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35mm Screening, "The Maltese Falcon" UW-Madison Cinematheque, July 25th, 2018

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If this gets any interest at all, I can try to query our loans department to see when our 35mm prints are destined to be screened around the World.

 

July 25th, 2018
"The Maltese Falcon" (1941), 35mm B&W at the UW-Madison Cinematheque
http://cinema.wisc.edu/series/2018/summer/35mm-forever

 

Unfortunately, most of the Film Noir titles I timed last year have already screened (they never tell me when or where our prints are being shown unless I beat it out of them), so I can't point you toward our brand-spanking new prints of "Raw Deal", or "I Wake Up Screaming" or "The Accused" at the present time.

 

There's IS a new print I timed last month of "The Hitch-Hiker" by Ida Lupino making the rounds, so keep an eye out for this title where 35mm revival showings occur...

 

Right now, I am putting the finishing touches on new prints of "The Ghost Ship" by Val Lewton and "Cabin in the Cotton" by Michael Curtiz, so those should be in repertory and film society theaters soon.

 

I'll ask around tomorrow and see what I can dig up if anyone is interested...

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Here's a few titles I have been able to determine will be screening:

 

(No Play Dates determined) (1940) D. Garson Kanin MY FAVORITE WIFE in Locarno Switzerland (Festival in Locarno starts 8/1),Cine Francaise (September), possibly Kino Rex in Berne (October),

 

August:

Heights Theater

Columbia Heights, Minnesota

http://www.heightstheater.com/

8/2/18 "Gold Diggers of 1933" (1933) D. Busby Berkeley and Mervyn LeRoy

 

Film Forum

NYC, NY

https://filmforum.org/

9/27/18 "M" (1951 remake) D. Joseph Losey

 

September:

Arsenal; Berlin, Germany

https://www.arsenal-berlin.de/home.html

9/17/ 18 "Craig's Wife" (1936) D. Dorthy Arzner

9/22/18 "M" (1951 remake) D. Joseph Losey

 

October:

Melbourne Cinematheque

Melbourne, Australia

http://www.melbournecinematheque.org/category/present-year/on-dangerous-ground-ida-lupino-trailblazer/

10/10/18 "The Hitch-Hiker" (1953) D. Ida Lupino

 

Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia, October 20-28, 2018

Morelia, Mexico

https://moreliafilmfest.com/en/

(TBD) "In Caliente" (1935) D. Edward Chodorov

 

Filmpodium

Nüschelerstrasse 11, 8001 Zürich, Kinokasse

https://www.filmpodium.ch/

(TBD) "M" (1951 remake) D. Joseph Losey

 

November:

Kansallienen Audiovisuaalinen Instituutti

Helsinki, Finland

https://kavi.fi/

(TBD) “The Road Back” (1937, Restored Long Version) D. James Whale

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Added:

 

Film Forum

NYC, NY

https://filmforum.org/

10/1/18 "Hotel Imperial" (1927) D. Mauritz Stiller

 

Please understand that all of these are prints timed from either the camera original negative or the best available archival film element. These are NOT digitally restored films, but are straightforward prints from film elements that can be 30 to 90 years old so they are not perfect, but are a pure film experience.

Of course, our entire lab staff is to be credited for the work, not just myself, so keep that in mind if you have an kind words for our work!

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Sorry to keep posting, but it occurs to me that the CINEMATOGRAPHER of the films might be of more interest than the listed director, so this list for your reference:

 

"Gold Diggers of 1933" Sol Politio http://www.cinematographers.nl/GreatDoPh/polito.htm
"M" (1951) Ernest Laszlo http://www.cinematographers.nl/GreatDoPh/laszlo.htm
"Craig's Wife" (1936) Lucien Ballard http://www.cinematographers.nl/GreatDoPh/ballard.htm
"The Hitch-Hiker" (1953) Nicholas Musuraca http://www.cinematographers.nl/GreatDoPh/musuraca.htm
"In Caliente" (1935) George Barnes and Sol Polito http://www.cinematographers.nl/GreatDoPh/barnes.htm and http://www.cinematographers.nl/GreatDoPh/polito.htm
"The Road Back" (1937) John J. Mescall and George Robinson https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_J._Mescall and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Robinson
"Hotel Imperial" (1939) William C. Mellor http://www.cinematographers.nl/GreatDoPh/mellor.htm

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