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PERFORMANCES AT THE SCREEN 2016/17

Il Trovatore (Rising Alternative) Sunday, June 26 2016 11:15AM
Hamlet (RSC Live) Sunday, July 17 2016 11:15AM
Turandot Bregenz (Rising Alternative) Sunday, July 10 2016 11:15AM
Lucia Di Lammermoor Liceu (Rising) Sunday, July 24 2016 11:15AM
La Favorita (All’ Opera) Sunday, July 31 2016 11:15AM
Rigoletto (Rising Alternative) Sunday, August 7 2016 11:15AM
Richard III (Picturehouse) Thursday,

GURUKULAM

In vivid and sensuous detail, 'Gurukulam' follows a group of students and their teacher as they confront fundamental questions about the nature of reality and self-identity at a secluded forest ashram in southern India. Daily chores, meditation, rite and rigorous study are woven together, connecting the natural and spiritual worlds in moments of surprising revelations. The richly layered soundscape

LES COWBOYS

A vast prairie, a country and western gathering somewhere in the east of France. Alain is a central figure in this community. He’s dancing with his daughter Kelly, 16, as his wife and their young son, Kid, watch from the sidelines. But on this day, Kelly disappears, and the family falls apart. Alain embarks on a relentless search for his daughter, even though it costs him everything and takes him

TURANDOT BREGENZ (OPERA)

SUNDAY, JULY 10 11:15AM

No man shall ever possess her – the Chinese princess Turandot sets three riddles for every man that comes to woo her. So far none have been able to solve the riddles, and have paid with their heads. Then an unknown prince achieves the impossible: he correctly answers all three questions. But Turandot is still unwilling to surrender to him. So the Prince is ready to lay

KAILI BLUES

In a small clinic in the rain-drenched city of Kaili, two preoccupied doctors live ghost-like lives. One of them, Chen, decides to fulfill his dead mother’s wish and sets off on a train journey to look for his brother’s abandoned child. His partner in the clinic, a lonely old lady, asks Chen to find her old lover, and give him an old photograph, a shirt and a music cassette. But on the way, Chen

LUCHA  MEXICO

In Mexico, the fight between good and evil has been waged every week for decades, thrilling generations of fans with the spectacle of Lucha Libre. Real life superheroes and villains, these masked wrestlers work tirelessly to entertain their legions of fans. Gaining unprecedented access to all the major Lucha organizations, directors Alex Hammond and Ian Markiewicz offer an entertaining, no holds

HAMLET (ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY)

SUNDAY, JULY 17 11:15AM

Hamlet has the world at his feet. Young, wealthy and living a hedonistic life studying abroad. Then word reaches him that his father is dead. Returning home he finds his world is utterly changed, his certainties smashed and his home a foreign land. Struggling to understand his place in a new world order he faces a stark choice. Submit, or rage against the injustice of his

WIENER-DOG

From director Todd Solondz, WIENER-DOG is a dark, starkly funny story of a single dog and the many different people she touches over her short lifetime.  Man’s best friend starts out teaching a young boy some contorted life lessons before being taken in by a compassionate vet tech named Dawn Wiener. Dawn reunites with someone from her past and sets off on a road trip. After leaving Dawn, Wiener-Dog

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR (OPERA)

SUNDAY, JULY 24 11:15AM

World debut for Juan Diego Flórez in the role of Edgardo, in the second most performed Donizetti opera (the first is L’ Elisir D’Amore).The staging is based on a leaning glass tower in a landscape of destruction and desolation, recalling that the country is at war, torn by the ambitions of rival clans.The opera premiered on the 9th of September 1835 at the Teatro San Carlo

MY LOVE DON'T CROSS THE RIVER

100-year old Lovebirds" Byong-man Jo and Gye-Yeul Kang have been inseparable companions for the past 76 years. Living in their small home by the river, they wear traditional Korean clothes, go shopping at the local market, have picnics with neighbors, and enjoy dance parties. Every night they go to sleep holding each other's hands. Observing this fragile couple for 15 months, director Moyoung Jin

LA FAVORITA (OPERA)

SUNDAY, JULY 31 11:15AM

Fernand is a young monk in the middle ages, preparing to take his vows. However, he confines to Balthazar that he has fallen in love with a young woman, and decides to abandon his life as a recluse to find her. And so he joins his beloved, Leonor de Guzman, who is the favorite courtesan of King Alfonso XI.

When Fernand learns that Leonor is, in reality, the king’s

TIKKUN

Haim-Aaron is an ultra-Orthodox religious scholar from Jerusalem whose talent and devotion are envied by all. One evening, following a self-imposed fast, he collapses and loses consciousness. The paramedics announce his death, but his father, refusing to let him go, takes over resuscitation efforts and, beyond all expectations, Haim-Aaron comes back to life. After the accident, the scholar remains

RIGOLETTO (OPERA)

SUNDAY, AUGUST 7 11:15AM

“Oh! Victor Hugo’s Le Roi s’amuse is the greatest subject, and perhaps the greatest drama of modern times. It’s a work worthy of Shakespeare!” A few months before he wrote those words to Francesco Maria Piave urging him to “turn Venice upside down and persuade the Censor to authorise the subject” – no easy matter given that moral values would be easily offended – Verdi

EMBARGOED ALMEIDA LIVE: RICHARD III

THURSDAY AUGUST 11, TIME: TBD

The Almeida Theatre makes its live screening debut with an explosive new adaptation of Richard III, directed by Almeida Artistic Director Rupert Goold with Ralph Fiennes as Shakespeare’s most notorious villain and Vanessa Redgrave as Queen Margaret.

War-torn England is reeling after years of bitter conflict. King Edward is ailing, and as political unrest begins to

DON'T BLINK - ROBERT FRANK

Robert Frank, now 91 years old, is among the most influential artists of the last half-century. His seminal volume, The Americans, published in 1958, records the Swiss-born photographer’s candid reactions to peculiarly American versions of poverty and racism. Today it is a classic work that helped define the off-the-cuff, idiosyncratic elegance that are hallmarks of Frank’s artistry. Director Laura

THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST (OPERA)

SUNDAY, AUGUST 28 11:15AM

With its sprawling hills and steep mountains The Girl of the Golden West was the first “spaghetti western” in Opera’s history. A revolver-wielding sheriff, a group of homesick Gold Rush miners, desperate bandits and a girl with a pure heart come together in one of Puccini’s greatest works for a production that is full of life! An exuberant symphony “of the great