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A Touch of Noir (PG)

Shorts On Tap presents: A TOUCH OF NOIR - A Selection of Neo-noir Short Films

Shorts On Tap is celebrating its 5th Birthday with a top-notch selection of Neo-noir short films at our favourite movie house in London: Regent Street Cinema.

A Touch of Noir is a shadowy, dimly lit programme of dark stories, mysterious characters and dangerous situations...a tribute to Film Noir.

For the occasion we'll be screening Shorts On Tap's own production, supported by our fantastic community: Rain Catcher.

Come celebrate 5 years of amazing screenings on February 18th!

Screening followed by Q&A with attending filmmakers.

Shorts On Tap is back at the iconic Regent Street Cinema for the third time.

The Regent Street Cinema was first opened in 1848. In late February in 1896, the cinema played a short movie by the Lumière Brothers. It was the first motion picture shown in the United Kingdom.


RAIN CATCHER (16:00") UK, 2018

directed by Michele Fiascaris, written by Filippo Polesel & Michele Fiascaris, produced by Filippo Polesel

IDOL (08:33") Germany, 2018

directed by Luisa Taraz, written by Luisa Taraz & Manuel Richard Weber, produced by Manuel Richard Weber & Jurgen Nerger

ESTHER (10:30") USA, 2018

written and directed by Montana Mann, produced by Emily Vere Nicoll, Hannah James, Montana Mann & Andre James Champagne

ARE YOU WILD LIKE ME? (10:07") USA, 2017

written and directed by William Nawrocki, produced by William Nawrocki, Kaisania Calubaquib & Sheri Mathieu


written and directed by Miguel Faus, produced by Nathalie Lamprecht & Miguel Faus

A DOLL DISTORTED (15:42") UK, 2018

written, directed and produced by Niall Shukla

FLOOR 9.5 (02:11") UK, 2017

written by Simon Allen, directed by Toby Meakins, produced by Matt Wilkinson

Shorts On Tap is London's largest short film community, join the tribe on February 18th.

Doors open at 7:30pm

Film screenings start at 8pm

Show ends approximately at 10:30pm

Drinks till 11pm

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Monday 18 Feb 201919:30
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Acceptable Damage

DMovies, Evolutionary Films, Hem Heath present the UK premiere of British urban drama

Acceptable Damage

An Aspergic teenage rock singer dreams of escape from the bullying of a local street gang. Her mum fights a battle with the authorities to protect her. The gang leader fights a war against himself and the world around him.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with writer Fiona Whitelaw & director Lavinia Simina and key cast members. Discussion will focus on diversity (including disability), challenging stereotypes and balanced gender.

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Thursday 7 Mar 201919:30
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Anbessa (PG)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

The biggest condominium complex in East Africa, on the outskirts of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, promises thousands of people a better way of life. It’s being constructed, however, on the farmland of 10-year-old Asalif and his mother, leaving them just a tool shed with no electricity or running water. Anbessa is a lyrical documentary that takes us on a journey of childhood adventuring and magical realism as we accompany a creative, sensitive and bold young boy using his imagination and sharp wits to battle forces beyond his control, and escape the stark reality of displacement. Meanwhile, the city is growing around them and new property developers are knocking at their door.

Official Selection, Berlinale International Film Festival 2019, Nominee Crystal Bear, Generation Kplus - Best Film

The screening will be followed by a Q&A

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Wednesday 20 Mar 201918:15
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Bob Dylan - Arena Double Bill (15)

Heavenly Films are proud to present rare cinema screenings for two classic BBC Arena episodes.

Dylan In The Madhouse

December 1962 was the coldest British winter in living memory. Bob Dylan arrived in London, guitar in hand, to perform four songs in a BBC TV drama entitled Madhouse On Castle Street. This first visit to the UK would have a profound effect on the young singer as he encountered the UK folk scene at close quarters and made his debut London performances. Dylan In The Madhouse is the outstanding Arena documentary that pieces together the people and places from that time and goes in search of the lost TV play itself, believed to have been incinerated by the BBC in 1968 at the height of Dylan’s fame. Including contributions from musicians Martin Carthy and Peggy Seeger, actor David Warner, writer Evan Jones and director Philip Saville the film is a fascinating document of Dylan’s early career.

