The Prince Charles Cinema's September 2014 Highlights


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London's always-buzzing indie cinema has another packed month of special events, Q&A's, classics and themed seasons to drown in.

Tickets and details here.

You can download a pdf planner of the PCC's events here.


A final presentation of 2001 in 35mm:

The Kubrick classic is being restored in digital format, and the 35mm print therefore will probably not be available to the PCC to hire again.

 

 

A Tribute to Robin Williams in support of MIND:

Good Morning Vietnam and Dead Poet's Society will screen back to back in light of popular demand.

 

 

 

The Dollars Trilogy:

Sergio Leone's three Clint Eastwood collaborations are back on the big screen.

 

 

 

Classic Film Season:

Truly a mixed bag, with this season mixing up the Brando version of A Streetcar Named Desire with Manhunter and Creepshow.




Terrance Malick Retrospective:

From Badlands to To The Wonder, the master of the magic hour shot is fully covered.





The Dark Knight Trilogy:

Christopher Nolan's blockbuster take on the Batman mythos is always a packed event whenever the PCC screens the trilogy in one all-nighter.




John Carpenter and Kurt Russell Season:

September sees the cult classics Escape from New York and Big Trouble in Little China screening.