The ICA and Shameless Films Entertainment will present a retrospective of Elio Petri (1929 – 1982), the outstanding filmmaker of Italian cinema from the 60s and 70s. He started working as a film critic for the communist newspaper L’Unita after he studied at Rome University.
i-D teach their readers polish with a perfectly stylised Fashion Film, Model Mother Tongue. Native speaker and catwalk favourite, Ola Rudnicka, who walks for the likes of Chanel, Valentino and Louis Vuitton, takes viewers through a few basic phrases while wearing a plethora of striking minimalist outfits.
When Puccini’s tale of love and honour was staged against the magnificent backdrop of Australia’s Sydney Harbour, it was a highlight of the Opera Australia Season and now on 18 September the performance will be shown again at more than 250 cinemas in the UK and Ireland in association with CinemaLive.
Orillo Cinema is celebrating the Tour De France coming to York with an open air screening and Yorkshire Garden Party in the centre of York on Sunday 6 July to coincide with the tour arriving in the City for the second stage of the race.
This September, Cornerhouse presents the first major exhibition by critically acclaimed Qatari-American artist, filmmaker and writer Sophia Al-Maria. Curated by Omar Kholeif, Virgin With A Memory will provide a unique opportunity to see an entire newly commissioned body of work from one of the most exciting voices in the art world today.
In collaboration with Art on the Underground, Birds Eye View presents a series of films on the Canary Wharf Screen this summer. Entitled, Past, Present, Future, the collection of free screenings puts the spotlight on the varied talents of female filmmakers.
LoopDiLoop Productions are on the point of releasing a piquant new film directed and written by Timothy L. Anderson: Two Hundred Thousand Dirty.
Coming at the end of 2014 to Deutsche Kienmathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen is Bigger Than Life Ken Adam’s Film Design. Opening on 11 December until 26 April 2015, this exhibition will look at the work one of the most innovative and most influential production designers of our time.
To Catch a Thief, the classic Hitchcock romantic thriller returns to cinemas from 8 August where it will be opening at BFI Southbank and and be seen at selected cinemas nationwide. Staring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly, this iconic story of reformed jewel thieves and pampered heiresses is a holiday heist movie with the a cast of Hollywood royalty.
Artist Charlotte Prodger has been announced as the winner of this year’s Glasgow Film Festival Margaret Tait Award. Charlotte will receive a £10,000 prize to create new work and the opportunity to present it at Glasgow Film Festival in 2015, which will extend to a 12 day programme.
Since 2007 Secret Cinema has been creating large-scale cultural experiences in abandoned spaces, fusing film, music, theatre and installations to allow audiences the freedom to explore ultra-immersive worlds where fiction and reality blur.
In celebration of the new IMAX screen at Empire Leicester Square a selection of the best IMAX films are being brought back to the screen as part of Empire Cinema’s Best of IMAX Season. From 20 June until 2 July audiences will be able to enjoy some of their favourite films in 3D, including Jurassic Park, Inception, Gravity, Titanic and more.
The BFI Southbank presents a summer programme spanning the length of August with screenings and Q&As in celebration of ground-breaking contributions to the world of TV and cinema.
This five-month season at the BFI sees a collection of films from across the century of Chinese cinema from the first Chinese-produced film which appeared in 1905 to the films being shown in the new and distinct national cinemas of Mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Written, produced, directed and starring one of cinema’s most enduring figures, Orson Welles’ spellbinding classic The Lady From Shanghai is back in cinemas from 25 July in a stunning new 4K restoration.
Showcasing the best of digital work, this is the most comprehensive presentation of digital creativity to be seen in the UK with multi-platform work from artists including Björk, Amon Tobin and Harmonix Music Systems.
For the MoMA Summer Film Series, the gallery opens Lady in the Dark: Crime Films from Columbia Pictures, 1932–1957 on 11 July. Running until 4 August, the strand celebrates Columbia Pictures through atmospheric whodunits and moody noir films of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.
There is a new way to watch and enjoy films in London, through the power of taste and smell. From Pan’s Labyrinth to American Werewolf in London, this company has guided cinema goers thought the sights and tastes of Cinema.
Sheffield Doc/Fest runs until 12 June, showcasing international documentary filmmaking through a series of screenings and events. To extend its reach beyond festival-goers, Sheffield Doc/Fest has partnered with Curzon curated video-on-demand service Curzon Home Cinema to bring a selection of new documentary shorts to a home cinema audience.
Excitement builds as we move into the stages of programming ASFF 2014’s great line-up of short films submitted for the festival’s fourth edition.
The Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis is an intimate tale of the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. We speak to cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel about his visual interpretation.