2005 Directed by Anthony Wall  - 65 minutes

Trouble No More

In 1979 Bob Dylan released Slow Train Coming an album of exclusively devotional songs, having declared he’d found God in Christianity. The next two years were spent touring with a band of the finest musicians and gospel singers with a repertoire of songs including 'Precious Angel' and 'Every Grain Of Sand' that expressed his new found faith. One of these concerts at Buffalo Memorial Auditorium was filmed. It remained unseen for 37 years until at Dylan’s request a series of sermons delivered by Oscar-nominated actor Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, The Shape Of Water) were shot in 2017 and inserted between the songs. Intended to mirror and illuminate Dylans performances the sermons add a powerful thrust to the concert footage. Bob's touching duet with the recently deceased Clydie King is one of the films several outstanding moments.

2017 Directed by Jennifer Lebeau  -  60 minutes

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Thursday 21 Feb 201919:30
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Can You Ever Forgive Me? (15)

Melissa McCarthy stars in the adaptation of this memoir, the true story of best-selling celebrity biographer (and friend to cats) Lee Israel who made her living in the 1970s and '80s profiling the likes of Katharine Hepburn, Tallulah Bankhead, Estee Lauder and journalist Dorothy Kilgallen. When Lee is no longer able to get published because she has fallen out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception, abetted by her loyal friend Jack.

Nominated for 3 Oscars, including Lead Actress and Best Supporting Actor

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Saturday 23 Feb 201914:0016:1018:1520:20
Sunday 24 Feb 201917:1519:20
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Capernaum (15)

From acclaimed director Nadine Labaki comes a stunning and unforgettable new film. In a courtroom, a young boy named Zain stands before a judge. He asks to sue his own parents for giving him life. The circumstances that have brought him to this point take us on a journey through his poverty-stricken upbringing in Beirut where he lives with his family. Forced to live by his wits in order to survive, Zain’s life reaches a turning point when his parents make an unforgivable deal that will see his younger sister married off. Left distraught by this terrible act, Zain takes to the road. While looking for work at a fairground, he befriends a young woman who is working illegally as a cleaner and helps to look after her adorable one-year-old baby, Jonas. Zain and Jonas form a touching bond but things get much more complicated when circumstances force Zain to make choices that will have huge ramifications.Capernaum is a tribute to the resilience of the human spirit – a battle cry for the forgotten, the unwanted and the lost that offers hope in the most unexpected of places.

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Saturday 9 Mar 201914:3017:0019:30
Sunday 10 Mar 201919:30
Monday 11 Mar 201920:50
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Evelyn (12A)

A deeply personal film from the Academy Award® winning team behind The White Helmets. The film documents the story of a family overcoming the unthinkable. On a walking odyssey across the United Kingdom, they confront a past they’ve been unable to talk about, whilst simultaneously repairing the fractures in their own relationships. Director Orlando von Einsiedel turns the cameras on himself, as he and his parents and siblings embark on a journey in remembrance of their brother and son, Evelyn, who took his own life over a decade ago. Part quest film, part road-trip, part memoir, Evelyn seeks to address the past, in order to find some peace in the present, and look to the future.

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Wednesday 6 Mar 201919:30
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Film 1: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75

A daughter arrives home to announce to her parents that she is about to wed a brilliant research physician, who is black. This creates considerable social turmoil for the upper-middle-class family. The young man tells the parents that unless they give their unreserved consent he will not marry their daughter.

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Wednesday 13 Mar 201912:0015:30
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Film 1: Sunflower (12)

At the end of World War II, Giovanna, a war bride living near Milan refuses to accept that her husband, Antonio, missing on the Russian front, is dead. Some years after the war, still with no word from Antonio, Giovanna goes to Russia to find him, starting in the town near the winter battle when he disappeared.

