Just a reminder to all UK forumites that this event is just a month away and that tickets are now on sale to the general public online or by phone.
Details of the screening and how to book can be found here:
There's also a couple of other films being shown as part of the London Film Festival which may be of interest to some here.
A newly restored print of Delmer Daves' The Last Wagon. Aclassic 50s western from one of the genre's best directors. (Hopefully this restoration means there will be a new DVD release o this film soon).
Also, from Korea, The Good, the Bad, The Weird. Kim Jee-Woon's homage to Sergio Leone set in 1930s Manchuria looks like it could be an interesting ride.
Lastly, how about a Bangladeshi western? Sadik Amed's take on the genre transplanted to the sub continent, The Last Thakur, should offer an intriguing slant on the conventions of the lone gunman seeking revenge in a town with two masters.
Me and Yodlaf are already booked in for Once Upon a Time in the West so it would be great to catch up with some more of you there.