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NT Live: Obsession

NT Live: Obsession

Thursday, May 11, 7PM

Jude Law (The Young Pope, Closer, The Talented Mr Ripley) stars in the stage production of Obsession, broadcast live from the Barbican Theatre in London. Ivo van Hove (NT Live: A View from the Bridge, Hedda Gabler) directs this new stage adaptation of Luchino Visconti’s 1943 film.

Gino is a drifter, down-at-heel and magnetically handsome. At a road side restaurant he encounters husband and wife, Giuseppe and Giovanna. Irresistibly attracted to each other, Gino and Giovanna begin a fiery affair and plot to murder her husband. But, in this chilling tale of passion and destruction, the crime only serves to tear them apart.

The stage production of Obsession is produced by Barbican Theatre Productions Limited, London and Toneelgroep Amsterdam; co-commissioned by Wiener Festwochen and Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg; co-produced by Holland Festival and David Binder Productions; and supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

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Thursday, May 11, 7PM

General $21 / Gold Members $16

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Exhibition On Screen 2016/17 Season

Exhibition On Screen 2016/17 Season

Bringing blockbuster art exhibitions from galleries around the world to cinema audiences. Produced by award-winning director Phil Grabsky.

The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism
Tuesday, March 21, 7 PM
Sunday, April 2, 1 PM: After the film on 4/2: Renowned Art Historian, Author, and former Director of Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Richard J. Boyle will talk about the origins of American Impressionism and conduct a Q&A.

Michaelangelo Love and Death
Tuesday, June 13, 7 PM
Sunday, June 25, 1 PM






 


 

RSC Live: The Tempest

RSC Live: The Tempest

Wednesday, March 29, 7PM

Simon Russell Beale returns to the RSC after 20 years to play Prospero in a production directed by Artistic Director Gregory Doran.

On a distant island a man waits. Robbed of his position, power and wealth, his enemies have left him in isolation. But this is no ordinary man, and this no ordinary island. Prospero is a magician, able to control the very elements and bend nature to his will. When a sail appears on the horizon, he reaches out across the ocean to the ship that carries the men who wronged him. Creating a vast magical storm he wrecks the ship and washes his enemies up on the shore. When they wake they find themselves lost on a fantastical island where nothing is as it seems.

In a unique partnership with Intel, RSC uses today’s most advanced technology in a bold reimagining of Shakespeare’s magical play, creating an unforgettable theatrical experience.

 


 

Exhibition on Screen: The Artist’s Garden - American Impressionism

Exhibition on Screen: The Artist’s Garden - American Impressionism

Sunday, April 2, 1PM
After the film on 2/2: Renowned Art Historian, Author, and former Director of Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Richard J. Boyle will talk about the origins of American Impressionism and conduct a Q&A.

Following the smash hit Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse comes a new film based on the hugely popular exhibition The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement from the Florence Griswold Museum in Connecticut, widely considered a home of American impressionism. American Impressionism took its lead from French artists like Renoir and Monet but followed its own path that over a thirty-year period reveals as much about America as a nation as it does about a much-loved artistic movement. The story of American Impressionism is closely tied to a love of gardens and a desire to preserve nature in a rapidly urbanizing nation. Travelling to studios, gardens and famous locations throughout the Eastern United States, UK and France, this mesmerizing film is a feast for the eyes.

 


 

Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)

Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)

Tuesday, April 4, 7PM

Join us after the film for a discussion and Q&A with Professor Roger Berkowitz, Director of the Hannah Arendt Center for the Humanities and Politics, Bard College, where he teaches political theory, legal thought, and human rights.

Cast: John Hurt, Richard Burton, Suzanna Hamilton, Gregor Fisher
Director: Michael Radford

Shown as part of a nationwide event organized by the Art House Convergence

Nineteen Eighty-Four is the second film adaptation of the George Orwell novel. The film is set during April of 1984 in post-atomic war London, the capital city of the repressive totalitarian state of Oceania. Winston Smith (John Hurt) is a government bureaucrat whose job is rewriting history and erasing people from existence. While his co-worker Parsons (Gregor Fisher) seems content to follow the state’s laws, Winston starts to write in a secret diary despite the fact the Big Brother is watching everyone at all times by way of monitors. He silently suffers and tries to comprehend his oppression, which forbids individual human behaviors such as free thinking and sex. He meets Julia (Suzanna Hamilton), who works for the Ministry of Truth, and they engage in a stoic love affair. They are soon found out, and Winston is interrogated and tortured by his former friend O’Brien (Richard Burton in his final film appearance).

