Screenings Ticker


(sartana1) #21

Anyone in Southern California… The Aero theater in Santa Monica will be showing Good Bad & Ugly on February 20th and Once Upon a Time in the West on the 24th. I’m probably not going to GB&U (I’ve seen it several times in theaters already) but I’ve yet to see OUATIW on the big screen. Going to that for sure :slight_smile:


(Sebastian) #22

nice. added it to our Ticker, which isn’t the greatest format to list those. we’re open for suggestions. a public google calendar maybe?


(sartana1) #23

Thanks Sebastian…


(sartana1) #24

I see what you mean Sebastian…Doesnt seem like the screenings ticker is in a place a lot of people check out…Midnight screening of Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles, March 26th.


(Spuff vermon) #25

I look at this thing often, just for the hope that a sw shows near me


(Sebastian) #26

it should be something with an RSS feed or something… hmm


(sartana1) #27

Freitag 08. Juli, Kino Arsenal in Berlin… Il grande silenzio :slight_smile:


(Sebastian) #28

ernsthaft? F&&&& da bin ich ausser landes. ich aerger mich bloed


(sartana1) #29

Kein Scheiss. Schade dass du weg wirst. :frowning:


(Sebastian) #30

1st Almería Western Film Festival - 8th - 11th September 2011

The 1st Almería Western Film Festival is around the corner and we have a fantastic line-up of international films that will screen at the festival between the 8th-11th of September in the Teatro Municipal de Tabernas (from 10am to 7pm) and also in Fort Bravo (7pm to 3am).

The Festival’s official selection presents a collection of films that have been produced in 2010 and 2011 and the special selection which is entirely dedicated to the Spaghetti Western, offers classic movies and a Spaghetti Western Forum featuring Fabio Testi, Craig Hill, Rafael Romero Marchent, Nicoletta Machiavelli, Dan Van Husen, Frank Braña, Saturno Cerra, Eugenio Martín, Antonio Pica and Carlos Aguilar.

Feature Films include ‘The Dead And The Damned’, ‘Blackthorn’, ‘Aballay’, the animated ‘Rango’ and the 10 Oscar nominated and Award Winning film ‘True Grit’ which is based on the magnificent book by Charles Portis and directed by The Cohen Brothers.

International feature films include ‘The Mountie’ and ‘The Warrior’s Way’. ‘The Mountie’ is a Canadian film by Wyeth Clarke and it’s a Leone influenced tale of revenge starring Andrew W. Walker and Jessica Paré.

‘The Warrior’s Way’ is a film from New Zealand by Sngmoo Lee and starring Kate Bosworth, Geoffrey Rush and Dong-Gun Jang. Tells the story of a warrior who’s forced to hide in the American Badlands after refusing a mission.

Feature short movies include ‘The Price’ which is directed by Zeke Pinheiro and James St. Vincent and is produced by Michael May and Áshleigh Snead. Starring Carlos Gallardo, ‘The Price’ is a post-apocalyptical western that explores the difference between the outlaw and the criminal…

Other Short Films that will screen at the festival are the Spanish film ‘Only Guilt Pulls More Triggers’ and the French comedy ‘Les aventures borgnes de Diaz Le Clairvoyant’.

The Spaghetti Western Forum will take place in Fort Bravo’s Saloon on Friday and Saturday at 8:30 so we recommend everyone to get there early!

Dave Bourne will be playing the piano every night from midnight until 3am taking turns with the other musical acts that will appear on the Saloon’s stage: Ayahuasca Band and Rattlesnake Kiss.

The Spaghetti Western original posters exhibition will be located in one of the wooden buildings on Fort Bravo’s main street. This amazing array of framed original posters from the 60’s and 70’s are for sale.

The Saloon, bars and the merchandise store will be open every night until 3am at Fort Bravo. And remember we encourage everyone to come up dressed in your best cowboy outfits!

© 2011 AWFF

1er Almería Western Film Festival - del 8 al 11 de Septiembre del 2011

El 1er festival internacional de cine Westerrn de Almería ya está a la vuelta de la esquina, tenemos una lista de películas de todas las nacionalidades que se proyectarán del 8 al 11 de septiembre en el teatro municipal de Tabernas (de 10:00H a 19:00H) y en Fort Bravo (de 19:00H a 03:00H).

