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All DCP/4K Screenings Pass: Ticket To All 00(7) Films 19-21 Sep

Weekend ticket (discounted) to all DCP (Digital Cinema Package) James Bond film screenings in aid of UNICEF Sverige at the National Film House in Stockholm 19-21 September incl. Q&A with selected members of the cast and crew.

• DCP/4K screening of On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
• DCP/4K screening of The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
• DCP/4K screening of Moonraker (1979)
• DCP/4K screening of For Your Eyes Only (1981)
• DCP/4K screening of Octopussy (1983)
• DCP/4K screening of A View to a Kill (1985)
• DCP/4K screening of Licence to Kill (1989)

Running times: 125-143 minutes
Studio: MGM
Directors: Peter R. Hunt, Guy Hamilton resp. John Glen

Courtsey of Park Circus, this is the first time that the films above is screened in the new digital DCP format in Sweden.

World premiere: The Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only and Licence to Kill screenings will be the first time they are screened in public in the new digital cinema format DCP/4K.

Photo left: Official film festival poster. © 2014 From Sweden with Love.

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