A curated selection of relevant books, including 1984, and titles by Hannah Arendt, will be available for purchase at this event courtesy of Oblong Books & Music

 


 

Turner Big Screen Classics: North by Northwest

Turner Big Screen Classics: North by Northwest

Wednesday, April 5, 7 PM

Rated: NR

Cast: Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Writer: Ernest Lehman

While having lunch at the Plaza Hotel in New York, advertising executive Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant) has the bad luck to call for a messenger just as a page goes out for a “George Kaplan.” From that moment, Thornhill finds that he has stepped into a nightmare — he is quietly abducted by a pair of armed men out of the hotel’s famous Oak Room and transported to a Long Island estate; there, he is interrogated by a mysterious man (James Mason) who, believing that Roger is George Kaplan, demands to know what he knows about his business and how he has come to acquire this knowledge.

 


 

NT Live: Twelfth Night

NT Live: Twelfth Night

Thursday, April 6, 7PM

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity.

A ship is wrecked on the rocks. Viola is washed ashore but her twin brother Sebastian is lost. Determined to survive on her own, she steps out to explore a new land. So begins a whirlwind of mistaken identity and unrequited love.

The nearby households of Olivia and Orsino are overrun with passion. Even Olivia’s upright housekeeper Malvolia is swept up in the madness. Where music is the food of love, and nobody is quite what they seem, anything proves possible.

Simon Godwin (NT Live: Man and Superman, NT Live: The Beaux’ Stratagem) directs this joyous new production with Tamsin Greig (Friday Night Dinner, Black Books, Episodes) as a transformed Malvolia. an ensemble cast that includes Daniel Rigby (Flowers, Jericho), Tamara Lawrence (Undercover), Doon Mackichan (Smack the Pony) and Daniel Ezra (The Missing, Undercover).

 


 

Bolshoi Ballet: A Hero of Our Time

Bolshoi Ballet: A Hero of Our Time

2016-17 Season Finale
Sunday, April 9, 12:55 PM

Music: Ilya Demutsky
Choreography: Yuri Possokhov
Libretto: Kirill Serebrennikov
Cast: The Bolshoi Principals, Soloists and Corps de Ballet

Pechorin, a young officer, embarks on a journey across the majestic mountains of the Caucasus, on a path set by his passionate encounters. Disillusioned and careless, he inflicts pain upon himself and the women around him…The story based on the larger-­than-­life hero Pechorin is adapted from Mikhail Lermontov’s literary masterpiece in three separate stories recounting his heartbreaking betrayals. Is Pechorin a real hero? Or is he a man like any other? This brand new production by choreographer Yuri Possokhov is a tragic poetic journey that can only be seen at the Bolshoi.

 


 

TED Cinema Experience: TED 2017 - The Future You

TED Cinema Experience: TED 2017 - The Future You

Monday, May 1, Tuesday May 2 & Sunday, May 7

Awe. A sense of wonder. Life changing. Inspirational. All words used to describe the experience that is TED.

You have seen TED Talks but have never experienced TED – the global phenomenon propelled by ideas that are transforming the world. Until now. TED Cinema Experience will bring TED’s flagship event, TED2017: The Future You – happening April 24-28 in Vancouver, Canada – to cinema audiences around the world in three big screen events over one week.

TED2017 will explore the deepest scientific and psychological insights, the latest medical advances, and thrilling new inventions (all mixed with a dose of ancient wisdom), and will ask questions about our present and future selves that we often don’t have time for. The program will feature a succession of extraordinary speakers – risk-takers, visionaries, celebrities, and an emerging generation of idea creators – who will deliver the “talk of their lives” in TED’s world-famous format.

Through the TED Cinema Experience series, we all have access to the TED experience, giving us the opportunity to have our curiosity sparked, minds opened, and worlds shifted — together through three community viewing events on cinema screens. See the world in new ways through your participation.

All events are PG. Suitable for audiences 13 and older.

 


 

Disney’s Newsies

Disney’s Newsies

Saturday, April 15, 1PM

Straight  from  the  Broadway  stage,  Arts  Alliance  and  Disney  Theatrical  Productions present the Tony Award­‐winning musical NEWSIES!

