“This is the kind of thing you dream of as a filmmaker – the continued showing of your work in its native format in places that love and cherish films. Pinch me. No, don’t.”
– Paul Thomas Anderson.
To mark the release of his luxuriant gothic romance Phantom Thread (opening on Fri 2 Feb), throughout February we’ll be revisiting some of the landmark films in the career of one of America’s most ambitious and accomplished filmmakers - Paul Thomas Anderson.
With all titles presented in 35mm prints, join us for the visually stunning exploration of LA’s adult entertainment industry Boogie Nights (Sun 4 Feb); the delightfully odd and giddily off kilter romantic comedy Punch Drunk Love (Sat 10 Feb); the epic meditation on masculinity, mortality and morals that's at the heart of the extraordinary Magnolia (Sun 11 Feb); the operatic portrait of American greed and capitalism There Will Be Blood; and Anderson’s expert channelling of the writings of cult author Thomas Pynchon in the groovy, 70’s mystery Inherent Vice (Sun 25 Feb).