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Kush Films in association with the British Urban Film festival

Presents

#Windrush70... Streets Paved With Gold


A special 70th Year Windrush Anniversary Film Screening Event remembering the history of migration from the Caribbean and the continuing story of present day migration and how this

has transformed Europe!


Presenting a programme of powerful short films and a memorable live performance commemorating the ‘Windrush’ generation and the powerful story of mass-migration with an emphasis on those that first arrived from the Caribbean; 70 years ago on the good ship Windrush.


Programme:


1. Streets Paved With Gold (music video)

2. Victor Richards presents Streets Paved With Gold (live performance)

3. Stories of Windrush (short film)

4. Sorry We Don’t Help Darkies (short film)

5. Stories of Windrush – (Guest speaker)

6. The Dead Sea (short film)


*Followed by Q&A/Discussion (45 mins)

Invited Guest Speakers tbc


There will be networking and drinks in the bar from 1.00pm. The event finishes at 3.20pm approx. with networking, more drinks and photo-calls until 4.00pm.


More info: www.kushfilms.com or www.britishurbanfilmfestival.co.uk

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Saturday 9 Jun 201813:30
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120 BPM (15)

In the early '90s, with AIDS having already claimed countless lives for nearly a decade, activist group ACT UP takes their actions to another level in order to fight general indifference. Nathan, a newcomer to the group, has his world shaken up by radical militant Sean.


“Compellingly combines elegy, tragedy, urgency and a defiant euphoria... full of cinematic life" – Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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Thursday 31 May 201819:30
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A Cambodian Spring

Buddhist monk and award-winning activist Venerable Loun Sovath is harassed, censored, and evicted by his own religious leaders when he becomes a key figure in the land-rights protests that led up to the “Cambodian Spring” beginning in 2013. Two fearless women, children in tow, take charge and lead the growing movement in their community, repeatedly facing imprisonment and violence.


Shot over six years, A Cambodian Spring is an intimate portrait of three people caught up in the chaotic and aggressive sweep of forced evictions and land grabbing in the name of “economic progress”. The film charts the complexities, both political and personal, of fighting for what you believe, asking the audience: how much would you be willing to sacrifice?


Followed by a Q&A with the Venerable Sovath


Special Jury Prize for International Feature Documentary, Hot Docs 2017

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Tuesday 3 Jul 201819:30
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A Ciambra

CinemaItaliaUK


In the Ciambra, a small Romani community in Calabria, Pio Amato is desperate to grow up fast. He easily slides between the regions’ factions –  Italians, African immigrants and his fellow Romani - and follows his older brother Cosimo everywhere, learning the skills for life on the streets. When Cosimo disappears and things start to go wrong, Pio sets out to prove he’s ready to step into his big brother’s shoes and in the process he must decide if he is truly ready to become a man. Directed by Jonas Carpignano with Martin Scorsese as executive producer, A Ciambra represented Italy for Best Foreign Picture at the Academy Awards.


This screening is in collaboration with Peccadillo Pictures

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Thursday 14 Jun 201819:30
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A Man For All Seasons (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


The story of Sir Thomas More, who stood up to King Henry VIII when the King rejected the Roman Catholic Church to obtain a divorce and remarriage. Winner of 6 Academy Awards.

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Wednesday 20 Jun 201812:0015:30
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A Wizard's Tale (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for adults.


Balloon kingdoms, dopey police dragons and happy wizards are exactly how Terry remembered his Grandmother's whacky fairy tales. Except they are real and it's definitely not as 'cheerful.'

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Saturday 11 Aug 201811:30
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A Wrinkle in Time (PG)

Kids Kino Club


Following Meg's father's disappearance, she, her brother, and her friend must join three magical beings, Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who, and Mrs. Which, to travel across the universe to rescue him from a terrible evil.


Tickets available for £3 for children and £5 for accompanying adults.

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Saturday 2 Jun 201811:30
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Andre Rieu - Amore, My Tribute to Love

Set against the stunning medieval backdrop of the town square in André’s Dutch hometown, the spectacular Maastricht concert features the maestro in his element, along with his 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra, sopranos, tenors and very special guests. André delivers an unforgettable musical experience full of humor, fun and emotion for all ages.


This presentation of André Rieu’s 2018 Maastricht Concert in Cinemas features host Charlotte Hawkins, who conducts an interview with André Rieu the moment he steps off stage, exclusively for cinema audiences.


Take a front row seat and experience this spectacular musical event on the big screen. Enjoy backstage access, interviews with André and his special guests, musical favourites and much, much more, exclusive to cinema.


For this very special concert, André will be offering a lucky winner the ultimate musical love dedication; all cinema-goers will be invited to dedicate one of André’s waltz’s to their loved ones. André will personally select a dedication and he will announce the winner during the concert on both nights.

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Saturday 28 Jul 201819:00
Sunday 29 Jul 201815:00
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Assa

Youth on the March


This cult crime film is widely seen as bringing Russian rock music from the underground into the mainstream. The main plot takes place in winter of 1980 and tells the story of a young nurse (Tatyana Drubich) who stays in Yalta with her patient and lover, Krymov, head of a criminal gang.  She meets Bananan, an eccentric young rock musician, who introduces her to Soviet counterculture. When Krymov discovers their connection, he plans to murder Bananan.


Dashingly post-modernist in style, there is also a counterpoint plot, taken from the book Krymov is reading, which shows the history of the murder of Tsar Paul 1 of Russia.


Youth on the March is a season presented by Kino Klassika

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Wednesday 13 Jun 201819:30
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Babe: Pig in the City (U)

OZ Film Festival


This year’s family film is Babe: Pig in the City, which celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2018. Dismissed as a mere cash-in follow-up to the wildly popular international smash hit Babe (1995), this delightfully dark family romp has more than enough action and laughter to thrill kids of all ages.


Having produced and co-written its predecessor, visionary director George Miller (Mad Max, Happy Feet) takes the reins for the sequel, thrusting everyone’s favourite sheep-pig into a fantastical, but unforgiving metropolis.