Filmed live on stage at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, CA, this not‐to‐be­‐missed high energy show stars original Broadway cast members Jeremy Jordan as  “Jack  Kelly,”  Kara  Lindsay  as  “Katherine,”  Ben  Fankhauser  as  “Davey”  and  Andrew Keenan-­‐Bolger as “Crutchie”. They’re joined by North American Tour stars Steve Blanchard as “Joseph Pulitzer,” and Aisha de Haas as “Medda Larkin,” and Ethan Steiner as “Les” along with members of both the Broadway and North American  Tour  ensembles,  filling  the  stage  with  more  “newsies”  and  more  dancing than ever before.

Set  in  New  York  City  at  the  turn  of  the  century  and  based  on  a  true  story,  Newsies is the rousing tale of Jack Kelly, a charismatic newsboy and leader of a ragged band of teenaged ‘newsies,’ who dreams only of a better life far from the  hardship  of  the  streets.  But  when  publishing  titans  Joseph  Pulitzer  and  William Randolph Hearst raise distribution prices at the newsboys’ expense, Jack finds a cause to fight for and rallies newsies from across the city to strike and take a stand for what’s right.

 


 

NT Live: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

NT Live: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

by Tom Stoppard
Thursday, April 20, 7PM

Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter, The Woman in Black, Equus), Joshua McGuire (The Hour) and David Haig (Four Weddings and a Funeral, The Witness for the Prosecution) star in Tom Stoppard’s brilliantly funny situation comedy, broadcast live from The Old Vic theatre in London.

David Leveaux’s new production marks the 50th anniversary of the play that made a young Tom Stoppard’s name overnight.

Against the backdrop of Hamlet, two hapless minor characters, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, take centre stage. As the young double act stumble their way in and out of the action of Shakespeare’s iconic drama, they become increasingly out of their depth as their version of the story unfolds.

 


 

Met Live: Eugene Onegin

Met Live: Eugene Onegin

Saturday, April 22, 12:55 PM

Music: Pyotr Tchaikofsky
Conductor: Robin Ticciati

Tchaikovsky’s setting of Pushkin’s timeless verse novel is presented on the Met stage in Deborah Warner’s moving production, starring Anna Netrebko as Tatiana and Mariusz Kwiecien and Peter Mattei sharing the title role. Alexey Dolgov sings the role of Lenski, and Robin Ticciati conducts.






 


 

Turner Big Screen Classics: The Graduate (1967)

Turner Big Screen Classics: The Graduate (1967)

Wednesday April 26, 7 PM

Rated: PG

Starring: Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, Katharine Ross
Directed by: Mike Nichols
Screenplay: Calder Willingham, Buck Henry

“One word: plastics.” “Are you here for an affair?” These lines and others became cultural touchstones, as 1960s youth rebellion seeped into the California upper middle-class in Mike Nichols’ landmark hit. Mentally adrift the summer after graduating from college, suburbanite Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) would rather float in his parents’ pool than follow adult advice about his future. But the exhortation of family friend Mr. Robinson (Murray Hamilton) to seize every possible opportunity inspires Ben to accept an offer of sex from icily feline Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). The affair and the pool are all well and good until Ben is pushed to go out with the Robinsons’ daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross) and he falls in love with her. Mrs. Robinson sabotages the relationship and an understandably disgusted Elaine runs back to college. Determined not to let Elaine get away, Ben follows her to school and then disrupts her family-sanctioned wedding. Directing his second feature film after Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Nichols matched the story’s satire of suffocating middle-class shallowness with an anti-Hollywood style influenced by the then-voguish French New Wave. Using odd angles, jittery editing, and evocative widescreen photography, Nichols welded a hip New Wave style and a generation-gap theme to a fairly traditional screwball comedy script by Buck Henry and Calder Willingham from Charles Webb’s novel. The Graduate opened to rave reviews in December 1967 and surpassed all commercial expectations. It became the top-grossing film of 1968 and was nominated for seven Oscars, including Best Picture, Actor, and Actress, with Nichols winning Best Director. Together with Bonnie and Clyde, it stands as one of the most influential films of the late ’60s, as its mordant dissection of the generation gap helped lead the way to the youth-oriented Hollywood artistic “renaissance” of the early ’70s.

