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Exhibition on Screen: Cézanne: Portraits of a Life

Exhibition on Screen: Experience the work of masters in exhibitions around the world. 

Discover the visionary work of 19th century master Paul Cézanne. While underrated amongst his contemporaries, the French artist's genius is on full display in a vital new exhibition in Paris and London where his stunning portrait work takes center stage. Experts from the MoMA, Musée d’Orsay, National Portrait Gallery London and the National Gallery of Washington offer insight into his distinct techniques and vision, revealing the man's life and philosophy on the art of painting.

Cinema Through the Eye of Magnum

Founded in 1947 by Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa, Magnum Photos is an elite photo cooperative that has produced some of the most memorable images of our times. On its 70th anniversary, Cinema Through the Eye of Magnumchronicles the agency’s unique relationship with the world of film. Over the decades, Magnum’s on set photography has immortalized such classics as Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious and countless stars including Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Elizabeth Taylor and Kate Winslet.

In the Intense Now

50 years after the Spring 1968 revolutions shook the world, In the Intense Now immerses us in the uprisings as they unfolded in Paris, Prague, Rio de Janeiro, and Beijing. Brilliantly weaving documentary newsreel, on the ground archives, and stunning home footage, Brazilian director João Moreira Salles crafts a profound meditation on a seismic historical event that resonates deeply in our present moment.

In Portuguese with English subtitles

The China Hustle

Nine years after the financial crisis has brought the economy to the brink of collapse, a rag-tag band of investors feverishly seek out high-return investments in the booming global markets—and find a goldmine in China. But the discovery of a massive web of fraud threatens to call the whole system into question. A riveting post-Recession heist story, Jed Rothstein’s eye-opening exposé rings the alarm on the need for transparency in an increasingly deregulated financial world.

Beuys

German artist and activist Joseph Beuys was a provocateur who smashed through the creative barriers of the 1960s. Believing in the power of art to change to world, Beuys saw the creative act as both a political and personal gesture—channeling his revolutionary vision through installations, performance pieces and “happenings” that are still talked about to this day. Thirty years after his death, Beuys takes a fascinating and unconventional look at his life, work and legacy. 

In German and English with English subtitles 

Concert for George – Special Re-release

Rock music’s most celebrated artists came together at London’s Royal Albert Hall to pay tribute to one of their own, the legendary George Harrison, on the one-year anniversary of his death. Join Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Monty Python, Tom Petty, Ravi & Anoushka Shankar, Ringo Starr and more as they perform Harrison’s beloved songs and his favourite music in a re-release of this unforgettable musical event.

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