Screenings Ticker

(Lorenzo) #41

Django, Kill! (Se sei vivo spara) is going to be shown on big screen in Zurich, Switzerland, 29th April 2015. 8.40 p.m. (expected to be shown in English with German Subtitles)! It’s a new possibility in Switzerland to program your own film at the cinema given that the minimum number of tickets will be bought:

(Lorenzo) #42

During the NIFFF Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival (3-11 July 2015) Spaghetti Westerns will be showed (in Switzerland, Neuchâtel):

With a name like GUILTY PLEASURES, the program of this 15th edition can only have one purpose: to laud the fundamental aspects of this strange enthrallment that drives the viewers to genre cinema. This program will draw up an overview of about 20 landmark fantasy films produced between 1970 and 1985.

This period, now considered a sort of golden age, spawned a swarm of sub-genres, endowed with names that range from scandalous to exuberant. Sexploitation (erotic films), Eco-vengeance (when the animal kingdom strikes back), Blaxploitation (films with an all African American cast) and Spaghetti Western are but a few examples of such genres that were heavily tapped in on the fringe of the system, and whose subjects will become the catalyst to 80s popular cinema. Such a festive and ardent wind will undoubtedly set ablaze your nights at the NIFFF!

(Lorenzo) #43

There were/are some screenings at Tremblay-en-France - scroll down to Focus Western Spaghetti:

Un dollaro bucato (Blood for a Silver Dollar) was shown and Keoma will be shown tomorrow! Nice!

(Lorenzo) #44

DJANGO KILL at the 62nd Sydney Film Festival
DJANGO KILL aka SE SEI VIVO … SPARA! by Giulio Questi will be screened at the Sydney Film Festival 2015 in the program curated by Chris Fujiwara etitled ‘Destruction Cinema’.

(Lorenzo) #45

France Dijon Cinema Devosge Tue 05 May - Sun 17 May
France Paris Brady Spectacles Wed 20 May - Tue 09 Jun

Netherlands Amsterdam Filmtheater De Uitkijk Sun 05 Apr - Sun 26 Apr

Russian Federation St. Petersburg Avrora Theatre Sat 23 May
Turkey Eskisehir International Eskisehir Film Festival Sat 02 May - Sun 10 May
United Kingdom Bo’ness Hippodrome Sat 09 May

France Paris Brady Spectacles Wed 20 May - Tue 09 Jun

(Trinity) #46

From the Westerns All’Italiana blog at:

In collaboration with the 6th Holmfirth Film Festival, Lee Broughton has programmed and will introduce a screening of Ferdinando Baldi’s ‘Django, Prepare a Coffin’ (Italy, 1968).

The screening will commence at 2pm on Saturday 16th May 2015 at the Adult Education Centre, Holmfirth.

The screening is kindly supported by the Leverhulme Trust.

Further information can be found here:

(Lorenzo) #47

GO WEST with the Italian Society at Berkeley (California) this Summer!

Join us for C’ERA UNA VOLTA IL WEST, our retrospective series on the Spaghetti Western!

Join us for tales of bloodshed and bullets, all set in an Old West brought to life by visionary Italian directors!


June 3 – Django (Sergio Corbucci, 1966), Trailer

June 17 – The Great Silence (Sergio Corbucci, 1968), Trailer

July 1 – They Call Me Trinity (Enzo Barboni, 1970), Trailer

July 15 – Duck You Sucker (Sergio Leone, 1972), Trailer

July 29 – My Name is Nobody (Tonino Valerii, 1973), Trailer

August 12 – Per un pugno di dollari (Sergio Leone, 1964), Trailer

All films will be shown in English, except Django and Per un pugno di dollari (in Italian with English subtitles).

(Trinity) #48

From the Westerns All’Italiana blog at:

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

The screenings are as follows:

Wednesday 12 August 2015, 8pm: ‘The Good, the Bad, the Weird’ (Kim Jee-Woon, South Korea, 2009).

Wednesday 19 August 2015, 8pm: ‘The Proposition’ (John Hillcoat, Australia/UK, 2006).

Tuesday 25 August 2015, 8pm: ‘Walker’ (Alex Cox, USA/Mexico/Spain, 1987).

