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28 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The Riverbank Bar and Cafe, in the Chaoyang area of Beijing, China, will show The Red Shoes on December 28th at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 & 23, 27 & 28 December

The Pacific Cinematheque at 1131 Howe St., Vancouver will be showing Age of Consent on the 22 & 23, 27 & 28 December.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 & 24 December
Simon Turner tells us:

Yet another cinema in Paris or surroundings will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges). This time it's L'Entrepot, which has three screenings: 10am and 2pm on the 22nd, plus 2pm on the 24th.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 December
Simon Turner tells us:

McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas, will show The Red Shoes on December 18th, at 2pm, in the Chiego Lecture Hall.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The following weekend after Gone To Earth and Black Narcissus play Paris, Peeping Tom (Le Voyeur) arrives--on December 18th at 9pm-- at the Forum des Images.

See their web site for details & tickets

Addition: There is a further date at the Forum des Images, in Paris, for Peeping Tom: December 22nd at 7pm.


17 - 20 December
Simon Turner tells us:

A bumper month for PnP in Paris, with The Thief of Bagdad (Le Voleur de Bagdad) now joining Gone to Earth, The Red Shoes, Peeping Tom and Black Narcissus. There will be 4 screenings of ToB at Le Nouveau Latina: the 17th and 18th at 2pm, plus the 19th and 20th at 12 midday. These are obviously aimed at kids, as a special film to coincide with Christmas, and in the French-dubbed version. Again, it still surprises me how so often French cinemas put PnP on with multiple screenings.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The interestingly named Le Clap cinema in Bollene, France, 50 km north of Avignon, will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 16th December at 9pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, New York will show The Thief of Bagdad on the 13th December at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The Glasgow Film Theatre continues their PnP run this year (Peeping Tom, Red Ensign and two showings of The Thief of Bagdad) with Black Narcissus on the 13th December at 6.15pm. The Glasgow Film Theatre and the Prince Charles, London, also, are doing them proud!

See their web site for details & tickets


12 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The Brussels Cinematek, Belgium, will show Peeping Tom (Le voyeur) on Monday the 12th of December at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


11 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The Dukes Theatre and Cinema in Lancaster will show The Red Shoes on the 11th December at 7.30pm.

The Red Shoes will be introduced by Dr Bruce Bennett. Dr Bennett is a senior Lecturer with Lancaster University.s Institute for Contemporary Arts.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 & 11 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The Musee D'Orsay, Paris, will have a bumper, mini PnP weekend on the 10th and 11th of December, with Gone to Earth (La renarde) on the Saturday and Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the Sunday. They will be screened as part of the museum's 'Victorian England at the Cinema' series which runs through the month on each weekend from the Friday, plus the 27th to the 30th.

GTE is on the 10th at 7pm while BN is on the 11th at 2.30pm. Black Narcissus is followed by The Four Feathers at 5pm. Bonus!

Does anyone have a friend there whom I can stay with? !

See their web site for details & tickets


10 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The 'Flicks in the Sticks' Autumn programme of the Bayston Hill Village Association, by Shrewsbury - 40 miles from Birmingham - will include Gone to Earth on the evening of the 10th December.

See their web site for details & tickets

I've found elsewhere that the location for the GTE screening is the Memorial Hall, and the time, 7.30pm.

n.b. "Flicks in the Sticks" were the group that showed GTE in Much Wenlock in May 2002 when I went there with Columba Powell and we met lots of local people who had been extras in the film - Steve


8 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The regional library of Williamsburg in Virginia will show The Red Shoes on the 8th December at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


4 December
Simon Turner tells us:

The Genesis Cinema in Whitechapel, London, will show Black Narcissus as part of its series of Auternative Sundays, on December the 4th.

See their web site for details (Check closer to the date for the screening time)


30 November

The NFT (BFI Southbank) will be screening the newly restored version of The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, introduced by Martin Scorsese and Thelma Schoonmaker, on Wednesday 30 November at 19:00

See their web site for details & tickets (Sold out)


27 November
Simon Turner tells us:

The Prince Charles cinema, London will follow up its recent screenings of Black Narcissus and Peeping Tom with The Red Shoes on 27th November at 8.45pm. It's part of an amazing month's line-up including Amelie, Bottle Rocket, Cinema Paradiso, It's A Wonderful Life, Nosferatu, Rashomon, Stand By Me, Tokyo Story, Wild At Heart and... Flash Gordon. What a cinema!

See their web site for details & tickets


26 November
Simon Turner tells us:

The Sunart Centre in Strontian in the west of Scotland - 'the Ardnamurchan peninsular' - about 40 km from Fort William and 20 km north of the Isle of Mull (it must be beautiful up there) will show I Know Where I'm Going! on the 26th of November at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


19 November
Simon Turner tells us:

They're a Weird Mob will be showing at the Star Theatre, Chiltern, Victoria, Australia (equidistant from Canberra and Melbourne). The screening is on at 7pm on the 19th November.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 November - 1 December

After the première of the digitally restored The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp which is being shown at MoMA on 7 November, the film will have a two week run at The Film Forum.

See their web site for details and tickets


17 November
Simon Turner tells us:

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MACA - Museo de Arte Contemporáneo) in Alicante will show Peeping Tom (El fotógrafo del pánico) on November 17th as part of their 'Innocent Murderers' series. (Some informed translating might do more justice to that title in Spanish - Asesinos Inocentes - than does google translate, but I like it as it is!)

See their web site for details & tickets


14 November
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cinemateket in Oslo, Norway will show The Red Shoes on the 14th of November.

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


13 November
Simon Turner tells us:

The film society of Raleigh, North Carolina, will show Black Narcissus at The Rialto Theatre on November 13th at 7pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


7 November

Reported by Broadway World and others

The Museum of Modern Art will present To Save and Project: The Ninth MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation, the annual festival of preserved and restored films from archives, studios, and distributors around the world, from October 14 through November 19, 2011.
...
On November 7, Martin Scorsese and Thelma Schoonmaker will introduce Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943), newly restored by the Academy Film Archive in association with the BFI, ITV Studios Global Entertainment Ltd., and The Film Foundation.

See their web site for details when available


3 November
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes is back at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse (TRS was last there at the end of 2009 on its UK tour) on the 3rd November. It's not on their site yet, so check their site to be sure

See their web site for details & tickets


1 November
Simon Turner tells us:

The UGC Cine Cite Etoile in Strasbourg, France, will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) tomorrow (1st Nov.) at 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


29 & 30 October

I see that the Castro Theatre in SF is showing a double bill of The Red Shoes plus Black Narcissus on the 29th & 30th October.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The Thief of Bagdad (Le voleur de Bagdad) will be showing in Paris at Le Nouveau Latina cinema on the 28th October at 10.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 & 30 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The Rome Film Festival has a 'Focus on Great Britain' section this year, and they will be showing both A Canterbury Tale and A Matter of Life and Death.

A Matter of Life and Death will be shown on the 27th October at 9pm while A Canterbury Tale will get its screening on the 30th at 9pm. AMOLAD will be introduced by Michael Nyman; A Canterbury Tale will be introduced by Tilda Swinton after all (after the organisers told me that this wouldn't in fact be the case).

Here's the Brit. section link: http://www.romacinemafest.it/ecm/web/fcr/en/home/content/focus-on-great-britain.0000.FCR-1580.


26 - 28 October
Simon Turner tells us:

MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art in New York - will add to Blimp, Abschied and Emile and the Detectives earlier in the year, in its Emeric Pressburger series (oh yes, and Michael Powell), by screening Black Narcissus on October 26th, 27th and 28th at 1.30pm each day.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 & 27 October
Simon Turner tells us:

After showing The Red Shoes in April, the cinema of the University of Northern Colorado, in Greeley - 100km north of Denver, will show Peeping Tom on October 26th and 27th as part of their International Film series.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The Loft Cinema in Tuscon, Arizona will show Peeping Tom on the 25th October, at 7pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 October
Eddie McMillan tells us:

Just a heads up to let you know we are giving a presentation next week about Leo Marks, Michael Powell and Peeping Tom. This is based on a taped interview with Leo Marks from 1999 with Nick, myself and others. It is quite an interesting interview where Marks discusses very candidly his relationship with Powell and the gestation, production and fallout surrounding Peeping Tom.

The event will be in the Powell Lecture Theatre [Powell Building] at the campus in Canterbury starting at 7.30pm on Tuesday 25th October.


25 October
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom will be shown at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania (200km from Bethlehem!) on the 25th October at 1pm.

See their web site (PDF) for details & tickets


22 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The Purbeck Film Festival, this year will feature I Know Where I'm Going! IKWIG will be shown at the Rex Cinema Wareham on the 22nd October at 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 October
Ewa Reeves tells us:

Just to let you know that we will be screening The Red Shoes again in Warsaw, Poland! on 22nd of October, 19.30 at Twarda Sztuka Foundation site!

See their web site for details & tickets


21 October
Simon Turner tells us:

As part of the Ealing Autumn Festival: Genius of Hungary, The Red Shoes will be showing at St. Mary's Church, South Ealing. It is screening in combination with Rudolph Nureyev & Margot Fonteyn dancing to Liszt.s Piano Sonata in B minor, with choreography by Ashton, in 'Marguerite et Armand' at 8pm on the 21st October.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 - 20 October
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Festival do Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on 17th, 18th & 20th October.

17th Oct at 17:15 & 21:45 - Est SESC Botafoga
19th Oct. at 13:20 - Est SESC Barrapoint
20th Oct. at 18:30 - Cinemateca Do Mam

See their web site for details & tickets


18 October
Simon Turner tells us:

Bio Rex and the National Audiovisual Archive of Helsinki, Finland, will show The Red Shoes (Punaiset kengät) as part of its Love & Anarchy film festival on the 18th of October at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cannes cinema, Théâtre la Licorne, will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 18th October at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 October
Simon Turner tells us:

Salisbury Art Centre will show The Red Shoes on the 16th October at 10.30am.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 October
Simon Turner tells us:

A week after their Black Narcissus screening, the character-full Prince Charles Cinema, London, will show Peeping Tom on the 16th October at 8.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


15 October
Steve Crook tells us:

The Campus Theatre at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA is celebrating their 70th anniversary with a film festival that includes The Red Shoes at 4pm on Saturday 15 October.

There are a few other nice films showing as well

See their web site for details & tickets


14 - 20 October
Simon Turner tells us:

One trip across Canada later, beginning on the 3rd after A Matter of Life and Death in Edmonton and finishing up in Montreal, and the PnP tripper ends up at The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges), starting there at Cinema du Parc from October 14th - 20th.

See their web site for details & tickets


12 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The Harbour Lights Picturehouse, Southampton - where The Red Shoes restoration first knocked me out - will now show Black Narcissus on the 12th of October. Good for them!

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


11 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The Film Appreciation Society of Stetson University, Florida will show Peeping Tom on October 11th at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The great-value, quirky Prince Charles cinema in London cements its reputation on the 9th of October, at 8.45pm, by showing Black Narcissus.

See their web site for details & tickets


5 & 8 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The Spy in Black will have two screenings at Bradford's National Media Museum. Both will be at the Cubby Broccoli Cinema, the first on the 5th October at 6.15pm, and the the second showing on the 8th October at 12.45pm. Nice to see it get an airing. Funny, the least effective PnP leading lady (excluding Margaret Leighton) is the one who most liked MP's direction.

See their web site for details & tickets


5 October
Simon Turner tells us:

92 Y Tribeca on Hudson Street in New York will show Gone to Earth, in combination with a Super 8 short called Union, on October 5th at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 October
Simon Turner tells us:

The Royal Alberta Museum of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada will show Stairway to Heaven (A Matter of Life and Death) on October 3rd, at 8pm, as part of their Autumn movies series: Flying High! Triumph and Tragedy in the Blue.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 October
Simon Turner tells us:

On the 2nd of October, the insatiable Amsterdam Film Museum / EYE Institute will again show The Red Shoes. The screening will be at 9.30pm. They'll deserve some sort of plaque, themselves, before long - distinguished service to Powell and Pressburger.

See their web site for details & tickets


30 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be shown in Palo Alto, California - about 50 km south of San Francisco - on Sept 30th at 1.30pm, on Palo Alto Square.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 September
Simon Turner tells us:

Tilda Swinton presents!

Here's a good one: The Roxy Bar & Screen in London, will show The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp at 7pm on the 28th September.

Late Change: Phil at the Roxy tells us that they couldn't get the print of Blimp so they'll be showing A Canterbury Tale instead.
The Roxy apologises for this late change. If you have booked tickets and would prefer not to attend, please contact them and they'll organise a refund

P&P fan Tilda Swinton will introduce the film

See their web site for details & tickets. They were a winner of the Great British Pub Awards in 2010, for entertainment, and they're obviously still getting better!


28 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The Reel McCoy Film Club of the theatre of the National Library of Australia (in Parkes, Canberra) will show A Canterbury Tale on September 28th.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 & 27 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cinemaxx cinema in three cities in Denmark - Copenhagen, Odense and Aarhus - will each show The Red Shoes (De røde sko) on the 26th September at 18.30 and the 27th September at 13.15.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The Centre Culturel Cinématographique of Grenoble, Rhône-Alpes, in South-east France, will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 26th September at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


24 September
Simon Turner tells us:

On the 24th September, there is a rare outing, outside of the larger PnP festivals, for La Mort Apprivoisés, which is, of course, the superb The Small Black Room. It's showing at the Brussels Cinematek at 3pm, and I think that I can be there to see it!

See their web site for details & tickets


24 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The Hay-on-Wye Youth and Community Centre at the Wales/England border, 40 km from Hereford, will show The Thief of Bagdad on the 24th September, at 11am.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 - 29 September
Simon Turner tells us:

For those lucky enough to be near it, The Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California, will hold a Powell and Pressburger festival between the 21st and 29th of September.

A Canterbury Tale will be shown on the 21st at 7.30pm. A double-bill of The Red Shoes and Black Narcissus follows a few days later on the 25th at 7.30pm. Then there is the inevitable exception to 'and Pressburger', with Peeping Tom on the 28th at 7.30pm again. I would like to be there for the final day's double-bill, the underrated (I feel) Gone To Earth and A Matter of Life and Death, on the 29th and once again at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets. Now, where's the next festival in my neck of the woods?


