October – December







NB.  With screening venues beginning to re-open we have started to update our listings but some events remain unconfirmed and others may be cancelled at short notice so be sure to check with the venue before you attend.


12 November

To Be Confirmed  Last of the Mohicans (Dir. Maurice Tourneur/Clarence Brown, US, 1920) (Screening format – not known, 73mins)   Based on James Fenimore Cooper’s 1826 best-selling novel and set during the French and Indian War, when France and Great Britain battled for control of North America, this the second film adaptation of The Last of the Mohicans, initially directed by the great Maurice Tourneur and completed thanks to his assistant (another soon to be great director) Clarence Brown, is one of the great masterpieces of America cinema of the early 1920s.  Telling the story of two English sisters (Barbara Bedford and Lillian Hall) meeting danger on the frontier of the American colonies, in and around the fort commanded by their father, the sisters’ only hope of survival against the French forces and a menacing Huron Indian called Magua is with the son of the last chief of the Mohican tribe, the hunky yet majestic Uncas (Albert Roscoe) and the hunter and scout Hawkeye (Harry Lorraine). What ensues is an epic battle of survival, betrayal, murder and love all of which are set within the incredible forests and mountainous landscapes of North America..    Wallace Beery is suitably menacing as the evil Magua.  Oh, and look out for Boris Karloff in an uncredited bit-part as an Indian. Find out more at  imdb.com .   With live piano accompaniment from Meg Morley.  Bristol Cathedral, Bristol Link