RADIANT CIRCUS is your all-inclusive guide to London’s DIY, indie & alternative movie nights, film events & gallery screenings. Our latest SCREEN GUIDE helps you find films in London this week*.
Welcome to our digest of films in London this week.
There must be something in the water as silent cinema has a really strong showing this week with exceptional events at Barbican, ArtHouse, Genesis, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Stow Film Lounge as well as a modern variant at Deptford Cinema. If you haven’t thought that silent film might be your thing, read the first part of our recent interview with Michelle Facey of Kennington Bioscope: her enthusiasm is absolutely infectious, particularly for the emotional power of live accompaniment.
As well as some excellent double bills there a few “before & after” programming coincidences. First up is the opportunity to see 42ND STREET and its sort-of sequel THE GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 on the same day on different screens (16 MAY, Regent Street & BFI). To confuse matters, the song “We’re In The Money” appears in the opening sequence of the latter but was then appropriated for the Broadway production of the former… Then there’s a brace of classic Italian zombie-outbreak movies CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD and BURIAL GROUND (12 MAY, The King & Queen) which you can follow with excellent post-zombie movie – and we don’t mean that in a chin-stroking way – THE CURED (13 to 17 MAY, Prince Charles).
Oddly enough, a stray song and the forces of life come together in our featured attraction of the week: Bertrand Mandico’s THE WILD BOYS which gets its UK premiere (plus Skype Q&A) on The Mall (11 MAY). We’re big fans of William S. Burroughs’ novel The Wild Boys: A Book Of The Dead – about “a homosexual youth movement whose objective is the downfall of western civilization, set in an apocalyptic late twentieth century” (wikipedia) – and have longed for a film version after earlier failed attempts. Yes, that Duran Duran song hails from somewhere…
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FILMS IN LONDON THIS WEEK
ONE-OFF MOVIE NIGHTS, FILM EVENTS & GALLERY SCREENINGS (by date/event)
THE MONKEES’ HEAD + LIVE MUSIC by Nathan Persad at Genesis Cinema (11 MAY 19:00 – Free!):
- Shortly after their TV show closed its final curtain, the Monkees took to the big screen in this mind-bending experiment in pop art. Proudly without plot, this feature follows band members Peter Tork, Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith on a trippy adventure through 1960s Hollywood.
SERPENTINE CINEMA with artists Sondra Perry & Cauleen Smith at Peckhamplex (11 MAY 18:30):
- A selection of Cauleen Smith’s films, whose exploration of landscapes both real and imagined propels her experimental cinematic narratives. Following the screening, Cauleen Smith will be in conversation with Sondra Perry.
THE WILD BOYS aka Les garçons sauvages + Skype Q&A with actor Mathilde Warnier at ICA (11 MAY 18:30):
- The UK premiere of the debut feature film by French experimental filmmaker Bertrand Mandico. “Fantasy, eroticism, violence and mystery engulf a group of young, privileged teenage boys – all played by women – cast away from the island of La Réunion for committing a sadistic crime.”
- THE WILD BOYS then enjoys a grind show run at ICA (until 17 MAY – click for dates/times).
More films in London today (A – Z): AGUIRRE, WRATH OF GOD at BFI (11 MAY 18:30). DINGO presented by Soul Jazz Records at Regent Street Cinema (11 MAY 19:30). THE FIFTH ELEMENT at Backyard Cinema (11 MAY 16:00). FILM STARS DON’T DIE IN LIVERPOOL presented by Talkies Community Cinema at Bounds Green Bowls & Tennis Club (11 MAY 19:30). HOW TO TALK TO GIRLS AT PARTIES + Q&A with writer Neil Gaiman, screenwriter Philippa Goslett & star Elle Fanning at Picturehouse Central (11 MAY 18:45). NEIL YOUNG: HEART OF GOLD 35mm at The Prince Charles (11 MAY 21:00).
AFTER ’68 at The Whitechapel & Close-Up (12 MAY 13:00 & 20:00):
- Regarded as a defining moment in the twentieth century, mark the 50 years since 1968 by exploring cultural expression in an age of crisis, through international artists’ films, documentaries, clips, 16mm works and much more alongside readings and discussion.