20 September
Simon Turner tells us:

Here's another interesting one:

Each week at the Market Arcade Film & Arts Center in Buffalo, New York State by the Canadian border (and Lake Erie, Niagara Falls), 'Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson introduce a film, the film is screened, we take a brief break, and then have an open discussion with students in a University at Buffalo film class and anyone else who cares to join us'. The 20th September is the turn of The Red Shoes.

See their web site for details & tickets.

Mmmm, I'd also love to be at Black Orpheus on the 4th October...

See their web site for details & tickets


17 & 18 September

A Matter of Life and Death was shown in Hong Kong on 7 August & Black Narcissus will be shown there on 4 September.
They have now announced that they will also show A Matter of Life and Death on 17 September & Black Narcissus on the 18th, both screenings are at 7pm at the HKFA's Cinema.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The Glasgow Film Theatre has already this year shown Red Ensign, Thief of Bagdad and Peeping Tom. Attendance must have been high especially for ToB, as on the 17th September, at 11.30am, they will be screening it again as part of their 'Take 2' section.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 September
Simon Turner tells us:

International House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania will show The Red Shoes on September 17th at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


15 & 18 September
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Oldenburg Film Festival in Germany on 15 & 18 September

See their web site for details & tickets

Craig McCall the director and Richard McGill the producer will be attending.


15 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The Hospitality Centre at Christ Church Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, about 50 km north of Detroit, is showing Black Narcissus to kick off its movie series for the season. Black Narcissus will play on September 15th at 6.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


15 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The Star and Shadow Cinema in Newcastle Upon Tyne will show I Know Where I'm Going! on the 15th September at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 September
Simon Turner tells us:

I Know Where I'm Going! will be shown by the Northwest Chicago Film Society at the Portage Theatre on September 14th.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 September
Simon Turner tells us:

Turkey's Tarihi Havagaz Fabrikas Kültür Merkezi - Sinema (Historical Gas Factory Culture Center - CINEMA) in Izmir, on the country's west coast, will be screening The Red Shoes (Kirmizi Pabuçlar) on the 14th September at 9pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The 13th September will see a further showing of The Red Shoes at the Amsterdam Film Museum / EYE Institute. They were missing it already!

See their web site for details & tickets


12 - 15 September
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Scot West Film Festival in Salcoats, Scotland from the 12 - 15 September

See their web site for details & tickets


11 September

The Filmtheater Cinebergen of Bergen in the province of Noord-Holland, 40 km north of Amsterdam, will show The Red Shoes on the 11th September at 4pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


11 September
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus will be shown at the MIAT Museum, Gent, Belgium on the 11th September at 12.00 and again at 2.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 September
Frank Edwards tells us:

The Broadway Cinema in Nottingham will show The Thief of Bagdad on the 10th September at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 September
Frank Edwards tells us:


PDF file
You may already have heard of this, but just to confirm: with the help and involvement of Eddie McMillan and Bryan Hawkins of Canterbury Christ Church we are screening A Canterbury Tale in Boughton Aluph, near Ashford, Kent on Sept 10th. I attach a poster for the event and would be glad if you are able to give it a mention in the fan club/website you run. Local people will be able to buy tickets from the newsagent in Wye, otherwise they can phone me (it's my number in the poster).


9 September
Simon Turner tells us:

Somewhat surprisingly, the Cinematheque Francaise in Paris will be showing The Battle of the River Plate (La Bataille du Rio de la Plata) on the 9th September at 2.30pm. An interesting choice of a not so very interesting film!

See their web site for details & tickets


4 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The cinema of the Hong Kong Film Archive will show a short series of three 'restored treasures'. A Matter of Life and Death will play on the 7th August at 2pm. Black Narcissus will be shown on the 4th September at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 & 11 September
Simon Turner tells us:

There will be yet more screenings of Black Narcissus at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. It's a great thing, just a little confusing for anyone looking, how they list each BN screening separately. I think this time we have all the screenings rounded up! BN will be shown on September 2nd at 3.45pm and September 11th at 2.40pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The Kentucky Theatre of Lexington, Kentucky will show The Red Shoes on September 1st.

See their web site for details & tickets


30 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Velha in Coimbra, Portugal (between Lisbon and Porto), will show Black Narcissus (Quando os Sinos Dobram) as part of its cycle on film and religion. Wow, Pasolini, Almodovar and three Takeshi Tikano films have also been featured - at the monastery! BN will be shown on the 30th August at 9.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


29 August - 1 September
Simon Turner tells us:

The University of Navarre in Pamplona - the town where Emeric's novel, "Killing a Mouse on Sunday", is based - is offering a 4-day course on four filmmakers at the end of August: Powell/Pressburger, Max Ophüls (also a good choice!), Jean Marie Straub / Danielle Huillet and Pedro Almodovar.

The course begins with the PnP day - called Tears, Love and Blood - on the 29th August including 10-11.30 Film analysis and display of their work; 11.45-14.00 projection of other materials including influences; 17.00-20.30 A report by D. Angel Sala.

I would like to think that they would cover Emeric's excellent novel, set precisely at and around Pamplona (as well as Paul in France), as part of all this.

Objective and Content
The course objective is to analyze the work of four European film-makers representative of different times and geographical spaces. is given by specialists who approach the subject from very theoretical different. This is a complete immersion in film and legacy. The film-makers to be studied are Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (UK / Hungary), Max Ophüls (Germany), Jean Marie Straub and Danielle Huillet (France) and Pedro Almodovar (Spain).

See their web site for details & tickets. Or their Programme (PDF)


28 August & 1 September
Simon Turner tells us:

In Cyprus, at the Constantia Open-air Cinema in Nicosia, The Red Shoes (Ta kokkina papoutsia) will be shown twice, first on Aug 28th, then September 1st - both at 9pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 August
Steve Crook tells us:

This year's PaPAS A Canterbury Tale film location walk will be held on Sunday, August 28 in Fordwich. Meet on Fordwich Quay at 1.30 pm or join us from 12.30 pm at the Fordwich Arms for refreshments. No need to book. Just turn up.

See this web site for details


27 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The National Museum of Singapore will show The Thief of Bagdad on August 27th at 8pm as part if its Voyage Night Festival.

see their web site for details & tickets


27 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Thief of Bagdad will be shown open-air at the Olana State Historical Site, 50 km south of Albany, in New York State USA, on August 27th.

See their web site for details & tickets. New York State again!


26 - 28 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston will show Black Narcissus on August 26th at 5.20pm, the 27th at 12.50pm. & on the 28th at 12:30pm

See their web site for details & tickets


26 August
Simon Turner tells us:

Film historian, Irene Porco Eckert, will explore the film The Red Shoes at Sayville Library, at Sayville, about 50 km east of New York. There will be a discussion both before and after the screening, all of which will happen on August 26th at 6.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 August
Steve Crook tells us:

One to watch out for although I can't find full details yet.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports:
The Chicago Dancing Festival is to include a series of dance films - "Dance Films" (10 a.m.-6 p.m. Aug. 26, Claudia Cassidy Theatre in the Chicago Cultural Center, 77 E. Randolph): Including Gene Kelly's Invitation to the Dance; A Dancer's World (a documentary about Martha Graham and company); Dancemaker (a documentary about Paul Taylor and his company) and the Michael Powell classic The Red Shoes.


25 August
Simon Turner tells us:

Eden Court in In Inverness will show Black Narcissus on the 25th August at 8.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Film Society in Hobart, Tasmania in Australia will be showing The Red Shoes on the 23rd August at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 August
Simon Turner tells us:

Following The Duke of York Picturehouse, Brighton, showing Peeping Tom in January, and The Red Shoes in February, it will screen A Matter of Life and Death on the 21st of August.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Tampa Theater in Tampa, Florida, USA will show The Red Shoes as part of their Summer Classics series, on Sunday, Aug 21st at 3pm.

Arrive 20 minutes earlier for a performance by Bob Logan of the Central Florida Theater Organ Society on the Mighty Wurlitzer Theater Organ. If the organ recital appeals, then it's best to phone ahead to confirm, as the cinema can't guarantee a performance prior to all screenings.

See their web site for details & tickets

Post film talk with Michael Foley


19 August
Simon Turner tells us:

Gay Village Shows & Movies at Parco del Ninfeo in Rome will show The Red Shoes (Scarpette rosse) on the 19th of August at 9pm, (immediately preceding the semifinal of Mr. Gay).

See their web site for details & tickets


18 August - 4 December
Simon Turner tells us:

This following event isn't solely PnP-focussed (so many not be listings-worthy) but The Deutsche Kinemathek Museum for Film in Berlin and the Kunsthalle in Emden Germany have an exhibition of cinematic storyboards / illustrated film scripts. "The exhibition will present the storyboards alongside the original film sequences and other works by fine artists which are aesthetically or conceptually related to the storyboard." Michael Powell is one of the 15 or 16 directors included.

The dates are Kunsthalle Emden, 16 April - 17 July 2011, Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum für Film und Fernsehen Berlin, 18 August - 4 December 2011.

See their web site for details


18 August
Simon Turner tells us:

New York State comes up with the goods again, as the Lake Placid Centre for the Arts (about 75 miles from the Canadian border) will show The Red Shoes on August 18th at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 - 21 August
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom (A Tortura do Medo) has just come third in the poll of best films of the last 25 years shown at the Libero Luxardo cinema of Belém in north-east Brazil. Peeping Tom will then be shown in the cinema's regular session between the 17th and 21st of August.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 & 20 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Deutsches Filmmuseum at Frankfurt am Main, Germany, have confirmed to me by email that they will show The Red Shoes at 6pm on both the 16th and 20th of August.

I can't find it on their web site yet, but it should shortly be available.


16 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, will show The Red Shoes at 2pm on August 16th.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Rio Cinema in Dalston, London will show The Red Shoes on the 14th of August.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 August
Simon Turner tells us:

El Paso, Texas and its Plaza Theatre will host a screening of The Red Shoes as part of their Plaza Classic Film Festival at 12.30pm on August 14th.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) will show The Thief of Bagdad on August 13th at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


12 - 14 August

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA, are showing Age of Consent on 12 - 14 August

See their web site for details & tickets
Friday 12 August @ 7:45pm
Saturday 13 August @ 11am
Sunday 14 August @ 3pm


11 August
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Globians Documentary Festival, Berlin, Germany. Craig McCall, the director and producer, will be attending.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Palazzo Borelli at the small town of Delmonte in north-west Italy (between Nice and Turin - where I'll be, 2 weeks too early), will show Black Narcissus (Narciso nero) on the 10th August at 9.30pm. It's part of a series devoted to the landscape of the mountain.

See their web site for details & tickets


7 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The cinema of the Hong Kong Film Archive will show a short series of three 'restored treasures'. A Matter of Life and Death will play on the 7th August at 2pm. Black Narcissus will be shown on the 4th September at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 & 7 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Paramount Theater in Austin, Texas, USA will show Peeping Tom as part of its 2-film Birth of the Slasher weekend. Psycho is the other film. Both will be screened three times and tickets are bought as a double feature. Peeping Tom will be screened at 6.15pm on the 6th August, and 2pm and 6.25pm on the 7th August.

See their web site for details & tickets


5 & 6 August
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at Cleveland Cinematheque, Cleveland, OH on 5 & 6 August

See their web site for details & tickets


3 & 4 August
Simon Turner tells us:

The Film Centre at San Rafael, California - about 30 km north of San Francisco - will show the documentary Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff at 7pm on both the 3rd and 4th of August.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 August
Simon Turner tells us:

Funnily enough, Contraband will be screened at another New York library the following month! Jefferson Market Library, New York, USA will show Contraband on August 1st at 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


29 July - 4 August
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Balboa Theatre, San Francisco, CA from 29 July - 4 August

See their web site for details & tickets

On July 30th they will also be showing The Red Shoes at 4.30pm and then again on 1st August at 9pm


28 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The Hertford Theatre, yes, at Hertford just north of London, will show The Red Shoes on the 28th July at 7.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The U3A in Church Stretton, Shropshire, will show Gone to Earth at the Parish Centre on the 27th July. It is preceded by the general meeting which begins at 2pm.

See their web site for details and tickets


26 July
Simon Turner tells us:

Cranford Public Library in Cranford, New Jersey will feature both The Red Shoes and A Canterbury Tale in its 13 film, 2 month Friends Classic Film Series programme (which also included I Know Where I'm Going! a couple of weeks ago). The Red Shoes will be shown on July 5th, while A Canterbury Tale is scheduled for July 26th.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 July
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus will be shown by the Art Directors Guild Film Society and American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles on July 26; a panel discussion will follow the screening.

Here is the link to the article from a few days ago which advertises this: http://blogs.artinfo.com/cuttingroom/2011/04/21/black-narcissus-meets-caspar-david-friedrich/


23 - 29 July
Simon Turner tells us:

I wonder if Japan has been listed before - probably. Well, here's another: lots of screenings of The Red Shoes in Tokyo's Shibuya district at the Eurospace cinema. TRS will be screening at 10:30 a.m., 1:10 p.m, 3:50 p.m and 6:30 p.m between the 23rd and 29th of July. It may be necessary to call the cinema to find out which days (as I can't find that information anywhere) on this number: (03) 3461-0211.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be shown at the Fulbourn Cinema, at Fulbourn just outside of Cambridge, at 7.30pm (for 7.45pm) on the 22nd July.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The Memorial Hall at Townley, Hitchin, 7 or 8 km north of Stevenage, will show The Red Shoes (through the Fulbourn Arts organisation) on the 22nd July at 7.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 - 24 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The July Port Elliot Festival in St. Germans, Cornwall has a strong PnP element to it this year. Andrew McDonald - producer and grandson of Emeric - will introduce a screening of the 1995 documentary on Emeric, The Making Of An Englishman, directed by his brother, Kevin McDonald. The documentary will be followed by a Q&A. I'd love to be there, as it will be hard to find this on the big screen again (and it's very good).
Andrew Macdonald

The docu. on Emeric will be part of the Piccolo Cinema screenings, while the 8-film Paradiso Outdoor Cinema event is entirely programmed by Martin Scorsese. The films include The Red Shoes, which is part of a double-bill that evening with All About Eve. The other double bills are The Leopard and The River; Human Desire and The Narrow Margin; and North By Northwest and Murder on the Orient Express. Amongst the film screenings will be discussions of Scorsese's work chaired by film writer Tom Shone.
Martin Scorsese: Paradiso Outdoor Cinema

It being a festival, these events can't be paid for individually. Day tickets range from 35 to 55 pounds depending on the day. I don't know much about this festival but it seems extremely wide-ranging being a literary festival which also encompasses bands, cabaret, cooking, a flower show, woodwork, philosophy, husbandry, art, sound installations and much more. I'm writing to the festival in the hope of being told that the two PnP events are on the same day...


