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.
Germany’s Haus der Jugend in Osnabruck will screen Buster Keaton’s 1925 silent classic, Seven Chances, on Friday 15 July. When Buster gets word that if he can be married by seven o’clock that evening, he will inherit $7 million, he proposes to everyone in skirts, including a Scotsman!
Three titles can be seen in two separate Zurich cinemas this week. First up, on Saturday 16 July at Sommerkino Rontgenplatz, is Jon Avnet’s heartwarming journey through life and love, 1992’s Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistlestop Cafe, starring Kathy Bates and Jessica Tandy. Then, between Saturday 16 and Wednesday 20 July, spoof Western, Cat Ballou, plays at Filmpodium der Stadt Zurich, while 1969’s Easy Rider can be seen on Monday 18 July.
Poland’s Stowarzyszenie Nowe Horyzonty will be showing Terry Gilliam’s The Fisher King and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, two films which display the director’s unique cinematic vision, between Thursday 21 and Sunday 31 July.
At Vienna’s Filmarchiv Austria on Thursday 21 July, Woody Allen’s 1983 mock-documentary, Zelig, will be screened. The film profiles Leonard Zelig, a 20’s phenomenon known as the “human chameleon”, who can imitate anyone he meets. Mia Farrow co-stars with Allen.
Finally, at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse, two Park Circus titles will screen as part of the cinema’s retrospective of composer Bernard Herrmann’s work: Don Chaffey’s 1963 epic, Jason and the Argonauts, can be seen on Saturday 16 July, while Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver returns to the cinema in its recently restored form on Thursday 21 July.
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