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Screenings Archive

Apr 9th 2012
   TV Screening: Birdsong

BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to present a special screening of BIRDSONG, in advance of its US premiere television broadcast.
 
Running time 90 minutes (approx).
 
Please join us for a screening of Part One of this Two-Part adaptation. Part Two will be aired on PBS in April.
 
With thanks to our sponsors Best Practices Lab.
 
Venue: Chaplin Theater, Raleigh Studios.
 




Mar 29th 2012
   Television Screening: Titanic

BAFTA Los Angeles hosts a special preview screening of the new British miniseries Titanic, Created by Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes, Bafta-winning producer Nigel Stafford Clark and Executive Producer Simon Vaughan.

Join us for a screening of the first two parts of this epic four-part series, prior to the US Broadcast in April.
 
Venue: The Landmark
 




Mar 28th 2012
   Wrath of the Titans

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This film will be presented in 3D.
 
Venue: Chinese Theaters #6
 




Mar 19th 2012
   21 Jump Street

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Running time 109mins
Rated R
 
Venue: Harmony Gold
 




Mar 18th 2012
   Special Presentation: O LUCKY MAN!

Co-Presented with the American Cinematheque.
 
O LUCKY MAN!: This incredible surrealistic allegory is a stunning sequel to IF..., following the adventures of Travis (Malcolm McDowell) as he seeks his fortune navigating an untamed frontier of nuclear-plant meltdowns, experimental genetics clinics and Swinging London. With Rachel Roberts, Ralph Richardson, Helen Mirren and Alan Price. 1973, Warner Bros., 178 min. Dir. Lindsay Anderson.
 
Discussion following the film with actor Malcolm McDowell.
 
7.30pm
 
The Aero Theater
1328 Montana Avenue
Santa Monica
(at 14th Street)
 
For ticket details please click here. BAFTA Los Angeles Members can purchase tickets at the reduced rate of $8 when purchasing at the theater box office or online (with presentation of Membership Card upon entry)
 
Venue: The Aero Theater
 




Mar 17th 2012
   Special Presentation: EVILENKO and IF...

Co-Presented with the American Cinematheque.
 
IF ...: More than any other film of the era, IF... perfectly represents the international spirit of youthful rebellion in the late ’60s, establishing a balance between broader, pop culture movies like WILD IN THE STREETS and Jean-Luc Godard's apocalyptic WEEKEND. Boarding school student Travis (McDowell) is one of the great screen outsiders, a poetic rebel individualist and sensitive wild man; McDowell, director Anderson and writer David Sherwin imbue him with an emotional honesty and intellectual depth rarely seen in films about youth. Paramount, 111 min. Dir. Lindsay Anderson.
 
EVILENKO: It is 1984 in Kiev, and communist professor Andrej Romanovic Evilenko (Malcolm McDowell) is dismissed from his teaching position after charges of pedophilic behavior toward one of his students. Thus begins the harrowing real-life tale of a serial killer who terrorized Russia, raping, killing and cannibalizing women and children, with magistrate and family man Vadim Timurouvic Lesiev (Martin Csokas) assigned to catch the psychopath before more civilians fall prey to his depravities. 2004, Jinga Films, 111 min. Dir. David Grieco.
 
7.30pm
 
The Aero Theater
1328 Montana Avenue
Santa Monica
(at 14th Street)
 
For ticket details please click here. BAFTA Los Angeles Members can purchase tickets at the reduced rate of $8 when purchasing at the theater box office or online (with presentation of Membership Card upon entry)
 
Venue: The Aero Theater
 




Mar 16th 2012
   Special Presentation: A CLOCKWORK ORANGE and TIME AFTER TIME

Co-Presented with the American Cinematheque.
 
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE: Director Stanley Kubrick was so stunned by Malcolm McDowell's debut in IF... that he reportedly was unwilling to begin his film adaptation of Anthony Burgess' savagely brutal, futuristic satire until he could be assured of the actor’s participation. A CLOCKWORK ORANGE proved to be more prophetic than anyone dreamed, presaging the punk explosion and skinhead-fomented violence in the later 1970s. 1971, Warner Bros., 137 min.
 
TIME AFTER TIME: One of his most popular and engaging films finds Malcolm McDowell as Victorian author H.G. Wells, in pursuit of Jack the Ripper (David Warner), time-traveling to contemporary San Francisco and finding help and romance from shy modern girl Mary Steenburgen. A marvelously entertaining blend of sci-fi, literary history and modern pop culture from Nicholas Meyer, the director of STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN. 1979, Warner Bros. 112 min.
 
Discussion between films with Malcolm McDowell.
 
7.30pm
 
The Egyptian Theater
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA.
 
For ticket details please click here. BAFTA Los Angeles Members can purchase tickets at the reduced rate of $8 when purchasing at the theater box office.
 
Venue: The Egyptian Theater
 




Mar 12th 2012
   Special Presentation: THE TERENCE DAVIES TRILOGY

Co-Presented with the American Cinematheque.
 
THE TERENCE DAVIES TRILOGY: Divided into three segments titled “Children,” “Madonna and Child” and “Death and Transfiguration,” Terence Davies’ highly celebrated trio of shorts follows the life of Robert Tucker (played by Phillip Mawdsley, Terry O’Sullivan and Wilfrid Brambell) as he grows up attending an austere boys school, becomes an office worker as a young man while still living at home and grappling with his closeted homosexuality, and finally, deals with the death of his mother and confronts his own weakening health. Winner of the Ecumenical Jury Prize at the 1984 Locarno International Film Festival. 1983, BFI, 94 min.
 
7.30pm
 
The Aero Theater
1328 Montana Avenue
Santa Monica
(at 14th Street)
 
For ticket details please click here. BAFTA Los Angeles Members can purchase tickets at the reduced rate of $8 when purchasing at the theater box office or online (with presentation of Membership Card upon entry)
 
Venue: The Aero Theater
 




Mar 11th 2012
   Special Presentation: THE LONG DAY CLOSES

Co-Presented with the American Cinematheque.
 
THE LONG DAY CLOSES: An elegant hymn to memory and the transporting power of the movies, Terence Davies’ tale of young Bud, a lonely, isolated preteen in postwar Liverpool, was listed by Time Out London as one of the best British films ever made, and is a moving biographical work. Though doted upon by his mother and sisters, Bud is miserable at his new school, where menacing bullies make his life hell, and he retreats to the local movie house, letting the silvery images of the cinema bring him some solace. 1992, Film Desk, 85 min.
 
Discussion following with director Terence Davies.
 
7.30pm
 
7.30pm
 
The Aero Theater
1328 Montana Avenue
Santa Monica
(at 14th Street)
 
For ticket details please click here. BAFTA Los Angeles Members can purchase tickets at the reduced rate of $8 when purchasing at the theater box office or online (with presentation of Membership Card upon entry)
 
Venue:
 




Mar 11th 2012
   Special Presentation: THE DEEP BLUE SEA

A special screening of this new British Film hosted with our friends at The American Cinematheque as part of our year of 25th Anniversary celebrations.
 
An official selection at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival and 2011 BFI London Film Festival.
 
Don't Forget - Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 2:00am.
 
Venue: The Aero Theater
 




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