21 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The Tales of Hoffmann will be shown in Chatham, New York State (about 40km south of Albany) on July 21st by PS 21 ('Performance Spaces for the 21st Century').

See their web site for details & tickets


20 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The Amsterdam Film Museum / EYE Institute will show The Red Shoes on Wednesday 20th July at 1.30pm. It must be very much a household name there by now.

See their web site for details & tickets


15 - 24 July
Barbara Siek tells us:

I don't think this has been posted yet: Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) in Brussels at the Arenberg Film Centre. Showing on 15, 17, 22, 23, and 24 July

See their web site for details & tickets


15 July
Simon Turner tells us:

Stairway To Heaven AKA A Matter of Life and Death will have an open-air screening at Pickering Square in Bangor, Maine on the 15th July under the auspices of the River City Cinema, a non-profit organisation.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The University of Buenos Aires will show The Red Shoes (Las zapatillas rojas) on the 14th July at 3pm in a day of dance in film.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 - 15 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York will show The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp on July 13th at 1pm.

See their web site for details & tickets

Good for them!


12 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The Bracknell Film Society will show Peeping Tom on the 12th July at 7.45pm. Their site says all are welcome. This film society has been going for more than 50 years.

See their web site for details & tickets


12 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The EPPC Hudson Institute in Washington DC will show Stairway To Heaven (A Matter of Life and Death) as a part of their Summer Movie Series on July 12th at 5.30pm. There will be 'free pizza, popcorn, candy and soda' and the film will also be followed by a discussion. Quite a package!

See their web page for details & tickets


8 July

The LA County Museum of Art will be showing I Know Where I'm Going! on July 8, 2011 at 9:15pm It's a part of their series "Celebrating Classic Cinema: Curator and Audience Favorites"

They say of it:
Among the jewels in the crown of post-war British cinema are the films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger whose rhapsodic melodramas The Red Shoes and Black Narcissisus (sic) were rediscovered by cinephiles in the 1970s, in large part due to their hallucinatory use of saturated color. Last screened at LACMA in the 1977 Powell-Pressburger retrospective, this ironically titled, early black and white masterpiece stars brilliant stage actress Wendy Hiller (in one of her rare screen performances) as sophisticated career gal Joan Webster who loses her way, her resolve, and her heart while stranded by a storm en route to the Isle of Kiloran where she is to marry "the richest man in the England." The journey, the British landscape, and the afterlife figure prominently in the Powell-Pressburger oeuvre but the misty Scottish coastline, with its gothic castles and ancient legends, provides a perfect setting for this romantic tale that is permeated with a sense of the supernatural. "Despite its wartime setting, I Know Where I'm Going! is a not a period piece: it is a modern folktale, complete with hero, maiden, a curse, and a difficult trial that pits them against death. By daring to mix a love story with fantasy elements, the film argues for intuition and destiny rather than planning and strategy, and for not being too certain of anything." - Bright Lights Film Journal

See their web site for details & tickets


8 July
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be screened in perhaps the last possible cinema in Aquitaine, France, at Cinema Le Parnasse in Mimizan - between Bordeaux and Bayonne - on the 8th July at 9.30pm.

See their web site (PDF) for details & tickets


8 July
Simon Turner tells us:

Here's a PnP film that doesn't get many outings: Contraband will be shown at the 58th Street Library, New York, USA on July 8th at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


7 - 19 July
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Denfert cinema in Paris will have 6 screenings of The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges). The dates and times will be the 7th July at 2pm, 9th July at 1.30pm, 12th July at 2pm, 14th July at 2pm, 17th July at 11.50am and 19th July at 2pm.

See their web page for details & tickets


7 July
Simon Turner tells us:

Townsville Cinema Group of Townsville, Queensland, Australia will celebrate its birthday with a screening of They're a Weird Mob at 7.15pm on the 7th July at the Warrina Cineplex. It will be shown in combination with the little-seen Journey Out Of Darkness.

See their web site for details & tickets


5 July
Simon Turner tells us:

Cranford Public Library in Cranford, New Jersey will feature both The Red Shoes and A Canterbury Tale in its 13 film, 2 month Friends Classic Film Series programme (which also included I Know Where I'm Going! a couple of weeks ago). The Red Shoes will be shown on July 5th, while A Canterbury Tale is scheduled for July 26th.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 July
Nicky Smith tells us:

This might be of interest to some people.

They're a Weird Mob will be showing in a double bill of Aussie fare with The Adventures of Barry McKenzie. Part of the season of Australian films guest curated and introduced by Ian Christie, the Anniversary Professor of Film and Media History, Birkbeck, University of London. It's all happening at the British Museum on Saturday 2 July.

See their web site for details & tickets.

Nicky adds:
I have to say that given that there isn't much of a gap between the two films, I could do without the talk...


1 - 14 July
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the West End Cinema, Washington, DC from 1 - 14 July

See their web site for details & tickets


29 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The film group of Thirsk - in North Yorkshire between Harrogate and Middlesbrough - will show The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp on June the 29th.

See their web site for details & tickets

Update: I enquired further into the Thirsk Blimp event, and in fact it's a discussion group where everyone sees the DVD beforehand rather than at the time on the 29th. Sorry if anyone had planned to go. They welcome all to join them if just the discussion appeals. It's at Thirsk library. Here is a contact email address: mpjones777@hotmail.com


28 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Iris Cinema in Questembert, Brittany, France will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 29th April at 8.30pm, 1st May at 5.30pm and 28th June at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) has an extra date in Paris at the Grand Action cinema on the 28th June, at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The CaixaForum in Tarragona, Spain - 50 or 60 km from Barcelona - will show The Thief of Bagdad (El ladrón de Bagdad) on the 27th June at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Thief of Bagdad (Il ladro di Bagdad) will be showing at the Cinema Il Ritrovato festival in Bologna, Italy on the 26th of June.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 June & 2 July
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Studio des Ursulines in Paris will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 25th June and 2nd July at 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 June
Ewa Reeves tells us:

I am writing to let you know that we are opening a small cinema club in Warsaw, Poland where Foundation that I represent resides and decided to screen the first film for the opening... The Red Shoes (Czerwone trzewiki). May be it is a good news for you as well;-))))

See their web site for details & tickets

Ewa adds:
I am happy P&P Appreciation Society is doing very well. Keep doing fantastic work!


25 June
Simon Turner tells us:

There will be an open-air showing of The Red Shoes by the Danish Cinemateket at Ofelia Beach, Copenhagen, Denmark on the 25th June at 10pm. Other films showing in this 4-day, 6 film, fest. include Lon Chaney's Phantom of the Opera, The Big Lebowski, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, and Donnie Darko. Now I want to be there near that Cinemateket rather than the Stockholm one which shows no film at all now for 3 months! WHY??? ! (In the voice of Leonide Massine.)

See their web site for details & tickets


25 June
Simon Turner tells us:

L'Archipel cinema in Paris will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 25th June at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


24 - 30 June
Simon Turner tells us:

There will be 5 screenings for his Jack Cardiff documentary Cameraman: The Life and Times of Jack Cardiff at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston: June 24th at 6pm; the 25th and 26th at 11am; the 29th at 6pm; and the 30th at 4pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


24 June - 16 July
Simon Turner tells us:

Taiwan is the place to be this June!

Michael Powell will be the Director in Focus this year.
See their web site for details

2011 Taipei Film Festival will launch on June 24 this year. As London was voted the favorite choice for Focus City, this year the film selection will center on works by several prestigious directors from the UK, including Alfred Hitchcock, David Lean and Tony Richardson, as well as the masterpieces by the Director in Focus this year: Michael Powell.

Spanning more than 5 decades, the Classic Selection will feature many films, among them The 39 Steps by Alfred Hitchcock from as early as 1935, Brief Encounter by David Lean in 1945, to If...., directed by Lindsay Anderson in 1968. And the list does not end here. A special selection of films is dedicated to Michael Powell, the Director in Focus this year. The Tales of Hoffmann, Black Narcissus along with 3 other classics will be presented to pay tribute to his groundbreaking work. The world did not acknowledge Michael Powell's achievement until much later when famed directors, such as Martin Scorsese and Francis F. Coppola publicly praised his originality and vision. Taiwanese audiences have seen a lot of movies under Powell's influence without realizing it. This is a great opportunity to see the master's works during the festival.

Black Narcissus kicks off the PnP selection of the Taipei Film Festival. BN will be shown on the 24th of June at 12.40pm and the 11th July at 9.30pm. Here's the Black Narcissus page. Hopefully, it will be spotted by all those who wish to see it, as the 24th doesn't appear to be included amongst the dates of the main programme.

I Know Where I'm Going! is next in line, and will be screened on consecutive days, the weekend of the 24th and 25th June, at 1.30pm and 10.30am, respectively. Here's the IKWIG page. Unfortunately, I Know Where I'm Going! doesn't appear on the listings by date (the 25th) on either day despite the fact that the rest of the PnP films other than BN are part of the main listings (so there's no consistent separation between old and new films). I'll mail them about it.

Next in line is the most impressive of the festival's PnP selections for being the most uncompromising, The Tales of Hoffmann, which will be screened on the 4th July at 7.20pm and the 9th July at 4pm. Here's the ToH page.

The Small Back Room joins The Tales of Hoffmann for a superb, unusual, double-bill on the 9th July. SBR will be screened at 10.30am on the 9th, plus 6.10pm on the 12th July. Here's the SBR page.

The Taipei Film Festival's PnP focus turns finally to Michael Powell's own favourite of their films: A Matter Of Life And Death. AMOLAD will be screened on the 10th July at 3pm. The second PnP double-bill is set up by AMOLAD joining The Small Back Room - the film MP once spoke of as the best he'd made - on the 12th July at 12.50pm. Here's the AMOLAD page.


24 & 26 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Grand Action cinema in Paris will have additional screenings of The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges), tomorrow (24th June) at 2pm, plus the 26th June at 3.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


24 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Phil Mechanic Studios in Asheville, North Carolina will screen The Red Shoes as part of its Classic World Cinema Foreign Film Series on June 24th at 8pm. It looks like an interesting venue.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 - 28 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinemanivel in Redon, Brittany in France will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 23rd June at 8.45pm, 26th June at 6.25pm, 27th June at 8.25pm and the 28th June at 6.25pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be shown at the Cinéma Le Rabelais à Chinon, (40 km from Tours), France on the 23rd of June.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 - 28 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Studio 43 at Dunkirk (Dunkerque), France will have 5 screenings of Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) in June. BN will play on the 22nd June at 5pm; the 24th at 7pm; the 25th and 26th at 9pm; and the 28th at 12.10pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 June
Simon Turner tells us:

El Cine - film club - Luis Berti at Belgrano, Buenas Aires, Argentina will show The Red Shoes (La zapatillas rojas) on the 22nd June at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 - 22 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The screenings are still coming at the Amsterdam Filmmuseum / EYE Institute, indicating the phenomenon there that The Red Shoes has become. It must be something of a essential must-see for people far beyond those who would normally consider a 60-year old British film at the ex-Film Museum. The latest dates are the 11th, 12th and 15th of June, all at 5pm, plus the 20th, 21st and 22nd all at 5.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


18, 23 & 27 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus will be shown at BFI Southbank in London on the 18th June at 8.40pm the 23rd of June at 8.45pm and 27th June at 6.10pm.

See their web site (nearer the date) for details & tickets

The screening at 6.10pm on the 27th will be introduced by Prof. Ian Christie.


18 & 19 June
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Historic Texas Theatre, Dallas, TX on 18 & 19 June.

"This weekend we're inviting production freelancers of all types in both moving pictures and still photography to get a heavy discount and hang out with your brethren. Just mention what your vocation is and you'll get in to the show for matinee price $6.50 and happy hour all weekend!!"

See their web site for details & tickets


18 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Domont in Domont, 10km north of Paris, is screening Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 18th June at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


17, 18 & 20 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Jacques-Tati (a name to die for!) in Tremblay-en-France by Paris, will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 17th June at 8.45pm; and the 18th and 20th of June at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Rex cinema at Le Palais, in the Bay of Biscay, Bretagne, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 16th June at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Here's an interesting one: a bookstore/cinema - MK2 Quai de Loire in Paris - marks the publication of a book by author Joann Sfar with a screening of a film selected by the author - The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges).

Not only one for the film listings, but a 'famous fan' also, as looking up Sfar, he is said (by wikipedia) to be 'one of the most important artists of the new wave of Franco-Belgian comics.' 'All art is one' as I've heard said somewhere...

The event will be on the 16th June at 8pm, including book signing. Sfar will also present TRS.

See their web site for details & tickets


15 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom (L'occhio che uccide) will be shown today, Wednesday 15th June at Blah, Blah, in Torino (Turin), Italy. It's a bar which features (according to the translation), "cinema, film, djs, performances, music, art, confusion, kitchen, bar, distress, free..." On their Peeping Tom horror (hmmm) evening, which they're calling "Black Wednesday", the film will start at 9.30pm. It is preceded by the grand opening of a new novel, entitled "Italia Suxxx", and is followed by an industrial band, Wuornos Aileen. Actually, it sounds right up my street! Great place; a great choice of film.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 June
Simon Turner tells us:

How about this: The Red Shoes will be showing in Phnom Penh, Cambodia at The Flicks Community Movie House on June 14th at 8pm. The site is in English as it was set up in 2009 for expats and tourists 'who might not like to go to bars, at least not every night'. What a contrast to the beaten-up buildings outside. I would have fancied popping in off the street to The Red Shoes back in '97.

See their web site for details & tickets


12 & 19 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Grand Action cinema in Paris will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) and Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 12th and 19th June at 2pm.

TRS will be shown at 3.30pm on the 19th and at 2pm on the 21st
BN will be shown at 1.30pm on the 19th and at 4.30pm on the 21st

See their web site for details & tickets


12 & 13 June
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Shanghai International Film Festival from the 12th & 13th June.

