Princess Kaguya Cinema Screenings Next Sunday

posted on by Andrew Osmond
Oscar-nominated film being shown about U.K. by Picturehouse venues

Isao Takahata's Oscar-nominated Ghibli film The Tale of the Princess Kaguya will have numerous cinema screenings on Sunday November 27 by Picturehouse cinemas. All the screenings are linked from this web page. Nearly all the screenings are described as subtitled, although the screening at Clapham Picturehouse is not described as either dubbed or subtitled.

Set in tenth-century Japan, the film is about a tiny girl who emerges from a bamboo shoot, is adopted by a peasant couple, and then finds herself elevated to high society. The Princess Kaguya screenings are part of a season of fairy tale-related films at the Picturehouse cinema chain, called the Enchanted Screen. (Other films in the season include The Red Shoes, The Company of Wolves and The Singing Ringing Tree.)

The following venues are showing Princess Kaguya on Sunday November 27:

Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford; York City Screen; London Clapham Picturehouse; London, Greenwich Picturehouse – 12 noon.

Exeter Picturehouse – 12.30 p.m.

London, Picturehouse Central; Cinema City Picturehouse, Norwich; Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge; Little Theatre Cinema, Bath; Harbour Lights Southampton; Cameo, Edinburgh; Brighton Duke's at Komedia – 1 p.m.

Henley Regal Picturehouse – 2 p.m.

Picturehouse, Bradford (at Science+Media Museum) – 2.30 p.m.

London, East Dulwich Picturehouse – 4 p.m.

London, Crouch End Picturehouse – 5.30 p.m.

London, Hackey Picturehouse; London, Stratford Picturehouse; Liverpool Picturehouse at FACT – 6 p.m.

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