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The Man Who Fell To Earth Back On The Big Screen

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on June 19, 2011

You're face to face, with The Man Who Fell To Earth...

North America is in for a big treat over the coming weeks with the release by Rialto Pictures of a new 35mm print of The Man Who Fell To Earth.

The film is to be screened across twenty four US cinemas kicking off at Film Forum in New York on Friday in recognition of the 35th anniversary of the original US theatrical release.

Here's a bit from the Film Forum press release which you can read in its entirety above in the press release section...

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A new 35mm print of the complete, uncut version of Nicolas Roeg's science fiction classic The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976), starring pop icon David Bowie as an extraterrestrial visitor in search of water for his dying planet, will run at Film Forum from Friday, June 24 through Thursday, July 7 (two weeks).

The complete, uncut version of Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth will be re-released nationally this summer, landing at these theaters:

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Rialto Pictures commissioned illustrator Keiko Kimura to produce the beautiful new poster, above, which you can purchase here.

If you attend any of these screenings, please feel free to send in your review for use here and any scans of local press reviews, etc., that you think we may be able to use.

You lucky, lucky people you.

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    19 June 2011
    The Man Who Fell To Earth Back On The Big Screen

    You're face to face, with The Man Who Fell To Earth...

    North America is in for a big treat over the coming weeks with the release by Rialto Pictures of a new 35mm print of The Man Who Fell To Earth.

    The film is to be screened across twenty four US cinemas kicking off at Film Forum in New York on Friday in recognition of the 35th anniversary of the original US theatrical release.

    Here's a bit from the Film Forum press release which you can read in its entirety above in the press release section...

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    A new 35mm print of the complete, uncut version of Nicolas Roeg's science fiction classic The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976), starring pop icon David Bowie as an extraterrestrial visitor in search of water for his dying planet, will run at Film Forum from Friday, June 24 through Thursday, July 7 (two weeks).

    The complete, uncut version of Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth will be re-released nationally this summer, landing at these theaters:

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    Rialto Pictures commissioned illustrator Keiko Kimura to produce the beautiful new poster, above, which you can purchase here.

    If you attend any of these screenings, please feel free to send in your review for use here and any scans of local press reviews, etc., that you think we may be able to use.

    You lucky, lucky people you.