TUESDAY: What’s on in London today [08/03/22]

TUESDAY 08 MARCH 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

Experimenta: TICKET OF NO RETURN aka Bildnis einer Trinkerin d. Ulrike Ottinger, 1979 + Pre-recorded intro remembering Tabea Blumenschein with Ulrike Ottinger at BFI Southbank (08 MAR 18:00):

“Maven and muse of the West Berlin artistic underground, Tabea Blumenschein mesmerises in this extraordinary voyage of alcoholic descent directed by artist and major figure in the New German Cinema movement, Ulrike Ottinger. Ostentatiously dressed in bright, angular fashions, Blumenschein, as a nameless traveller, forms a close bond with a homeless woman and the pair glide, drift and explode through a series of highly-stylised tableaus, transgressing the limits of ‘acceptable’ public female behaviour as they go. Visually stunning, Ticket of No Return screens from a new 4K digital restoration from Arsenal, in Berlin. We look forward to celebrating the life and spirit of post-punk artist, musician (with Die Tödliche Doris) and fashion designer Tabea Blumenschein, who died in March 2020.”

  • AFTER LOVE d. Aleem Khan, 2020 presented by Twickenham Film Club at The Venue, Heatham House (08 MAR 19:00).
  • International Women’s Day: THE DROVER’S WIFE: THE LEGEND OF MOLLY JOHNSON d. Leah Purcell, 2022 presented by the London Australian Film Society at Regent Street Cinema (08 MAR 19:15).
  • GREAT FREEDOM aka Große Freiheit d. Sebastian Meise, 2021 + Q&A with the director & actor Franz Rogowski at ICA (08 MAR 18:20).
  • International Women’s Day: HIVE d. Blerta Basholli, 2021 + Pre-recorded Q&A with filmmakers presented by #ReclaimThe Frame at: BFI Southbank (08 MAR 18:15); Curzon Bloomsbury (08 MAR 18:30); The Lexi Cinema (08 MAR 17:50); Picturehouse Cinema (08 MAR various).
  • World Premiere: JITTERBUG d. Ayo Akingbade, 2022 + Q&A with the director with Andrea Arnold at Rio Cinema (08 MAR 19:00).
  • KING RICHARD d. Reinaldo Marcus Green, 2021 at Whirled Cinema (08 MAR 20:00 / 09 MAR 20:00 / 13 MAR 17:00).
  • L’ECLISSE d. Michelangelo Antonioni, 1962 presented by Tufnell Park Film Club at The Lord Palmerston (08 MAR 20:00).
  • International Women’s Day: MAKE UP d. Claire Oakley, 2020 + Short in support of Solace Women’s Aid at Genesis Cinema (08 MAR 21:15).
  • OKRAINA d. Boris Barnet, 1933 presented in-venue & online by Sands Cinema Club and Sands Film Studios (08 MAR 20:00).
  • THE POWER OF THE DOG d. Jane Campion at The David Lean (08 MAR 14:30 & 19:30).
  • Science on Screen: RUN LOLA RUN d. Tom Twyker, 1998 + Presentation by Professor Stefano Ruffo at Barbican (08 MAR 18:15).
  • Experimenta: TICKET OF NO RETURN aka Bildnis einer Trinkerin d. Ulrike Ottinger, 1979 + Pre-recorded intro remembering Tabea Blumenschein with Ulrike Ottinger at BFI Southbank (08 MAR 18:00).
  • WILDFIRE d. Cathy Brady, 2020 + Pre-recorded interview with the director presented by Wimbledon Film Club at Curzon Wimbledon (08 MAR 20:30).
  • Preview: THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD d. Joachim Trier, 2021 at Olympic Studios (08 MAR 20:40).

35MM PRESENTATIONS at The Prince Charles

1982 SEASON at The Prince Charles

BEST OF CÉSAR at Ciné Lumière

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): HAPPENING aka L’événement d. Audrey Diwan, 2021 (08 MAR 20:35).


BLACK & WHITE MOVIES at The Prince Charles


  • Includes (check venue for full listings): COW d. Andrea Arnold, 2021 + Q&A with director (08 MAR 20:40).
  • Exhibition: Jill Craigie: Film Pioneer

FOUR BY PENNY MARSHALL at The Prince Charles

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN d. Penny Marshall, 1992 (08 MAR 20:30).


  • Includes (check venue for full listings): LEGALLY BLONDE 35mm d. Robert Luketicm 2001 (08 MAR 18:05 – £1 Members’ Screening).

OSCAR & BAFTA NOMINEES at The Prince Charles

REWARDING DOCS at Bertha DocHouse

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): ASCENSION d. Jessica Kingdon, 2020 (08 MAR 13:30); KEYBOARD FANTASIES d. Posy Dixon, 2021 (08 MAR 18:20).

SEEN & HEARD at BFI Southbank

  • Includes (check venue for full listings): MARIE ANTOINETTE 35mm d. Sofia Coppola, 2006 + Intro by Hannah Strong, Little White Lies Digital Editor and author of Sofia Coppola: Forever Young (08 MAR 18:10); JINN d. Nijla Mu’, 2018 (08 MAR 21:00).

STUDIO GHIBLI at Picturehouse Cinemas

  • Includes (check venue for listings): POM POKO d. Isao Takahata, 1994 (from 05 MAR); TALES FROM EARTHSEA d. Gorô Miyazaki, 2006 (from 05 MAR).


THE WORLD OF WONG KAR WAI at The Prince Charles

ATLANTIS d. Valentyn Vasyanovych, 2019:

REBEL DREAD d. William E Badgley, 2020:

  • Also 04 to 10 MAR (various dates/times): A STARRY SKY ABOVE THE ROMAN GHETTO d. Giulio Base, 2020 at: JW3 // DREAMS aka Sueños d. Marcos Martínez, 2021 at: ICA // THE GODFATHER: PART II d. Francis Ford Coppola, 1974 at: Picturehouse Cinemas // THE SANCTITY OF SPACE d. Renan Ozturk & Freddie Wilkinson, 2022 at: Bertha DocHouse / Genesis Cinema / Rich Mix // THE WORLD WITHOUT YOU d. Damon Shalit, 2019 at: JW3 (from 10 MAR).

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