER), the female protagonist seeks her revenge.”
  • HOLIDAY d. Isabella Eklöf, 2018 + Q&A with the director at ICA (06 AUG 18:30).

OLDBOY 4K d. Chan-wook Park, 2003 at The Prince Charles (02 to 08 AUG):

  • “Based on the Japanese manga of the same name, the film tells the horrific tale of Oh Dae-su (Choi Min-sik), a businessman who is inexplicably kidnapped and imprisoned in a grim hotel room-like cell for 15 years, without knowing his captor or the reason for his incarceration. Eventually released, he learns of his wife’s murder and embarks on a quest for revenge.”

PHOTOGRAPH d. Ritesh Batra, 2019 at Phoenix Cinema (02 to 08 AUG):

  • “The latest from writer-director Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox), Photograph is a charming tale of unlikely romance set against the vibrant backdrop of contemporary Mumbai. Rafi (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) is a struggling street photographer who takes tourist portraits at the Gateway of India. When he meets Miloni (Sanya Malhotra), a shy stranger from an affluent family, he convinces her to pose as his fiancée after his overbearing grandmother decides to pay him a visit.”

RECONSTRUCTING UTØYA d. Carl Javér, 2018 at DocHouse (02 to 08 AUG):

  • “On 22nd July, 2011, 69 people were murdered in Norway when a far-right terrorist exploded a bomb in Oslo and then proceeded to shoot children on the island of Utøya where the Labour Party’s youth league was holding its summer camp. Four survivors meet in Northern Norway with twelve young Norwegians to share their experiences and reconstruct their memories.”

More films in London this week (A – Z):


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