In File of Young Kindaichi, an opera house cursed by a demon is the venue for a revival of the musical Phantom of the Opera. Kindaichi and his partner Miyuki are invited to the island on which the show is being staged. But soon after their arrival, the troupe's leading actress Seiko and another actor are found dead. Spookily, they have died in exactly the same way as the characters who are 'killed' in the opera. Is the island haunted by the phantom? Find out in the animated adventure at Broadway Cinematheque. The Broadway Cinematheque will feature the films of French director Luc Besson over the next week or so. When his neighbour's family is massacred by a corrupt cop, hitman Leon becomes a reluctant protector of the only survivor, 12-year-old Mathilda, who asks him to instruct her in the art of killing. In Leon, initial wariness between the two eventually becomes a close bond in this film which manages to be both violent and sentimental. It screens from June 20 to June 26. The Nikita (La Femme Nikita) of the film's title is caught trying to steal drugs. Worse still, she shoots a police officer during the robbery and is sentenced to life imprisonment. But in a deal to get out of jail, she agrees to be trained as a secret government assassin. After years of training and then working as a killer, she is released and falls in love. Screening tomorrow, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. The Big Blue (Le Grand Bleu) is about Jacques Mayol's love for the sea and his struggle with his competitor, Enzo Mollinari. It will be shown on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Also screening at Broadway Cinematheque as part of the Luc Besson festival are the films Subway, Atlantis and The Last Battle (Le Dernier Combat).