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30 December 2007
Andrew Moor tells us:

If there is anyone in this corner of England: Black Narcissus is being screened at Cornerhouse Manchester on 30th December!


29 December 2007

The Edinburgh Filmhouse is screening The Edge of the World on Saturday 29 December at 18:30

See their web site for details and tickets


28 December 2007

The Edinburgh Filmhouse is screening I Know Where I'm Going! on Fridat 28 December at 18:00

See their web site for details and tickets


11 December 2007
Little Apollo tells us:

Colonel Blimp and BN are being shown at Glasgow Film Theatre as part of their Deborah Kerr season
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp - Tuesday 11th December, 12.45 & 7.50pm


9 December 2007
Little Apollo tells us:

Colonel Blimp and BN are being shown at Glasgow Film Theatre as part of their Deborah Kerr season
Black Narcissus - Sunday 9th December, 2.30pm


6-7 December 2007
Natacha Thiéry tells us:

I just wanted to let you know that there will be a 2-days conference on British cinema next week at the E.N.S. (Ecole Normale Supérieure, rue d'Ulm).
I will be spreading the Powellian word on the 6th (from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm).



5 December 2007
László Baksa tell us:

The Pressburger film night details:

The date: 05 December 6pm (on his 105th birthday)
The film: One of Our Aircraft is Missing
The place is in the very centre of Miskolc, I hope many people and not only BHC members will come.

Gabriella will speak of Pressburger's life and the film of course. (I will speak some words too!)

I hope this film night will be successful, later I will send some photos on it.


28 November 2007
Paul Tritton tells us:

I will be giving a talk entitled "A Canterbury Tale Revisited" to the Canterbury and East Kent Postcard Club at the Red Cross Hall, Lower Chantry Lane, Canterbury, on Wednesday, Novermber 28, from 8 - 10 pm. All welcome. Admission free.


25 November 2007

Thelma Schoonmaker will be the Guest Presenter on TCM (US) on 25 November 2007. The films she'll be presenting are:

  • Green for Danger (1946)
  • The Edge of the World (1937)
  • The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)
  • Age of Consent (1969)


17 November 2007
Nicky Smith tells us:

There's an opportunity to see The Boy who Turned Yellow at the NFT on Sat 17th Nov at 14:00 (in a double bill with A Fish with a Smile, a recent Taiwanese short cartoon). And there's a workshop too at 12:00 in which you can use camera trickery to turn yourself any colour you want. Though you might be advised to bring a child along to that.

See their web site (closer to the date) for details and tickets


9 November 2007
George Darakhvelidze tells us:

The IKWIG screening I've told you about is scheduled for 13:45 CET on Friday, November 9, and will take place at the Russian State Film Institute (VGIK). The film is presented as a part of a special film course "Rediscovered Cinema" which was designed and already had its start earlier this year as an extracurricular event for the students of film studies department.

I believe it will be the first official public screening of IKWIG in Russia, since it hadn't been shown neither during the tribute at the Moscow Film Festival in 1989, nor during the retrospective at the Museum of Cinema in Moscow in 2005 - the only two occasions when it could have been shown previously.


6 November 2007
A second season of screenings at the London Screen Studies Centre, in the new Birkbeck College Cinema at 43 Gordon Square in the London After Dark season.

All screenings start at 2.30 and are free and open to the public.

6 Nov: Peeping Tom

See their web site for details


4 November 2007

The Bath Film Festival is showing The Thief of Bagdad (1940) at the Little Theatre at 3pm on Sun 4 November.

See their web site or call 01225 401149 for details


28 October 2007

As a part of a Welsh classic movie celebration, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp is being shown at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth. Their excuse is that Roger Livesey was born in Barry, South Wales.

28 October 2007 at 13:30 in The National Library of Wales.
See Fflics web site for details and tickets.


21 October 2007

I spotted a news article about a Sunday Night Series called "Creeped Out!" at Regent Square Theater, 1035 S. Braddock Ave., Pittsburgh, PA.

