THIS WEEK

SCREEN GUIDE: What’s on in London this week [25 FEB to 03 MAR 2022]

Our RADIANT CIRCUS guide to what’s on in London this week across DIY, indie & alternative cinema, including one-off screen events, film seasons, film festivals & new releases.

By RADIANT CIRCUS // Twitter @radiantcircus / Instagram @radiantcircus

Book now for FRANKENSTEIN, the first of our Queer Horror Nights at The Castle (27 FEB).


Welcome to another screen week. There’s a lot going on…

In venue news, the opening programme at new indie The Garden Cinema (from 26 MAR) is starting to appear with, amongst other delights, seasons celebrating Marlon Brando and Soviet Cinema. In what must be a relief to the owners, Tower Hamlets Council has been ordered to pay Genesis Cinema‘s considerable legal fees after a “botched prosecution” for alleged breaches of the now-abandoned COVID regs.

We switch from one month to the next mid-week, so prepare to be entertained by the sight of new seasons coming into focus. BFI launches THE CAMERA IS OURS: BRITAIN’S WOMEN DOCUMENTARY MAKERS and transitions their regular big screen classics strand into an examination of the art of PUTTING ON A SHOWOTHER MODERNISMS, OTHER FUTURES: GLOBAL ART CINEMA 1960-80 opens at Barbican whilst OSCAR & BAFTA NOMINEES at The Prince Charles and REWARDING DOCS at Bertha DocHouse focus on the race for success. Along similar lines, but not listed here, you can also enjoy IN THE RACE FOR THE OSCARS at Genesis Cinema and AWARDS SEASON at Everyman. 

I’ve spotted three film festivals this week, Cinema Made in Italy at Ciné Lumière (03 to 07 MAR), and the Glasgow Film Festival which gets a few screenings at venues across town (02 to 13 MAR). Kendal Mountain Film Festival Tour gets another outing, this week at Rio Cinema (03 MAR).

In special events, Stow Film Lounge starts your screen week with a tribute screening of Peter Bogdanovich’s WHAT’S UP, DOC? at Creative Works E17 (25 FEB). On Saturday, 888 Films returns with a subtitled screening of Joe Wright’s CYRANO followed by a Q&A with Fats Timbo and Club Night with DEAF RAVE at Picturehouse Stratford, whilst Exploding Cinema takes over The Cinema Museum for another wild night of projections (both 26 FEB). We Are Parable are back with a Q&A screening of Cherish Oteka’s short THE BLACK COP at Rich Mix (27 FEB) as part of their national touring TESTIMONIES programme about Black British women and non-binary documentary filmmakers. On the same day, Club des Femmes screen more of the Hackney Archive with SOMEWHERE IN HACKNEY at Rio Cinema, and Highgate Film Society projects Mike Leigh’s TOPSY-TURVYat the Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution (both 27 FEB). 

The Batty Mama will brighten up your Monday with LORRAINE HANSBERRY: SIGHTED EYES/FEELING HEARTS at Stanley Arts, and Korean Film Nights from London Korean Film Festival return with AN EXPERIENCE TO DIE FOR at Genesis (both 28 FEB). Barbican presents a 30th Anniversary screening of “landmark gay sex ed documentary” THE GAY MAN’S GUIDE TO SAFER SEX with Terrence Higgins Trust, and Tufnell Park Film Club continues their wonderfully eclectic programme at The Lord Palmerston with Roger Corman’s THE RAVEN (both 01 MAR). You might also still be able to get tickets for Jane Campion’s intro for THE POWER OF THE DOG  at Everyman Screen On The Green… Wednesday’s highlight is Rebel Reel Cine Club’s special presentation of WHO ARE YOU, POLLY MAGGOO? at Rio Cinema, complete with an Anti-Fashion Fashion Show in which you’re invited to be the star (02 MAR). Then, round off your screen week with a special #ReclaimTheFrame presentation of Clio Barnard’s ALI & AVA plus Q&A at Barbican, or enjoy Mila Araoz Ellis’s short FILMS OF FURY, the winner of the Critics Choice Award at the EFN Short Film Festival, when it screens before STUDIO 666 at Genesis (03 MAR).

