American Cinematheque, in conjunction with BAFTA-LA, will celebrate the cinematic 007's 50th Anniversary by screening every single official Bond film this June between their Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood and Aero Theatre in Santa Monica. That's right: all 22 movies, from Dr. No to Quantum of Solace, will be projected on 35mm film prints! (Not a dreaded DCP to be found according to the Cinematheque's listings, thank goodness.) The movies will be spread out over ten nights and two theaters, parsed out in double and triple features. Tickets, which can be purchased on Fandango, are $11 for the general public or $7 for members. (That means that if you're planning to attend every screening, the savings almost pay for the membership.) While most of the Connery films screen fairly regularly at revival houses, some of these titles, like A View To A Kill and The World Is Not Enough seem unlikely to ever play except during a complete retrospective! The full schedule is:
Friday, June 8 Dr. No and From Russia With Love at the Egyptian, 7:30*
Saturday, June 9 Goldfinger and Thunderball at the Aero, 7:30
Sunday, June 10 You Only Live Twice and On Her Majesty's Secret Service at the Aero, 5:00
Thursday, June 14 Diamonds Are Forever and Live and Let Die at the Aero, 7:30
Friday, June 15 The Man With the Golden Gun/The Spy Who Loved Me/Moonraker at the Egyptian, 7:30
Saturday, June 16 For Your Eyes Only/Octopussy/A View To A Kill at the Egyptian, 7:30
Sunday, June 17 The Living Daylights and Licence To Kill at the Aero, 7:30
Friday, June 22 GoldenEye and Tomorrow Never Dies at the Aero, 7:30
Saturday, June 23 The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day at the Egyptian, 7:30
Sunday, June 24 Casino Royale (2006) and Quantum of Solace at the Aero, 7:30
*Author Bill Desowitz will be signing his book James Bond Unmasked preceding this event.
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As a big fan of Timothy Dalton's portrayal of 007, I just wanted to say thanks for putting his picture at the top of this post! What a great Bondian image.
I took my dad to watch the two Timothy Dalton films at the Aero Theater last weekend. It was pretty fun! I was glad and surprised to see how many people showed up for the most underrated Bond. Good times!
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