A box office disaster criticised at the time for being ‘too dark’ for kids, some have argued that this remains Miller’s finest film. A true family classic that is ripe for rediscovery on the big screen.


Australian snacks and lollies (sweets) will be on sale on the day - cash only.


“Could Pig in the City be the most under-appreciated Australian film in history? I can see the gremlin on the wing right now, and it’s nodding its head.” - Luke Buckmaster, The Guardian


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Sunday 8 Jul 201811:00
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Bad Boy Bubby

OZ Film Festival


“Christ kid, you’re a weirdo!”


Our Saturday night cult classic for this year’s OZ Film Festival is Rolf de Heer’s Bad Boy Bubby, one of the wildest, most disturbing films ever to bubble up from the deepest recesses of the Australian psyche. It also happens to be one of the greatest.


Imprisoned by his own mother in a dirty, windowless flat, 35-year-old Bubby (Nicholas Hope) has never seen the outside world. But when he finally breaks free, it is the outside world that’s left reeling as he embarks on a twisted odyssey of self-discovery.


Internationally revered and despised in equal measure, this is a cult classic in the truest sense. Screening from a restored digital print sourced directly from de Heer, this is a big screen experience not to be missed!


“This dark satire-cum-parable (cling)wraps itself in a quirkily beautiful aesthetic that keeps us watching even when the material is at its most repellent or alarming. It is a rich, idiosyncratic and at times very funny glimpse into the corrupting, contradictory nature of modern life.” - Anton Bitel, Projected Figures

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Saturday 7 Jul 201820:30
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Ben Okri Double Bill

This amazing Ben Okri double bill celebrates his versatility with image and words in two innovative collaborations.


Ben Okri will be reading and talking about his celebrated new book, The Magic Lamp: Dreams of our Age in which 25 stories interact with Rosemary Clunie's 25 paintings (shown on screen). Then the multi-award winning film, N: The Madness of Reason will be shown. Ben Okri's poetic text follows a French encyclopaedist caught in an African Enchantment. Two unmissable events on one ticket.

The ticket price includes a free copy of the book.


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Tuesday 26 Jun 201819:30
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Betty - They Say I'm Different

UK Premiere


Funk Queen Betty Davis changed the landscape for female artists in America. An aspiring songwriter from a small steel town, Betty arrived on the ‘70s scene to break boundaries for women with her daring personality, iconic fashion and outrageous funk music. Then suddenly – she vanished.


Creatively blending documentary and animation this movie traces the path of Betty’s life, how she grew from humble upbringings to become a fully self-realized black female pioneer the world failed to understand or appreciate. After years of trying, the elusive Betty, forever the free-spirited Black Power Goddess, finally allowed the filmmakers to creatively tell her story based on their conversations.


Followed by a Q&A with director Phil Cox and special guests


Read the New Yorker Review


Presented in conjunction with Soul Jazz Records

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Saturday 23 Jun 201820:45
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Blue The Film

OZ Film Festival


Lovers of The Blue Planet will not want to miss this incredible documentary, which takes viewers from Sydney beaches, and across the world, exploring the plight of the world’s oceans and its wildlife today.


Jody Muston’s superb cinematography is utterly breathtaking, and the insight from some of the world’s leading conservationists and activists will leave you feeling empowered and positive that action is underway, and will continue to be taken, to save our struggling oceans.


The team will be giving away eco-friendly, plastic-free products to audience members and we endeavour to have an expert in the field introduce the film. Watch this space!


Australian snacks and lollies (sweets) will be on sale on the day - cash only.


Blue is a cinematic song for our oceans; beautiful, intimate and grand. Fearlessly truth-telling, yet passionately hopeful. See this film and you will want to rise up with the waves.” — Greenpeace Australia

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Sunday 8 Jul 201814:00
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Bolshoi: Coppelia

Bolshoi Ballet


Swanhilda notices her fiancee Franz is infatuated with the beautiful Coppélia who sits reading on her balcony each day. Nearly breaking up the two sweethearts, Coppelia is not what she seems and Swanhilda decides to teach Franz a lesson.


The Bolshoi’s unique version of Coppélia exhibits a fascinating reconstruction of the original 19th century choreography of this ebullient comedy involving a feisty heroine, a boyish fiancee with a wandering eye, and an old dollmaker. The company’s stunning corps de ballet shines in the divertissements and famous  “dance of the hours,” and its principals abound in youthful energy and irresistible humor in this effervescent production.

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Sunday 10 Jun 201816:00
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Brave (PG)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for adults

Determined to make her own path in life, Princess Merida defies a custom that brings chaos to her kingdom. Granted one wish, Merida must rely on her bravery and her archery skills to undo a beastly curse.

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Saturday 4 Aug 201811:30
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Chamisso's Shadow (1): Alaska and the Aleutian Islands

This is the first part of Ulrike Ottinger’s epic Chamisso’s Shadow, which will be showing in three chapters over the course of one weekend.


The film was inspired by the writings of Adelbert von Chamisso (1781 – 1838), a true renaissance man, a famed poet and botanist, who in 1815 joined the Russian ship Rurikfor an expedition to the Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea. Ottinger uses the diaries of Chamisso, as well as those of Georg Wilhelm Steller and Captain James Cook to follow their journeys to ethnic groups living in the coastal areas of the Bering Sea.


This section is interspersed with passages from Peter Schlemihl’s Miraculous Story, a short story written by Chamisso, as well as by accounts, songs and stories of the people Ottinger encounters on her voyage.


Part 2.1

Part 2.2

Part 3


Tickets are £7 for each part, and will automatically discount to £20 total if you purchase all 4 parts together.

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Friday 20 Jul 201819:00
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Chamisso's Shadow (2.1): Chukotka

In this second section (broken into 2 parts), Ottinger’s ongoing journey takes her to Chukotka located in the Far Eastern region of Russia. Ottinger establishes links to the ancient and recent histories of the surrounding islands, where the stories of characters as disparate as Roman Abramovich and Charles Cook are interlinked in the fabric of the islands’ memories.