12 June, Hall2, Studio City Cinema at 18:30
13 June, Hall1,Yong Hua Cinema at 18:30

Director/Producer Craig McCall will be in attendance

See their web site for details & tickets


12 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cinema La Reviere at Etel in Brittany (between Lorient and Auray) will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 12th June at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


12 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be shown in Woollahra, New South Wales - beside Sydney - in Australia at the COA Jack Krygier Centre on the 12th June. Call for the screening time.

See their web site for details


11, 12 & 15 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The screenings are still coming at the Amsterdam Filmmuseum / EYE Institute, indicating the phenomenon there that The Red Shoes has become. It must be something of a essential must-see for people far beyond those who would normally consider a 60-year old British film at the ex-Film Museum. The latest dates are the 11th, 12th and 15th of June, all at 5pm, plus the 20th, 21st and 22nd all at 5.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


11 & 12 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The O Cinema in Miami, Florida, will show Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff on the 11th and 12th of June at 3.15pm and 7.10pm respectively.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 - 12 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Wheeler Opera House in Aspen, Colorado, USA will have 5 screenings of The Red Shoes (kudos to them!) during the 10th to 12th of June. TRS will be screened at 7.30pm on June 10th; and 4.30pm and 7.30pm on both June 11th and 12th.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 June
Simon Turner tells us:

La Bobine cinema in Quimperlé, Brittany, will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 10th June at 9pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be playing on the 9th June at 8.30pm at the Wenneker Cinema in Schiedam - beside Rotterdam - in the Netherlands.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cinema Le Bretagne in Saint-Renan, Brittany will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 9th of June.

See their web site for details & tickets


8 & 15 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Champo cinema in Paris will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 8th and 15th June at 10am.

See their web site for details & tickets


8, 9 & 12 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Le Select at Antony, a few km south of Paris, will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 8th June as part of the Cine-Gouters series playing around Paris.

There turns out to be a couple more TRS dates at the Cinema Le Select at Antony, a few km south of Paris. In addition to the screening on the 8th, The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown on the 9th June at 8.30pm and the 12th June at 2.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


8 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The film society in Moorabbin, Melbourne, Australia located at the Kingston Arts Centre, will show I Know Where I'm Going! on June 8th at 10.30am. The $13 entrance / membership entitles the member to attend all the films screened in 2011. They show a film each week.

See their web site for details & tickets


7 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown at the Cine-Club in Périgueux, Aquitaine (Aquitaine again!) on 7th June at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


7 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Les Allumés de la grande Toile / Le Dauphin at Plougonvelin, Brittany, France will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 7th June.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 & 13 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Filmfoyer at Tilburg in the Netherlands is showing The Red Shoes on the 6th and 13th of June at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 - 8 June
Simon Turner tells us:

There are 4 more screenings of The Red Shoes at the Amsterdam Filmmuseum / EYE Institute this coming week as things start to hot up in it's 6th month! Today's screening is already noted. The others are the 6th June at 5pm, the 7th June at 9.45pm and the 8th June at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 & 8 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Here's another TRS listing for the Netherlands. The Red Shoes will play at Filmhuis Zevenaar (near Arnhem and Nijmegen, by the German border) on both the 6th and 8th of June at 8.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 June
Simon Turner tells us:

As part of their Made in Technicolor Series, Delray Beach Public Library, Florida will show Black Narcissus on the 6th June at 1pm. Interestingly, a 'commentary by assistant director (of Library Services at Delray Beach Public Library) Mykal Banta' is part of the programme.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinéma Etoile in Carantec, Brittany has confirmed to me by email that it is Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) that they will show on the 6th June at 9pm (and not Aguirre: The Wrath of God by Herzog). Cinéma Etoile is the 9th cinema in Brittany to be including PnP in their schedule so far this year.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinematheque Henri Langlois in Tours, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 6th June at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 - ?? June
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Cinémas Palme d'Or - Palm Springs, CA - opens June 3rd

See their web site for details & tickets


3 - 9 June
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at Laemmle's Music Hall 3 in Los Angeles, California from 3rd - 9th June

See their web site for details & tickets


2, 6 & 7, 9, 12 & 13 June
Simon Turner tells us:

The Lux cinema in Caen, Basse-Normandy, France will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) for three days, on June 2nd at 3.50pm, June 6th at 7.15pm and June 7th at 5.30pm. Also the 9th June at 2.15pm, the 12th June at 7.15pm and the 13th at 5.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 & 7 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Cap Cinema Perigueux - Multiplexe in Aquitaine, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) tomorrow (2nd June) at 1.45pm and the 7th June at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Yes, the Amsterdam TRS bandwagon rolls on (and on and on!) The Red Shoes will be shown at the Filmmuseum / EYE Institute on the 1st June at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 June
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) will be shown on the 1st of June at the Cinema L'Image at Plougastel-Daoulas - another for Brittany.

See their web site for details & tickets


31 May
Simon Turner tells us:

La Salamandre cinema at Morlaix, Brittany (where else? !) will be screening Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 31st May at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


29 May
Simon Turner tells us:

A PnP double-bill is to be seen at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith, London on the 29th of May: A Matter of Life and Death & The Red Shoes. It's not obligatory to see both (but who amongst us could resist) as separate times are given though one is after the other. AMOLAD is on at 1.30pm preceding TRS at 3.30pm. You LUCKY PEOPLE.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 May
Simon Turner tells us:

At 7pm on the 28th May, The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown at the Theatre De L'Espace in Besançon, Bourgogne.

Followed by The Big Red Party. To participate, the dress code of the evening is red: the feet, nails, cheeks, a t-shirt, a flower, a tie, a pair of socks ... your turn!

See their web site for details & tickets


27 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Fa-Mi-La at Bray-Dunes, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 27th May at 8pm. It will follow a discussion on the film by the film club.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Eastchester Branch Library in the Bronx/Laconia, New York will be showing The Red Shoes on May 27th at 12 noon.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Cinema Jean Eustache at Pessac just beside Bordeaux in Aquitaine, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 26th May.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Thringstone Community Centre near Coalville (between Derby and Leicester) have confirmed that they will hold a lecture on The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp between 2pm and 3.45pm on the 25th May.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) will be screened on the 25th May at 8.30pm at La Belle Equipe - Cinema D'Argoat in Callac, in Brittany (of course!), France.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 May
Simon Turner tells us:

This is one of my favourite PnP listings so far: Black Narcissus at Hanover, New Hampshire, USA, where Michael Powell taught at Dartmouth College in 1980. Finding the listing also led me to this wonderful recollection by the cinema writer David Thomson, to be found on the PnP site at http://www.powell-pressburger.org/Obits/Powell/Indy2.html

Here is the link for Black Narcissus, which will play at the Hood Museum of Art on May 25th at 7pm, http://hop.dartmouth.edu/films/dfs-film-black-narcissus


25 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Athenaeum Centre in Warminster - between Bristol and Salisbury - on the 25th May at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The film club of Mortimer, which is a few kilometres south of Reading, will show Black Narcissus at 7.30pm on the 23rd May at St. John's School.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) will be shown at the Cinema Jeanne D'Arc in Gourin, Brittany, France on the 23rd May at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 & 23 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmtheater Gigant in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, will show The Red Shoes at 3.45pm on the 22nd May and 8pm on the 23rd.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 & 29 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Verkadefabriek in Den Bosch, the Netherlands will show The Red Shoes on both May 22nd and the 29th at 4.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown at the Kursaal - L'Espace Cinéma in Besançon on the 22nd May at 8pm. (The Kursaal is a different L'Espace Cinema rather than a separate room at the Theatre De L'Espace.)

See their web site for details & tickets


22 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown at Cine Breiz in Rostrenen, Brittany, France on the 22nd May at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Late TONIGHT (21st May), The Tyneside Cinema at Newcastle Upon Tyne will show Peeping Tom. Technically, it's on Sunday morning as PT starts at a quarter over midnight.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 & 22 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Cines Carne at Saint-Michel-sur-Orge, France, south of Paris, will follow up their three days of Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) at the end of March with two screenings of The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) in the coming days. TRS will be shown on the 20th May at 8.45pm and the 22nd at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia, USA will show A Matter of Life and Death (as Stairway to Heaven) on May 20th at 6.30pm - at the Leslie Cheek Theatre. AMOLAD has been chosen as the finale for the VMFA's FRiday Films series.

See their web site for details & tickets


19 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown on the 19th May at 20.15 at the Cineclub in Saint-Ouen, just north of Paris.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Kinemathek Lichtspiel in Bern, Switzerland will show The Red Shoes today (the 9th) and the 18th May, at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Malbank Impact Community Centre at Nantwich, 25 km west of Stoke-on-Trent will show The Red Shoes on the 18th of May in Malbank school hall.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 & 17 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Club cinema in Douarnenez in Brittany, France will have two screenings of Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir), at 8.45pm on the 16th May and 6pm on the 17th.

See their web site for details & tickets


15, 18 & 21 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Helsinki, Finland's Kino Tulio - through the auspices of the National Audiovisual Archive - will show The Red Shoes (Punaiset kengät) for three days on the 15th May at 5pm, 18th May at 6pm and 21st May at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 - 21 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Amsterdam Film Museum / EYE Institute has new dates for The Red Shoes - approaching 6 months in attendance - with this week's additions: the 14th May at 4pm and 18th May at 6.30pm. A TRS will also be shown on Saturday the 21st at 4.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


14, 18 & 22 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Brady cinema in Paris will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 14th and 18th May at 3.30pm; and 22nd May at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 - 16 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image) in Melbourne, will show The Red Shoes on the 14th and 15th of May at 11am, and on the 16th May at 1pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 - ?? May
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be shown at the Quad Cinema in New York, NY. Opens Fri. May 13th.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Gifford Village Hall, 5km south of Haddington and 30 km east of Edinburgh, will show Black Narcissus on the 13th May at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Film Fridays on May 13th at the South Florida Museum in Bradenton, Florida, USA sees the showing of Peeping Tom, at 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Herne Bay Little Theatre, 10 km north of 'Can'erbery' will have two screenings of The Red Shoes on the 13th May, at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


12 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Rocamadour at Camaret-sur-Mer, Brittany, France will show Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) tomorrow (the 12th) at 8.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


12 - 15 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Another screening in the north of New York State is helping to make the area a mini Aquitaine, France for PnP preference! The latest is at Cornell University, Ithaca, 80km from both Syracuse and Binghamton. The Red Shoes will be shown on 3 days at 7.15pm: the 12th, 14th and 15th of May.

See their web site for details & tickets


11 - 17 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown for 7 days at the Multiplexe Metropolis in Charleville-Mézières, Champagne-Ardenne, France. Following today's 4pm showing, TRS will be screened at this time each day up to and including the 17th May.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 & 16 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes is playing again at the Plaza Futura in Eindhoven, The Netherlands at 7.30pm on both the 10th and 16th of May.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Kerfany cinema in Moelan sur Mer, Brittany will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse Noir) on the 10th May at 5pm and 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Agora cinema at Châteaulin, Bretagne, France (between Quimper and Brest) will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse Noir) on the 9th May at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Ipswich Film Theatre will show The Red Shoes on the 9th May at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


7 May

The Montreal Movie Club (in beautiful, relaxed Montreal, Canada!) will show The Red Shoes, and include a discussion with the screening, on May 7th at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


7 May

The Cinema du Port at Île-Tudy in Brittany will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 7th of May at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


6, 7 & 10 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Thief of Bagdad (Le voleur de Bagdad) will be showing for three days just south of Paris at Ivry-sur-Seine on May 6th at 8.30pm, and May 7th and 10th at 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


5 May
Simon Turner tells us:

On the 5th May, Black Narcissus (Die Schwarze Narzisse) will be showing at Kino Xenix in Zurich, Switzerland.

See their web page for details & tickets


5 May

I thought I'd found a screening in Holland that Simon had missed. But it's in Holland, Michigan :)

The Saugatuck-Douglas District Library in Holland, MI will be showing Black Narcissus on 20 April & The Red Shoes on 5 May. All shows begin at 7pm.

See the web site for details


4, 6, 7 & 11 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmmuseum / EYE Institute in Amsterdam will show The Red Shoes on the 4th May at 12.45pm. Also at 4pm on the 6th, 7th and 11th of May.

See their web site for details & tickets


4 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) will be shown at cinema Studios du Chapeau Rouge in Quimper, Brittany, France on the 4th May at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Delray Beach Public Library in Florida, USA will show The Red Shoes on May 2nd at 1pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 & 8 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Nouvel Odeon cinema in Paris will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 1st and 8th May at 11am.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Iris Cinema in Questembert, Brittany, France will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 29th April at 8.30pm, 1st May at 5.30pm and 28th June at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 May
Simon Turner tells us:

A Matter of Life and Death will be showing again, this time at the Curzon Millbank in London, on the 1st May.

See their web site (nearer the date) for details & tickets


1 May
Simon Turner tells us:

In fact, A Matter of Life and Death is also being screened at the festival at George Eastman House in Rochester, to the far north of New York State. It's showing on the 1st May at 1pm, following the documentary Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff which is on at 11am.

See their web site for details & tickets


30 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Also part of the festival at George Eastman House (at Rochester in New York State by Lake Ontario) between the end of April and start of May is Gone To Earth on at 10.30am on April 30th.

See their web site for details & tickets

Kudos to them for selecting a less recognised PnP great!

Not only that, they say they'll be showing from the nitrate Technicolor print which was donated to the George Eastman House by the Selznick family in 1999.


29 & 30 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will have 3 screenings at the Milburn Stone Memorial Center, 20 km west of Newark in Maryland, USA. It will be shown on the 29th and 30th April at 8pm, with an additional screening on the 30th at 3pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


29 April
Simon Turner tells us:

A double-bill of Black Narcissus and Age of Consent will be showing at the Aero Theatre, Santa Monica, USA on the 29th April starting at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


29 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Iris Cinema in Questembert, Brittany, France will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 29th April at 8.30pm, 1st May at 5.30pm and 28th June at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 April - 10 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse Noir) will have 11 screenings at the Eldorado cinema in Dijon, Bourgogne, France. These will be on the 28th April at 4pm and 9.45pm; the 29th at 8.15pm; the 30th at 4pm; the 1st of May at 12 midday and 8pm; the 2nd at 6pm; the 3rd at 4pm; the 6th at 8.40pm; the 8th at 4pm; and the 10th at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 April - 4 May
Simon Turner tells us:

There's a Jack Cardiff retrospective at the Pacific Cinematheque in Vancouver, Canada.

