Sir Roger Moore tribute

MGM, EON Productions and Park Circus are pleases to announce a series of special screenings in memory of Sir Roger Moore to take place at cinemas across the world including Odeon Cinemas, UK; AMC Theatres, USA; and Hoyts, Australia, beginning 31 May 2017. Also, more locations will be announced soon. 

The newly restored 4K versions of The Spy Who Loved Me and For Your Eyes Only  will be screened with 50% of all proceeds benefitis to UNICEF, as as Goodwill Ambassador, Sir Moore had been supporter of UNICEF since 1991.

Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, of EON Productios, said «in honour of Sir Roger, we are deligthed there Bond screenings will benefit UNICEF which was the charity to his heart.»

Garry Barber, CEO of MGM, added «Sir Moore left an incredible imprint on audience worldwide. There is no better way to remember Roger’s legacy than bringing back his iconic performance as James Bond to cinemas across the world aiding UNICEF.»

The CEO of distributor Park Circus, Nick Varley, sais «Park Circus is extremely provileged to be MGM’s distributor ans we are delighted to have the chance to celebrate the life and work of Sir Roger through these screenings, and most particularly as it benefits UNICEF, an organisations very close to Sir Moore.»

Park Circus group is a leading all-rights sales agency and distribution companhy representing the greatest names of the Industry as MGM, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures, Warner Bross and ITV Studios among many more. The company aims to enable audiences to experience classic and contemporany cinema content.

All the details of the screenings can be fount at Park Circus and at the participating cinemas websites.

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