Shaken, Not Stirred: Bond on Film

Shaken, Not Stirred: Bond on Film

Shaken, Not Stirred: Bond on Film

Shaken, Not Stirred: Bond on Film

Shaken, Not Stirred: Bond on Film

Shaken, Not Stirred: Bond on Film

TIFF Cinematheque - Retrospective

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From Connery to Craig, Bond is back on the big screen! As we celebrate the opening of Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style, come revisit every official Bond thriller from Dr. No to Quantum of Solace as they were meant to be seen.

Films in Shaken, Not Stirred: Bond on Film

    • For Your Eyes Only
    • John Glen
    • Bond and a vengeful, crossbow-wielding beauty battle a KGB double agent in the Mediterranean as they seek to retrieve a vital missile targeting system.

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    • The Living Daylights
    • John Glen
    • The broodingly Byronic Timothy Dalton made an impressive debut as 007 in this excellent espionage thriller, which takes Bond from Vienna to Tangier to Soviet-occupied Afghanistan as he pursues a renegade KGB general.

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    • A View to a Kill
    • John Glen
    • Roger Moore's last Bond outing takes 007 to San Francisco, where he races to stop a megalomaniacal microchip magnate (Christopher Walken) and his towering Amazonian henchwoman (Grace Jones) from destroying Silicon Valley.

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    • Thunderball
    • Terence Young
    • "Look up! Look down! Look out!" When SPECTRE holds the world to ransom with two stolen atomic bombs, Bond follows the trail to the Bahamas and tangles with eye-patched desperado Emilio Largo (Adolfo Celi) and his aquatic army.

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    • Casino Royale
    • Martin Campbell
    • Daniel Craig made a dynamic debut as a buff, badass Bond in this spectacular "reboot" of the series, in which a rookie 007 faces off against a terrorist financier (Mads Mikkelsen) in a high-stakes poker game in Montenegro.

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    • Moonraker
    • Lewis Gilbert
    • The most spectacularly silly Bond film ever sends 007 into orbit as he tries to prevent a mad tycoon from eradicating all life on earth.

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    • On Her Majesty's Secret Service
    • Peter Hunt
    • One of the best yet most little-known films in the Bond series finds 007 (short-lived Connery replacement George Lazenby) pursuing SPECTRE mastermind Blofeld to a mountain fortress in the Swiss Alps while simultaneously embarking on another dangerous adventure: falling in love with fast-living, suicidal countess Tracy (Diana Rigg).

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    • GoldenEye
    • Martin Campbell
    • After a six-year hiatus, Bond returned in the well-groomed form of Pierce Brosnan in this megahit action spectacle, which has 007 trying to stop his former double-O comrade-in-arms from unleashing an apocalyptic revenge on England for fun and profit.

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    • Diamonds Are Forever
    • Guy Hamilton
    • Sean Connery made a one-off return to the Bond franchise with this light-hearted and unabashedly campy entry, in which 007 heads to Las Vegas to foil his arch-enemy Blofeld's plot to blackmail the superpowers with a deadly, diamond-powered space laser.

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    • You Only Live Twice
    • Lewis Gilbert
    • "Resurrected" after a faked assassination, Bond heads to Japan and finds that SPECTRE has been disrupting space launches from their base inside a giant volcano, where the suave secret agent finally comes face to face with his arch-nemesis, SPECTRE chief Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Donald Pleasence).

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    • Quantum of Solace
    • Marc Forster
    • Hunting down the members of a shadowy terrorist network, a vengeful Bond heads to Bolivia, where a sinister industrialist (Mathieu Amalric) is plotting to take over the country's precious water supply.

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    • Licence to Kill
    • John Glen
    • When his ex-CIA pal Felix Leiter is horribly mutilated by a Latin American drug lord, Bond quits the Secret Service to seek revenge south of the border in this tough, gritty entry in the series.

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    • The Man With the Golden Gun
    • Guy Hamilton
    • Bond squares off with high-priced assassin-for-hire Francisco Scaramanga (Hammer horror icon Christopher Lee) in this exotic outing set in the Far East.

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    • The Spy Who Loved Me
    • Lewis Gilbert
    • Bond teams with a beautiful KGB agent (Barbara Bach) to foil a mad shipping magnate's scheme to spark an apocalyptic nuclear conflict, in this lavishly produced and epically-scaled 007 adventure.

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    • Goldfinger
    • Guy Hamilton
    • The most famous and iconic film in the Bond series sees 007 taking on criminal mastermind Auric Goldfinger (Gert Froebe) and his memorably named accomplice Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman), who plan to create a "masterpiece of crime" by raiding the US gold reserves at Fort Knox.

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    • Live and Let Die
    • Guy Hamilton
    • Roger Moore took over the Bond mantle for this excellent and perennially underrated entry, in which 007 follows a trail of drugs, murder and voodoo from Harlem to New Orleans to a haunted isle in the Caribbean.

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    • Dr. No
    • Terence Young
    • Sean Connery became an instant star in the first big-screen Bond adventure, which sees 007 teaming with a beautiful beachcomber (Swedish bombshell Ursula Andress) to tackle an evil genius toppling American rockets from a mysterious Jamaican island.

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    • From Russia With Love
    • Terence Young
    • Seeking revenge for the death of their agent Dr. No, SPECTRE lures Bond into a trap in Istanbul with two tantalizing pieces of bait — a top-secret Soviet encryption device and a leggy blonde beauty — in this taut espionage thriller that is widely considered to be one of the best films in the series.

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    • Octopussy
    • John Glen
    • In the most notoriously titled Bond film of all, 007 joins forces with a mysterious and beautiful master thief to stop a deposed Afghan prince from provoking a nuclear incident at the hottest point of the Cold War.

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    • Tomorrow Never Dies
    • Roger Spottiswoode
    • Bond teams with a high-kicking Chinese agent (martial arts superstar Michelle Yeoh) to stop a Murdochian media mogul (Jonathan Pryce) from precipitating a war between China and the UK.

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    • The World Is Not Enough
    • Michael Apted
    • After a British oil tycoon is explosively assassinated in the heart of MI6 headquarters, Bond seeks to protect his daughter and heir (Sophie Marceau) from an obsessed terrorist (Robert Carlyle) who is immune to pain.

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    • Die Another Day
    • Lee Tamahori
    • Released from a North Korean prison after a brutal fourteen-month incarceration, a shaken Bond partners with a sexy NSA agent (Halle Berry) to stop a rogue Korean colonel from unleashing his hi-tech galactic weaponry against the South.

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    • Dr. No introduced by Lindy Hemming
    • Academy Award®-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming joins us before our screening of Dr. No to discuss the history of costume design in the James Bond series and her own experiences designing costumes for five consecutive Bond films, from GoldenEye to Casino Royale.

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    • You Only Live Twice introduced by Jesse Wente
    • In honour of UNESCO World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, we are pleased to present the Bond classic You Only Live Twice in its recent 2K digital restoration, with a special introduction by TIFF Head of Film Programmes Jesse Wente.

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When Dr. No was released in 1962, no one but producers Albert Broccoli and Harry Saltzman thought they had a surefire hit on their hands. But even they could not have predicted how James Bond would soon become a global cultural phenomenon, and how the Bond series would survive five decades of massive change — in fashion, political alignments and cultural attitudes — with its extraordinary popularity intact. As a complement to the exhibition Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style — and on the eve of the release of the eagerly anticipated new Bond film Skyfall — we present all twenty-two official Bond films from Eon Productions, back on the big screen the way they were meant to be seen.