I’ve chosen as my pick of this week’s new releases, the 4K Restoration of Francis Ford Coppola’s THE GODFATHER which gets a pick ‘n’ mix of engagements across town (check your fave venue for dates and times!), Fred Baillif’s LA MIF (aka The Fam), and Max Currie’s RŪRANGI. Both CYRANO and THE DUKE get extensive releases, so you probably won’t need my help to find a screening near you…

Now, I wasn’t planning on choosing an event I’m involved as my Featured Attraction of the Week. But then, stuff happens… We could never have imagined when programming FRANKENSTEIN – a film made in the nightmare shadows of one world war and standing in opposition to the fascist beliefs that would lead to a second – that we would be screening it in the context of further war in Europe. As we watch James Whale’s haunting appeal for compassion with our audience on Sunday at The Castle Cinema, we will do so in solidarity with everyone who stands for peace, and mourn all loss and suffering at the hands of tyranny and oppression.

See also Ciné Lumière’s screening of THE GREAT DICTATOR on the same day (27 FEB). 

See you in the darkness, and please stay safe.

Richard // RADIANT CIRCUS


Queer Horror Nights: FRANKENSTEIN d. James Whale, 1931 + Intro & Bar Social co-hosted by Token Homo & Last Frame Club at The Castle Cinema (27 FEB 17:00).

Queer Horror Nights is a new film club devoted to screening queer, cult and classic horror cinema in London. We start in LGBT History Month with “The Daddy of all monster movies”, James Whale’s 1931 film, FRANKENSTEIN. One of the most subversive horror films of all time, Whale’s macabre masterpiece was brutally censored for almost 50 years and only partially restored in 1985, reviving its revolutionary message. We are proud to present this powerful “allegory of social exclusion” and “the first great American horror film” as the first of our Queer Horror Nights and the launch of our Q-RATED! season.”


FRIDAY 25 FEB

  • CITY LIGHTS d. Charlie Chaplin, 1931 at Ciné Lumière (25 FEB 15:45 / 26 FEB 13:30 / 28 FEB 18:20).
  • CODA d. Siân Heder, 2021 at Barbican (25 FEB 20:40 / 26 FEB 14:00 & 20:40 / 27 FEB 17:50).
  • F@CK THIS JOB d. Vera Krichevskaya, 2022 + Q&A with the director & Natalia Sindeeva (Founder of Dozhd TV) at Picturehouse Central (25 FEB 18:15).
  • KING RICHARD d. Reinaldo Marcus Green, 2021 + Q&A with Charmaine Simpson (Black History Studies) presented by Newham Community Cinema at Stratford Library (25 FEB 17:00 – FREE!).
  • World Premiere: UNIQUE d. Tupac Martir, 2022 at BFI Southbank (25 FEB 19:00 & 20:30).
  • VIVOS d. Ai Weiwei, 2019 + Zoom Q&A with producer Daniela Alatorre at Bertha DocHouse (25 FEB 18:10). The film enjoys a regular run at the same venue.
  • WHAT’S UP, DOC? d, Peter Bogdanovich, 1972 + Q&A with Travis Elborough presented by Stow Film lounge at Creative Works E17 (25 FEB 20:00).

