Dr Mabuse with Iain Sinclair: 70×70 Screening in Swedenborg Hall: 30 July 2013


London writer, filmmaker and ‘psychogeogrpaher’ Iain Sinclair celebrates his 70th birthday year, with the showing of 70 films, handpicked for their relation to his work. As part of the 70×70 season, the Swedenborg Society is delighted to present Fritz Lang’s definitive Dr Mabuse trilogy. These screenings will take place in Swedenborg Hall, ‘one of London’s most atmospheric venues’ (The Guardian) and Iain Sinclair will be present to give readings and discuss the films.

Film Programme, 30.07.2013:

Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler (Fritz Lang, 1922)
The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (Fritz Lang, 1933)
The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (Fritz Lang, 1960)


avt_iain-sinclair_2415The Society will also launch the latest volume in the Swedenborg Archive series: Swimming To Heaven by Iain Sinclair.

Refreshments will be available throughout the day. Doors open at 11.30 am for a 12 noon start. Seats can be booked for the entire programme or for individual screenings.


12.00-4.00         SCREENING: Dr Mabuse: the Gambler

4.00-4.30            Break (with refreshments)

4.30-6.30           SCREENING: The Testament of Dr Mabuse

6.30-7.00            Break (with refreshments)

7.00-7.30           TALK & BOOK LAUNCH: Iain Sinclair/Swimming To Heaven

7.30-9.30            SCREENING: The 1000 Eyes of Dr Mabuse

HallCNJ?ADMISSION IS FREE BUT CAPACITY IS LIMITED. Please contact nora@swedenborg.org.ukto book places in advance.

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