Peeping Tom, an influential Michael Powell film about a twisted young film technician driven to murder women as he photographs them, will screen Oct. 21. Released in 1960, it examines not only the nature of fear itself -- the killer was the subject of unseemly experiments as a child -- but of film itself.

Each movie starts at 8 p.m. and admission is $7.
See their web site for details and tickets.


18 October 2007
Nicky Smith tells us:

If anyone wants to get a good seat for a showing of Blackmail, go along to Trafalgar Square on Thursday.

Blackmail is being shown with Blue Bottles, a 1928 short from an H.G. Wells story. All this is part of the Capital Tales section of the London Film Festival.
See BFI/LFF site for details.


13 October 2007

Music Box Massacre III, noon Saturday to noon Oct. 13 at the Music Box Theatre, 3733 W. Southport Ave., Chicago. Tickets $24 in advance, $29 at the door. (773) 871-6604 or www.musicboxtheatre.com.

This 24-hour horror movie marathon boasts a good mix of genre classics (The Shining, Videodrome, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein and The Cat and the Canary with live organ accompaniment) and under-loved cult favorites (Bob Clark's Deathdream, Michael Powell's Peeping Tom, once-buried '80s kids' flick The Monster Squad and insane Italian gorefest Demons 2). Celebrity appearances, live music, a costume contest, vintage horror movie trailers and more spooky treats await.


10 October 2007

The Loras College (Dubuque, IA) Classic Film Educational Series will continue at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 26, with L'Avventura, (Michelangelo Antonioni, Italy, 1960).

The free screenings will be in the Hoffmann Auditorium of the St. Joseph Hall of Science through May. Films will range from the 1916 D.W. Griffith epic Intolerance to last year's critically acclaimed Pan's Labyrinth.

Screenings will be on Wednesday evenings until January, when the dates will switch to Thursdays:

10 Oct: Black Narcissus, (Michael Powell/Emeric Pressburger, U.K., 1947)

See their web site for details


9 October 2007

A second season of screenings at the London Screen Studies Centre, in the new Birkbeck College Cinema at 43 Gordon Square in the London After Dark season.

All screenings start at 2.30 and are free and open to the public.

9 Oct: Contraband (Michael Powell, 1940) with Conrad Veidt, Valerie Hobson
Powell and Pressburger's sequel to their first success: a stylish spy-hunt in the early days of London's wartime blackout.

See their web site for details


2 October 2007

A second season of screenings at the London Screen Studies Centre, in the new Birkbeck College Cinema at 43 Gordon Square in the London After Dark season.

All screenings start at 2.30 and are free and open to the public.

2 Oct: When London Sleeps (Leslie Hiscott, 1932) + The Night of the Party (Michael Powell, 1935)
Two rare thrillers that relish revealing the shady side of London.s pre-war night life.

See their web site for details


27 September - 25 October 2007
Simon Turner tells us:

There's a 5 film PnP retrospective coming up, September to October.

Black Narcissus will be shown 27 times between Thurs 11th October and Wednesday 24th October. In my house, "i'm off to see Black Narcissus" may become familiar.

A Canterbury Tale, I Know Where I'm Going! and A Matter of Life and Death will each receive 7 screenings. The Red Shoes will get a single screening.

ACT is on 27th to 30th September and 1st to 3rd October
IKWIG on 4th to 10th October
AMOLAD will be shown 18th to 24th October.

The Red Shoes will be shown on the 25th October, only once presumably as a couple of months back it was seen here in Amsterdam at the Tuschinski cinema.

The retrospective is at the Film Museum Amsterdam.