- Part 1: THE ECONOMY OF RESISTANCE at The Whitechapel Gallery.
- Part 2: THERE ARE THREE WAYS TO RESIST BUT THE ENEMY IS ONE at Close-Up.
MANSFIELD 66/67 + Q&A with directors P. David Ebersole & Todd Hughes at ICA (12 MAY 18:15):
- Jayne Mansfield, an early Playboy Playmate, nightclub entertainer and singer, captivated audiences across the globe. Her mid-century rise to stardom drove her to drugs, alcohol, and a dubious affair with Anton LaVey, the charismatic leader of the Church of Satan. A fatal car crash in 1967 unleashed a litany of conspiracies. Was it a curse? Did the devil make her do it?
- MANSFIELD 66/67 also enjoys a grind show run at ICA (11 to 17 MAY – click for dates/times).
More films in London today (A – Z): ARRIVAL presented by Pitshanger Pictures at St Barnabas Millennium Halls (12 MAY 20:00). THE BILL REUNION 2 presented by Misty Moon Productions at The Cinema Museum (12 MAY 20:00). CALL ME BY YOUR NAME + MOONLIGHT presented by Deeper Into Movies at Moth Club (12 MAY 13:00). CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD + BURIAL GROUND presented by World Wide Weird at The King & Queen (12 MAY 17:30 – free, donation requested!). HEAVEN’S GATE at BFI (12 MAY 19:00). INCEPTION 35mm at The Prince Charles (12 MAY 17:30). THE KID at Stow Film Lounge (12 MAY 11:00). MULHOLLAND DR. 35mm at The Prince Charles (12 MAY 20:45). PAPRIKA at The Prince Charles (12 MAY 15:15).
Chineke!: WALTZ WITH BASHIR at Barbican (13 MAY 19:30):
- Chineke! Orchestra – conducted by Fawzi Haimor – will perform Max Richter’s score for Waltz With Bashir, alongside a screening of the film. Chineke! is Europe’s first professional orchestra to be made up of majority black and minority ethnic musicians.
KISS ME, STUPID + INTRO by curator Iris Veysey at ArtHouse Crouch End (13 MAY 14:45):
- 2A Films presents a rare screening of Billy Wilder ’s acerbic and sexually frank film that caused an uproar when it was released. Decried by many as immoral and tasteless, it was defended by critic Joan Didion, who described it as a ‘profoundly affecting film’, ‘suffused with the despair of an America many of us prefer not to know.’
SUFFRAGETTE + MARCH + INTRO with live accompaniment at ArtHouse Crouch End (13 MAY 19:30):
- The film is introduced by Dr Naomi Paxton, a specialist in the cultural history of suffrage theatre. Live accompaniment is provided by Wendy Hiscocks. The feature is paired with the documentary MARCH which shows Anna Birch’s public art project recreating a Suffragette pageant procession.
UNDERGROUND + LIVE ACCOMPANIMENT by Neil Brand at Barbican (13 MAY 16:00):
- An extraordinary tale of jealousy, murder and a fatally flawed love triangle, set in and around the London Underground of the 1920s.
More films in London today (A – Z): ARRIETTY at The Prince Charles (13 MAY 15:35). CRIES & WHISPERS at Picturehouse Central (13 MAY 13:00 – other Picturehouses available!). CULTS // SATANISM // PERVERSIONS presented by Deeper Into Movies at The Five Bells (13 MAY 15:00). DOUBLE BILL: MARK FELT: The Man Who Bought Down The White House + ALL THE PRESIDENTS’ MEN at Regent Street Cinema (13 MAY 14:30 & 16:45). FISTFUL OF DOLLARS at Regent Street Cinema (13 MAY 19:30). FLIGHT OF THE NAVIGATOR at Backyard Cinema (13 MAY 16:30). THE GREAT DICTATOR at Stow Film Lounge (13 MAY 14:30). INTERSTELLAR 70mm at The Prince Charles (13 MAY 20:15). JEUNE FEMME previews at ICA (13 MAY 16:00). THE LAST PROSECCO + Prosecco Party! at Genesis Cinema (13 MAY 18:00). LEAVING HOME, COMING HOME: A Portrait of Robert Frank + Q&A with director Gerald Fox at ICA (13 MAY 16:00). MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA Rescored Live by Grok at Genesis Cinema (13 MAY 18:15 – Free!). OUAGA GIRLS + PANEL DISCUSSION presented by Women Of Colour Film Club + Last Frame at CentrE17 (13 MAY 17:30). SINK + Q&A with director Mark Gillis & Lewisham MP, Vicky Foxcroft at Curzon Goldsmiths (13 MAY 13:30). THE THREEPENNY OPERA 35mm at BFI (13 MAY 15:20).
