Now Showing: Friday 25 – Thursday 31 March 2011

Park Circus supplies films for public screening around the world, with titles for the next four weeks listed on our Now Showing page. Each week we highlight a selection coming up in the next seven days.

  • In Paris, as part of the Auditorium du Musee D’Orsay’s Hammer retrospective, there’s a chance to see Terence Fisher’s The Gorgon (La Gorgone) on Friday 25 March
  • The Nicolas Roeg season continues at the BFI in London on Friday 25 March and at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse on Wednesday 30 and Thursday 31 March with 1985’s Insignificance. Starring Tony Curtis and Theresa Russell, the film finds Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, Joe DiMaggio and Senator Joseph MacCarthy meeting in a fictional fable of post World War II America
  • Meanwhile in Brazil, Vai e Vem Producoes Culturais e Cinematograficas Ltda in Sao Paulo will be screening a number of Powell and Pressburger films between 25-27 March: The Spy in Black, Black Narcissus, The Red Shoes and They’re a Weird Mob
  • The Institute of Psychoanalysis in London will host a screening of Jim Sheridan’s multi-Oscar winning My Left Foot on Sunday 27 March at the ICA Cinema in The Mall. The film will be introduced by Psychoanalyst, Andrea Sabbadini, with guest speaker, Carol Topolski
  • Randall Wallace’s 2010 film, Secretariat, will be screening around the UK during the course of the week. In the Disney drama, Penny Chenery Tweedy and colleagues guide her long-shot but precocious stallion to set, in 1973, the unbeaten record for winning the Triple Crown

Use our Find a Screening search to see what’s showing near you.

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