In conjunction with the newly released Otto Preminger biography by Foster Hirsch, the Film Forum in New York City is presenting a number of Otto’s movies in January. Of course I am most interested in his Sixties output and if you are too you won’t be disappointed. His masterpiece and one of the most underrated films of the decade, Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965) starring Laurence Olivier and Carol Lynley (pictured) will be shown in a new 35mm print. Co-star Keir Dullea will present the suspenseful film. The question is does unwed Carol Lynley have a daughter gone missing from a London nursery school or doesn’t she?
Fantasy Femme Jill Haworth will also be on hand to introduce Exodus (1960) and In Harm’s Way (1965). And The Cardinal (1963) with Jill and Carol will also be shown. Click here for more information.