Â As part of the 70×70.
23rd April, another 70×70: King’s College. Talk with Brian Catling for his film ‘The Cutting’.
Shown with ‘The Act of Seeing with one’s own Eyes’ by Stan Brakhage
18th April, Hackney Picture House.
I’m ‘in conversation’ with Barry Keeffe, who wrote the screenplay for ‘The Long Good Friday’. Which, by serendipity, will be shown on Good Friday.
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26 MarchÂ Cine LumiereÂ 18:30
In French and English with English subtitles
USA | 1987 | col | dir. Jean-Luc Godard, with Woody Allen, Peter Sellars, Burgess Meredith, Jean-Luc Godard, Julie Delpy
Two highly talented and innovative directors â€“ filmdomâ€™s Jean-Luc Godard and the theatre worldâ€™s Peter Sellars â€“ join forces in this unusual slant on Shakespeareâ€™sKing Lear. This offbeat adaptation gives the viewer a postmodern taste of Shakespeare through the eyes of a deliberately obscure auteur. The film is set some time after Chernobyl has wiped everything out, and the world is trying to set itself right again. William Shakespeare Jr. the Fifth (Peter Sellars) is faced with the task of restoring his famed ancestorâ€™s lost works.
Followed by a Q&A with Iain Sinclair
(the above is from Cine Lumiere website. Any error is theirs).