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be shown on April 28th at 7pm, April 29th at 9pm, April 30th and May 1st at 4.30pm; and May 2nd at 9pm.

Black Narcissus will be screened on April 30th at 8.50pm, May 1st at 6.30pm and May 4th at 7pm.

The Red Shoes will be shown on April 28th at 8.45pm, April 29th at 6.30pm and May 1st at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 April
Simon Turner tells us:

It's hard to keep track of the PnP films that one doesn't expect to see. I'll often just not have time to get to them. I'm happy to be able to report a screening of perhaps their most unfairly underrated film - according to me - the excellent They're a Weird Mob. TaWM will be showing in Charters Towers, Queensland, Australia (about 100km inland from Townsville) on the 28th April at 10am. It's at the World Theatre location and is part of their Ten Days In The Towers festival.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmmuseum / EYE Institute in Amsterdam will show The Red Shoes on the 27th April - at 4pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 April
Simon Turner tells us:

La Pagode cinema in Paris will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 27th April at 10.30am.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom will be showing at the Sheffield Showroom on the 26th April at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Greenwich Picturehouse, in London, will show The Red Shoes on the 25th of April.

See their web site for details & tickets


24, 25 April & 2 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Chasse Theater in Breda, The Netherlands will show The Red Shoes at 7.20pm on both the 25th April and 2nd of May.

See their web site for details & tickets

An extra date has been added to the TRS screenings at the Chassé Cinema in Breda, the Netherlands: the 24th April at 11am.


24 - 27 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmtheater in Hilversum (between Amsterdam and Amersfoort) has 6 screenings of The Red Shoes this month. They are the 24th April at 3.45pm; the 25th at 2.30pm; the 26th at 2.30pm and 8.15pm; and the 27th at 3.45 pm and 6.45 pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 April - 2 May
Simon Turner tells us:

Also showing as part of their 'Seniors' Cinema' ('fine films for grown-up tastes') at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image in Melbourne, will be Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff, on at 11am on the 23rd of April, 1.30pm on the 25th of April, 11am on the 1st May, plus 1.30pm on the 2nd May.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Brussels Cinemateket in Belgium will show Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) on the 23rd April at 7pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 April - 4 May
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be screened at the Lux cinema in Valence, Rhône-Alpes, France from the 22nd April to the 4th May.

This is the full schedule: 22/04 at 16h and 18h30, 23/04 at 15h, 19h15 and 21h30, 24/04 at 17h and 20h, 27/04 at 14h, 18h15 and 20h45, 28/04 at 14h, 19h15 and 21h30, 29/04 at 14h, 30/04 at 14h, 19h15 and 21h30, 04/05 at 14h and 20h.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 April
Simon Turner tells us:

A Canterbury Tale will comprise one of the Friday Film Nights of the MK Gallery in Milton Keynes on the 22nd of April, at 6.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be shown at the Spencer Creek Grange, Eugene, Oregon, USA on April 22nd at 7pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 April
Tom T. tells us:

The Wexner Center for the Arts on the campus of The Ohio State University will be showing Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff along with A Matter of Life and Death on Thursday, April 21st.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown at Espace Malraux in Chambéry, Rhône-Alpes, France on the 21st April at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 - 26 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Paris cinema, not in Paris but in in Forbach, Lorraine (by the German border, 5km from Saarbrucken) will have 25 screenings of Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir). Yes, twenty five.

Black Narcissus will be shown on the 20th to 26th, each day at 2pm, 4pm, 6pm and 8.40pm. Another impressive case of a French cinema rating The Red Shoes or Black Narcissus as worthy of general release status.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 - 21 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The University of Northern Colorado will show The Red Shoes on the 20th & 21st April.

See their web site for details


20 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmmuseum - EYE Institute in Amsterdam will screen The Red Shoes on the 20th April at 1.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 April

I thought I'd found a screening in Holland that Simon had missed. But it's in Holland, Michigan :)

The Saugatuck-Douglas District Library in Holland, MI will be showing Black Narcissus on 20 April & The Red Shoes on 5 May. All shows begin at 7pm.

See the web site for details


19 April

The Robinson Film Center of Louisiana in Shreveport will show The Red Shoes on April 19th at 10.30am.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Frye Art Museum in Seattle, USA will show The Red Shoes on April 17th at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 April

Vince Risner of The Celluloid Society in Middletown, Ohio tells us that they will be screening Gone to Earth on 17 April

Contact Vince at celluloidsociety@sbcglobal.net for details. The films will be shown in the Middletown Public Library Community Rm. 125 S. Broad St. Middletown, Ohio. All films start at 2:00pm. and admission is free. You must be 18yrs. of age to attend.


17 April
Simon Turner tells us:

I Know Where I'm Going! gets a showing in Scotland on the 17th April at 7.30pm in the Penicuik Town Hall, 15 km from Edinburgh. (To be confirmed)

See their web site for details & tickets


16 & 19 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be shown again in the Netherlands, at Filmtheater Luxor in Zutphen (15km from Apeldoorn) at 9pm on the 16th April, and 2.30pm on the 19th April.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 April - 17 July
Simon Turner tells us:

This following event isn't solely PnP-focussed (so many not be listings-worthy) but The Deutsche Kinemathek Museum for Film in Berlin and the Kunsthalle in Emden Germany have an exhibition of cinematic storyboards / illustrated film scripts. "The exhibition will present the storyboards alongside the original film sequences and other works by fine artists which are aesthetically or conceptually related to the storyboard." Michael Powell is one of the 15 or 16 directors included.

The dates are Kunsthalle Emden, 16 April - 17 July 2011, Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum für Film und Fernsehen Berlin, 18 August - 4 December 2011.

See their web site for details


16 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Tales of Hoffmann will be shown on 16th April, at St. Andrews Church, by the Cheltenham Opera Society after their annual general meeting. There will be a buffet supper in the interval. 'Start times are: tea at 5.00pm, AGM at 5.30pm and DVD at 6.15pm'.

See their web site for details & tickets


15 - 30 April
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be shown at the Minneapolis - Saint Paul International Film Festival in Minnesota. 15th-30th April 2011 (venue and times TBA).

Director and producer Craig McCall will be attending and introducing the documentary.

See their web site for details & tickets


15 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Sonoma Film Institute at Sonoma State University, California, will show I Know Where I'm Going! at 7pm on April 15th.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus will be screened on the 14th April, at 7.30pm, at the Phoenix cinema in Exeter.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Wimbledon Film Club will show Peeping Tom on the 14th of April at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmmuseum, Amsterdam obviously believes there's more mileage yet in The Red Shoes - after 13 weeks - as there's another screening there on the 13th April at 4pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 April
Simon Turner tells us:

I like this one: Gone to Earth will be shown on 13th April at the Caban in Brynrefail village 2 miles north of Llanberis (10km south of Bangor) ... Films start at 7.30pm, or more accurately - sometime after 7.30pm when everyone's finished the delicious food ... Membership is available on the door on film nights for a cost of £5 per lifetime: after this film entrance is £3. Member's guests who are not resident in the area may watch a film for £4.

Hosted by the "Occasional Film Society"

See their web site for details & tickets


12 & 13 April
Simon Turner tells us:

And here is a further listing for The Red Shoes in the Netherlands: at Filmhuis W in Wegeningen, 10km west of Arnhem. TRS will be showing on the 12th and 13th of April at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


12 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom (Le Voyeur) will be shown at Café ciné at Sotteville-lès-Rouen by Rouen, in Haute-Normandie, France on the 12th April at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


11 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmhuis Lumen in beautiful Delft, the Netherlands, is following up its screening last month of The Red Shoes with, on Monday (the 11th April), a showing of Black Narcissus at 7.45pm. Good for them!

See their web site for details & tickets


11 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield will show Peeping Tom on the 11th of April at 6.10pm. Introduced by Ian Christie.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 & 11 April
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Riverrun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 10th April at 4:00 pm in UNCSA Gold Theatre. 11th April at 11:00 am in a/perture cinema

Director and producer Craig McCall will be attending and introducing the documentary.

See their web site for details & tickets


10April
Simon Turner tells us:

This is one I'd really like to be at - a showing of The Tales of Hoffmann. It'll be screened this Sunday - the 10th - at Tri-Cities Opera in Binghamton, New York State (100 km south of Syracuse and 250 km approx. from New York City).

See their web site for details & tickets


10 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be shown at the River Run International Film Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA at 7pm on April 10th in the UNCSA Gold Theater.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 April
Simon Turner tells us:

A Canterbury Tale will be showing at the University of Oklahoma in the Meacham Auditorium, on April 10th at 5pm as part of their Medieval Film series. Presentation by Joyce Coleman (Professor of English).

See their web site for details & tickets


9, 11 & 12 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Odeon cinema at Cherbourg, Basse-Normandie, France is showing Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) for 3 days: the 9th of April at 6pm, the 11th at 10pm and the 12th at 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 - 11 + 24 & 26 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Right on cue, here comes that retrospective? The BFI will screen Peeping Tom 5 times in April. It will be shown at NFT3 on the 9th April at 8.30pm, and the 10th at 8.40pm. On the 11th April at 6.10pm, it will be shown at NFT2. The final two screenings will be at Studio on the 24th April and 6.30pm and the 26th April at 6.40pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 & 11 April
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Sarasota Film Festival in Florida, USA. 9th April at 4:45 pm in Regal Cinemas Hollywood 20 Theater 12. 11th April at 4:30 pm in Regal Cinemas Hollywood 20 Theater 11.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 & 11 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be shown in another location over the next couple of days: at the Filmhuis in Bussum, 10km south-east of Amsterdam. It is on tomorrow (the 9th April) at 9.30pm plus the 11th April at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Rubin Museum of Art is showing The Red Shoes at 9.30pm on April the 9th. 'Each film is introduced by a notable guest to provide context'. The presenter of TRS is Benjamin Millepied, dancer and choreographer from the New York City Ballet.

See their web site for details & tickets


8 - 11 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Studio Orson Wells in Amiens, Picardie, France will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) for 4 days. The schedule will be April 8th at 10pm, the 9th at 5.30pm, 10th at 2.30pm and 11th at 6.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


8 April
Steve Crook tells us:

The David Lean Cinema at The Clocktower in Croydon will be showing The Red Shoes at 5:30pm and A Matter of Life and Death at 8pm on 8 April.

They've invited me along to answer any questions in the discussion afterwards

See their web site for details & tickets


7 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be screened at EMPAC in Troy in New York State (between Boston and Syracuse) at 7.30pm on April 7th.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Stansted Mountfitchet U3A Free Church close by the airport will show A Matter of Life and Death on April 6th at 1.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be playing at the Film Museum / EYE on the 6th April at 4pm.

See their web site for details & tickets

This may be the last screening this time! A Josef von Sternberg retrospective has to be made way for, so at least there's a worthy successor in the schedules.


6 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Metro Cinema in Seattle, USA will show A Matter of Life and Death on April the 6th at 7pm and 9.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 - 7 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Well done to the Abbeygate Picturehouse at Bury St. Edmunds' (between Ipswich and Cambridge) which will show The Red Shoes for 5 days in April. TRS will screen on the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th April.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 & 5 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Chapter in Cardiff, Wales will show Peeping Tom for two days (more than the single date at a cinema in the UK - well done!) on the 3rd April at 5pm and the 5th April at 2.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Munich Film Museum, Germany will show Peeping Tom (Augen der angst) on April 3rd at 5.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cinema Etoile in Saulieu, Bourgogne, France (50km west of Dijon) will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on April 3rd at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Nice to see - the wonderful - A Canterbury Tale getting a screening. A Canterbury Tale will be shown at the Gulbenkian Cinema in Canterbury at the University of Kent, on the 3rd of April, at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 & 5 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmhuis in Gouda, The Netherlands - between The Hague and Utrecht - will show The Red Shoes on the 2nd of April at 7pm and the 5th April, at 8.30pm. The screening on the 5th April will be introduced by Sara Hoogveld.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be screened at Weis Cinema in the Bard College of New York State at Annandale-on-Hudson (between Poughkeepsie and Albany), on April 2nd at 7pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 April
Simon Turner tells us:

The University of St. Andrews offers a Powell and Pressburger day school on the 2nd April between 10am and 4pm.

Great Directors: Powell & Pressburger - A Perfect Partnership
Dr Graeme Finnie
Saturday 2nd April 2011, 10.00 am to 4.00 pm: Day school fees: £30, concessions £25

Over the course of the 1940s and 50s the collaborative film-making partnership of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger created a number of highly memorable films such as Black Narcissus and A Matter of Life and Death and their vivid and imaginative films, infused with passion and fantasy, assures them a place as major figures in British cinema. With extensive clips, critical insight and analysis this day school will explore the remarkable and visionary cinematic world created by film-makers well ahead of their time.

As well as the opportunity to become acquainted with some splendid films made by master film-makers in a relaxed and informative group of like-minded film fans, there will also be plenty of time for discussion of the many themes and concerns raised. The class will finish with a full screening of their classic 1945 film I Know Where I'm Going!, a film full of classic Powell and Pressburger themes of superstition, myth and folklore as a young city girl makes a journey of self-discovery on her way to the Scottish islands to marry a wealthy industrialist. Lyrical and with superb cinematography this promises to be a great way to end the day!

See their web site for details & tickets


1 & 4 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Florian cinema at Vaison-La-Romaine in the Côte d'Azur (between Avignon and Montelimar) will show Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) on the 1st and 4th of April at 6.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


31 March - 11 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Cinematographe cinema at Nantes, Pays de la Loire, France, will show Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) on the 31st of March at 6.30pm.

In addition to the single date for Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) in March, there will be a further 4 screenings in April at Le Cinematographe cinema in Nantes, Pays de la Loire, France. The first date on 31st of March at 6.30pm, will be followed by 3rd of April at 8.30pm, plus at 6.30pm on the 5th, 8th and 11th of April.

