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MOON Back On The Big Screen – August In London

Great news for those hankering to see MOON again on the big screen, with not one, but TWO events for those in the Capital.

First up is a very tasty double bill of MOON & 2001: A Space Odyssey at the Prince Charles Cinema, August 4th 2010. With MOON on at 18:20 followed by 2001 at 20:30.

MOON & 2001 Double Bill At The Prince Charles Cinema
MOON & 2001 Double Bill At The Prince Charles Cinema

As if that wasn’t good enough, MOON will also be back on the big screen later in August at the BFI Southbank as part of their ‘Film Science: Future Human’ season. Screening on 28th/29th/30th August 2010, booking details here.

MOON At The BFI Southbank - Aug 2010
MOON At The BFI Southbank - Aug 2010

Duncan Jones Interview With Indigo Magazine Ahead Of German Release Of MOON

Indigo Magazine - Duncan Jones Interview
Indigo Magazine - Duncan Jones Interview
Indigo Magazine feature an interview with MOON Director Duncan Jones in the filmwelt section of this months issue, ahead of the July 15th cinema release of his first feature in Germany.

Click on the logo above, or image below to go to the full interview, or download the complete July issue in PDF format here 🙂

Covering the making of MOON, the influences of classic Sci-Fi, and the involvement of Sam Rockwell, Duncan also talks about his time living in Berlin in the 1970’s, and hints that he may return in the near future to make another film…

Indigo Filmwelt interview with Duncan Jones July 2010
Indigo Filmwelt interview with Duncan Jones July 2010
And nice to see another photo of Mr Jones by the lovely Rodene Ronquillo

Update: Further German press coverage

Tip Berlin have feature this interview with Duncan

Welt Online also have a feature on MOON and Duncan

Hola Mexico MOON Opens Today!

Luna 1095 Dias (MOON) Cinemex Mexico
Luna 1095 Dias (MOON) Cinemex Mexico

Cinema release news just in from Duncan Jones, MOON (LUNA 1095 DIAS) opens in Mexico TODAY!

A quick shout out to the Twitter massive and it seems the best place to go get your fill of Duncan Jones’ first feature starring the incredible Sam Rockwell is Cinemex (although if you have any other links, please let us know and we’ll update this post ASAP.)

So, if you’re looking to see one of the best independent Sci-Fi films of the last decade, head over to the Cinemax site NOW! Or Cinemark HERE

Este filme de ciencia ficción marca el debut del director inglés Duncan Jones. Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) ha sido contratado por tres años como minero en una base situada en el lado oscuro de la Luna. Acompañado únicamente por el robot GERTY, Bell se ha acostumbrado a la soledad, por lo que al faltar dos semanas para volver a casa comienza a dudar de lo que sucede a su alrededor.

MOON Trailer in German Ahead of July Cinema Release

Wehay! From Koch Media, here is the German MOON trailer ahead of the July Cinema release. Looking like MOON will now be opening on 60 screens! Good Times 🙂

In einer nicht allzu weit entfernten Zukunft ist das Energieproblem auf der Erde endlich gelöst, seit die Firma Lunar Industries auf dem Mond den Brennstoff Helium-3 abbaut und es zur Benutzung auf der Erde abtransportieren lässt

Astronaut Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) ist auf dem Mond stationiert, um die einsame Aufgabe des Treibstoffabbaus zu überwachen. Nach knapp drei Jahren auf der Mondbasis führt er seinen Job nur noch mechanisch aus und verbringt die meiste Zeit mit dem Gedanken an seine bevorstehende Rückkehr zur Erde, um endlich seine Frau und ihre gemeinsame Tochter wiederzusehen. Aber zwei Wochen vor seiner Abreise beginnt Sam seltsame Dinge zu sehen und zu hören. Nachdem dann eine Routinekontrolle schief geht, befürchtet er, dass Lunar Industries anscheinend ganz eigene Vorstellungen von seinem Verbleib hat…

Great 8/10 review from Independentfilme

MOON To Get German Cinema Release

Saturday 12th June marks the 1st anniversary of MOON going on general release, starting in the US in 2009. Now coming to the end of a successful theatrical run in Japan, we now have great news for those of you in Germany!

Confirmed by Director Duncan Jones, MOON will go on general release in Germany on July 15th, opening on 30 screens.

More news on the cinemas you’ll be able to catch MOON as soon as we get it. Duncan also did a few interviews with the German press yesterday, so look out for those, we’ll feature those as soon as they pop up 🙂

With the French DVD / Blu-Ray release on the 16th June, and the German theatrical release round the corner, it’s great to see MOON carry on it’s trip around the Earth.