FILM & FOOD CLUB: LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE with dinner/discussion at The Refreshment Rooms + film at Peckhamplex (14 MAY 19:00):
- A new partnership between Peckhamplex and The Refreshment Rooms to take place on the second Monday of the month. Food then film then discussion over coffee.
KINO CABARET + Q&A at The Institute Of Light (14 MAY 20:00):
- Short Sighted Cinema presents an evening of “bold and beautiful short films that explore the traditions of performance and storytelling with a cinematic quest into dark humour, funny fables and cautionary tales you won’t want to forget!” Followed by an industry networking event.
UNDER MILK WOOD + TALK + CHOIR at Genesis Cinema (14 MAY 18:45):
- Celebrate International Dylan Thomas day with a special screening of Kevin Allen’s UNDER MILK WOOD. Trefor Ellis, the son-in-law of Dylan Thomas, will give a talk and recite sketches from UNDER MILK WOOD before the screening, and Borough Welsh Choir will perform music from the Eli Jenkins Prayer for the closing credits.
More films in London today (A – Z): DEAF AWARENESS WEEK: SHORT FILM SHOWCASE HOH subtitled at Picturehouse Central (14 MAY 18:30 – other Picturehouses available!). DISTANT SKY: NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS LIVE IN COPENHAGEN at Genesis Cinema (14 MAY 21:00). GHOSTBUSTERS (1984) at Rooftop Film Club, Shoreditch (14 MAY 21:00). KILLER JOE at The Prince Charles (14 MAY 20:45). TAKE TWO: KISS ME DEADLY at Close-Up (14 MAY 19:30) to be followed tomorrow by REPO MAN (15 MAY 20:30). WALK WITH ME + Q&A with director Marc J Francis & 3 of the monks who reside in the monastery featured in the film at Regent Street Cinema (14 MAY 17:00). WALK WITH ME at Deptford Cinema (14 MAY 20:00).
A CAMBODIAN SPRING + Q&A director Chris Kelly, the Venerable Sovath (featured in the film) & investigative journalist Juliana Ruhfus at Fontline Club (15 MAY 19:00):
- An intimate and unique portrait of three people caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Shot over 6 years, the film charts the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’ and the tragic events that followed.
BRIGHTON: SYMPHONY OF A CITY + Q&A with director Lizzie Thynne & composer Ed Hughes at Deptford Cinema (15 MAY 19:00):
- This modern take on the ‘city symphony’ is a striking portrait of Brighton in all its campaigning and bohemian glory set to a sumptuous orchestral score. Bohemian and activist pasts and presents cross-fade; the everyday and the carnivalesque are thrown into relief by the textures, rhythms and tones of music and montage.
THE GRIFTERS 35mm + Q&A with director Stephen Frears, DoP Oliver Stapleton & editor Mick Audsley at The Prince Charles (15 MAY 18:15):
- When small-time cheat Roy Dillon (John Cusack) winds up in hospital following an unsuccessful scam, it sets up a confrontation between his estranged mother Lilly (Anjelica Huston) and alluring girlfriend Myra (Annette Bening). Both Lilly and Myra are con artists playing the game in a league far above Roy, and always looking for their next victim. As Roy finds himself caught in a complicated web of passion and mistrust, the question is who’s conning who?