A recurring motif within the film is the logbook, on which Ottinger says “The logbook of imagination that accompanied me on my journey and the logbook of reality that I encountered turn into a new creation: a spatial, poetic, and cinematic reality.” These new creations also allow for a temporal fluidity as demonstrated by this section’s engagement with the Yupik people. Known as Russia’s Eskimos from a small village called Novoye Chaplino, they perform dances taking inspiration from moments from their everyday life.


Part 1

Part 2.2

Part 3


Tickets are £7 for each part, and will automatically discount to £20 total if you purchase all 4 parts together.

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Saturday 21 Jul 201814:15
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Chamisso's Shadow (2.2): Chukotka and Wrangel Island

In this second section (broken into 2 parts), Ottinger’s ongoing journey takes her to Chukotka located in the Far Eastern region of Russia. Ottinger establishes links to the ancient and recent histories of the surrounding islands, where the stories of characters as disparate as Roman Abramovich and Charles Cook are interlinked in the fabric of the islands’ memories.


A recurring motif within the film is the logbook, on which Ottinger says “The logbook of imagination that accompanied me on my journey and the logbook of reality that I encountered turn into a new creation: a spatial, poetic, and cinematic reality.” These new creations also allow for a temporal fluidity as demonstrated by this section’s engagement with the Yupik people. Known as Russia’s Eskimos from a small village called Novoye Chaplino, they perform dances taking inspiration from moments from their everyday life.


Part 1

Part 2.1

Part 3


Tickets are £7 for each part, and will automatically discount to £20 total if you purchase all 4 parts together.

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Saturday 21 Jul 201819:00
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Chamisso's Shadow (3): Kamtchatka and Bering Island

The final section of Chamisso's Shadow leads us from Bering Island to the coast of Kamchatka. The journey is the same previously taken by the German botanist, zoologist, physician and explorer Georg Wilhelm Steller and along the route Ottinger films beautiful natural landscapes dominated by the Kronotsky Volcano.


This section of the film retains the previous chapters’ focus on a multiplicity of voices and perspectives an approach which Ottinger explains stating “On this trip, I collected everything I encountered that seemed noteworthy: pictures and original footage of people who still speak indigenous languages, songs, dances and nature.” The materials, stories and experiences gathered by Ottinger throughout her journey go to the very heart of the film allowing the filmmaker to present the multifaceted cultural, linguistic and geographic changes which occur over time.


Preceded by a talk from the director


Part 1

Part 2.1

Part 2.2


Tickets are £7 for each part, and will automatically discount to £20 total if you purchase all 4 parts together.

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Sunday 22 Jul 201814:00
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Courier

Youth on the March


Special prize winner at the 15th Moscow Film Festival, Shakhnazarov’s witty comedy, a Russian equivalent of The Breakfast Club,  follows teenager Ivan Miroshnikov, who dealing with his parents’ divorce and failing to make it into university, get a job as a delivery boy. He is ironic, careless, provocative. He meets Adidas clad Katya, daughter of a famous professor. He falls for her. They start to date but his interest in her fades when he realises she isn’t really a rebel. He returns to his old friends, and the certainty of being called up for the draft.


Youth on the March is a season presented by Kino Klassika

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Wednesday 30 May 201819:30
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Cousins (15)

The Celluloid Sorceress


The Celluloid Sorceress cordially invites you to join her at the Regent Street Cinema where she continues her look at the work of director Joel Schumacher with his eclectic follow-up to The Lost Boys, screening here from a rare archival 35mm print.


Cousins-by-marriage Larry (Ted Danson) and Maria (Isabella Rossellini) meet at the wedding of Larry’s uncle Phil (George Coe). Forming a friendship after their respective spouses start an affair, Larry and Maria seek playful revenge getting Tish (Sean Young) and Tom (William Petersen) to believe that they are having an affair too. Over the course of two more family weddings feelings get more complicated when the game goes a little too far.


An avid enthusiast for European cinema, American director Schumacher moved away from the brat pack movies that had made his name in Hollywood. His remake of Jean-Charles Tachella’s French classic Cousin Cousine boasts an impressive cast and a gentle, witty screenplay from acclaimed playwright Stephen Metcalfe (Jacknife).


Also starring the great Lloyd Bridges and Adventures in Babysitting teen hero Keith Coogan, Cousins received two thumbs up from Siskel & Ebert who wrote “adultery is never this simple, and seldom this life-affirming - but the movie gets away with murder because it's funny, because the dialogue has been written with an ear for the funny things people say, especially when they're being serious, and because of Rossellini”.


The screening will be introduced by Rebecca Nicole Williams with a short selection of vintage 35mm trailers before the feature.


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Tuesday 5 Jun 201819:30
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Dancing With Crime (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


A London cab driver gets mixed up with a criminal gang and sets out to expose the group and its leader for what they are.

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Wednesday 15 Aug 201812:0015:30
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Down Argentine Way (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


Young Ricardo Quintano voyages from Argentina to New York to sell some of his father's prize horses. Before leaving, Don Diego instructs his son that no steeds are to be sold to Binnie Crawford. Upon arriving in New York, Ricardo falls in love with Glenda Crawford, but when he learns that she is Binnie's niece, he refuses to sell her the horse she wants to buy. But has love made it too late?

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Wednesday 22 Aug 201812:0015:30
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Edie

Meet Edith Moore (Sheila Hancock) an elderly woman, who in the aftermath of the death of her controlling husband, decides to fulfil a life-long dream and overcome a lifetime of bitterness and resentment. At the tender age of eighty-three, Edie sets out to try and capture a little of the magic she had as a young girl by climbing a Scottish mountain. Against her daughter’s wishes, she heads to Scotland and employs Jonny to help her prepare for the gruelling climb ahead – which sparks an unusual friendship. The story is a tale of triumph over adversity as Edie embarks on the adventure of a lifetime, set against the stunning backdrop of the Scottish highlands.

