Dallas's Introduction (August - September 2016)
Wed 20 Jul 2016
When it was announced that When Marnie Was There was to be Studio Ghibli’s last film before taking a hiatus in production, we decided we weren’t ready to say goodbye just yet and so we are bringing you a very special Studio Ghibli Forever season this August with 12 films screening over three weeks including classics like Grave Of The Fireflies, My Neighbour Totoro and Spirited Away.
We are also continuing our Adapting Miss Highsmith and Sculpting Time seasons, examining the big screen adaptations of Patricia Highsmith and the life’s work of celebrated director Andrei Tarkovsky.
Speaking of celebrated directors (seamless segway there), there are films by the likes of Thomas Vinterberg (The Commune), Pedro Almodovar (Julieta) and the Stanley Kubrick classic Barry Lyndon on offer.
Another year goes by and September is upon us which can mean only one thing. The return of the most prolific director of the last forty years and a new film by Woody Allen. This time he is his New York sensibilities to Hollywood for the glamourous Café Society.
Other highlights this brochure include one of the highlights of EIFF 2016 The Carer, Viggo Mortensen proving that not all superheroes need fight crime or wear a cape in Captain Fantastic and you can hear songs from the new Nick Cave album Skeleton Tree before its release in the feature film One More Time With Feeling on 8th September.