See their web site for details and tickets


17 - ?? September 2007

TCM (US) will be showing various of the early films of Michael Powell that were made at Teddington. They are to be introduced by Thelma Schoonmaker

The ones we know about so far are:
Date Time (EST) Title Notes
17 Sep 20:00 Something Always Happens (1934) Dir: Michael Powell
17 Sep 21:15 Crown vs. Stevens (1936) Dir: Michael Powell
18 Sep 00:00 Something Always Happens (1934) Dir: Michael Powell
18 Sep 01:15 Crown vs. Stevens (1936) Dir: Michael Powell
18 Sep 08:15 Sons of the Sea (1941)
Atlantic Ferry
Scr: Emeric Pressburger


16-23 September 2007
Gabriella Varga tells us:

I have good news for you from Miskolc, Emeric's native city. We would like to place a plaque on the house he was born (3,Szentpéteri Kapu) during a film festival for young filmmakers in September. Also the organisers are thinking of giving out a special prize emblemed with his name and to invite his relatives to the festival. There are lots of other ideas under discussion, if you have any recommendations or requests please send me an e-mail (vargabika@yahoo.co.uk).

For more informaton on the CineFest - International Festival of Young Filmmakers, visit their web site


16 September 2007
John tells us:
Sun 16 Sep - Powell & Pressburger Double Bill:
14:00  The Red Shoes
16:35  Black Narcissus

Riverside Studios
Crisp Road
Hammersmith
London
W6 9RL

Tel: 020 82371000

See their web site for details and tickets


14 - 26 September 2007
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York is showing A Matter of Life and Death
Written and directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger. With David Niven, Kim Hunter. Moments before his plane crashes, Peter Carter makes radio contact with a woman named June. The heavenly "conductor" who is dispatched to Earth to retrieve Peter is late, thus allowing a meeting between the couple. The stairway to Heaven is an impossibly long escalator, and the celestial environs are monochromatic, mischievously subverting the customary notion of paradise. 105 min.
Friday, September 14, 2007, 8:30 p.m., Theater 1, T1
Sunday, September 23, 2007, 2:00 p.m., Theater 1, T1
Wednesday, September 26, 2007, 8:30 p.m., Theater 2, T2

See their web site for details and tickets


3 - 19 September 2007
BBC South East are running a series of programmes in their South East Today strand about Michael Powell and A Canterbury Tale. These will culminate in a screening of ACT in the nave of Canterbury Cathedral in the presence of Lord and Lady Attenborough, Thelma Schoonmaker and various invited guests.

See Steve's report of a historic event


2 September 2007
John tells us:
Sun 2 Sep - Powell & Pressburger Double Bill:
13:00  A Matter of Life and Death
15:05  The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp

Riverside Studios
Crisp Road
Hammersmith
London
W6 9RL

Tel: 020 82371000
Web :www.riversidestudios.co.uk


26 August 2007
Paul Tritton tells us:

This year's PaPAS A Canterbury Tale film location walk will be held on Sunday, August 26. We will meet at Canterbury West Railway Station late morning, ("Pilgrims for Canterbury, all out and get your blessings"), then visit locations in the city centre and Canterbury Cathedral. Time permitting we will also visit the King's School, where Michael Powell was educated. Full details will be posted on this website later this month (June).

See this web site for details.


11 August 2007
The Spy in Black will be screened at the UCLA's James Bridges Theater in LA under the auspices of the UCLA Film & Television Archive.

See their web site for details and tickets.


5 August 2007
Michael Eyers tells us:
The Red Shoes
7 pm in the Center for Film,
The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts
Bard College
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

As part of their Bard SummerScape 2007

See their web site for details.


2 August 2007
Michael Eyers tells us:
Black Narcissus
7 pm in the Center for Film,
The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts
Bard College
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

As part of their Bard SummerScape 2007

See their web site for details.


28 July 2007
Michael Eyers tells us:
The Red Shoes
Cinespia Cemetary Screenings - Season 2007
6000 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles
CA 90038

Yes, a screening in a cemetary. Apparently they've been doing them for a while and they're very well done.

Gates at 7:30 pm. Film at 9pm. $10 donation tickets available at gate. DJ spins before and after the show.

See their web site for details.


15 July 2007
The Village Theatre at Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia will be showing The Red Shoes (1948) as part of a fund raising event for the Queensland Ballet Company.