 


 

Met Live: Der Rosenkavalier

Met Live: Der Rosenkavalier

2016-17 Season Finale
Saturday, May 13, 12:30 PM

Starring: Renée Fleming, Elīna Garanča
Composer: Richard Strauss
Librettist: Hugo von Hofmannstal

The dream cast of Renée Fleming as the Marschallin and Elīna Garanča as Octavian star in Strauss’s grandest opera. In his new production, Robert Carsen, the director behind the Met’s recent Falstaff, places the action at the end of the Habsburg Empire, underscoring the opera’s subtext of class and conflict against a rich backdrop of gilt and red damask, in a staging that also stars Günther Groissböck as Baron Ochs. Sebastian Weigle conducts the sparklingly perfect score.

 


 

Turner Big Screen Classics: The Godfather

Turner Big Screen Classics: The Godfather

Wednesday, June 7, 7PM

Rated: R

Starring: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan
Directed by: Francis Ford Coppola
Screenplay: Mario Puzo, Francis Ford Coppola

Popularly viewed as one of the best American films ever made, the multi-generational crime saga The Godfather is a touchstone of cinema: one of the most widely imitated, quoted, and lampooned movies of all time. Marlon Brando and Al Pacino star as Vito Corleone and his youngest son, Michael, respectively. It is the late 1940s in New York and Corleone is, in the parlance of organized crime, a “godfather” or “don,” the head of a Mafia family. Michael, a free thinker who defied his father by enlisting in the Marines to fight in World War II, has returned a captain and a war hero. Having long ago rejected the family business, Michael shows up at the wedding of his sister, Connie (Talia Shire), with his non-Italian girlfriend, Kay (Diane Keaton), who learns for the first time about the family “business.”

 


 

NT Live: Peter Pan

NT Live: Peter Pan

Saturday, June 10, 1PM

All children, except one, grow up…

Captured live at the National Theatre, don;t miss this performance of JM Barrie’s much-loved tale.

When Peter Pan, leader of the Lost Boys, loses his shadow, headstrong Wendy helps him to reattach it. In return, she is invited to Neverland, where Tinker Bell the fairy, Tiger Lily and the vengeful Captain Hook await. A riot of magic, music and make-believe ensues.

A delight for children and adults alike, Sally Cookson (NT Live: Jane Eyre) directs this wondrously inventive production, a co-production with Bristol Old Vic theatre.

 


 

NT Live: Salomé

NT Live: Salomé

Thursday, June 22, 7PM

The story has been told before, but never like this.

An occupied desert nation. A radical from the wilderness on hunger strike. A girl whose mysterious dance will change the course of the world.

This charged retelling turns the infamous biblical tale on its head, placing the girl we call Salomé at the centre of a revolution.

Internationally acclaimed theatre director Yaël Farber (Les Blancs) draws on multiple accounts to create her urgent, hypnotic production on the stage of the National Theatre. ‘Epic. A near-perfect production.’ Guardian (on Les Blancs)

 


 

NT Live: Angels in America Part I  “Millennium Approaches”

NT Live: Angels in America Part I “Millennium Approaches”

Thursday, July 20, 7PM

Set in America in the mid-1980s. In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan administration, New Yorkers grapple with life and death, love and sex, heaven and hell.This new staging of Tony Kushner’s multi-award winning two-part play, Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, is directed by Olivier and Tony award winning director Marianne Elliott (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and War Horse). Part One: Millennium Approaches was first performed at the National Theatre in 1992 and was followed by Part Two: Perestroika the following year.

Andrew Garfield (Silence, Hacksaw Ridge) plays Prior Walter along with a cast including Denise Gough (People, Places and Things), Nathan Lane (The Producers), James McArdle (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and Russell Tovey (The Pass).

Part Two “Perestroika”, will be broadcast live from the National Theatre on 27 July.

 


 

NT Live: Angels in America Part 2  “Perestroika”

NT Live: Angels in America Part 2 “Perestroika”

America in the mid-1980s. In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan administration, New Yorkers grapple with life and death, love and sex, heaven and hell.

This new staging of Tony Kushner’s multi-award winning two-part play, Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, is directed by Olivier and Tony award winning director Marianne Elliott (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and War Horse). Part One: Millennium Approaches was first performed at the National Theatre in 1992 and was followed by Part Two: Perestroika the following year.

Andrew Garfield (Silence, Hacksaw Ridge) plays Prior Walter along with a cast including Denise Gough (People, Places and Things), Nathan Lane (The Producers), James McArdle (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and Russell Tovey (The Pass).

Part One: Millennium Approaches will be broadcast live from the National Theatre on 20 July

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