SATURDAY 26 FEB

  • CITY LIGHTS d. Charlie Chaplin, 1931 at Ciné Lumière (26 FEB 13:30 / 28 FEB 18:20).
  • CODA d. Siân Heder, 2021 at Barbican (26 FEB 14:00 & 20:40 / 27 FEB 17:50).
  • CYRANO d. Joe Wright, 2021 with subtitles + Q&A with Fats Timbo + Refreshments + Club Night in the Upstairs Bar with DEAF RAVE presented by 888 Films at Picturehouse Stratford (26 FEB 18:00+).
  • Exploding Cinema short film programme at The Cinema museum (26 FEB 19:30).
  • IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT d. Norman Jewison, 1967 at Picturehouse Central (26 FEB 16:30).
  • PARALLEL MOTHERS d. Pedro Almodóvar, 2021 at The David Lean (26 FEB 14:00).
  • REGIS – LET THE NIGHT RETURN d. Vasileios Trigkas, 2021 + Exhibition of photographs & ephemera at The Horse Hospital (26 FEB 13:00, 15:30, 18:00 & 20:30).

ONLINE

  • French Impressions: GAGARINE d. Fanny Liatard & Jérémy Trouilh, 2020 – online discussion with Jon Davies at Watermans (26 FEB 14:30 – Watch film beforehand).

SUNDAY 27 FEB

  • THE BLACK COP d. Cherish Oteka, 2021 + Q&A with the director presented by We Are Parable & Aya Films at Rich Mix (27 FEB 17:30).
  • BURDEN OF DREAMS 16mm d. Les Blank, 1982 presented by Ciné-Real 16mm Film Club at The Castle Cinema (27 FEB 13:30).
  • CODA d. Siân Heder, 2021 at Barbican (27 FEB 17:50).
  • The Cyclist Film Show archive film programme at Phoenix Cinema (27 FEB 13:00).
  • FRANKENSTEIN d. James Whale, 1931 presented by Queer Horror Nights at The Castle Cinema (27 FEB 17:00).
  • F@CK THIS JOB d. Vera Krichevskaya, 2022 + Q&A with the director & Natalia Sindeeva (Founder of Dozhd TV) at Picturehouse Ritzy + Finsbury Park (27 FEB 15:00 + 18:00).
  • THE GREAT DICTATOR d. Charles Chaplin, 1940 at Ciné Lumière (27 FEB 19:50).
  • HAPPINESS d. Todd Solondz, 1998 presented by Deeper Into Movies at Moth Club (27 FEB 19:30).
  • KONIEC ŚWIATA CZYLI KOGEL MOGEL 4 d. Anna Wieczur-Bluszcz, 2022 at Watermans (27 FEB 16:00 / 01 MAR 19:00 / 03 MAR 13:00).
  • PANDORA & THE FLYING DUTCHMAN d. Albert Lewin, 1951 at Riverside Studios (27 FEB 14:00).
  • PETROV’S FLU d. Kirill Serebrennikov, 2021 + Recorded Q&A with the director at Genesis Cinema (27 FEB 14:00).
  • SOMEWHERE IN HACKNEY archive film programme + Q&A with Selina Robertson & guests presented by Club Des Femmes and Hackney Archives at The Rio Cinema (27 FEB 15:30).
  • SOUTH d. Frank Hurley, 1919 at Olympic Studios (27 FEB 11:00 / 01 MAR 17:00).
  • TOPSY-TURVY d. Mike Leigh, 1999 + Intro by musical theatre historian. Jim Stebbings presented by Highgate Film Society at Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution (27 FEB 14:00).
  • Never On A Sunday: VIDA EN SOMBRAS d. Llorenç Llobet Gràcia, 1948 + Intro by Ehsan Khoshbakht at Close-Up (27 FEB 20:15).