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Saturday 16 Jun 201813:3015:45
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Ellipsis

OZ Film Festival


The OZ Film Festival is proud to present the European premiere of Ellipsis as our 2018 festival opening night gala.


Viv (Emily Barclay) is killing time in Sydney, waiting to fly to London the next day. When she crashes into a stranger, Jasper (Paul Anderson), on the street and breaks her phone, the pair decide take a chance, and embark on an adventure across Sydney that will transform their lives deeply.


Far from a trite romance, this directorial debut from beloved Australian actor David Wenham is a pure delight.


The wonderful performances of an ensemble cast, the meanderings of the night’s escapades and the characters they encounter along the way, make this an utterly believable and enchanting piece of cinema.


The film will be followed by a drinks reception, generously funding by the Australian High Commission. Australian snack and lollies (sweets) will be on sale on the night (cash only).


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Friday 6 Jul 201819:30
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Film 1: Alex Prager in Conversation

Presented by The Photographers’ Gallery


Alex Prager is a photographer and filmmaker known for her elaborately staged images influenced by Hollywood cinema, fashion photography, experimental film and street photography, combining fiction over reality. The artist discusses her work on the opening day of her exhibition Silver Lake Drive at The Photographers’ Gallery (15 June – 14 October).


Image Credit:

Orchestra East, Section B, 2016 © Alex Prager Studio and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong. Courtesy Alex Prager Studio, Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong.


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Friday 15 Jun 201818:30
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Film 1: Central Europe in Shorts 1

Central Europe Animated

Just like Central Europe, animation speaks many different languages and has several faces. It can be light-hearted and funny while addressing serious contemporary issues at the same time. Discover all of these through the best of recent Central European animations.


The Tree

Lucie Sunkova, CZ/F, 2015, 15´


Chilli

Martina Mikušová, SK, 2016, 8’


Hugo Bumfeldt

Eva Katinka Bognár HU, 2016, 12’


The House

Veronika Zacharova, CZ, 2016, 5´


Strawberry Days

Eva Sekerešová, SK, 2016, 14’


Pussy

Renata Gąsiorowska, PL, 2016, 8’


XOXO

Wiola Sowa, PL, 2016,14’


The Noise of Licking

Nádja Andrasev HU, 2016, 9’15”


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Sunday 3 Jun 201813:00
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Film 1: Double Indemnity (PG)

A key film noir based on James M Cain’s novel. Phyllis Dietrichson (Stanwyck) seduces insurance agent Walter Neff (MacMurray) into murdering her husband to collect his accident policy.

Film noir is the most intoxicating of Hollywood cocktails and none is more potent than Double Indemnity

The Daily Telegraph

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Sunday 17 Jun 201813:30
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Film 1: Filmworker

It’s a rare person who would give up fame and fortune to toil in obscurity for someone else’s creative vision. Yet, that’s exactly what Leon Vitali did after his acclaimed performance as ‘Lord Bullingdon” in Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon. The young actor surrendered his thriving career to become Kubrick’s loyal right-hand man. For more than two decades, Leon played a crucial role behind-the-scenes helping Kubrick make and maintain his legendary body of work.


In Filmworker, Leon’s candid, often funny, sometimes shocking experiences in the company of Kubrick are woven together with rich and varied elements including previously unseen photos, videos, letters, notebooks, and memos from Leon’s private collection. Insightful, emotionally charged anecdotes from actors, family, crew members, and key film industry professionals who worked with Kubrick and Leon add an important layer of detail and impact to the story. Filmworker enters the world of Leon Vitali and Stanley Kubrick from a unique perspective that highlights the nitty-gritty of the creative process. By experiencing Leon’s journey we come to understand how the mundane gives rise to the magnificent as timeless filmmaking is brought to life at its most practical and profound level.


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Saturday 2 Jun 201814:0019:30
Sunday 3 Jun 201817:30
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Film 1: John Simons - A Modernist

A documentary film about British menswear’s unsung hero, the influencer’s influencer. This is the story of British menswear’s best kept secret, told by his friends, family, fans, as well as the man himself, this is the story of John Simons. Featuring Kevin Rowland, Suggs & Paul Weller and broadcaster Robert Elms.

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Monday 25 Jun 201818:30
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Film 1: Night and the City (PG)

Two-bit hustler Harry Fabian (Richard Widmark) longs for "a life of ease and plenty." Trailed by an inglorious history of go-nowhere schemes, he tries to hatch a lucrative plan with a famous wrestler. But there is no easy money in this underworld of shifting alliances, bottomless graft, and pummeled flesh-and Fabian soon learns the horrible price of his ambition. Film Noir of the highest order.

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Friday 22 Jun 201814:00
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Film 2: Barry Lyndon (PG)

Based on William Makepeace Thackeray's novel 'The Luck of Barry Lyndon', the film recounts the exploits of a fictional 18th century Irish rogue and social climber. Winner of 4 Oscars.

"Barry Lyndon is something to rediscover"

The Times

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Saturday 2 Jun 201816:00
Sunday 3 Jun 201819:30
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Film 2: Central Europe in Shorts 2

Live Action Shorts

Saying it in-short does not mean saying little by any means. This is especially true for the selection of featured award-winning live-action short films. Follow along to uncover these magical, yet very relatable stories from the heart of Europe.


Who is Who in Mycology

Marie Dvorackova, CZ/USA 2016, 15´


Morning has broken

Olga Chajdas, PL, 2017, 15’


Magic Moments

Martina Buchelová, SK, 2017, 20’


Earthly People

Ádám Freund, HU 2017, 27’

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Sunday 3 Jun 201815:00
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Film 2: Jazz on a Summer's Day (U)

An incredible collection of classic live performances, Jazz on a Summer’s Day captures Louis Armstrong, Thelonious Monk, Chuck Berry, Mahalia Jackson, and many others performing at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival.

