Bath International Music Festival Films at The Little Theatre Cinema

We are delighted to be showing a fabulous mix of films as part of this year’s music festival.

Saturday 2 June, 10.00am  – THE WIZARD OF OZ. The 1939 musical classic sees Judy Garland and a cast of Broadway comedy co-stars lighting up the screen in glorious Technicolor, in a quest to find home. One of the world’s best-loved movies continues to charm. Delightful, for all ages. The film ties in with the Festival theme of Magic & Circus.

Tuesday 5 June, 2.00 – THE SALZBURG FESTIVAL. One internationally renowned music festival comes to another. Tony Palmer’s definitive account includes interviews with and performance footage of giants from the last 90 years. Jedermann, Furtwangler, von Karajan, Domingo, Gergiev, Netrebko and more all feature in this tremendous journey through the momentous and sometimes controversial history of the festival set in and around Mozart’s birthplace.

Wednesday 6 June, 3.00 – HALLAIG: THE POETRY AND LANDSCAPE OF SORLEY MACLEAN. An atmospheric documentary about the acclaimed Scottish Gaelic poet Sorley MacLean, in the centenary year of his birth. With music, poetry and an examination of Gaelic culture, against the wild and magical landscapes of Skye and Raasay.

Saturday 9 June, 3.00 – A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM. Shakespeare's words and Mendelssohn's music join in this glorious 1935 film, laced with sparkling sequins, flying faeries and moon-kissed forests. A unique production, redolent of the lavish golden age of cinema.

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