MONDAY 28 FEB

TUESDAY 01 MAR

  • ALI & AVA d. Clio Barnard, 2021 at Picturehouse Cinemas (01 MAR various).
  • Projecting the Archive: A QUESTION OF ADULTERY 35mm d. Don Chaffey, 1958 + intro by BFI Curator Josephine Botting at BFI Southbank (01 MAR 18:20).
  • BANG POW BOF! programme of animated shorts + quiz at Genesis Cinema (01 MAR 19:00 – FREE!).
  • BOILING POINT d. Philip Barantini, 2021 at The David Lean (01 MAR 19:30).
  • THE GAY MAN’S GUIDE TO SAFER SEX: 30th Anniversary d. David Lewis, 1992 + Q&A with Producer Tony Carne & Terrence Higgins Trust Campaigns Director, Richard Angell at Barbican (01 MAR 18:30).
  • HOUSE OF GUCCI d. Ridley Scott, 2021 at Whirled Cinema (01 MAR 20:00 / 02 MAR 20:00 / 06 MAR 17:00).
  • KONIEC ŚWIATA CZYLI KOGEL MOGEL 4 d. Anna Wieczur-Bluszcz, 2022 at Watermans (01 MAR 19:00 / 03 MAR 13:00).
  • PAPER & GLUE d. JR, 2021 + Recorded Q&A with the director at BFI Southbank (01 MAR 18:00).
  • THE POWER OF THE DOG d. Jane Campion, 2021 + Q&A with the director & Noah Baumbach at BFI Southbank (01 MAR 19:15).
  • THE POWER OF THE DOG d. Jane Campion, 2021 + Intro by the director at Everyman Screen On The Green (01 MAR 19:45).
  • THE RAVEN d. Roger Corman, 1963 presented by Tufnell Park Film Club at The Lord Palmerston (01 MAR 20:00).
  • SOUTH d. Frank Hurley, 1919 at Olympic Studios (01 MAR 17:00).

ONLINE

WEDNESDAY 02 MAR

  • BELFAST d. Kenneth Branagh, 2021 at The David Lean (02 MAR 19:30 / 03 MAR 14:30 & 19:30).
  • HOUSE OF GUCCI d. Ridley Scott, 2021 at Whirled Cinema (02 MAR 20:00 / 06 MAR 17:00).
  • POWER TO CHANGE d. Wendy Lewis + Q&A with the director & participants at Arthouse Crouch End (02 MAR 20:30).
  • REBEL DREAD d. William E Badgley, 2020 + Q&A with Don Letts at Picturehouse Ritzy (02 MAR 18:30).
  • THEEB d. Naji Abu Nowar, 2014 presented by Leytonstone Pop-Up Cinema at Leytonstone Library (02 MAR 19:45).
  • WHO ARE YOU, POLLY MAGGOO? aka Qui êtes-vous, Polly Maggoo? d. William Klein, 1966 + Intro by Julie Verhoeven & Music from DJ Jonny Trunk presented by Rebel Reel Cine Club at Rio Cinema (02 MAR 18:00).

THURSDAY 03 MAR

  • #ReclaimTheFrame Preview: ALI & AVA d. Clio Barnard, 2021 + Q&A with actor Claire Rushbrook, producer Tracy O’Riordan & co-producer Ameenah Ayub Allen at Barbican (03 MAR 20:20).
  • BELFAST d. Kenneth Branagh, 2021 at The David Lean (03 MAR 14:30 & 19:30).
  • HOSTILE d. Sonita Gale, 2022 + Q&A with the director at Picturehouse Stratford (03 MAR 20:00).
  • KONIEC ŚWIATA CZYLI KOGEL MOGEL 4 d. Anna Wieczur-Bluszcz, 2022 at Watermans (03 MAR 13:00).
  • REBEL DREAD d. William E Badgley, 2020 + Q&A with Don Letts at BFI Southbank (03 MAR 18:00).
  • STUDIO 666 d. BJ McDonnell, 2022 + Short: FILMS OF FURY d. Mila Araoz Ellis – Critics Choice Winner Film at EFN Short Film Festival at Genesis Cinema (03 MAR 21:10).
  • TO SIR, WITH LOVE d. James Clavell, 1966 + Extend intro by Shani Glover (Young Black Teacher’s Network) at Picturehouse Ritzy (03 MAR 18:30).

35MM PRESENTATIONS at The Prince Charles

007 SEASON at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE 4K d. Lewis Gilbert, 1967 (26 FEB 14:45 / 03 MAR 15:30).