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Monday 25 Jun 201820:00
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Film 2: Leave Her to Heaven (U)

A writer falls in love with a young socialite and they are married soon after, but her obsessive love for him threatens to be the undoing of both them and everyone else around them.

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Sunday 17 Jun 201815:45
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Film 2: The Asphalt Jungle (PG)

Huston’s noir masterpiece has inspired countless imitations and was vastly admired by the master of the French gangster thriller Jean-Pierre Melville. Menacing blond hunk Dix Handley teams up with criminal mastermind Doc Riedenschneider who’s just got out of jail but wants to pull off one last job before retiring to the pure air of Mexico.

Set amid the bleak, mean streets and sleazy dives of an anonymous Mid-Western city, The Asphalt Jungle is stunningly photographed from first to last. Marilyn Monroe makes a brief but alluring appearance as the mistress of a double-crossing fence.

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Sunday 10 Jun 201813:30
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Film 2: The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (U)

Based on R.A. Dick's novel, this film is a romantic fantasy about a widow who moves into a reportedly haunted cottage on the English seaside. Shortly after she arrives, she sees the ghost of a sea captain. Though their relationship is antagonistic at first, the two become friends.

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Friday 22 Jun 201816:10
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Film 2: The Night of the Hunter (12)

Fake preacher Robert Mitchum insinuates himself into the family of his former cellmate in an attempt to discover the whereabouts of a hoard of stolen money - but when charm fails to work, he opts for more brutal tactics. Selected by Alex Prager, Charles Laughton's 1955 American masterpiece is part expressionist horror movie, part luminous fairytale, and contains some of the most haunting images in cinema.

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Friday 15 Jun 201820:30
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Finding Your Feet (12A)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


After discovering her husband has been having an affair, Sandra goes to stay with her bohemian, free spirited sister. When her sister pursuedes her to join in her local community dance class, Sandra discovers new friends and how life really can begin again. 

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Wednesday 6 Jun 201812:0015:30
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Flaming Star (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


West Texas in the years after the Civil War is an uneasy meeting ground of two cultures, one white. The other native American.  When fighting breaks out between the settlers and natives, Pacer (Elvis Presley) tries to act as a peace maker, but the "flaming star of death" pulls him irrevocably into the deadly violence.

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Wednesday 4 Jul 201812:0015:30
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Hello Quo! (15)

The full-length director's cut returns to the big screen for one night only!


With over 120 million worldwide album sales already under their collective belts, two OBE awards, a million neon lit ‘Sold Out’ signs, and a record 108 appearances on Top Of The Pops, Hello Quo! takes you behind the scenes and tells the candid story of Status Quo’s 50 years as a touring and recording band right up to the poignant reunion of the original line up of the band, meeting again for the first time in 30 years, after lengthy legal wrangling, and seeing them not only clear the air but also plug in and play together once again.


Fully supported by the group and featuring input from a host of the biggest names in rock, including Brian May of Queen, Thin Lizzy, Slade, Paul Weller, Sir Cliff Richard and Midge Ure, the film was directed by Emmy Award nominee Alan G Parker (Monty Python: Almost The Truth, Who Killed Nancy, It Was Fifty Years Ago Today: Sgt Pepper and Beyond).


The director will be taking part in a Q&A after the screening.


"I like it, I like it, I like it" - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

"unpretentious and highly entertaining" - Time Out London

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Thursday 12 Jul 201819:30
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How to Talk to Girls at Parties

Fashion & Cinema


An alien touring the galaxy breaks away from her group and meets two young inhabitants of the most dangerous place in the universe: the London suburb of Croydon. From the visionary minds of writer Neil Gaiman and director John Cameron Mitchell.


Followed by a Q&A with Oscar-winning costume designer Sandy Powell

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Monday 4 Jun 201819:30
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In the Crosswind

14 June 1941. Without warning tens of thousands of people in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania were removed from their homes. Without any sort of trial men faced being sent to prison camps and women and children were deported to Siberia. The aim of this extraordinary operation – carried out on the orders of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin – was to purge the Baltic countries of their native inhabitants.

Erna, happily married and the mother of a young daughter, is sent to Siberia. For her, time takes on another dimension. …..

This film is based on a true story and uses extraordinary visual techniques and language to tell the heart-wrenching tale of the fate of thousands of Estonians.


Followed by a Q&A with the costume designer Anna-Liisa Liiver


Artistic Achievement Award - Thessalanoki IFF, 2014 Greece;

Best Cinematography Award - Black Nights Film Festival, 2014, Estonia

Audience Awards: Festival International de Cinema de Tarragona 2015, Spain ; Leeds Film Festival, 2014


The film event is produced by Embassy of Estonia in London and the Baltic View.

Book Tickets

Tuesday 19 Jun 201820:30
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Inside Out (U)

Part of our Kids' Kino Club
Tickets available from £3 for kids, £5 for accompanying adults

Inside Out is an animated feature about the emotions inside an 11-year-old girl's head - Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust and Anger - and how they work together to help her negotiate moving house and starting at a new school.

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Saturday 30 Jun 201811:30
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Is it Easy to be Young?

Youth on the March

Legko li byit molodim?


This ground-breaking Latvian documentary by Juris Podnieks starts at a concert of the banned rock band, Perkons. When a train carriage is vandalised after the concert, Podnieks pulls together a patchwork of conversations with those caught up in its aftermath. Subjects include a teenager charged with hooliganism at the show trial, a young filmmaker, a mother worried about her child after Chernobyl, a follower of Hari Krishna, young soldiers returning from military service in Afghanistan. The film builds a series of poignant stories of wild honesty as these teenagers struggle to create meaning in their lives. Mikhail Gorbachev called the film “the first bird of Perestroika”. It was watched by over 28 million people on its release.