More films in London today (A – Z): 99 RIVER STREET presented by Kennington Noir at The Cinema Museum (16 MAY 19:30). THE DEMINER at Picturehouse Central (15 MAY 18:30 – other Picturehouses available!). THE INSIDE MAN 35mm at The Prince Charles (15 MAY 20:45). THE NILE HILTON INCIDENT at The David Lean Cinema (15 MAY 19:30). REQUIEM FOR A DREAM at Rooftop Film Club, Shoreditch (15 MAY 21:00). TAKE TWO: REPO MAN at Close-Up (15 MAY 20:30) following KISS ME DEADLY (as above). TRUE ROMANCE at Rooftop Film Club, Stratford (15 MAY 20:45). THE VIRGIN SUICIDES presented by Rich Flix Film Club at Rich Mix (15 MAY 18:30).
Haley Fohr of Circuit des Yeux: SALOMÉ at Barbican (16 MAY 20:45):
- Haley Fohr of experimental Folk project Circuit des Yeux performs an original soundtrack to the 1923’s Salomé, the sultry silent adaptation of Oscar Wilde – one of the first art films ever made.
IT’S KIND OF A FUNNY STORY at Screen25 (16 MAY 19:45):
- Join Screen25 during Mental Health Awareness Week for a special screening of IT’S KIND OF A FUNNY STORY, in partnership with Off The Record and Young People Insight (YPI). “Poignant and life-affirming, this 2010 hit comedy confronts preconceptions about mental health and explores the reality of depression through the eyes of a 16-year-old.”
GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 + INTRO by Lucy Bolton at BFI Southbank (16 MAY 18:20):
- A musical from and for the Great Depression. The plot (such as it is) sees songwriter Brad Roberts (Powell) defy his rich family in courting chorine Polly (Keeler); meanwhile Al Dubin and Harry Warren’s songs and Busby Berkeley’s weird, wonderful and suggestive choreography boast a dollars-clad Rogers singing ‘We’re in the Money’ and a bleak parade of jobless ex-soldiers trudging through ‘My Forgotten Man.’
More films in London today (A – Z): 42ND STREET at Regent Street Cinema (16 MAY 12:00 & 15:30). 99 RIVER STREET presented by Kennington Noir at The Cinema Museum (16 MAY 19:30). FINDING CAMILLE + Q&A with director Bindu de Stoppani at Kino Bermondsey (16 MAY 20:30). MY FREIND DAHMER previews at BFI (16 MAY 18:30). MOONSTRUCK 35mm at The Prince Charles (16 MAY 20:45). NOTHING BUT A MAN at BFI (16 MAY 20:35). TAMPOPO at The Prince Charles (16 MAY 18:00).
A CAMBODIAN SPRING + Q&A with director Chris Kelly & Venerable Sovath (featured in the film) at Curzon Soho (17 MAY 18:15):
- An intimate and unique portrait of three people caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern-day Cambodia. Shot over 6 years, the film charts the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’ and the tragic events that followed. Composer James Holden will play a DJ set in the bar after the screening.
DER ROSENKAVALIER + LIVE ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT by the Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightenment at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre (17 MAY 19:00):
- This painstakingly restored silent film version of Strauss’ opera captures the subtleties of the opera’s comedy, and is accompanied by a live orchestra playing the music Strauss himself wrote for the film, which he conducted at the Tivoli Theatre on The Strand at the film’s London premiere.
HIGH FIDELITY 35mm + Q&A with Nick Hornby at Genesis Cinema (17 MAY 21:00):
- Genesis & MATTERS OF VINYL IMPORTANCE present a special presentation of HIGH FIDELITY followed by a Q&A with award winning author NICK HORNBY to raise funds for local charity, the Ministry of Stories. There will be a pop up shop selling records, merchandise and monster supplies. Send questions to: email@example.com.
