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THURSDAY: What’s on in London today [13/01/22]

THURSDAY 13 JANUARY 2022 (A–Z) // What’s on in London today across DIY, indie & alternative cinema including one-off screen events, film seasons, film festivals & our selection of new releases.

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


The Cinema of Edward Owens (13 JAN 18:15) / Part of EXPERIMENTS IN FILM at Barbican.

“Working in the late 60s, Edward Owens created a series of films which were largely forgotten until re-discovery in 2009. This is the first chance to see all four of Owens’ films together in the UK. As a queer African American filmmaker, working in the 60s, his films are rare examples of a Black queer voice and viewing them over five decades after they were created, they remain fascinating, fleeting glimpses of an artist whom, by 1970, would leave New York, leave film behind and remain largely forgotten, until rediscovery by curator Ed Halter in 2009, two months before he would pass away aged 60.”


THURSDAY 13 JAN


BIG SCREEN CLASSICS: THE FILMS IN TRUFFAUT’S LIFE at BFI Southbank

BLACK & WHITE MOVIES at The Prince Charles

EXPERIMENTS IN FILM at Barbican 

FRANÇOIS TRUFFAUT: FOR THE LOVE OF FILMS at BFI Southbank

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): The Antoine Doinel cycle: BED AND BOARD 4K aka Domicile Conjugal d. François Truffaut, 1970 (13 JAN 20:45).

HUMAN RESOURCES at Close-Up

  • Includes (check venue for listings): ARAYA d. Margot Benacerraf, 1959 (13 JAN 20:15 – rearranged from 03 DEC 2021).
  • Curated by Ryan NineslingPresented in partnership with the National Film & Television School.

JULIA DUCOURNAU at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): TITANE d. Julia Ducournau, 2021 (until 13 JAN); RAW d. Julia Ducournau, 2016 (13 JAN 18:00).

STUDIO GHIBLI FOREVER at The Prince Charles

THE WORLD OF WONG KAR WAI at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for listings): HAPPY TOGETHER d. Wong Kar Wai, 1997 (until 13 JAN).

COMING SOON!


THE 400 BLOWS aka Les Quatre cents coups d. François Truffaut, 1959.

AILEY d. Jamila Wignot, 2021.

BOILING POINT d. Philip Barantini, 2020.



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