Youth on the March is a season presented by Kino Klassika

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Wednesday 6 Jun 201819:30
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Jeune Femme (18)

Broke, with nothing but her cat to her name and doors closing in her face, Paula is back in Paris after a long absence. As she meets different people along the way, there is one thing she knows for sure: she’s determined to make a new start - and she’ll do it with style and panache.


“Delightful... A love letter to Paris, but one written in a concoction of red wine, blood and cat food” - David Jenkins, Little White Lies

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Saturday 9 Jun 201817:3019:30
Sunday 10 Jun 201819:30
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Jumanji (PG)

Kids Kino Club


After being trapped in a jungle board game for 26 years, Alan wins his release when two children play the game. But, no sooner has he arrived then he is forced to play again, and this time sets the creatures of the jungle loose on the city. 


Tickets available for £3 for children and £5 for accompanying adults.

Age recommendation 7+

Book Tickets

Saturday 9 Jun 201811:30
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Kangaroo: A Love Hate Story

OZ Film Festival


National treasure or common pest? This fascinating documentary delves into Australia’s relationship with its most recognised native emblem.


Drawing on interviews with conservationists, politicians, and farmers, as well as some amazing archival footage, this film builds a riveting picture of one nation’s struggle with its most iconic animal. Recognisable faces include BBC2’s Kangaroo Dundee and the late Steve Irwin’s wife, Terri Irwin.


Full of passion, heart, and bloody hatred, Kangaroo: A Love Hate Story is an eye-opening examination of culling, an emotive issue shrouded in secrecy, lies, and vested interest. A film not to be missed, but definitely not suitable for children!


We aim to have this documentary introduced by a leading animal rights advocate. Watch this space!


Australian snacks and lollies (sweets) will be on sale on the day - cash only.


“Eye-opening…[and a] heartfelt defence of a … creature outsiders might assume needs no defence" - John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter


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Saturday 7 Jul 201814:00
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Lean on Pete

Based on a novel by Willy Vlautin the film follows fifteen-year-old Charley Thompson. As the son of a single father working in warehouses across the Pacific Northwest, stability is hard to find. In his latest home in Portland, Orgeon he forms an unlikely friendship with a washed-up horse trainer and a failing racehorse named Lean on Pete. A sublime rites of passage film.

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Saturday 16 Jun 201818:0020:30
Sunday 17 Jun 201818:0020:30
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Let the Sunshine In (15)

Single mother Isabelle, a divorced artist with one child, is looking for love - true love to be precise.


“Exquisitely judged... luminously headlined by Juliette Binoche, Claire Denis's delightful foray into romantic kinda-comedy retains all the director's signature sensual delicacy” - Guy Lodge - Variety

Book Tickets

Tuesday 29 May 201818:3020:30
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Little Vera

Youth on the March

Malinkaya Vera


Famous for being the first Soviet film to show frontal nudity, Little Vera, played by Natalya Negoda, is a small-town girl trapped in the soul-deadening environment of a provincial port town. A chance meeting with handsome student Sergei makes her claim she is pregnant. He obligingly marries her and moves in with her dysfunctional family. Violence ensues when Natalya’s drunken father stabs Sergei.  Persuaded to lie about the incident by her mother and coming to realise her genuine love for the student, Vera teeters on the edge. Sergei rescues her, almost by accident. What kind of future will they have?  


Youth on the March is a season presented by Kino Klassika

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Wednesday 27 Jun 201819:30
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Lost in Vagueness (15)

The story of the wildest place at the Glastonbury Festival – Lost Vagueness. With a great soundtrack, the film tells the story of how a group of maverick, new-age travellers led by the anarchic Roy Gurvitz created a place of opulence and decadence despite the rain and mud and transformed the most famous Festival in the world.


Much of today’s cabaret, music and performance art can trace its roots to Lost Vagueness. Discover the highs, lows and the dark side of the creative process. Laugh, gasp with amazement and enjoy performances from some of the most risqué artists of the time, as well as Madness and Kate Tempest. And, hear bean-spilling stories from Michael and Emily Eavis, Fat Boy Slim and Keith Allen. The best way to catch the Glastonbury spirit in the Festival’s fallow year.

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Tuesday 12 Jun 201820:45
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Love Me Tender (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


When Vance comes back from the war, he finds that his old girlfriend Cathy has married his brother Clint causing tensions within the family. When Vance is involved in a train robbery of Federal Government money, there is a conflict when he tries to return the money, against the wishes of some of his fellow Confederates.

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Wednesday 13 Jun 201812:0015:30
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Mary and the Witches Flower (U)

Kids Kino Club


Based on "The Little Broomstick" by Mary Stewart, a strange flower grants a girl magic powers.


Tickets available for £3 for children and £5 for accompanying adults.

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Saturday 23 Jun 201811:30
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Maya The Bee: The Honey Games (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for adults.


When an overenthusiastic Maya accidentally embarrasses the Empress of Buzztropolis, she is forced to unite with a team of misfit bugs and compete in the Honey Games for a chance to save her hive.

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Saturday 14 Jul 201811:30
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McQueen (15)

Mirroring the savage beauty, maverick originality and vivacity of his design, McQueen is an intimate revelation of Alexander [Lee] McQueen’s own personal and professional world, both tortured and inspired. It is a film which celebrates a radical and mesmerizing genius of profound influence and shows his rags-to-riches story as a modern-day fairy tale laced with the gothic.

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Friday 22 Jun 201818:3020:45
Sunday 24 Jun 201818:3020:45
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Moulin Rouge (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


A fictionalized account of the latter part of the life of French artist Henri de Toulouse Lautrec (1864-1901) is presented, he who is arguably most renowned professionally for immortalizing the characters of the Paris can-can dance hall, the Moulin Rouge, on canvas. This phase of his story begins in 1890. Born into aristocracy, Toulouse-Lautrec moves to Paris to pursue his art as he hangs out at the Moulin Rouge where he feels like he fits in being a misfit among other misfits

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Wednesday 8 Aug 201812:0015:30
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My Friend Dahmer (15)

1978, Ohio. A year in the life of the young Jeffrey Dahmer, before he went on to become one of America’s most talked-about serial killers. Aged 17, Jeffrey lives with his parents is frequently subjected to bullying at school. Prone to dissolving dead animals in acid in his father’s shed, he’s the archetypal outsider. As the months pass, he encounters a trio of bohemian kids at school, led by Derf, who encourage his miscreant behaviour.

