January 2017, arsenal cinema

Classics Not Just for Kids

SHERLOCK, JR., 1924

We finish off the Magical History Tour on the theme of "Choreography" with two brilliantly choreographed slapstick comedies by and with one of the giants of American comedy: Buster Keaton.
ONE WEEK
(Edward F. Cline, Buster Keaton, USA 1920, 8., 15. & 29.1.) House-building in one week—child’s play, according to the instructions included with the wedding present. Full of vigor, Buster and his new bride set to work. What follows is as much a circus as a grandiosely grotesque construction process.
SHERLOCK, JR.
(Buster Keaton, USA 1924, 8., 15. & 29.1.) Buster Keaton as projectionist and avid detective who dreams himself and his own yearnings into the films he projects. In this doubled imaginarium, he can not only eliminate his criminal rivals, but also scintillate with a cascade of hilarious gags and spectacular stunts. (mg)

arsenal cinema: Classics Not Just for Kids

04:30 pm Cinema 1


One Week

Sherlock, Jr.

One Week Edward F. Cline, Buster Keaton USA 1920
DCP OV/GeS 22 min
Sherlock, Jr. Buster Keaton USA 1924
DCP OV/GeS 45 min

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: Of Forms and Figures – Choreography in Film

07:00 pm Cinema 2


Casablanca

Casablanca Michael Curtiz
USA 1942 With Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman
35 mm OV/GeS 104 min

arsenal cinema: Frank Capra Retrospective (2)

07:30 pm Cinema 1


A Hole in the Head

A Hole in the Head USA 1959
With Frank Sinatra, Edward G. Robinson
35 mm OV 120 min