Kevin Powell will be in attendance


14 July 2007
Günther Koegebehn tells us:

The BBC Proms, Prom 2
BBC Concert Orchestra
John Wilson conductor

Includes:
Vaughan Williams - 49th Parallel - Prelude (2 mins)
Easdale - The Red Shoes - Suite (15 mins)

See their web site for details.
The broadcast will be available online for a week after the event
See Steve's review


12 July 2007
Samuel Bréan tells us:

I just wanted to let you know that there will be a screening of The Elusive Pimpernel here in Paris, at the Cinémathèque Française, on July 12th (5 PM). Thought you might want to list it on your site!

See their web site for details.


11 July 2007
Tom Ruben tells us:

The Rio's monthly Classic Matinees take place on the first or second Wednesday of the month. There is an interval for every film, and extra seating is provided in the foyer. We are delighted that thanks to funding from the Bridge House Trust we are once again able to offer free admission. We are also able to offer free tea and cake! Please come along and enjoy a film and a chat!

[I think the Free bit applies to over-60s, so I should be OK]

These screenings are also open to everyone else at normal weekday matinee ticket prices.

Wed 11 July 2.30
A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH (U)

See their web site for details.


7 July 2007
Michael Eyers tells us:
Black Narcissus
Virtue and Vice - Film Season
The National Gallery, London
Saturday 7th July, 2.30pm

See their web site for details.


7 July 2007
The Boy Who Turned Yellow (1972)
The Cambridge Film Festival
Arts Picturehouse
Saturday 7 July @ 10:30 am

The History of Children's TV & Film: Saturday Matinee 1
HISTORY OF CHILDREN'S TV AND FILM
Remember when your pocket money bought you not one, not two, but three shows on the big screen? Relive the youthful magic of Saturday Morning at the Pictures with a classic cartoon, serial, and Children's Film Foundation film - and if your memory doesn't stretch back to those bygone days, join us and experience what it was all about! Enjoy a timeless cartoon from Tex Avery, The Cat That Hated People. Ride through the glen with Richard Greene in the first episode of the long-running series that provided a home for countless blacklisted American writers, The Adventures of Robin Hood. Revel in a rare screening of The Boy Who Turned Yellow, Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's last completed work. Made for the Children's Film Foundation, the film tells the story of a schoolboy who loses his pet mouse at the Tower of London, and sets about rescuing the rodent with his new friend - a yellow alien called Nick.

See their web site for details.


6 July 2007
The Thief of Bagdad (1940)
The Cambridge Film Festival
Cambridge Picturehouse
Friday 6 July @ 3pm

Michael Powell's dream-like visual style - not to mention the art direction of Vincent Korda and lush Technicolor photography of Georges Périnal, both of whom earned Oscars for their contributions - perfectly captures the fantastical atmosphere of the Arabian Nights in this heady mix of magic, action and music (composer Miklos Rosza was also Oscar nominated). A young thief from a long line of thieves comes to the aid of a deposed king and helps him thwart the wicked usurper of his throne, encountering along the way a Djinn in a bottle, a mechanical flying horse, an all-seeing magic jewel, a flying carpet and a beautiful princess. A timeless classic, beautifully restored in this new print.

See their web site for details.


29 June 2007

COPIA, Napa Valley, CA

Friday Night Flick: The Tales of Hoffman

Start: 29 June 2007 - 8:00pm
The creative team behind The Red Shoes creates a phantasmagoric marriage of cinema and opera in this one-of-a-kind take on a classic story. In Jacques Offenbach's fantasy opera, a poet dreams of three women - a mechanical performing doll, a bejeweled siren and the consumptive daughter of a famous composer - all of whom break his heart in different way. Powell and Pressburger's feverishly romantic adaptation is a feast of music, dance and visual effects, and one of the most exhilarating opera films ever produced.

127 min. - Not Rated - Directors: Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger - 1951

Enjoy a complimentary taste of Zinfandel from 7:15 - 8:00 pm.

Dinner and a Movie
Jumpstart your weekend with a prix-fixe menu ($29/person) and glass of wine in Julia's Kitchen followed by our Friday Night Flick. Film tickets sold separately. For dinner reservations, call 707.265.5700 or www.opentable.com.
Admission: $7 General /$6 Member

See their web site for details.