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Friday 29 Jun 201818:3020:45
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On Chesil Beach (15)

Adapted by Ian McEwan from his bestselling novel, the drama centres on a young couple’s courtship, romance and fateful wedding night in the summer of 1962. Saoirse Ronan stars as Florence, with Billy Howle playing Edward and brought to the screen by the acclaimed theatre director Dominic Cooke.


“It's a lyrical and rapturous film - a repressed passion play, funny, delicate and heartbreaking.” - Variety

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Monday 18 Jun 201820:30
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Paint Your Wagon (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


A Michigan farmer and a prospector form a partnership in the California gold country. Their adventures include buying and sharing a wife, hijacking a stage, kidnaping six prostitutes, and turning their mining camp into a boomtown.

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Wednesday 30 May 201812:0015:30
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Revenge (18)

Jen is enjoying a quiet weekend with her boyfriend when his unsavoury friends crash the party for an unannounced hunting trip. Tension mounts, until the unthinkable happens and Jen is left for dead. But Jen is not dead, and she will have her revenge.


Unashamedly graphic, gory and brutal, Revenge embraces many of the grindhouse tropes from which it traces a direct lineage, whilst flipping and critiquing the more problematic ones.


“A brutal, brilliant feminist Grindhouse masterclass, with a welcome challenge to the male gaze of ostensibly similar horrorshows.” – HeyUGuys


“With the near-unbearable scenes of self-surgery, sexual violence and several bathtubs' worth of blood, this is an uneasy and intense watch. See it if you can stand it.” – Helen O’Hara, Empire Magazine


Book Tickets

Friday 1 Jun 201818:3020:45
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Sherlock Gnomes (U)

Kids Kino Club  


Garden gnomes, Gnomeo & Juliet, recruit renowned detective Sherlock Gnomes to investigate the mysterious disappearance of other garden ornaments.


Tickets available for £3 for children and £5 for accompanying adults.

Book Tickets

Saturday 16 Jun 201811:30
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Show Dogs (PG)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for adults.


Max, a macho, solitary Rottweiler police dog is ordered to go undercover as a primped show dog in a prestigious Dog Show, along with his human partner, to avert a disaster from happening.

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Saturday 21 Jul 201811:30
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South Pacific (U)

Part of our 'Matinee Classics' season

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Pulitzer Prize winning musical starring Mitzi Gaynor as WAVE officer Nellie Forbush, who, during WWII falls in love with wealthy man Emile De Becque.

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Wednesday 11 Jul 201812:0015:30
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Studio 54

1970s New York. One nightclub defines an era and a generation. For the first time, one of the people behind the infamous Studio 54 tells the in-depth story of how the world's greatest nightclub was created.


Studio 54 was the epicenter of ‘70s hedonism - a place that not only redefined the nightclub, but also came to symbolize an entire era. Its co-owners, Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell, two friends from Brooklyn, seemed to come out of nowhere to suddenly preside over a new kind of New York society. Now, 39 years after the velvet rope was first slung across the club’s hallowed threshold, a feature documentary tells the real story behind the greatest club of all time.

Book Tickets

Saturday 30 Jun 201814:0016:0018:0020:00
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Summer Holiday (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


A fabulous 60s Musical - 4 London Bus mechanics strike up a deal with London Transport. They do up a double decker London Bus, drive it around Europe as a hotel and if they make it they will own and be in charge of a whole fleet.

Book Tickets

Wednesday 27 Jun 201812:0015:30
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Swinging Safari

OZ Film Festival


Pass the Iced VoVos* and crack open the chateau d’cardboard (aka wine box) as Kylie Minogue and Guy Pearce reunite for the first time since Neighbours, in the latest feature from Stephan Elliott (Priscilla, Queen of the Desert), a madcap comedy that unceremoniously skewers Aussie family life in the 1970s.


Centred on one suburban cul-de-sac and three ‘rudderless families’ - and told through the eyes of some very bemused children - Swinging Safari explores what it was really like to have grown up with baby-boomer parents determined to out-do their neighbours in everything groovy, forward thinking, and modern.


This is Neighbours, but slightly unhinged and a lot ruder. Expect lashings of pure Aussie kitsch as it catches some of Australia’s best loved actors in uncompromising positions and decked in an array of amazing outfits. Jack Thompson revels in his mayoral role, and Offspring's Asher Keddie is hilarious as a strung-out neat-freak housewife. But all eyes are on Guy Pearce (and his handlebar ‘tache) as he glows from the screen - quite literally, when he hits the beach in his togs!


Family dysfunction, sexual tension, sunburn, and a giant beached whale. Be warned - this film is completely BONKERS. But then, so was being a kid in the ‘70s.


*if you’ve never had the pleasure of an Iced VoVo, you’re in for a treat! They will be on sale at the event as well as many other Aussie snacks and lollies (sweets) - cash only.


Courtesy of Thunderbird Releasing - this is the film’s English premiere, and, at the time of writing this, is the only confirmed big screen outing in London.


“A cheerfully vulgar, consistently amusing and sometimes hilarious parody of life in a suburban Aussie cul-de-sac in the mid-1970s” Richard Kuipers, Variety

Book Tickets

Saturday 7 Jul 201817:00
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The BBQ

OZ Film Festival

European Premiere


Australians LOVE a BBQ, right? Well this dad reckons he’s the best there is, and fans of The Castle will not want to miss this true-blue Aussie comedy!