More films in London today (A – Z): THE BREADWINNER previews at BFI (17 MAY 18:10). GREEN DAYS BY THE RIVER + INTRO with exec producer Timothy Mooleedhar at Lexi Cinema (17 MAY 20:50). INTERSTELLAR 70mm at The Prince Charles (17 MAY 20:15). ON CHESIL BEACH + Q&A with director Dominic Cooke at Everyman Belsize Park (17 MAY 18:30). ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING at Genesis Cinema (17 MAY 21:00). POINT BLANK 35mm at BFI (17 MAY 18:15). SCARFACE (1932) at BFI (17 MAY 20:30). SINK + Q&A with director Mark Gillis at Deptford Cinema (17 MAY 20:00). WHITE HEAT (1949) 35mm at The Prince Charles (17 MAY 18:15 – £1 for PCC Members).
MUSEUM SHOWS PART 1
SEASONS (by event/venue)
ANIMATION 2018 at BFI Southbank (all year):
- Turning its focus to ‘JAPANIMATION’, the BFI’s celebration of frame-by-frame motion continues with: PRINCESS MONONOKE (12 MAY 12:30). The headline attraction is the 30th anniversary screening of AKIRA on BFI’s very big screen: AKIRA (14 MAY 18:15, BFI IMAX). Stay seated in the big room for YOUR NAME (14 MAY 20:50, BFI IMAX).
CLOSE-UP ON JEAN-LUC GODARD at Close-Up (04 to 25 MAY):
- “A pioneer of the French new wave, Jean-Luc Godard has had an incalculable effect on modern cinema that refuses to wane.” This week: VIVRE SA VIE (11 MAY 19:30).
CLOSE-UP ON PIER PAOLO PASOLINI at Close-Up (03 to 29 MAY):
- “Celebrated the world over as one of the central figures of the postwar Italian cinema, Pier Paolo Pasolini is recognized in his native land as arguably the most important Italian artist and intellectual of the twentieth century.” – Harvard Film Archive. Films include: LOVE MEETINGS (13 MAY 18:00); and, ACCATTONE (13 MAY 20:00 & 17 MAY 19:30).
CYBERPUNK ANIME at House Of Vans (06 to 25 MAY):
- A series showing “the best of the best in CyberPunk Anime”. Free entry – no booking required: GHOST IN THE SHELL (12 MAY 15:00 & 17:30); ROBOT CARNIVAL (13 MAY 14:00 & 16:00); and, NINJA SCROLL (17 MAY 17:00 & 19:00).
FEMALE GAZE at Deptford Cinema (until 21 JUN):
- The F-Rated season curated by Women In Film SE15 continues with: DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST (13 MAY 14:30).
JUST THE TWO OF US? at Classic Cinema Club – Ealing (04 MAY to 29 JUN):
- “Couples, love triangles, friends, doppelgängers”: THE WEDDING BANQUET (11 MAY 19:30).
LOST IN AMERICA: THE OTHER SIDE OF REAGAN’S 80s at BFI Southbank (MAY):
- A season of films revealing “the real 80s America” continues with: MIKE’S MURDER 35mm (11 MAY 18:15); SMOOTH TALK 35mm (11 MAY 20:50); CHOOSE ME (12 MAY 15:50); STREETWISE (13 MAY 17:50); SOMETHING WILD 35mm (13 MAY 20:00); and, CROSSING DELANCEY 35mm (17 MAY 20:45).
MAY ’68 AND ITS LEGACIES at Ciné Lumière (04 to 23 MAY):
- A season looking at 50 years of creation and ideas stimulated by the motto “Power to the Imagination”: Godard biopic REDOUBTABLE gets a grind show run (11 to 23 MAY); and, LE CHARME DISCRET DE LA BOURGEOISIE + INTRO by Nick Walker (13 MAY 14:00).
- ROLAND BARTHES: TELEVISION DEGREE ZERO + INTRO (16 MAY 18:30) is part of Radical Broadcasts: Theory On TV, curated by Matthew Harle and Colm McAuliffe, in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery and Verso Books.
READY PLAYER ONE SEASON at Picturehouse Central (09 APR to 15 MAY):
- A season of retro sci-fi classics referenced in Ernest Cline’s pop-cultural odyssey. Films include: BLADE RUNNER: THE FINAL CUT (14 MAY 18:20). Other Picturehouses available.
