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The Circus Live Screening March 21& 22

Brassage Cinema will present “The Circus”:/en/articles/1 with live orchestra on March 21st and 22nd March 2009 at the local theatre: “Studio Des Ursulines”:
10, rue des Ursulines 75005 Paris

On Saturday 21st March at 4.00 PM and 8.30 PM On Sunday 22nd March at 11.00 AM - 4.00 PM - 6.00 PM

Please call 33 (1) 56 81 15 20 to Book tickets Or write to

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Screenings of Mr Verdoux in America

  • 01/16/09 – 01/22/09 Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque Santa Fe, NM “website”:

  • 01/27/09 – 01/29/09 The Palace Hamburg, NY “website”:

  • 02/08/09 Hopkins Center Hanover, NH “website”:

  • 02/13/09 – 02/16/09 Belcourt Theatre Nashville, TN “website”:

  • 02/25/09 Cinema Arts Centre Huntington, NY “website”:

  • 03/13/09 – 03/19/09 Ritz at the Bourse Philadelphia, PA “website”:

  • 03/30/09 & 03/31/09 Cornell Cinema Ithaca, NY “website”:

  • 04/17/09 & 04/22/09 Siskel Center Chicago, IL “website”:

Screening in New York: A Woman in Paris

“Screening of A Woman in Paris at MOMA”:

This screening will occur on the following dates:

  • Wednesday, January 14, 2009 1:30 p.m.

  • Thursday, January 15, 2009 1:30 p.m.

  • Friday, January 16, 2009 1:30 p.m.

“More info”:

The Kid Screening by The British Film Institute

“Early Chaplin programme”: by the BFI. Screening of “The Kid”:/en/articles/3 on Monday 19th January at 18:30 and Saturday 24th January at 16:10

“Booking online”:

The Montblanc pen

Even 30 years after his death, Charlie Chaplin has not lost any of his popularity. To the present day, he is known and loved by different generations all over the world. Montblanc pays tribute to this icon of the screen with an exceptional edition of writing instruments: the Charlie Chaplin 88 Limited Edition.

In 1936 Chaplin slipped into the role of “The Tramp”; for the last time in the masterpiece that was “Modern Times”. The industrial mechanics from this film are symbolised on this exclusive pen by intricate cog-wheels made of solid white gold, which appear to drive on another on the jet black lacquer of the barrel. Each detail of the pen’s unique design recalls a different aspect of the role which Chaplin will be best remembered; the barrel and cone of the pen are reminiscent of his baggy trousers and his splayed feet. The tip of the cap with the mother-of-pearl Montblanc star is based on his typical bowler hat and his indispensable accessory, the walking cane, appears as the solid white gold clip.

“Montblanc website”: