Autumn film season The Colour of Money begins at the Barbican on 10 September and with the economy being discussed and debated on a daily basis. With 21 films, an investigative journalism Guardian Masterclass, a Battle of Ideas event and a selection of ScreenTalks. The season opens on Thu 10 Sep with Jacob Kornbluth’s documentary Inequality for All, followed by a panel discussion with journalist Polly Toynbee, writer and filmmaker Tariq Ali and economist Ann Pettifour, and closes ten days later on Sun 20 Sep with James Foley’s Glengarry Glen Ross (1992) introduced by Will Hutton.
The first Rio + Film Festival. Celebrating the city of Rio de Janeiro's 450th anniversary, a selection of films from Rio and beyond will be screened between 24 and 27 September. Films include silent work Limite, the critically-acclaimed City of God and new works including closing night film Many Men in One.
The Rocky Horror Show will also be broadcast live on September 17.