THE LITTLE MERMAID aka Malá mořská víla d. Karel Kachyňa, 1976 + After Party, presented by Double Wonderful at Poster Hauss (30 JUN 19:30).

THE BALLY #208: What to see in London this week [30 JUN to 06 JUL 2023]

Welcome to THE BALLY, our weekly edit of what to see in London this week across DIY, indie & alternative cinema events, outdoors & in venues.

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Token Homo’s BAR TRASH presents a summer season of MONSTER MAYHEM! at Genesis Cinema + Rule Zero – Booking Now!!

THE LITTLE MERMAID aka Malá mořská víla d. Karel Kachyňa, 1976 + After Party, presented by Double Wonderful at Poster Hauss (30 JUN 19:30).

“Forget the multiplex and plunge into the world of Hans-Christian Anderson at our next screening of THE LITTLE MERMAID (Malá mořská víla).”

“Expect seaside castles, hunky shipwrecked princes, and some of the best underwater photography to bathe your eyes in when you see Karel Kachyňa’s award winning adaptation projected. Want another one? We’ll be pairing this screening with a special short film before the screening. After the screening there will be an afterparty.” (Double Wonderful)

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THE OUTSIDERS d. Francis Ford Coppela, 1983 + Vinyl set by DJ Vadim Kosmos before the film, presented outdoors by Rebel Reel Cine Club at Woodberry Wetlands Nature Reserve, Stoke Newington (30 JUN 21:00).


SPRING, SUMMER, FALL, WINTER… AND SPRING aka Bom yeoreum gaeul gyeoul geurigo bom d. Kim Ki-duk, 2003 presented by The Machine Operated Film Club at Reference Point (01 JUL 19:00).


GOLDEN GATE GIRLS: 10th Anniversary d. S. Louisa Wei, 2013 + Q&A with the director, presented by Queer East x Sine Screen at Genesis Cinema (02 JUL 18:00).


DOWN TERRACE d. Ben Wheatley, 2009 + Short: THE RILEY SISTERS d. Julia Jackman + Q&A with the directors, presented by First Film Club at The Ritzy (03 JUL 19:15).


Science On Screen: THEM! d. Gordon Douglas, 1954 + Talk by Professor Sarah Hart at Barbican (04 JUL 18:15).


Double Bill: SHARK SKIN MAN & PEACH HIP GIRL + PARTY 7 d. Katsuhito Ishii, 1998 + 2000 + Q&A with the director at The Prince Charles (05 JUL 18:00).


Woman With A Movie Camera: THE APPLE 35mm d. Samira Makhmalbaf, 1998 + Intro by Programmer Jelena Milosavljevic at BFI Southbank (06 JUL 18:10).

Full daily listings in this week’s SCREEN GUIDE.

THE BLAZING SUN aka Seraa Fil Wadi d. Youssef Chahine, 1954.


More seasons listed in this week’s SCREEN GUIDE.

THE LADY VANISHES d. Alfred Hitchcock, 1938.


HELLO BOOKSTORE dir A.B. Zax, 2023

Various venues, inc: ActOne Cinema / Bertha DocHouse / The Castle Cinema

LA SYNDICALISTE dir Jean-Paul Salomé, 2023

Various venues, inc: ArtHouse Crouch End / Ciné Lumière / Curzon Cinemas / ICA / JW3 / Olympic Studios / Picturehouse Cinemas

MOTHER AND SON dir Léonor Serraille, 2023

Various venues, inc: Barbican / The Castle Cinema / Chiswick Cinema / Ciné Lumière / Curzon Cinemas / ICA / Picturehouse Cinemas / Rio Cinema

More new releases in this week’s SCREEN GUIDE.

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