17 June 2007
The Small Islands Film Festival (15-17 June, 2007), to be held in a mobile cinema outside Eriskay community hall in the Western Isles from June 15 to 17, includes in its programme, screenings of Powell's The Edge of the World (1937) and the documentary Return to the Edge of the World (1978).

See their web site for details.


10 June 2007
Simon Turner tells us:

Amsterdam's grand and historic Tuschinski cinema will be showing The Red Shoes on their BIG screen too, on Sunday 10th June.

Seeing The Wizard of Oz in such surroundings there one year was wonderful. This time the average age may be above nine. The audience age only added to the experience but I anticipate being too spellbound with TRS at the Tuschinski to notice.

See their web site for details and tickets.


6 June 2007

The Spy in Black (1939). Great Britain. Directed by Michael Powell. Screenplay by Emeric Pressburger. With Conrad Veidt, Valerie Hobson. This first Powell/Pressburger collaboration recounts the exploits of a German spy ring operating in England on the eve of WWI. Told from the unusual point of view of the villain, the film is rich in enigmatic atmosphere. Preserved by the National Film and Television Archive/British Film Institute. Courtesy Janus Films. 82 min.
The People at No. 19 (1949). Great Britain. Directed by J. B. Holmes. A dramatized wartime documentary on the social and physiological problems of venereal disease. 18 min.

Introduced by Thelma Schoonmaker, film editor
The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, T1

See their web site for details and tickets.


27 May 2007
Ian tells us:

Peeping Tom is showing on the big screen soon at The Greenwich Picturehouse.

See their web site for details and tickets.


21 May 2007
Nicholas Waller tells us:

I just got the Bristol Arnolfini timetable.

Mon 21 May there's a Double Bill of PnP films - A Matter of Life and Death at 6pm and The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp at 8.15pm - as part of the Arnolfini's "This Is England" season 1-23 May (to coincide with Shane Meadows' new film, which is showing elsewhere).

For more information see their web site


20 May 2007
Michael Eyers tells us:
The Tales of Hoffmann
The Coolidge Corner Theatre
290 Harvard St
Brookline MA 02446
Sun May 20, 2007 : 11:00AM

For more information see their web site


5-19 May 2007
Llorenç Esteve tells us:
The Filmoteca de Catalunya (Cinema Aquitania) in Barcelona is screening Black Narcissus (Narciso negro) on the following dates:
Date Time
May 5 17:00
May 7 17:00
May 10 17:00
May 12 19:30
May 17 17:00
May 19 19:30


For more information see their web site


4-6 May, 2007
Moya McDonald tells us:
I thought you might like to know that J Storer Clouston's The Spy in Black, which has been out of print since the 1940s, is about to appear in a new and limited edition in May to celebrate the 90th anniversary of its original publication.

As well as the original story this book features essays about Clouston as a writer and historian, and sets the scene with a presentation of the state of the world in 1917. Clouston changed the place names featured because it was wartime but the local Historic Scotland Rangers, in true spy tradition, have uncovered the original locations hidden in the book and have produced a map of them. The book has been designed to reflect the period with a stunning dust jacket by a local Orcadian artist.

The book is being launched at CELEBRATING SCAPA FLOW 2007- THE SPY IN BLACK PROJECT ( 4th - 6th of May). The weekend includes a series of talks about Clouston, events relating to Scapa Flow in 1917 including the loss of HMS Vanguard, film presentations from the BFI and Imperial War Museum of that era and a special showing of THE SPY IN BLACK in Kirkwall - the best way to see this film is with an Orcadian audience! We are hoping that the few locals still alive who were extras in the film will be able to attend. Another highlight will be a guided bus tour of the book and film locations led by the HS Rangers.

I've attached a copy of the press release which gives more infromation and please visit the website: www.westraystudios.co.uk and click on The Spy In Black.

As there are only 2000 copies being published we advise anyone who wants a copy to order it now and they will receive a specially designed card with their very own book number on it.

I hope that you can pass some of this info onto your readers in case they might want to order a copy of the book...or visit Orkney over the weekend of the 4th - 6th of May.