The screenings are kindly supported by the Leverhulme Trust.

Further information can be found here:

(Sebastian) #49

and for those in LA, do catch some of the spaghetti western screenings at the New Beverly

(flynnparadox) #50

Anyone in the Phoenix area want to take a trip over to Hollywood August 30th/31st to catch Fistful of Dollars and Minnesota Clay in 35mm? I don’t drive but I can provide at least half the gas money…

(Sebastian) #51

meet John Kirk in Houston?

(Sebastian) #52

Blue Underground


New York Premiere of the Brand New Restoration


Tony Anthony (COMIN’ AT YA!) and Lloyd Battista (BLINDMAN) star in this thrilling finale to the highly successful “Stranger” series, which critics have compared favorably to Sam Raimi’s ARMY OF DARKNESS. Tony Anthony is often regarded as the Jackie Chan of “Spaghetti Westerns,” doing all his own crazy, hair-raising stunts!

“The Stranger Is One Of The Coolest Spaghetti Western Characters Ever!”

– Spaghetti Western Database

“One of the damned craziest westerns I have ever watched…

The vibe and tone of the movie brought to mind

a mash-up of ARMY OF DARKNESS by way of DJANGO!”

– McBastard’s Mausoleum

“GET MEAN returns in fine form from Blue Underground…

A real labor of love for a jaw-dropping, wildly entertaining film!”

– Mondo Digital

“This full-blown restoration courtesy of Blue Underground is outstanding!”

– Film Score Monthly


Cinefamily Q&A:

Monday, October 26th at 7:30 pm

Nitehawk Cinema

136 Metropolitan Ave.

Brooklyn, NY 11249

Post-Screening Q&A with

Producer/Star TONY ANTHONY &

Executive Producer RONALD J. SCHNEIDER!

Free Poster Signing! After Party!

For Tickets:

(Rutledal) #53

New Beverly Cinema in LA is screening 5 Bud Spencer films in November. All in 35mm.

(Trinity) #54

From the Westerns All’Italiana blog at:

In collaboration with the 29th Leeds International Film Festival, Lee Broughton has programmed and will introduce a screening of Carlo Lizzani’s cult Spaghetti Western ‘Requiescant’ (Italy/West Germany, 1967). The screening will take place at Leeds Town Hall (the Albert Room) on Wednesday 18 November 2015 at 18:30.

Further information can be found here:

The screening is kindly supported by the Leverhulme Trust.

(Phil H) #55

For those in the London area fancying an old fashioned movie marathon between Christmas and new year, the Prince Charles Cinema is screening the Dollars Trilogy back to back on December 29th from 3.45pm. All are 35mm prints apparently which will make a nice change and the ticket prices are £15 for members and £17.50 for non members which covers all three films.

Here’s the link to their webpage:

(Sebastian) #56

the Prince Charles might also be on the 70mm list for The Hateful Eight…

(Phil H) #57

I’ll keep my eye out for that.

(Sebastian) #58

Der Kölner Filmclub 813 startet ab dem 19. Februar 2016 eine Reihe mit monatlichen Italowestern Double-Features. Den Auftakt machen unter dem Motto “Vergessene Genreperlen - 2x Hunter im Italowestern”, Enzo Peris “Drei Pistolen gegen Cesare” (3 pistole contro Cesare, 1967) mit Thomas Hunter, James Shigeta und Nadir Moretti, sowie Giuliano Carnimeos “Ringo - Such Dir einen Platz zum Sterben” (Joe… cercati un posto per morire!, 1968) mit Jeffrey Hunter, Pascale Petit und Giovanni Pallavicino. Die Kopien stammen aus dem Dirty Pictures Filmarchiv, welches bei Erfolg allumfassend vorgeführt werden soll.

English: If you live in Cologne, Germany, the Filmclub 813 is starting a series of screenings on Feb 19

(Sebastian) #59

Das Hamburger Bizarre Cinema zeigt am 14. Februar 2016, um 14.30 Uhr, Aldo Florios Italowestern “Knie nieder und friß Staub” (Anda muchacho, spara!, 1971) mit Fabio Testi, Charo López und José Calvo.

(Sebastian) #60


and there are plenty of screenings as always at the New Beverly, including The Great Silence in 35mm