Screen Epiphany: Tilda Swinton introduces Peter Ibbetson
hosted by director Mark Cousins
Swinton introduces this romantic fantasy fable, based on George du Maurier’s 1891 novel.
We are delighted to announce that this Screen Epiphany will be hosted by director Mark Cousins.
Dir Henry Hathaway
With Gary Cooper, Ann Harding, John Halliday, Ida Lupino
‘I first saw it in a hole-in-the-wall cinema in Paris’, remembers Tilda Swinton. ‘Henry Hathaway is best known as a Hollywood western director who made the original True Grit. But his romantic fantasy fable, based on George du Maurier’s 1891 novel, and starring Gary Cooper and Ann Harding, is a total jewel and was the film fetish of the Surrealists.’
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