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(Trinity) #61

‘Day of Anger’ screening.

From the Westerns All’Italiana blog at:

In collaboration with the 7th Holmfirth Film Festival, Lee Broughton has programmed and will introduce a screening of Tonino Valerii’s ‘Day of Anger’ (1967). The screening will take place at the Cinema Truck, Holmfirth at 7:30pm on Saturday 21st May 2016.

The screening is kindly supported by the Leverhulme Trust.

Further information can be found here:
http://holmfirthfilmfestival.co.uk/content/day-anger-film-talk


(Trinity) #62

From the Westerns All’Italiana blog at: http://westernsallitaliana.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/50th-anniversary-screening-of-good-bad.html

50th anniversary screening of ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’

A special 50th anniversary screening of Sergio Leone’s ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’ has been programmed by Lee Broughton and Mark Goodall and will take place at 18:30 at the National Media Museum, Bradford, UK on 14 June 2016.

The screening is taking place in conjunction with the international conference ‘Current Thinking on the Western III’ which is being hosted by the University of Bradford on 14-15 June 2016.

The screening will be preceded by:

i) An introduction to the film by Professor Sir Christopher Frayling, author of ‘Spaghetti Westerns: Cowboys and Europeans from Karl May to Sergio Leone’ (1981), ‘Sergio Leone: Something to Do with Death’ (2000) and ‘Sergio Leone: Once Upon a Time in Italy’ (2005).

ii) A roundtable and Q&A featuring Professor Sir Christopher Frayling, Alex Cox (filmmaker and author of ‘10,000 Ways to Die: A Director’s Take on the Spaghetti Western’ (2009)), Ulrich Bruckner (President of Explosive Media home entertainment and author of ‘For a Few Corpses More: The Spaghetti Western from its Beginnings to Today’ (2006)) and Jeremy Wooding (filmmaker and director of the cult Western ‘Blood Moon’ (2014)).

More information can be found here:
https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/National_Media_Museum/film/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly


(Trinity) #63

In collaboration with Screen Seven, Leeds, Lee Broughton has programmed and will introduce a screening of Wisit Sasanatieng’s Thai Western ‘Tears of the Black Tiger’ (2000) on 24 August 2016 at 8pm.

The screening is part of a cult movie season that Lee has curated.

The other films in the season are:

Mon 11 July: ‘Diva’ (Jean-Jacques Beineix, 1981, France)

Wed 20 July: ‘Repo Man’ (Alex Cox, 1984, USA)

Fri 29 July: ‘The Final Programme’ (Robert Fuest, 1973, UK)

Sat 6 August: ‘Two-Lane Blacktop’ (Monte Hellman, 1971, USA)

Thur 18 August: ‘Bronco Bullfrog’ (Barney Platts-Mills, 1969, UK)

Further information can be found here: http://www.sevenleeds.co.uk

The screenings are kindly supported by the Leverhulme Trust.


(Sebastian) #64

As pointed out by @Sundance

Blindman
IFC CENTER NYC OCT 7 & 8 MIDNIGHT SCREENING
THE CASTRO THEATER SAN FRANSICO OCTOBER 21 (Double feature with El Topo)


(Sundance) #65

Castro Theater website mentions it is a 4K DCP.


(Sebastian) #66

Has this been posted?


(Phil H) #67

Very tempted to go along to this.


(Trinity) #68

From the Westerns All’Italiana blog at: http://westernsallitaliana.blogspot.co.uk/2017/08/blood-moon-screening.html

‘Blood Moon’ screening

In collaboration with Screen Seven (Leeds) and in association with Jeremy Wooding, Lee Broughton has programmed and will introduce a screening of the British horror Western ‘Blood Moon’ (Jeremy Wooding, UK, 2014). The screening will take place on 10 August 2017 at 8pm. Further information can be found here: http://sevenleeds.co.uk/event/jeremy-wooding-retrospective-blood-moon/


(Sebastian) #69

Tomorrow near Lisbon


(Asa) #70

Coming up at the BFI Southbank, London in April:


(Sebastian) #71

BFI Southbank yeah… here are details

https://whatson.bfi.org.uk/Online/default.asp?BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::permalink=sergioleone&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::context_id=

Also some modern westerns to go along with that https://whatson.bfi.org.uk/Online/default.asp?BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::permalink=modernwesterns&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::context_id=


#72

Cool trailer, hopefully it will be the restored version of C’era Una Volta in America they’ll show.


(Phil H) #73

The Prince Charles, one of my favourite cinemas in London, is showing the Dollars trilogy back to back in September and the best news is they will all be from 35mm prints. Tickets are £12.50 for members / £17.50 for non-members. One ticket gets you in to all 3 films.

details and booking link is here: https://princecharlescinema.com/PrinceCharlesCinema.dll/WhatsOn?f=8077630&utm_source=email01augDOLLARSTRILOGY&utm_medium=email


(MMcG) #74

Funny thing - I realised recently that the Dollars Trilogy was screened in Dublin in April this year (www.ifi.ie) by the Irish Film Institute - they did not advertise it very well!
I similar post was placed on the SW forum in 2008 by “Cian” who also missed the screening of the same movies.

Do I have to travel abroad to see a SW film screening?


(Sebastian) #75

Cinemateque, Paris

http://www.cinematheque.fr/film/42779.html

Also: London http://deptfordcinema.org/new-events/onceuponatimeinthewest


(Sebastian) #76

The Great Silence, Berlin

https://www.facebook.com/events/2679321975418711/


(Wilco Vedder) #77

Tonight on Dutch television a new 6 parts serial starts from director Koolhoven (Brimstone). The first is about spaghetti westerns. I am curious what he has to say about the movies.


(Sebastian) #78

There is a Terence Hill retrospective in Berlin right now

https://m.facebook.com/events/349653648925772/


(Sebastian) #79

50 Years of Leone in Berlin for Christmas

https://babylonberlin.eu/programm/festivals/sergio-leone