See their web site for details & tickets


31 March
Richard King tells us:

Richard King of the Egerton Film Society has emailed me to say that they will be showing A Matter of Life and Death on Thursday 31st March. At 7 for 7:30 at the Millennium Hall, Egerton, Nr.Ashford, Kent

All Are Welcome - Tickets: Members £3.00 - Non Members £4.00
Phone 01233 756592 for more information
Light refreshments and Licensed Bar.

See their web site for details & tickets


30 March - 12 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse Noir) will have 17 screenings over 14 days at the Les Toiles cinema in Saint-Gratien, north of Paris. BN will be shown on March 30th and 31st at 8.50pm; April 1st at 6.30pm; the 2nd at 2pm and 6.15pm; the 3rd and 4th at 2pm and 8.50pm; the 5th at 6pm; the 6th at 4.10pm; the 7th at 8.45pm; the 9th at 4.10pm; the 9th and 10th at 4.10pm; the 11th at 4.10pm and 8.45pm; and the 12th at 6.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


30 March - 5 April
Simon Turner tells us:

Another Star Cinema in Strasbourg continues where the Star Saint-Exupery left off (with its 14 screenings of BN), with another 9 screenings of Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) between 30 March and the 5th of April. The times are 4.05pm on every one of these days, plus 11am on the 2nd and 3rd (in addition to 4.05pm on those days).

See their web site for details & tickets


30 March & 1 April
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Wisconsin Film Festival in Madison, Wisconsin. 30th March at 6:15 pm & 1st April at 5:45 pm in Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

See their web site for details & tickets


29 March
Simon Turner tells us:

On the 29th March at 6pm, The Hub National Centre for Craft and Design in Sleaford, between Nottingham and Skegness, is showing The Red Shoes.

This will be preceded by a talk by Dr Viv Burr, Reader in Psychology at the University of Huddersfield who will explore women's identities through footwear.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 - 30 March
Simon Turner tells us:

I'm going to stop announcing the final date for The Red Shoes in Amsterdam at the Filmmuseum / EYE Institute - it's still screening there, for what I believe is the 13th week. The times this week are 9.30pm on the 28th and 29th, and 2.45pm on the 30th.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmhuis Lumen in Delft - perhaps the loveliest town in The Netherlands - will show The Red Shoes at 7.30pm on the 28th March.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 & 31 March & 3 April
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Hong Kong International Film Festival in Hong Kong & Macau

Director and producer Craig McCall will be attending and introducing the documentary

See their web site for details & tickets


27 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Ritz Cinema at Belper (located to the south, west and north of Chesterfield, Nottingham and Derby, respectively) will show The Red Shoes at 2.30pm on Sunday 27th March.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 March

Vince Risner of The Celluloid Society in Middletown, Ohio tells us that they will be screening A Canterbury Tale on 27 March

Contact Vince at celluloidsociety@sbcglobal.net for details. The films will be shown in the Middletown Public Library Community Rm. 125 S. Broad St. Middletown, Ohio. All films start at 2:00pm. and admission is free. You must be 18yrs. of age to attend.


26 - 29 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Cine Carné at Saint-Michel-sur-Orge, France, south of Paris, will show Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) on 26th March at 4.15pm, on the 27th at 6.15pm and the 29th at 6.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 & 27 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be shown at Filmhuis de Spiegel in Heerlen (20km from Maastricht) on the 26th March at 9.15pm, and the 27th at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Action Christine cinema in Paris will have 5 screenings of Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) all on the same day on the 25th March at 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm and 10pm. That could be an indulgent day, with two or three screenings, and French food and coffee in between!

See their web site for details & tickets


25 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The North Carolina Museum of Art will show The Red Shoes at 8pm on March 25th.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 - 28 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be screening at Le Méliès cinema in Villeneuve-d'Ascq, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France for 4 days, at 9pm today (the 23rd) and on the 26th March; 4.45pm on the 27th and 8.45pm on the 28th.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 - 29 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Star Saint-Exupery at Strasbourg, Alsace, France will have 14 screenings of Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir), starting today. Luckily for me, listings-wise, the times are the same for each day: on the 23rd to the 29th March at 2pm and 6.05pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 - 29 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) will be shown for 3 days at L'Arlequin cinema in Nyons, Rhône-Alpes, France. That's 8 cinemas so far in the region showing PnP. The dates are 23rd March at 9pm, 27th March at 7.30pm and 29th March at 4.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The University of Paris Ouest will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 22nd March at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 - 24 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes is showing at Cinema 21 in Portland, Oregon from Sun 20 March - Thu 24 March.

See their web site for details & tickets


19 - 26 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown at Le Rex cinema at Nogent-le-Rotrou, Centre, France on the 19th and 20th March at 4.30pm, 21st March at 8.15pm and the 22nd March at 2.30pm. Then at 4.45pm on the 23rd, 2pm on the 26th March and 4.15pm on the 27th.

See their web site for details & tickets


19 March

Behind the Mask: Production Designer Michael Howells on Black Narcissus 13:30
A BAFTA public event

Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH

In the first of our series of introduced screenings, we welcome production designer Michael Howells who will be opening with what is surely one of the most visually sumptuous and emotionally charged cinematic masterpieces of the last century. Powell and Pressburger's Black Narcissus (1947), stars Deborah Kerr as one of a group of nuns, isolated in a mountain convent whose faith and psychological well being are increasingly tested by outside forces. Production designer Alfred Junge's visual translation of the script won the film one of its two Oscars with its spectacular use of colour, music and design.

See the BAFTA web site for details and the ICA site for tickets


18 & 21 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Action Palace (nice name!) in Chauffailles, Bourgogne, France will screen The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 18th and 21st of March at 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Murnau Filmtheater in Wiesbaden will show Abschied, written by Emeric, on the 18th of March, at 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Studio cinema at Le Havre, Haute-Normandie, France is screening The Thief of Bagdad (Le voleur de Bagdad) on the 18th March at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 - 22 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Roxanne cinema in Versailles by Paris, France, will have 10 screenings of Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir). BN will be shown on both the 17th and 20th March at 2pm, 4.15pm, 6.30pm and 9pm. On the 22nd March, it will be screened at 2pm and 4.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 - 21 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cameo Ariel cinema in Metz, Lorraine, France (I think that's 5 cinemas, so far now, showing PnP in Lorraine) will show Black Narcissus (Le Narcisse noir) for three days: on the 17th March at 7.40pm, the 20th at 5.40pm and the 21st at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 March
Richard King tells us:

Richard King of the Egerton Film Society has emailed me to say that Ian Christie will be introducing Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff on Thursday 17th March. This will be followed by A Matter of Life and Death on Thursday 31st March. Both events will be at 7 for 7:30 at the Millennium Hall, Egerton, Nr.Ashford, Kent

All Are Welcome - Tickets: Members £3.00 - Non Members £4.00
Phone 01233 756592 for more information
Light refreshments and Licensed Bar.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cineclube (Film Society) de Joane in the north of Portugal between Vila Nova de Famalicao and Guimaraes will show Peeping Tom on the 17th of March.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes has a further screening at the Film Museum in Amsterdam, at 2.45pm on the 16th March.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 March
Simon Turner tells us:

L'Odyssee Cinema in La Clayette in Bourgogne, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 16th March at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The New York Institute of Technology will show The Red Shoes on March 16th at 5.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


15 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Ciné-Jalles in Saint-Médard-en-Jalles, Aquitaine (of course!) north-west of Bordeaux, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) at 6.30pm on the 29th March following a presentation of the film.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Monêtier-les-Bains in France (between Grenoble and Turin) will hold an Offenbach festival and at 9pm on the 14th March. The Tales of Hoffmann (Les contes d'Hoffmann) will be screened and a debate will be held.

See their web site for details and tickets


13 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The new Curzon Millbank cinema will open on 25th February 2011. On the 13th of March it will show The Red Shoes. The cinema is situated on the ground floor of the Millbank Tower, close to the Houses of Parliament in London.

See their web site (nearer the date) for details & tickets



10 - 14 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) is showing at the Cameo Cinema in Nancy, Lorraine right now. The screenings are on the 12th at 5.30pm, the 13th at 3.35pm and the 14th at 7.50pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 & 12 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Majestic cinema in Digoin, in the Bourgogne region of France, will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) at 6.15pm on the 10th March and 4.30pm on the 12th March.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Portsmouth's No. 6 Cinema will show A Matter of Life and Death on the 10th March, at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be part of the program of the Swindon Film Festival, showing on the 10th March at 7.45pm at Swindon Central Library.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 - 15 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The cinema of La Ferme du Buisson at Noisiel just east of Paris will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) for 5 days in March. It will be shown on the 9th March at 6.30pm, the 10th at 6.45pm, the 13th at 6.30pm, the 14th at 6.45pm and the 15th at 8.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


9, 11 & 13 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be screened three times at the Cinéma Les Trois Pierrots at Saint-Cloud, just west of Paris. It will shown on the 9th March and 13th March at 2.30pm and on 11th March at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


7 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Gulbenkian Cinema at the University of Kent in Canterbury is showing Peeping Tom on the 7th March at 9.20pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 - 9 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Savoy Cinema in Penzance, through Penwith Film Society will show Peeping Tom from the 6th until 9th of March.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Red Ensign will be playing at the Glasgow Film Theatre on the 6th March, at 3.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Narbeth (north of Tenby in Wales) Film Society will shown The Red Shoes at 7.30pm on the 6th March.

See their web site for details & tickets


5 - 9 March
Simon Turner tells us:

This appears to be the final week for The Red Shoes at the Amsterdam Film Museum / EYE institute. TRS will be screened at 2.45pm on the 5th, 6th and 9th of March.

See their web site for details & tickets


5 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown at 3pm on the 5th March at Le Scarron cinema, Fontenay-aux-Roses, just south of Paris.

See their web site for details & tickets


4 - 6 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Pestel cinema in Valence, Rhône-Alpes, France will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on the 4th at 6.30pm, on the 5th at 6pm, and the 6th at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Edge of the World is playing in New York at the 96th Street Library in combination with Chaplin's 'The Bank' on March 3rd. The double bill starts at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Adleburgh Cinema in Adleburgh, Suffolk will show The Red Shoes on the 2nd March at 7.30pm

See their web site for details & tickets


2 & 6-7 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown at 2.30pm the 2nd of March at cinéma Jean Vigo, in Gennevilliers, just north of Paris.

They are also showing it on the 6th March at 2pm and the 7th at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Le Rio in Capbreton, Aquitaine, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 1st March at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The cinema Grand Ecran in Saint-Vincent-de-Tyrosse, Aquitaine, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 28th February at 9pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 February

Vince Risner of The Celluloid Society in Middletown, Ohio tells us that they will be screening I Know Where I'm Going! on 27 February

Contact Vince at celluloidsociety@sbcglobal.net for details. The films will be shown in the Middletown Public Library Community Rm. 125 S. Broad St. Middletown, Ohio. All films start at 2:00pm. and admission is free. You must be 18yrs. of age to attend.


26 February
Simon Turner tells us:

On the 26th of February, the Electric Cinema on Portobello Road, London will hold an all-nighter including Peeping Tom, The Trip, Scorpio Rising and THX 1138, with the '60's Batman TV series in the breaks! There will also be a brekafast snack provided.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The San Francisco Neurological Society will show A Matter of Life and Death on February 26th. Actually, it seems that they will be showing sequences and assessing them as they are showing Psycho and The King's Speech (?) too, all between 2-4.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 - 27 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Bio Paradis in Reykjavik, Iceland has confirmed by mail that they will show A Canterbury Tale on the 25th, 26th & 27th of February. Combining Iceland with a PnP fest would have to be pretty wonderful I'd think.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 & 26 February
Simon Turner tells us:

On the 25th and 26th of February at 7.30pm, The Red Shoes will be shown at Stewkley Village Hall by Leighton Buzzard (south of Milton Keynes).

See their web page for details & tickets


24 February - 1 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinéma Comoedia in Lyon, Rhône-Alpes, France is showing Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) daily at 6.30pm for 7 days from today until the 1st of March.

See their web site for details & tickets


24 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Harlow Playhouse (15 km north of London) will have two screenings of The Thief of Bagdad on the 24th February, at 2.30pm and at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 - 27 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Picturehouse Cameo in Edinburgh will show The Red Shoes for six days between the 22nd and 27th February.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Scarpette rosse) will be showing at the Ente Mostra Internazionale Del Cinema Libero, Bologna, on the 22nd Feb.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 & 28 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Toneelschuur in Haarlem, the Netherlands will show The Red Shoes on both the 21st and 28th of February at 7pm. They feature a very unrepresentative pic, with the film appearing very classical, but hopefully some of Black Swan's public (they are showing it too) will still respond.

See their web site for details & tickets


21, 23 & 24 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes is playing for 3 days at the AFI Silver Theater and Cultural Center, at Silver Spring, Maryland just north of Washington DC on Feb 21st at 2.30pm, Feb 23rd at 6.30pm and Feb 24th at 6.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 & 22 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Portland International Film Festival in Oregon USA will show Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff on Feb 21 at 5pm and Feb 22 at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 & 22 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing the Le cinéma de Contis in Saint-Julien-en-Born, between Bordeaux and Bayonne, on the 21st and 22nd February.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Grand Action in Paris is showing The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) again on the 21st February at 4pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Duke of York's Picturehouse in Brighton is showing The Red Shoes on the 20th February at 1.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Thief of Bagdad is showing at the Glasgow Film Theatre on the 20th Feb at 11.30am.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be screened at TIFF in Toronto at 6pm on 20 February. This will be preceded by Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff

See their web site for details & tickets.

This is part of a retrospective of Jack's work which will include screenings of A Matter of Life and Death, The African Queen, The Barefoot Contessa, Black Narcissus, Pandora and the Flying Dutchman and The Red Shoes and of course the documentary Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff.


20 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Shaftsbury Arts Centre will show Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff on Sunday 20th Feb at 3pm followed by - as part of the same program - a screening of The Red Shoes.

See their web site for details & tickets


19, 22 & 26 February + 1 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Theater De Lieve Vrouw in Amersfoort, the Netherlands will show The Red Shoes at 2pm on the 19th of February and 7pm on the 22nd. Also on 26 Feb & 1 Mar.