1982 SEASON at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings)THE DARK CRYSTAL 4K d. Jim Henson & Frank Oz, 1982 (27 FEB 15:00).

THE ABC OF ASTA NIELSEN at BFI Southbank

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): TOWARDS THE LIGHT 35mm aka Mod Lyset + ASTA NIELSEN d. Holger-Madsen, 1919 + d. Asta Nielsen, 1968 + Live piano accompaniment by Cyrus Gabrysch (27 FEB 15:50); IN THE EYES OF THE LAW 35mm aka Nach dem Gesetz d. Willy Grunwald, 1919 + Live piano accompaniment by Costas Fotopoulos (01 MAR 20:50 / 07 MAR 18:15 – Piano by Stephen Horne); HAMLET d. Sven Gade, 1921 + Live piano accompaniment by Cyrus Gabrysch (02 MAR 18:15).

ANIME at The Prince Charles

BIG SCREEN CLASSICS: LGBT HISTORY MONTH at BFI Southbank

BIG SCREEN CLASSICS: PUTTING ON A SHOW at BFI Southbank

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): LE MÉPRIS aka Contempt d. Jean-Luc Godard, 1963 (01 MAR 18:15 / 08 MAR 20:50 / 12 MAR 20:50); 42ND STREET d. Lloyd Bacon, 1933 (02 MAR 18:00); CABARET 35mm d. Bob Fosse, 1972 (03 MAR 20:40 / 12 MAR 18:15).

BLACK & WHITE MOVIES at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): BELFAST d. Kenneth Branagh, 2021 (25 FEB 12:15 / 27 FEB 17:40 / 28 FEB 12:15 / 02 MAR 13:00 – 4K); MY MAN GODFREY d. Gregory La Cava, 1936 (26 FEB 12:30); THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH d. Joel Coen, 2021 (27 FEB 12:15 / 28 FEB 12:30 – 4K / 02 MAR 15:35 / 03 MAR 18:25); THE CRANES ARE FLYING d. Mikhail Kalatozov, 1957 (01 MAR 18:15).

THE CAMERA IS OURS: BRITAIN’S WOMEN DOCUMENTARY MAKERS at BFI Southbank

CHER ON SCREEN at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): MOONSTRUCK 35mm d. Norman Jewison, 1987 (03 MAR 20:30).

DENIS VILLENEUVE: IN REVERSE at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): DUNE d. Denis Villeneuve, 2021 (27 FEB 20:00); ENEMY d. Denis Villeneuve, 2013 (03 MAR 18:15).

ESSENTIAL CINEMA at Close-Up

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): MEMORIA d. Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 2021 (25 FEB 20:00); FUNERAL PARADE OF ROSES d. Toshio Matsumoto, 1969 (26 FEB 18:00); THEOREM d. Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1968 (26 FEB 20:15); THE TURIN HORSE d. Béla Tarr, 2011 (27 FEB 17:30).

FASHION & CINEMA: THE ALLURE OF THE REBEL at Ciné Lumière

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): WOMAN OF THE YEAR d. George Stevens, 1942 + Intro by curator, writer and film historian Keith Lodwick (26 FEB 16:15); BULLITT d. Peter Yates, 1968 + Intro by Fashion & Cinema Director Joana Granero (27 FEB 17:00).

FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): THE GODFATHER 4K d. Francis Ford Coppola, 1972 (26 FEB 17:30 / 01 MAR 14:30 / 10 MAR 20:05).

FRANÇOIS TRUFFAUT: FOR THE LOVE OF FILMS at BFI Southbank

FRANÇOIS TRUFFAUT REVISITED at Ciné Lumière

INGMAR BERGMAN SELECTROSPECTIVE at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): WILD STRAWBERRIES d. Ingmar Bergman, 1957 (27 FEB 17:25).

LETTERBOXD HIGH RISERS at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): BELLY d. Hype Williams, 1999 (02 MAR 18:00).

