First seen on the big screen in 1969, The Italian Job returns to cinemas in 2019 to celebrate the film’s 50th anniversary.
If you happen to be in the area, you can take in a Quadrophenia film cinema screening in London next month.
If you fancy a chat with Phil Daniels and maybe a few things signed, head for the Quadrophenia screening in August.
This looks really interesting and even better, you can go to the official premiere of My Generation featuring Michael Caine himself.
If you are a fan of the film and live within commuting distance to the capital, you might be interested in this ‘fully immersive’ Quadrophenia screening at the Hammersmith Apollo on 11th February 2016.
Fans of French new wave cinema might want to put some time aside early next year as the BFI is running Jean-Luc Godard season over three months.
Should you feel the urge to see the film one more time on the big screen, there is a showing of Quadrophenia coming up in Norwich.
Alex ‘The Scenester’ Baxter gets an early viewing of the upcoming Lambert & Stamp documentary. Which means you get an early review.