See their web site for details & tickets


19 February
Craig McCall tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be showing at the Dublin International Film Festival on 19 February at 14:00

This will be followed by a screening of the newly restored print of The African Queen

See their web site for details & tickets


19 February
Simon Turner tells us:

A Matter of Life and Death will be screened at 10.30am on Feb 19th at the Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, and will be followed by a discussion.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 - 20 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Cigalon cinema at Cucuron in the Côte d'Azur, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) for three days - on the 18th Feb at 6.30pm, the 19th at 6.45pm and the 20th at 4.15pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 - 20 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Bio Paradis in Reykjavik, Iceland has confirmed by mail that they will show I Know Where I'm Going! on the 18th, 19th & 20th of February. Combining Iceland with a PnP fest would have to be pretty wonderful I'd think.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 February - 4 March
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) and Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) will be screened 8 times each at L'Autre Cinema in Bayonne, Aquitaine, France.

On February 26th and 27th both Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) and The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) are being shown.

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) is on at 2.15pm on the 26th with BN later at 6.30pm. On the 27th, Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) is on first at 5.15pm, with TRS on later at 8.45pm.

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) will be shown otherwise at 9pm on Feb 17th, 2.30pm on the 18th, 6.30pm on the 19th, 7.15pm on the 22nd. 8.45pm on the 28th, 4.30pm on March 1st.

The other dates for The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) are 6.30pm on the 24th, 2.15pm on the 26th, 8.45pm on the 27th, 4.30pm on March 2nd, 8.30pm on March 3rd, 2.15pm on March 4th, 4.15pm on March 6th and 6.15pm on March 8th.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 - 22 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) will be screened on three days at L'Ecran cinema in Saint-Denis just north of Paris, at 8.45pm on the 17th Feb, 6.30pm on the 20th Feb and 4.30pm on the 22nd Feb.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 February
Simon Turner tells us:

A Matter of Life and Death will be screened at TIFF in Toronto at 7:30pm on 17 February. It will be followed by a screening of Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff

See their web site for details & tickets.

This is part of a retrospective of Jack's work which will include screenings of A Matter of Life and Death, The African Queen, The Barefoot Contessa, Black Narcissus, Pandora and the Flying Dutchman and The Red Shoes and of course the documentary Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff.


17 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the Le Lux Louis Delluc cinema in Buisson-de-Cadouin, Aquitaine, France on the 17th of February.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 - 26 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Film Museum / EYE in Amsterdam will be showing The Red Shoes on the 16th & 21st of February at 1pm and on the 19th, 20th & 23rd - 26th February at 4pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus will be screened at TIFF in Toronto at 9pm on 16 February

See their web site for details & tickets.

This is part of a retrospective of Jack's work which will include screenings of A Matter of Life and Death, The African Queen, The Barefoot Contessa, Black Narcissus, Pandora and the Flying Dutchman and The Red Shoes and of course the documentary Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff.


16 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the Cinéroc in Terrasson, Aquitaine, France on the 16th of February.

See their web site for details & tickets


15 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Spy in Black (L'espion noir) is being screened at 8.35pm on the 15th February at the Devosge cinema in Dijon, Bourgogne, France. This adds to their already showing The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) between the 6th and 8th (already listed).

See their web site for details & tickets


14 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) is being screened at the Cinéma Amitié in Erstein, Alsace in France on the 14th February at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Scala Prestatyn cinema in North Wales will show The Red Shoes on the 14th Feb.

See their web site foir details & tickets


14 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Image at the Lakeside Theatre in Essex Uni in Colchester will show A Matter of Life and Death as their Valentine's Day special. Oh, you've got to be a member - which is £5.00! (No refunds.) There will be a social get-together first.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinéma Gérard Philipe at Gujan-Mestras (on the coast to the west of Bordeaux) in Aquitaine will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 14th March at 9pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 & 15 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the Le Rex cinema in Sarlat-la-Canéda, Aquitaine, France on the 14th and 15th of February.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 - 21 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff will be screened at TIFF in Toronto at 7.30pm on Feb 13th, 9pm on the 17th, 3.30pm on the 20th and 6.30pm on the 21st.

See their web site for details & tickets.

This is part of a retrospective of Jack's work which will include screenings of A Matter of Life and Death, The African Queen, The Barefoot Contessa, Black Narcissus, Pandora and the Flying Dutchman and The Red Shoes and of course the documentary Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff.


13 & 21 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The NFT (BFI Southbank) will show Red Ensign on the 13th Feb at 6.20pm with an introduction while NFT2 will show it on 21st Feb at 9pm, again with an introduction.

See their web site for details & tickets

It's showing with The Building of a Liner (1938, 10min) a gorgeous documentary encompassing dramatic scenes at steelworks and crowds of men streaming to the shipyard through streets strung with washing. With live piano accompaniments by Costas Fotopoulos and Cyrus Gabrysch.


13 - 24 February
Simon Turner tells us:

A Matter of Life and Death (En sag om liv eller død)will have a 25-day run at The Danish Film Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark in February between the 13th and 24th.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus is being shown as part of the Keswick Film Festival in the Main House on the 13th Feb at 4pm.

Before the main feature they will be showing Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff at 1.30pm

See their web site for details & tickets


11 - 13 February

The Red Shoes is showing in Nambour, Queensland on 11 - 13 February. Bringing a bit of ballet to the Sunshine Coast. It'll be at the Nambour Civic Centre, in the Nambour Art House Cinema.

See their web site for details & tickets


11 - 13 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Bio Paradis in Reykjavik, Iceland has confirmed by mail that they will show A Matter of Life and Death on the 4th, 5th and 6th of February, and The Red Shoes on the 11th, 12th and 13th of February. IKWIG and ACT will be shown too on dates that will hopefully be confirmed shortly. Combining Iceland with a PnP fest would have to be pretty wonderful I'd think.

See their web site for details & tickets


11 & 13 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the Le Vox cinema in Montignac, Aquitaine, France on the 11th and 13th of February.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 - 22 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The 12 screenings of Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) at Alhambra cinema in Calais will be on the 10th at 8.20pm, the 11th at 6.10pm, 12th at 10.10pm, 13th at 2pm, 14th at 4.10pm, 15th at 8pm, 16th at 2.10pm and 8pm, 18th at 8pm, 19th at 10pm, 21st at 6.20pm and the 22nd at 8pm. There may even be more screenings, as the final date given so far on their site is the 22nd, and includes a showing.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 - 15 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) will be screened 7 times (and maybe more as the last is on the final day for which listings are currently available) at Aix-en-Provence in the Côte d'Azur tomorrow at 2pm and 5.50pm; the 11th at 2pm; the 12th at 5.50pm; the 14th at 2pm and 5.50pm; and the 15th at 2pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The University of Cantabria in Santander will show The Red Shoes (Las zapatillas rojas) on the 10th February after a lecture (presumably about the film) which begins at 19.00.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 February
Simon Turner tells us:

This is the event I'd like to be at: Peeping Tom will be screened at Norwich Cinema City on the 10th Feb at 6pm, and will be followed by a Q&A with Columba Powell.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 February
Simon Turner tells us:

On the 9th February, the Cinè-goûter in Colombes beside Paris will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges).

See their web site for details & tickets


9 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the Cinépassion 24 cinema in Excideuil, Aquitaine, France on the 9th of February.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Here's another screening just adding to my envy of those in the UK lucky enough to apparently be able to see The Red Shoes wherever they go!

It's at the Centenary Centre, Peel on the Isle of Man, on 9 February at 7.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


8 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinéma Gérard Philipe in Wittenheim, Alsace will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on February 8th at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


8 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the La Fabrique cinema in Saint-Astier, Aquitaine, France on the 8th of February.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 - 8 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Devosge in Dijon, Bourgogne, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 6th of Feb at 4.30pm and 9.35pm; on the 7th at 1.40pm and the 8th at 8.35pm. (The Black Swan just gets the 1 screening on the 7th.)

See their web site for details & tickets


6 & 7 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the Le Clair cinema in Thiviers, Aquitaine, France on the 6th and 7th of February.

See their web site for details & tickets


5 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Vogue Theatre in San Francisco will be showing Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff on February 5th. This will be followed by a screening of Black Narcissus

See their web site for details & tickets


4 - 6 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Bio Paradis in Reykjavik, Iceland has confirmed by mail that they will show A Matter of Life and Death on the 4th, 5th and 6th of February, and The Red Shoes on the 11th, 12th and 13th of February. IKWIG and ACT will be shown too on dates that will hopefully be confirmed shortly. Combining Iceland with a PnP fest would have to be pretty wonderful I'd think.

See their web site for details & tickets


4 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the Le Club cinema in La Roche-Chalais, Aquitaine, France on the 4th February.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Notre Dam in Mussidan, Aquitaine will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 3rd of February at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 February
The lovely Natacha tells us:

I don't remember if I told you, also, about the festival in Villeurbanne (near Lyon) soon, where I will present Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) the 3th of February.

The film will also be shown there on the 4th Feb at 6.30pm and the 7th Feb at 6pm.

See their web site for details and tickets


2 - 9 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes is still drawing the crowds in Amsterdam at the Filmmuseum / EYE. The latest screenings are the 3rd Feb at 5pm, the 4th at 6.30pm, the 5th at 6.30pm plus the 7th, 8th and 9th at 5pm. There'll be another screening a few weeks later also, on the 2nd March at 12.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the Le Lascaux cinema in Montpon-Ménestérol, Aquitaine, France on the 2nd February.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Jewish Museum in Munich will show the Emeric-penned The Challenge on Wednesday, February 2nd at 7pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 February

The Hampstead Film Society are showing The Red Shoes on 1st February at 7pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


1 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The University of Bordeaux at Talence will screen The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on February 1st at 7pm.

See their web site for details & tickets

To 14 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Exeter University has a small temporary display on Michael Powell (and Emeric Pressburger) in their 'Bill Douglas Centre for the history of cinema and popular culture' to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of his death. It is curated by two students at Exeter, one of whom has just written her dissertation on PnP. I'm going on the 14th of Feb. just before the exhibition is changed. This should probably be regarded as the last day.

See their web site for details


30 - 31 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) is playing Les Montreurs d'Images at Agen in Aquitaine, 75 km from Montauban, on the 30th at 15.00 and 31st of January at 21.00.

See their web site for details & tickets


30 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown at 4pm on the 30th January at the Grand Action cinema actually in Paris.

See their web site for details & tickets


30 January
Simon Turner tells us:

They just keep on coming - the screenings of The Red Shoes. This has to be the most fascinating location yet.

Continuing the Coal Store of the Wapping Hydraulic Power Station's dance films series, TRS will be shown at 2.30pm on 30th January.

See their web site for details and tickets


30 January

Vince Risner of The Celluloid Society in Middletown, Ohio tells us that they will be screening The Red Shoes on 30 January

Contact Vince at celluloidsociety@sbcglobal.net for details. The films will be shown in the Middletown Public Library Community Rm. 125 S. Broad St. Middletown, Ohio. All films start at 2:00pm. and admission is free. You must be 18yrs. of age to attend.


27 January - 1 February
Simon Turner tells us:

The Theater Nationale de Bretagne in Rennes will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) from January 27th to February 1st. On the 27th, 28th, 29th and 1st, BN will be screened at 3.45pm and 9.15pm. On the 30th and 31st, BN will be screened at 3.45pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


27 January - 1 March
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Melville cinema at Rouen, in the Haute-Normandie region of France, will show Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) every day from tomorrow to March 1st at 4.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 & 30 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Alhambra cinema in Marseilles will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 26th and 30th of January.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 - 28 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) is playing at Le Plaza cinema, Marmande in Aquitaine, 75 km south-west of Bordeaux on the 26th at 6.30pm, 27th at 8.30pm and 28th of January.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Thief of Bagdad will be shown at the University of California, Berkeley on Wed Jan 26th at 3.10pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


26 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Another screening of The Red Shoes, this time in the U.S., at the University of California at Santa Barbara, on January 26th at 7.30pm in the Campbell Hall.

ee their web site for details & tickets


25 January
Simon Turner tells us:

L'Utopie cinema in Sainte-Livrade-sur-Lot between Bordeaux and Toulouse in Aquitaine, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 25th January at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be screened at the La Palette cinema at Tournus, between Lyon and Dijon in the Bourgogne region of France, on the 25th of January at 20.30.

See their web site for details & tickets


25 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be shown on the at Le Palace cinema in Hayange, 40 km north of Metz, on the 25th January at both 17.00 and 20.00.

See their web site for details & tickets


24 & 25 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes is also showing at the South Holland Arts Centre in Spalding on Monday 24th to Tuesday 25th January.

See their web site for details & tickets


24 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will play at Ciné 4 in Castillonnes, 100 km east of Bordeaux, on the 24th January at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


23 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be playing at the Liberty cinema in Monsempron, Aquitaine, between Bordeaux and Toulouse on the 23rd of January at 5pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Die roten Schuhe) will be shown on the 22nd January at Cinema Quadrat in Mannheim at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


22 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Bradford National Media Museum will hold a Film day school on Saturday 22nd January titled 'A Murderous Gaze', 10.30am to 16.30pm.

"This Study Day will explore and discuss the film in relation to the genre of serial killer films and the world of noir; as part of the film work of Michael Powell; and with reference to the context of the British film industry at the time of its production and exhibition."

The day will include an illustrated film talk given by Keith Withall from 12.45 to 13.30. This is said to include a screening if Peeping Tom, but I assume they mean that the film will follow it.

The price of the whole day including the film screening and refreshments is £17 (£13 concessions), while for the film talk and film it is £8.50 (£7 concessions).

See their web site for details & tickets.
A Murdrous Gaze
Peeping Tom Illustrated Talk


21 January - 1 February
Simon Turner tells us:

Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) is showing at the Utopia Cinema in Avignon in the Cote d'Azur, France tomorrow (21st Jan) at 16.10, 22nd Jan at 18.10, 23rd Jan at 11.40, 24th Jan at 5.50pm, 25th Jan at 14.20, 26th Jan at 4pm, 27th Jan at 6.40pm, 28th Jan at 2.10pm, 29th Jan at 3.40pm, 30th Jan at 2.10pm, 31st Jan at 4.15pm and 1st Feb at 8.15pm. Wow!

See their web site for details & tickets


21 - 31 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Utopia Cinema in Tournefeuille beside Toulouse is showing Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) on 21st Jan at 2.20pm, 22nd at 8pm, 23rd at 11.30am, 24th Jan at 2.20pm, 25th Jan at 10pm, 27th Jan at 7pm, 28th Jan at 6pm, 29th Jan at 11.50am, 30th Jan at 8.20pm, 31st Jan at 8pm. There have been 10 screenings already...

