Thursday 01 February 2018 - 19.50 to Thursday 08 February 2018 - 22.00

The British Council is proud to collaborate with Broadway Circuit in bringing Exhibition On Screen (EOS), a series of revolutionary productions that fuse film and art exhibitions with novel cinematic experiences. Join us this February, as part of MOViE MOViE Festival: Life is Art 2018, for screenings of Leonardo, from The National Gallery London, and to view Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpieces at a cinema near you.

PALACE ifc Broadway The ONE
19.50, Thursday 1 February 2018 17.30, Sunday 4 February 2018*
15.30, Saturday 10 February 2018   
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza  
19.50, Sunday 8 February 2018  

* with post-screening sharing
Guest speaker: Eve Tam, Museum Director, Hong Kong Museum of Art

Book your tickets at  PALACE ifc / Broadway The ONE / MOViE MOViE Cityplaza.

Director: Phil Grabsky           
Duration: 87 minutes
Lanugage: English (without subtitles)

 'A beautiful body perishes, but a work of art dies not'

A remarkable event occurred at London’s National Gallery when the largest ever collection of Leonardo Da Vinci’s surviving paintings was assembled in a unique exhibition: Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan (9 November 2011 – 5 February 2012.) 

The film of the exhibition was produced by Phil Grabsky’s award-winning Seventh Art Productions and presented by art historian and broadcaster Tim Marlow. Capturing the excitement of the extraordinary occasion, the film provides a fascinating exploration of Leonardo’s works. Marlow offers his insight into these masterpieces and invites the opinions and experiences of the curators, restorers and other specially invited guests, among them actress Fiona Shaw, artist Michael Craig-Martin and dancer Deborah Bull. 

Leonardo is recognised as perhaps the greatest painter and sculptor of all time, and there was no end to his talents. This film tells his life story and expands on Leonardo the visionary and inventor from Château du Clos Lucé in France, where he lived out his final years, concluding that Da Vinci was perhaps the very embodiment of the spirit of the Renaissance.