Saturday, August 24 – Harare Film Society screenings: The White Crow and American Graffiti. 2.30pm: The White Crow, a rescreening of the brand new drama about ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev set at the time of his defection to the West. Starring Oleg Ivenko and directed by Ralph Fiennes.
English and Russian, with English subtitles. PGA. 7 pm: American Graffiti, the 1974 film by George Lucas (later to create Star Wars) about a group of young people on a night in early 60s USA, with a soundtrack described as the greatest rock n roll music to be heard on film. An outstanding film with humour and pathos in abundance, and a debut performance by Richard Dreyfuss, also starring Harrison Ford and Ron Howard in his pre-director days.
No under 13.
Tickets $10 for members and $15 for non-members at both films.
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