A World to Win: A Century of Revolution on Screen
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The Kino Klassika Foundation's film series 'A World to Win: A Century of Revolution on Screen' presents a run of provocative films with a Marxist spirit in the iconic Regent Street Cinema. On February 22, there will be a screening of 'I Am Cuba' (1964) in 35mm, a story set during the Batista dictatorship, directed by Soviet filmmaker Mikhail Kalatozov. Also on the bill are 'Weekend' (1976) by Jean Luc-Godard on March 1, 'Novecento' (1976) by Bernardo Bertolucci on April 15, 'Land and Freedom' (1995) by Ken Loach on April 12.