La selección oficial del festival presenta una colección de films producidos durante el 2010 y el 2011 y la sección especial, que está dedicada exclusivamente al Spaghetti Western, ofrecerá films clásicos y un Forum sobre el Spaghetti Western con la parrticipación de Fabio Testi, Craig Hill, Rafael Romero Marchent, Nicoletta Machiavelli, Frank Braña, Saturno Cerra, Eugenio Martín, Antonio Pico y Carlos Aguilar.

Entre los largos proyectados podemos encontrar ‘The Dead And The Damned’, ‘Blackthorn’, ‘Aballay’, la cinta de animación ‘Rango’ y la galardonada y diez veces nominada a los Oscars ‘True Grit’, basada en el aclamado libro escrito por Charles Portis y dirigida por los hermanos Cohen.

Entre los filmes internacionales presentados también podemos encontrar ‘The Mountie’ y ‘The Warrior’s Way’. ‘The Mountie’ es un film canadiense dirigido por Wyeth Clarke, una historia de venganza con claras pinzeladas de el cine de Leone
protagonizada por Andrew W. Walker y Jessica Paré.

‘The Warrior’s Way’ es una película de Nueva Zelanda de Sngmoo Lee protagonizada por Kate Bosworth, Geoffrey Rush y Dong-Gun Jang. Cuenta la historia de un guerrero obligado a refugiarse en el salvaje oeste después de rechazar una misión.

Los cortometrajes presentados incluyen ‘The Price’ dirigido por Zeke Pinheiro y James St. Vincent y producido por Michael May y Áshleigh Snead. Protagonizado por Carlos Gallardo, ‘The Price’ es un western postapocalíptico que explora la diferencia entre el forajido y el criminal.

Otros cortos que se proyectarán en el festival son, el español: ‘Only Guilt Pulls More Triggers’ y la comedia francesa ‘Les aventures borgnes de Diaz Le Clairvoyant’.

El Forum Spaghetti Western se celebrará en el Saloon de Fort Bravo el viernes y sábado a las 20:30, ¡os recomendamos a todos llegar pronto!

Dave Bourne estará al piano cada noche desde medianoche hasta las 3:00 de la madrugada junto a los otros grupos musicales que tocarán en el escenario del Saloon: Ayahuasca Band y Rattlesnake Kiss.

La exposición de posters originales del Spaghetti Western tendrá lugar en uno de las casas de madera de la avenida principal de Fort Bravo. Esta increible colección de posters enmarcados de los años 60 y 70 estarán a la venta.

El Saloon, bares y la tienda de merchandise abrirán sus puertas cada noche hasta las 3:00 de la madrugada. ¡Y recordad que animamos a todo el público a venir vestidos en sus mejores atuendos de Cowboys!

© 2011 AWFF


(Phil H) #31

A heads up for those in the London area. Once Upon a Time in the West will be screened at the BFI Southbank in November as part of their Passport to Cinema season. Dates and times below. The film will be introduced by Christopher Frayling on the Monday screening.

Sunday 6 November 17.20 (NFT3)
Monday 7 November 18.10 (NFT 3)
Saturday 12 November 17.30 (NFT2)

The screens in NFT 2 and 3 are not the largest but still worth a visit for any who have yet to see this masterpiece in a proper cinema.


(Silence) #32

There will be some East Westerns showed in Copenhagen in January.


(Silence) #33

There will be a few Lee Van Cleef films in New York, I think Sabata, hope I can get som more info.


(Trinity) #34

From: http://westernsallitaliana.blogspot.co.uk/

In conjunction with the 26th Leeds International Film Festival, Lee Broughton has programmed - and will introduce - a double bill of ‘Django’ films.

Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming Western ‘Django Unchained’ takes its main inspiration from a popular sub-cycle of Italian Westerns from the 1960s and 1970s that featured a variety of gunmen called ‘Django’. Since worldwide interest in these particular ‘Spaghetti Westerns’ is currently running high, Lee has programmed a double bill of two classic ‘Django’ films as part of the 26th Leeds International Film Festival’s ‘Fanomenon’ strand.

‘Django’ (Sergio Corbucci, Italy/Spain, 1966) and ‘Django Kill!’ (‘Se sei vivo spara’, Giulio Questi, Italy/Spain, 1967) will screen at the Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds on Tuesday 6th November.

‘Django’ begins at 14:15

‘Django Kill!’ begins at 16:00

http://www.leedsfilm.com/films/django/
http://www.leedsfilm.com/films/django-kill/
http://www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk/


(Phil H) #35

[quote=“Trinity, post:34, topic:1233”]From: http://westernsallitaliana.blogspot.co.uk/

In conjunction with the 26th Leeds International Film Festival, Lee Broughton has programmed - and will introduce - a double bill of ‘Django’ films.

‘Django’ (Sergio Corbucci, Italy/Spain, 1966) and ‘Django Kill!’ (‘Se sei vivo spara’, Giulio Questi, Italy/Spain, 1967) will screen at the Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds on Tuesday 6th November.

‘Django’ begins at 14:15

‘Django Kill!’ begins at 16:00

http://www.leedsfilm.com/films/django/
http://www.leedsfilm.com/films/django-kill/
http://www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk/ [/quote]

Looks like one you might be able to get to Rev. 8)


(Reverend Danite) #36

Well, I could’ve gone cos I’ve been around today, but unfortunately my glass back has twanged again. Last time was when the Col. came over and I couldn’t get to London, which was a far [size=12pt]bigger[/size] bummer. >:(
But… I wasn’t so bothered about seeing these on the big screen unless there was a few chums and beers involved :slight_smile: but I would still probably be sitting in the fleapit, flicking popcorn at the students, at this very mo for Django Kill if I’d felt a bit more active.
Ne’er mind.


(Trinity) #37

From: http://westernsallitaliana.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/sir-christopher-frayling-to-speak-at.html

Lee Broughton has programmed a special event as part of the 27th Leeds International Film Festival.

At 7pm on Wednesday the 20th of November 2013, Professor Sir Christopher Frayling will present a lecture titled ‘Once Upon a Time, the Western’ at Leeds Town Hall. At 8pm the lecture will be followed by a screening of Sergio Leone’s ‘Once Upon a Time in the West’ (C’era una volta il West, Italy/USA, 1968).

Further information can be found here: http://www.leedsfilm.com/films/time-west/


(Trinity) #38

From the Westerns All’Italiana blog at:

On the Trail of the post-Civil War Western.

In conjunction with the 2014 Holmfirth Film Festival, Lee Broughton has programmed - and will introduce - a double bill of revisionist post-Civil War Westerns.

Keoma (Enzo G. Castellari, Italy, 1976) and The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (Philip Kaufman, USA, 1972) will screen at the Cinema Truck, Holmfirth, from 1pm on Saturday 24 May.

The screenings are kindly supported by the Leverhulme Trust.

Further information can be found here:

http://holmfirthfilmfestival.co.uk/events/keoma-the-great-northfield-minnesota-raid-double-bill/


(Trinity) #39

From the Westerns All’Italiana blog at: http://westernsallitaliana.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/contemporary-western-mini-season.html

Contemporary Westerns mini-season

In collaboration with Screen Seven (Leeds, UK), Lee Broughton has programmed and will introduce a mini-season of contemporary Westerns.

‘Straight to Hell’ (Alex Cox, UK / Spain, 1987) will play at Screen Seven on 14th August 2014 at 8pm.

‘The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada’ (Tommy Lee Jones, USA / France, 2005) will play at Screen Seven on 21st August 2014 at 8pm.

The screenings are kindly supported by the Leverhulme Trust. Further information can be found here: http://www.sevenleeds.co.uk

What is a contemporary Western? The Western is perhaps the quintessential film genre. Ever present throughout the history of cinema, its pervasive nature means that even those who don’t choose to watch Westerns regularly are fully familiar with the genre’s core iconography and key narrative concerns. While the production of Westerns went into decline during the 1970s, a succession of skilled directors (Sam Peckinpah, Don Siegel, the Coen Brothers, et al) have been able to successfully place recognizable elements of the genre within films that have a modern day setting. This short season showcases two classic examples of this trend.


(TucoBene) #40

For the German members around Kassel (and all the others who want to show up): Screening of “El Topo” on next Friday, “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” on Saturday.

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http://randfilm.de/rff-flyer-web.pdf

http://www.kunsthochschule-kassel.de/willkommen/?sub=2&show=detail&id=1573

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