Proud father Dazza Cook (Shane Jacobson) is not only convinced he’s related to the man who ‘discovered’ Australia, Captain Cook, but that his beloved BBQ is the very one the famous explorer fashioned on the beaches of Sydney at the first landing.


When his employer puts his BBQing skills to the test by entering him into an international competition, he realises he needs to up his game and enlists the help of a terrifying Scottish chef dubbed The Butcher (Magda Szubanski).


Can their combined talents conquer the world’s best BBQ professionals? And can Shane Jacobson can do for BBQs what he did for portaloos in KENNY?


Australian snacks and lollies (sweets) will be on sale on the day - cash only.


“This is a movie that reminds us that Australians — old and new — haven’t forgotten how to pull their own legs, and each other’s... It made me laugh a lot, too.” - Stephen Romei, The Australian


Book Tickets

Sunday 8 Jul 201817:00
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The Butterfly Tree

OZ Film Festival


The OZ Film Festival is proud to present our closing night gala directorial debut film, The Butterfly Tree + Q&A after the feature with director Priscilla Cameron.


The Butterfly Tree is a delightful coming-of-age story starring one of our favourite rising stars, Ed Oxenbould (Paper Planes, Puberty Blues TV series), who falls in love with the luminescent Melissa George when she moves into his town. But little does he know, his father, Ewan Leslie, is also rather taken with the newcomer.  


This closing gala is held in honour of Cris Jones, who sadly passed away a short time after presenting his feature debut The Death and Life of Otto Bloom at our 2017 festival at the age of 37.


In tribute to Cris, we screen a feature debut at every festival, and fund the director to fly over to participate in a Q&A. For this screening, director Priscilla Cameron will joined on stage by former director of Edinburgh International Film Festival & Adelaide born, James Mullighan.


The festival will then close with a drinks reception, generously funded by the Australian High Commission.


Book Tickets

Sunday 8 Jul 201819:30
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The Cameraman (U)

Buster Keaton stars as a hapless fool who attempts to become a motion picture cameraman in order to get closer to the woman he desires. In this film-within-a-film the hilarious compendium of deliberate cinematic errors climaxes with a monkey shooting the greatest newsreel of all time!

We’ll also be playing the 20-minute film One Week, in which a newly wedded couple attempts to build a house with a prefabricated kit, unaware that a rival sabotaged the kit's component numbering.

A live soundtrack will accompany both films, played - on our original 1936 Compton Organ - by Donald Mackenzie.

Book Tickets

Monday 28 May 201819:30
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The Court Jester (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


A hapless carnival performer masquerades as the court jester as part of a plot against an evil ruler who has overthrown the rightful king.

Book Tickets

Wednesday 1 Aug 201812:0015:30
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The Incredibles (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for adults.


A family of undercover superheroes, while trying to live the quiet suburban life, are forced into action to save the world.

Book Tickets

Saturday 18 Aug 201811:30
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The Lady Vanishes (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


While traveling by rail in continental Europe, a rich young girl strikes up a conversation with the woman sat opposite her. When she awakes from a nap, the other woman has disappeared and no-one on the train seems to remember her even being aboard. A classic Hitchcock mystery. 

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Wednesday 18 Jul 201812:0015:30
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The Little Vampire (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids, £5 for adults.


The story of Rudolph, a thirteen year old vampire, whose clan is threatened by a notorious vampire hunter. He meets Tony, a mortal of the same age, who is fascinated by old castles, graveyards and - vampires.

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Saturday 7 Jul 201811:30
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The Muppets Take Manhattan (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for adults.


Kermit and his friends go to New York City to get their musical on Broadway only to find it's a more difficult task than they anticipated.

Book Tickets

Saturday 28 Jul 201811:30
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The Needle

Youth on the March

Igla


Winner of the Un Certain Regard prize in Cannes, part Pulp Fiction, part Betty Blue, Naugmanov’s film charts the attempt of enigmatic drifter, Moro, who returns to Almaty to get his ex-girlfriend off heroin. The couple escape to the Aral Sea but find that the sea has all but disappeared. When they return to the city, the mafia are waiting for them.


Boasting brilliant and dangerous performances from Soviet rock stars, Viktor Tsoi as Moro and Peter Mamonov of Zvuki Mu as his drug-dealing enemy, this film was the first to break the Soviet taboo of depicting drug addiction. It is widely seen as the film that created the Kazakh New Wave.  


Youth on the March is a season presented by Kino Klassika

Book Tickets

Wednesday 20 Jun 201819:30
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The Shocking Miss Pilgrim (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75


In the late 1800s, Miss Pilgrim, a young stenographer, or typewriter, becomes the first female employee at a Boston shipping office. Although the men object to her at first, she soon charms them all, especially the handsome young head of the company. Their romance gets sidetracked when she becomes involved in the Women's Suffrage movement.

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Wednesday 25 Jul 201812:0015:30
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The Wizard of Oz (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets from £1.75

After being swept up by a tornado, Dorothy Gale lands in the magical city of Oz. Together with new friends she meets along the way, she must follow the yellow brick road to the Emerald City to meet the Wizard of Oz who can help her home. 

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Saturday 25 Aug 201811:30
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Three Coins in the Fountain (U)

Matinee Classics - Tickets available from £1.75


Three American women working in Rome, Italy, share a spacious apartment and the desire to find love and marriage, each experiencing a few bumps in their journeys to romance.

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Wednesday 29 Aug 201812:0015:30
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Tully (15)

A new comedy from Academy Award-nominated director Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air) and Academy Award-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody (Juno, Young Adult). Marlo (Charlize Theron), a mother of three including a newborn, is gifted a night nanny by her brother. Hesitant to the extravagance at first, Marlo comes to form a unique bond with the thoughtful, surprising, and sometimes challenging young nanny named Tully.


“Packed with more than a couple of possible feminist readings as regards the parenting/career/life question, the often very funny picture entertains while affording its characters their share of no-laughing-matter concerns.” – Hollywood Reporter

Book Tickets

Friday 8 Jun 201818:3020:30