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31 January-24 July 2016
James Bond Retrospective In London

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2016-03-07
James Bond film festival London 2016
Thanks to Park Circus Films, The Prince Charles Cinema in London has managed to secure another spectacular 007 season in 2016 with 4K screenings of every James Bond film to date. (Seven of them premiered in the new 4K format at our James Bond festival in Stockholm.)

In 2015, The Prince Charles Cinema screened EVERY Bond film from Dr. No (1962) to Skyfall (2012), in what was easily their most epic & ambitious season ever! With the release of Spectre in late 2015, they knew they would have to one up themselves. Starting in January 2016, they will once again screen each and every Bond film, including Spectre!

"As well as enhancing new films, computers have worked wonders in the preservation of archive movies. In September 2014, Anders Frejdh invited me to a Bond event in Sweden where I was in the audience for a 4K screening of Octopussy. I sat there totally mesmerised - the digital remaster was pristine, and it was like looking at the first print from the original negative."
John Glen (quote from his updated biography For My Eyes Only published by Signum Books)



Screening schedule:
• 31 January at 8:30pm: Dr. No (1962) directed by Terence Young
• 7 February at 8:30pm: From Russia with Love (1963) directed by Terence Young
• 14 Feb at 8:30pm: Goldfinger (1964) (1964) directed by Guy Hamilton
• 21 Feb at 8:30pm: Thunderball (1965) (1965) directed by Terence Young
• 28 Feb at 8:30pm: You Only Live Twice (1967) directed by Lewis Gilbert
• 6 March at 8:30pm: Casino Royale (1967)
• 13 Mar at 8:50pm: On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) directed by Peter Hunt - the first public screening of this film in 4K took place at FSWL's James Bond festival in Stockholm
• 20 Mar at 8:30pm: Diamonds Are Forever (1971) directed by Guy Hamilton
• 27 Mar at 8:30pm: Live and Let Die (1973) directed by Guy Hamilton
• 3 April at 8:30pm: The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) directed by Guy Hamilton - the first public screening of this film in 4K also took place at FSWL's James Bond festival in Stockholm
• 10 Apr at 8:30pm: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) directed by Lewis Gilbert
• 17 Apr at 8:30pm: Moonraker (1979) (1979) directed by Lewis Gilbert - the first public screening of this film in 4K also took place at FSWL's James Bond festival in Stockholm
• 24 Apr at 8:30pm: For Your Eyes Only (1981) directed by John Glen - the first public screening of this film in 4K also took place at FSWL's James Bond festival in Stockholm
• 1 May at 8:30pm: Never Say Never Again (1983) directed by Irvin Kershner
• 8 May at 8:30pm: Octopussy (1983) (1983) directed by John Glen - the first public screening of this film in 4K also took place at FSWL's James Bond festival in Stockholm
• 15 May at 8:30pm: A View to a Kill (1985) directed by John Glen - the first public screening of this film in 4K also took place at FSWL's James Bond festival in Stockholm
• 22 May at 8:30pm: The Living Daylights (1987) directed by John Glen
• 29 May at 8:30pm: Licence to Kill (1989) directed by John Glen - the first public screening of this film in 4K also took place at FSWL's James Bond festival in Stockholm
• 5 June at 8:30pm: GoldenEye (1995) (1995) directed by Martin Campbell
• 12 Jun at 8:30pm: Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) directed by Roger Spottiswoode
• 19 Jun at 8:30pm: The World Is Not Enough (1999) directed by Michael Apted
• 26 Jun at 8:30pm: Die Another Day (2002) directed by Lee Tamahori
• 3 July at 8:30pm: Casino Royale (2006) directed by Martin Campbell
• 10 Jul at 8:30pm: Quantum of Solace (2008) directed by Marc Forster
• 17 Jul at 8:30pm: Skyfall (2012) (2012) directed by Sam Mendes
• 24 Jul at 8:30pm: Spectre (2015) directed by Sam Mendes

Editor's note:
For more James Bond film screenings featured on From Sweden with Love, click here.

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