See their web site for details & tickets


21 - 29 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Utopia cinema in Monpellier, Utopia Diagonal, (in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France) also has Black Narcissus (Le narcisse noir) showing at 7.30pm on the 21st, 8pm on the 23rd, 9.30pm on the 25th, 6.30pm on the 26th, 9.30pm on the 27th, and 4.40pm on the 29th.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 - 26 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Amsterdam Film Museum / Eye will screen The Red Shoes on Friday 21st at 7.15pm, Sunday 23rd at 12.45pm, Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th at 7.15pm, plus Wednesday 26th at 12.45pm.

On Friday 21st & Wednesday 26th, The Red Shoes will be shown in a double bill with Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff

See their web site for details & tickets


21 - 26 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmhuis at Leeuwarden in the north-west of the Netherlands is showing The Red Shoes from the 21st to 26th of Jan (except 25th): 21st at 21.15, 22nd at 21.30, 23rd at 15.00, 24th and 26th at 20.00.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Salle Francois Truffaut in Saint-Avold, Lorraine, France will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) at 20.30 on the 21st January.

See their web site for details & tickets


21 January
Simon Turner tells us:

A Canterbury Tale will be showing at Herne Bay Little Theatre on the 21st Jan. at both 2.30pm and 7.30pm

See their web site for details & tickets


20 & 22 January
Simon Turner tells us:

As part of their Weimar series, as well as Abscheid on the 2nd and 6th, MoMA is screening Emil and the Detectives on Thurs Jan. 20th at 7.30pm and Sat. Jan. 22nd at 1.30pm.

I would love to be there for these, probably the most interesting Pressburger partly-penned films from pre-Michael! At least I was able to be at another brilliant Weimar festival though, that of '20's Weimar at Pordenone a few years ago. Das Alte Gesetz (Baruch), Der Himmel auf Erden, Der Kampf der Tertia were a few of the great films from that year. Der himmel auf erden - directed /written by, and starring Reinhold Schünzel, the writer with Emeric of 'Ronny', the latter's next film after Abscheid.

See their web site for details & tickets


20 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) is playing at L'Odyssée cinema in Casteljaloux, Aquitaine, 75 km south-east of Bordeaux on the 20th January at 9pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


19 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will play the Casino cinema in Joeuf, Lorraine, on 19th January at 21.00.

See their web site for details & tickets


19 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Rex at La Réole, Aquitane, south-west of Bordeaux, will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 19th of January, at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


18 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Les Colonnes at Blanquefort just north of Bordeaux, Aquitaine, will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 18th January. The PnP evening will begin at 7pm, with a debate moderated by Jean-Françoise Baillon, professor at Bordeaux University.

See their web site for details & tickets


17 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom is also showing at the Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre on Monday 17th Jan at 3pm and 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 & 17 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Sunday 16th to Monday 17th, Hyde Park Picture House in Leeds is showing The Red Shoes.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom is showing in a double-bill with Mike Leigh's 'Another Year' (odd pairing!) at Rio Cinema, Dalston on the 16th Jan at 1pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Firestation Centre for Arts and Culture - housed in The Old Court, Windsor's old Firestation, Magistrates Court & Police Station - is showing Peeping Tom on the 16th January at 7.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


16 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom is showing on Sun 16th Jan at 8pm at the City Screen Picturehouse in York.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 & 16 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff
The Jack Cardiff documentary will be shown at the Palm Canyon Theatre in Palm Springs at 4pm on the 14th of January & at 1pm on the 16th January, as part of the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will play the Cinéma Grand Ecran in Seremange Erzange in Lorraine, France, 30 km north of Metz on the 14th of January at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


14 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will be showing at CinéPilat at 8pm on the 14th January at Pélussin in the Rhone-Alpes region of France, 30 km from Saint-Etienne.

See their web site for details & tickets


13 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Cinema Eden in Monsegur (50 km south of Bergerac) will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on the 13th Jan at 20.30.

See their web site for details & tickets


12 - 25 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) is playing in Le Havre, Haute Normandie region of France between the 12th and 25th of January. The screenings are the 12th at 16.30, the 13th at 18.30, the 14th at 20.30, the 15th at 16.30, the 16th at 18.30, the 18th at 18.15, the 20th and 22nd at 20.30, the 23rd at 16.15 and the 25th at 20.30.

See their web site for details & tickets


11 - 30 January

Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil apresenta:
The Archers - O Cinema de Michael Powell e Emeric Pressburger
In São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro Programme:
11/0117:30The Spy in Black
O espião de preto
11/0119:3049th Parallel
Paralelo 49
12/0117:30They're a Weird Mob
Eles vão dar o que falar
12/0119:30Ill Met By Moonlight
Perigo nas sombras
13/0117:30Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff
O homem-câmera: A vida e a obra de Jack Cardiff
13/0119:30The Tales of Hoffmann
Contos de Hoffmann
14/0115:30I Know Where I'm Going!
Sei onde fica o paraíso
14/0117:30The Battle of the River Plate
A batalha do Rio da Prata
14/0119:30The Small Back Room
De volta ao pequeno apartamento
15/0119:30The Red Shoes
Os sapatinhos vermelhos
16/0119:3049th Parallel
Paralelo 49
18/0117:30Peeping Tom
A tortura do medo
18/0119:30The Tales of Hoffmann
Contos de Hoffmann
19/0117:30Ill Met By Moonlight
Perigo nas sombras
19/0119:30The Battle of the River Plate
A batalha do Rio da Prata
20/0115:00The Boy Who Turned Yellow / The Volunteer
O garoto que amarelou / O voluntário
20/0117:30The Elusive Pimpernal
O pimpinela escarlate
20/0119:30The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
Coronel Blimp
21/0115:00The End of the River
Onde o rio acaba
21/0117:30Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff
O homem-câmera: A vida e a obra de Jack Cardiff
21/0119:30The Red Shoes
Os sapatinhos vermelhos
22/0117:30A Matter of Life and Death
Neste mundo e no outro
22/0119:30A Canterbury Tale
Um conto de Canterbury
23/0117:30Black Narcissus
Narciso negro
23/0119:30Contraband
Nas sombras da noite
25/0117:30Gone to Earth
Coração Indômito
25/0119:30The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
Coronel Blimp
26/0116:00The Spy in Black
O espião de preto
26/0117:30Oh... Rosalinda!!
Oh... Rosalinda!
26/0119:30One of Our Aircraft is Missing
E um dos nossos aviões não regressou
27/0115:30Black Narcissus
Narciso negro
27/0117:30A Matter of Life and Death
Neste mundo e no outro
27/0119:10Special session: "The legacy of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger"
Debate "O legado de Michael Powell e Emeric Pressburger"
28/0115:30They're a Weird Mob
Eles vão dar o que falar
28/0117:30The Boy Who Turned Yellow / The Volunteer
O garoto que amarelou / O voluntário
28/0119:30I Know Where I'm Going!
Sei onde fica o paraíso
29/0117:30One of Our Aircraft is Missing
E um dos nossos aviões não regressou
29/0119:30Gone to Earth
Coração Indômito
30/0117:30Oh... Rosalinda!!
Oh... Rosalinda!
30/0119:30Peeping Tom
A tortura do medo

See this web site for the programme and details


10 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) will play on Monday 10th January at the Le Club in Nantua. This is now the second in the Rhone-Alps region. It's about 80 km from Geneva.

See their web site for details & tickets


10 January
Simon Turner tells us:

CineMaxLinder in Creon, Aquitaine will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) at 20.30 on the 10th of January.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 & 12 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cornerhouse, "Manchester's international centre for contemporary visual arts and film", is showing Peeping Tom on Sunday 9th Jan at 12.00 and Wed 12th Jan at 13.30.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Cinéma de la Maison du Peuple in St-Claude, France, about 50 km from Geneva is showing The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) this Sunday at 8pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


9 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Le Vog cinema in Bazas, south-west France (south-east of Bordeaux) has confirmed by email to me that they will be showing The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges) on Sunday 9th January at 20.30.


9 January
Simon Turner tells us:

The Screen at Hay, The Red Shoes is showing on 7th January at "7.30 for 8pm".

See their web site for details & tickets


8 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Another interesting setting and idea: TRS at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, free screening, January 8th at 1pm, followed by a discussion witharts writer from the New Yorker, Joan Acocella, and psychoanalyst Leon Balter.

See their web site for details. It's worth checking on this one before you go. Some things, like the URL, would tend to suggest that it was on 2nd January, not the 8th


7 January
Simon Turner tells us:

On Friday 7th Jan at 20.30, l'Espace Culturel Georges Brassens in Léognan will show The Red Shoes (Les chaussons rouges).

See their web site for details & tickets


6 - 18 January
Simon Turner tells us:

I've now found some more dates for Peeping Tom at the National Media Museum in Bradford These are 6th Jan at 15.05, 10th Jan at 20.35, 12th Jan at 15.50, 16th Jan at 15.20 and 18th Jan at 20.30. These are all at the museum's Cubby Broccoli Cinema.

See their web site for details & tickets


6 January

The Museum of Modern Art, New York will repeat the screening of the Pressburger-penned Abschied (aka Farewell) on Sunday January 6th at 2.30pm.

See their web site for details and tickets


4 - 6 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom is also showing at the Plymouth Arts Centre on Tues at 8.30pm, Wed at 2.30pm and 6pm, and Thurs at 8.30pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


4 - 6 January

The Edinburgh Filmhouse is showing the latest restoration of Peeping Tom (made for the 50th anniversary Optimum Blu-ray) from 4 - 6 January at 15:45 & 18:00.

See their web site for details and tickets


3 - 6 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom is also showing at the Arts Picture House in Cambridge today and Tues at 15.10 and 21.00, plus Wed and Thurs at 13.30 and 21.00.

See their web site for details & tickets


3 & 6 January
Michael Eyers tells us:

The Duke of York's Picture House, Brighton is showing Peeping Tom on 3 & 6 January

See their web site for details and tickets


2 - 8 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Peeping Tom is showing at the Glasgow Film Theatre today at 3.15pm, Tues at 20.40, Wed at 15.45 and Thurs at 1pm and 6pm.

See their web site for details & tickets


2 January
Simon Turner tells us:

Here's an interesting one: The Museum of Modern Art, New York will show the Pressburger-penned Abschied (aka Farewell) on Sunday January 2nd at 2.30pm.

See their web site for details and tickets


29 December 2010, 1 & 5 January 2011
Simon Turner tells us:

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff
The Jack Cardiff docu is also on at the Filmmuseum Amsterdam, at 20.05 on the 29th, plus at 13.00 on the 1st and 5th of Jan.

See their web site for details & tickets


29 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
Simon Turner tells us:

Amsterdam Filmmuseum is again doing Michael Powell proud, by once more screening The Red Shoes. Their favourite always used to be Peeping Tom, but TRS definitely seems to have taken over! Some people will agree with that...

The Red Shoes is showing at the Amsterdam Filmmuseum from the 29th December to the 5th January. On the 29th, 30th, 1st and 5th, TRS is on at 19.30. On the 2nd and 4th, TRS is on at 19.00.

See their web site for details & tickets


29 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
Simon Turner tells us:

The Filmhuis of The Hague will show The Red Shoes at 17.00 each day (except for the 31st Dec) from the 29th Dec to the 5th of January.

See their web site for details & tickets


30 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
Simon Turner tells us:

The Red Shoes will be showing in the Netherlands also at the Eindhoven Plaza Futura at 19.00 on the 30th, plus at 14.30 on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th of January.

See their web site for details & tickets


28 December 2010 - 16 January

Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil apresenta:
The Archers - O Cinema de Michael Powell e Emeric Pressburger
In São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

São Paulo Programme:
28/1216h30The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
Coronel Blimp
28/1219h30The Spy in Black
O espião de preto
29/1217h00Ill Met by Moonlight
Perigo nas sombras
29/1219h3049th Parallel
Paralelo 49
30/1217h00The Battle of the River Plate
A batalha do Rio da Prata
30/1219h30They're a Weird Mob
Eles vão dar o que falar
02/0115h00Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff
O homem-câmera: A vida e a obra de Jack Cardiff
02/0117h00Peeping Tom
A tortura do medo
02/0119h30The Tales of Hoffmann
Contos de Hoffmann
04/0117h00They're a Weird Mob
Eles vão dar o que falar
04/0119h30The Spy in Black
O espião de preto
05/0117h00Peeping Tom
A tortura do medo
05/0119h30Ill Met by Moonlight
Perigo nas sombras
06/0114h30A Canterbury Tale
Um conto de Canterbury
06/0117h0049th Parallel
Paralelo 49
06/0119h30The Elusive Pimpernal
O pimpinela escarlate
07/0114h30The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
Coronel Blimp
07/0117h30Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff
O homem-câmera: A vida e a obra de Jack Cardiff
07/0119h30The Tales of Hoffmann
Contos de Hoffmann
08/0117h30The End of the River
Onde o rio acaba
08/0119h30The Small Back Room
De volta ao pequeno apartamento
09/0117h30A Matter of Life and Death
Neste mundo e no outro
09/0119h30The Red Shoes
Os sapatinhos vermelhos
11/0117h00The Battle of the River Plate
A batalha do Rio da Prata
11/0119h30Black Narcissus
Narciso negro
12/0117h00The Small Back Room
De volta ao pequeno apartamento
12/0119h30The Red Shoes
Os sapatinhos vermelhos
13/0117h30A Matter of Life and Death
Neste mundo e no outro
13/0119h30Special session: "The legacy of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger"
Debate "O legado de Michael Powell e Emeric Pressburger"
14/0115h00The End of the River
Onde o rio acaba
14/0117h00The Boy Who Turned Yellow / The Volunteer
O garoto que amarelou / O voluntário
14/0119h30A Canterbury Tale
Um conto de Canterbury
15/0115h00Contraband
Nas sombras da noite
15/0117h00I Know Where I'm Going!
Sei onde fica o paraíso
15/0119h30One of Our Aircraft is Missing
E um de nossos aviões não regressou
16/0115h00Gone to Earth
Coração indúmito
16/0117h00Oh... Rosalinda!
Oh... Rosalinda!!
16/0119h30Black Narcissus
Narciso negro

See this web site for the programme and details


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