Keeping with the international theme, here’s the DUBBED italian trailer, oh Lord!

Japan Gearing Up For MOON with Twitter Campaign

Japanese MOON Twitter campaign

News from Screen Daily article by Jason GraySony plans innovative Twitter campaign for Moon in Japan

MOON fans in Japan are being given the opportunity to take part in an innovative Twitter campaign promoting the April release of Duncan Jones’ debut feature.

From midnight on 25th March, until midnight on 31st March, the first 1000 Twitter users who follow the account promoting MOON & tweet using a specific hash tag ( #moon_otoko ) will be given special access to view footage from the movie online.

Users will be selected, and then be able to view the 1st 18 minutes of the film online on 5th April, while tweeting along discussing film at the same time.

Great to see MOON continue it’s journey around the world, and certainly seems to be getting some cool attention over in Japan.

MOON opens in Japan on 10th of April, see HERE for our previous coverage on the Japanese launch.

And maybe if you click on the image below, you’ll get to speak to GERTY 🙂

Japanese GERTY

MOON Opening in Norway 12th Feb – Great New International Poster

MOON Norwegian Promotional Poster

MOON opens in Norway on February 12th 2010, and here is the Norwegian promotional poster designed by Haakon Hoseth which makes a great addition to our previous entries of MOON posters from around the world, maybe we should pop a nice gallery together at some point, when it finally completes it’s travels?

Thanks to Haakon, and Norwegian distributors Filmoptimistene for permission to show this to you all, and enjoy MOON Norway 🙂

Vote MOON for St Patrick’s Day London Screening

jameson cult film club

How does a St Patrick’s Day screening of Duncan Jones’ MOON starring Sam Rockwell, at the Royal Institute in London sound? Good? Exactly what we thought as well when Ben Mortimer pointed us in the direction of this vote off for the Jameson Cult Film Club >>HERE<<

As you can see from the above image, there is a public vote between ‘MOON’, ‘Donny Darko’, and the 1953 ‘War of the Worlds’ all you have to do, to ensure that it is ‘MOON’ that you want to see, is head over to the site, cast your vote before the closing date of January 25th 2010. Ticket registration will open on 17th February 2010, the venue will be decked out suitably for the winning film, so this promises to be a very special evening for the MOON fans (should we win) as the Jameson Cult Film Club says:

Together with our friends at Empire we have come up with a choice of three cult Sci-Fi movies, to screen at the Royal Institute, in London on St Patrick’s Day, March 17.

Many of you will recognise the venue from their Christmas Lectures, which are televised from the lecture hall every year. What you may not realise is that this fantastic venue has also been the home to some of the most prestigious scientific minds in the UK (including Michael Faraday), and some of the most important scientific discoveries of the last two decades were made within its very walls.

The venue will be dressed to complement the winning film; you will be surrounded by science wonders such as Faraday’s working lab in the basement for pre-screening drinks, before heading up into the famous lecture hall for the screening itself, followed by an after-party in the upstairs rooms of the Institute.

Tippety top night by the sound of it, so, if you want to see MOON, get on over and vote now.

Moon: ‘Moon’ Opening in Holland 15th October 2009

Hoi Holland!

Donderdag in premiere!

‘Moon’ opens in Netherlands Thursday 15th October.

Have had a quick mooch about and found it is scheduled to show at the following venue:

Kriterion – Amsterdam:

And in case you don’t know already, here is what it’s all about:

Astronaut Sam Bell woont al bijna drie jaar op de maan in opdracht van Lunar Industries. Hij leeft daar een eenzaam bestaan en door een defecte satelliet heeft hij amper contact met zijn vrouw Tess en driejarige dochter Eve. Zijn enige maatje aan boord is Gerty: een robot. Onverwacht krijgt Sam gezondheidsproblemen en gaat hallucineren waardoor hij een bijna-fataal ongeluk krijgt.

Als hij terug is op zijn basisstation, ontmoet hij zijn jongere en gewelddadigere “ik”. Deze tweede Sam beweert dat hij daar is om hetzelfde driejarige contract uit te dienen. Dan begint de strijd van de ‘echte’ Sam om zo snel mogelijk uit te vinden wat er verkeerd is gegaan en hoe hij op een veilige manier terugkomt naar huis.

Please help all of Holland get a slice of ‘Moon’ by adding any additional cinemas in the comments below. Dank U Wel!