I can guarantee they won't be disappointed.

Best wishes,
Moya McDonald
Events Organiser,
AOP(Another Orkney Production)


3 May - 21 June 2007
Rich Belbin tells us:
Spotted this when glancing around t'internet today:

...
Then in the spring of 2007, Kneehigh embarks on its most ambitious theatre project to date. Commissioned by the National Theatre, Emma Rice and Tom Morris will adapt and re-imagine A Matter of Life and Death, the seminal 1945 movie by Powell and Pressburger. Sexy, stylish and musically electrifying, Emma Rice will direct this romantic masterpiece for the 21st Century for the Olivier Theatre stage. The first preview will be on 3rd May and the production will in rep until 30th June.

See the National Theatre website for details
See reviews


24 April 2007
Michael Eyers tells us:
Black Narcissus
Film Studies at Princeton University
Tuesday, April 24, 2007 At 07:30 PM

Stewart Theater
185 Nassau Street
Princeton
New Jersey 08544
USA

See their web site for details


April 2007
Michael Eyers tells us:
Thelma Schoonmaker is to be presented with The 2007 Coolidge Award

For more information see their web site


20 February 2007
The Joplin International Film Festival presented by The Missouri Southern State University Institute of International Studies and the Missouri Southern Film Society.

Their schedule for 2006/7 includes a screening of EotW - showing on Thursday Feb 20, 2007.

See announcement for details.


17 February 2007
Michael Eyers tells us:
49th Parallel
Yale Center for British Art
Saturday, February 17 2007 2:00 PM

Yale University
1080 Chapel Street
New Haven
CT O6510
USA

See their web site web site for details


13 February 2007
Thelma Schoonmaker will be visiting the Museum of History & Industry in Seattle, WA to present Gone to Earth.

The Museum of History and Industry's McEachern Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. For ticket information, call the Seattle Art Museum at 206-654-3121 or Scarecrow Video at 206-524-8554.


14 February 2007
Thelma Schoonmaker will be visiting the Museum of History & Industry in Seattle, WA to present Age of Consent.

The Museum of History and Industry's McEachern Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. For ticket information, call the Seattle Art Museum at 206-654-3121 or Scarecrow Video at 206-524-8554.


11 February 2007
Richard Layne tells us:
The Red Shoes
showing at the Oxford Phoenix Picturehouse at 11:00 AM on Sunday 11th February

See their web site web site for details


9 February 2007
Tracey Brown tells us:
AMOLAD is being shown in the LA County Museum's "Through the Looking Glass (and Down the Rabbit Hole)" series, which is being done in conjuction with their Magritte exhibit.

See their web site for details.


5 February 2007
Michael Eyers tells us:
(You may have to pretend you're a student for this one!)

Black Narcissus
University of Oxford
European Humanities Research Centre
Reel Two
Lecture Theatre 2,
English Faculty,
St Cross Building.
Mon 5th Feb, 6.45pm

See their web site for details.


26 January 2007
Richard Fraser tells us:

Wendy & I were at a "1940s" event at Leeds Castle today and I picked up a copy of the latest newsletter of an organisation calling themselves "The 1940s Society".

I see from the newsletter that the Society has arranged a screening of "A Canterbury Tale", to be shown at 8pm in Otford Memorial Hall, Nr. Sevenoaks on Friday 26 January 2007. It's likely that you have to belong to the Society to get in to see it but full details are available from the man who runs it, Ian Bayley on 01732 452505. Admission is £2.

Or see their web site for details.


12-13 January 2007
The Egyptain in LA are doing a "Helen Mirren Tribute" this weekend.

Fri Jan 12 @ 7:30pm
Helen Mirren double bill
Cal (1984)
Age of Consent (1969)

Sat Jan 13 @ 7:30pm
Helen Mirren In-Person Tribute
The Queen (2006)
Some Mother's Son (1996)

Discussion in between films with actress Helen Mirren

Sounds like it could be interesting. If they do allow questions from the audience, as they would have just showed AoC I'm sure it'd be in order to ask about that as well as the ones being shown while she's there.

See their web site for details.


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