MARTIN SCORSESE: DIRECTOR. WRITER. PRODUCER. ACTOR. at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for listings): GOODFELLAS 35mm d. Martin Scorsese, 1990 (25 FEB 20:40); SILENCE d. Martin Scorsese, 2016 (02 MAR 20:15).

MOVIE MARATHONS at The Prince Charles

NORA EPHRON at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): MY BLUE HEAVEN d. Herbert Ross, 1990 (01 MAR 18:30).

OSCAR & BAFTA NOMINEES at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for listings): BELFAST d. Kenneth Branagh, 2021 (25 FEB 12:15 / 27 FEB 17:40 / 28 FEB 12:15 / 02 MAR 13:00 – 4K); WEST SIDE STORY d. Steven Spielberg, 2021 (25 FEB 14:15 / 28 FEB 20:05); THE POWER OF THE DOG d. Jane Campion, 2021 (25 FEB 14:40 – 35mm / 27 FEB 14:45 – 35mm / 02 MAR 15:20 – 4K / 03 MAR 12:45 – 4K); LICORICE PIZZA 35mm & 70mm d. Paul Thomas Anderson, 2021 (until 19 MAR various); DRIVE MY CAR d. Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, 2021 (26 FEB 17:00 / 28 FEB 12:35 / 01 MAR 12:00 / 02 MAR 20:00 / 03 MAR 14:45); THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH d. Joel Coen, 2021 (27 FEB 12:15 / 28 FEB 12:30 – 4K / 02 MAR 15:35 / 03 MAR 18:25); DUNE d. Denis Villeneuve, 2021 (27 FEB 20:00).

OTHER MODERNISMS, OTHER FUTURES: GLOBAL ART CINEMA 1960-80 at Barbican

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): JULY RAIN d. Marlen Khutsiev, 1967 + Intro by Professor Ian Christie (03 MAR 18:00).

PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON 35MM LATE NIGHTS at Everyman Screen On The Green

  • Includes (check venue for listings): PHANTOM THREAD 35mm d. Paul Thomas Anderson, 2017 (26 FEB 22:00).

REWARDING DOCS at Bertha DocHouse

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): ASCENSION d. Jessica Kingdon, 2020 (until 01 MAR various); THE RESCUE d. Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi & Jimmy Chin, 2021 (25 FEB 21:00 / 02 MAR 15:50 – Free Online Q&A 01 MAR 18:30); WRITING WITH FIRE d. Rintu Thomas & Sushmit Ghosh, 2021 (26 FEB 15:30); SUMMER OF SOUL d. Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, 2021 (26 FEB 20:20 / 28 FEB 15:30 / 04 MAR 18:10); COW d. Andrea Arnold, 2021 (27 FEB 18:30 / 02 MAR 18:30 + Q&A with the director / 03 MAR 15:50);

SCREWBALL COMEDY at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): MY MAN GODFREY d. Gregory La Cava, 1936 (26 FEB 12:30).

SEEN & HEARD at BFI Southbank

STUDIO GHIBLI at Picturehouse Cinemas

STUDIO GHIBLI FOREVER at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for listings): PRINCESS MONONOKE d. Hayao Miyazaki, 1997 (27 FEB 12:00); SPIRITED AWAY d. Hayao Miyazaki, 2001 (01 MAR 20:30).

THREE FROM STEVE MCQUEEN at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for listings): WIDOWS d. Steve McQueen, 2018 (28 FEB 20:30).

TWO BY RYÛSUKE HAMAGUCHI at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for listings): DRIVE MY CAR d. Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, 2021 (26 FEB 17:00 / 28 FEB 12:35 / 01 MAR 12:00 / 02 MAR 20:00 / 03 MAR 14:45); WHEEL OF FORTUNE AND FANTASY d. Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, 2021 (02 MAR 12:45).

THE WORLD OF WONG KAR WAI at The Prince Charles



LA MIF aka The Fam d. Fred Baillif, 2021:

RŪRANGI d. Max Currie, 2020:


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