Sunday Screening – The Third Man (1949) / The Phantom Empire: The Singing Cowboy (1935)
October 9, 2009
— Electric Sheep Magazine
Electric Sheep Subterranea – The Third Man / The Phantom Empire: The Singing Cowboy
Starting in October, Electric Sheep presents subterranean screenings of minor masterpieces, oddball B-movies and genre classics in the convivial surroundings of Cinéphilia West.
Join us every second Sunday of the month for a feature film and a chat, preceded by an episode from a serial or series, which will be shown over a season of screenings.On 11th October we start a season of underground themed films in honour of our venue’s location with a screening of Carol Reed’s The Third Man (1949) – watch Orson Welles’s Harry Lime skulk around post-war Vienna’s sewers in the ultimate British film noir!
This will be preceded by the first episode from the sci-fi Western musical The Phantom Empire (1935), in which a cowboy, who is also a radio show host, stumbles upon an ancient but highly advanced civilisation living under his ranch…
Has to be seen to be believed!
Every second Sunday of the month, Cinéphilia West.
ENTRY TO THIS SCREENING, AS TO ALL CINEPHILIA EVENTS, IS LIMITED TO MEMBERS. You can buy membership on the door.
For £10 a month, members, and one guest, are allowed free entry to all scheduled screenings and special film events, as well as 10% discounts off all books and DVDs in the shop and all the food and drink at the café; alternatively, members can pay £55 for a six-month membership or £100 for a 12-month membership. There will be up to a dozen monthly exclusive events, please check the Cinéphilia website for details.
SUNDAY 11 OCTOBER, Cinéphilia West, 171 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RS, 7pm
More info at www.cinephilia.co.uk
Links: IMDb pages on The Third Man and The Phantom Empire
Also, the October 2009 online issue of Electric Sheep is now available and includes Alex Fitch’s interview with with Marc Price about his ‘£45’ Zombie film Colin , our round-up of the 2009 Frightfest including mini-reviews of Pontypool, Triangle and Trick ‘r Treat plus Alex’s article on ‘Retrofitting the future’ in Ghost in the Shell 2.0 and Evangelion 1.0…
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