TRIBUTE TO GASTON LEROUX at Ciné Lumière (15 to 27 MAY):
- A short season celebrating Gaston Leroux’s 150th birthday: DOUBLE BILL: TALK: THE PHANTOM ON FILM (15 MAY 20:00) + PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE (15 MAY 20:50). Part of Beyond Words festival of French literature (14 to 21 MAY).
UPRISING: THE SPIRIT OF ’68 at BFI Southbank (MAY):
- “The revolution will be projected!” A season of films embodying the defiant, outspoken spirit of ’68 includes: MR FREEDOM 35mm (12 MAY 18:10); ANTONIO DAS MORTES 35mm (12 MAY 20:40); THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS (13 MAY 14:30); THE HOUR OF THE FURNACES 16mm (13 MAY 17:20); and, WR: MYSTERIES OF THE ORGANISM 35mm (16 MAY 20:50).
- Godard biopic REDOUBTABLE gets a grind show run (11 to 24 MAY).
- African Odysseys features THE YOUNG KARL MARX + DISCUSSION (12 MAY 14:00).
#WOMENINFILM2018 at Genesis Cinema (all year):
- Films that have: a female director/co-director, a female writer/co-writer, or a strong/iconic female lead: WESTERN (13 MAY 14:45).
YOUTH ON THE MARCH! at Regent Street Cinema (02 MAY to 27 JUN):
- Kino Klassika Foundation’s new season dedicated to the rise of the Soviet New Wave continues with: LONG GOODBYE (17 MAY 19:30).
MUSEUM SHOWS PART 2
FILM FESTIVALS (by date/duration)
Festivals projecting this week include:
- Herne Hill Free Film Festival (01 MAY to 01 JUN)
- SERET: London Israeli Film & Television Festival (06 to 17 MAY)
- London Greek Film Festival (07 to 12 MAY)
- Everyman Music Film Festival (07 to 31 MAY)
- Cheap Cuts Short Documentary Film Festival (17 to 20 MAY)
REGULAR RUNS & MAINSTREAM MARVELS (by title)
THE CURED at The Prince Charles (13 to 17 MAY):
- First time director David Freyne shows there’s plenty of life in the undead yet with a startling new horror film. THE CURED dares to ask: what would the return to normal life be like after a zombie outbreak has been tamed? What follows is a ruthless study of a society still in free fall as one terror is rapidly replaced by another. Human nature, it seems, is our own worst enemy.
- Read our RADIANT CIRCUS writeup from last year’s London Film Festival.
THE POETESS at DocHouse (11 to 17 MAY):
- In 2010, Saudi Arabian writer and activist Hissa Hilal did something unimaginable – she starred in the Arab World’s biggest televised live poetry competition. Storming through the rounds, and becoming progressively more political in her critique of religious extremism and her patriarchal society, Hilal became the first woman to reach the show’s final.
REVENGE at ArtHouse Crouch End (11 to 17 MAY):
- Left for dead by her boyfriend and his alpha-male friends in the remote desert, Jen rises like a phoenix to enact the bloodiest revenge possible. First-time director Coralie Fargeat has conjured a masterpiece so gruesome that paramedics had to attend to one audience member at its Toronto International Film Festival premiere.
- Also at Barbican (11 to 17 MAY) and Rio Cinema (11 to 17 MAY).
More films in London this week (A to Z – click for dates/times): ANON at Rio Cinema (11 to 17 MAY). ENTEBBE at Phoenix Cinema (11 to 17 MAY). A FANTASTIC WOMAN at Whirled Cinema (14 to 20 MAY). HOW TO TALK TO GIRLS AT PARTIES at Picturehouse Central (11 to 17 MAY – other Picturehouses available!). MANSFIELD 66/67 at ICA (11 to 17 MAY) and Rio Cinema (11 to 17 MAY). SHADOW WORLD at DocHouse (11 to 17 MAY). THE WILD BOYS at ICA (11 to 17 MAY).
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Featured image: THE WILD BOYS at ICA (11 to 17 MAY).