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Sunday 10 Mar 201915:00
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Film 1: The Flying Deuces (U)

Oliver Hardy is heartbroken when he realises that the woman he has fallen in love with, is actually married to a dashing Foreign Legion Officer. To get over his heartbreak, he joins the Legion, taking Stan with him.

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Sunday 24 Feb 201913:30
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Film 2: Marriage, Italian Style (15)

Domenico, (Marcello Mastroianni) first meets 17-year-old prostitute Filumena (Sophia Loren) in a Neapolitan brothel during WWII. After the war they become lovers, on and off for 22 years. 

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Sunday 10 Mar 201917:15
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Film 2: Stan & Ollie (PG)

The world’s most famous comedy duo attempt to reignite their film careers as they emabark on what became their swansong – a gruelling theatre tour of post war Britain.

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Sunday 24 Feb 201915:00
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Freud's Lost Lecture

CREAM Screen Presents:

Freud's Lost Lecture

Dream interpretations and re-imaginings in the films of Deborah Levy and Jane Thorburn, Daria Martin, Catherine Yass.

With a reading by Deborah Levy.

'If the birth of psychoanalysis offered methods to investigate the unconscious mind, there is no doubt that personal and political conflicts, and above all rage and hopelessness, continue to speak through the body in our own century.' Deborah Levy.

In Freud's Lost Lecture, the writer Deborah Levy imagines a lost lecture written by Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, accompanied by the dream-like images of the film-maker Jane Thorburn.  In One of the Things that Makes Me Doubt (2010-11), artist Daria Martin returns to her late grandmothers dream diaries, spoken through the voices of the actors and collaborators of Martin's films. Catherine Yass' Waking Dream (2008) shares her dream recollections as video diary.

Deborah Levy will give a reading relating to Freud's Lost Lecture, and will be in conversation with Jane Thorburn and artist Catherine Yass about the legacy of Freud's dream analysis for creative reinterpretations of the unconscious mind.

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Wednesday 27 Feb 201918:30
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Ghost Fleet (15)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Bangkok-based Patima Tungpuchayakul has committed her life to rescuing and returning home men from Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, and other South East Asian nations who have been sold to Thai fishing companies by human traffickers. Once at sea, these captive men go months, even years, without setting foot on land, earning little to no pay, trapped in a modern form of slavery on the boats and forced to endure horrific and often deadly conditions. Patima and her small team of activists risk their lives on remote Indonesian islands to find these men, fight for their emancipation and seek justice for them. In the face of illness, death threats, corruption, and complacency, Patima’s fearless determination reveals stories of criminal conspiracy at the heart of the global seafood industry, as she calls on her nation and the world to wake up and take action.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A

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Monday 18 Mar 201919:30
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Global Feminism: Ending Violence Against Women (15)

The Circle invites you to attend a new series of films inspired by the Annie Lennox campaign to promote Global Feminism, encouraging everyone to further understand the inequality around the world for the most disempowered and marginalised women and girls.

The first film, CITY OF JOY, shows a ray of hope in a country where rape is a weapon of war. Turning Pain Into Power is the theme of the amazing project that is CITY OF JOY, a sanctuary of healing and transformation for women who have been traumatised by the most horrendous and violent rape in The Democratic Republic of Congo. Annie Lennox urges everyone to watch this inspirational film demonstrating that we can effect changes to enhance and empower the lives of women across the globe.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with a panel sharing their experience of visiting the Panzi Hospital in DRC, founded by 2019 Nobel Peace Prize Winner and City of Joy Consultant Dr, Denis Mukwege.

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Wednesday 13 Mar 201919:30
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Green Book (12A)

 A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960’s American South

Nominated for 5 Oscars, including Best Picture, Lead Actor and Supporting Actor.

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Saturday 16 Mar 201920:50
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Hans Christian Andersen (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75

The opening scene of the movie describes it best: "Once upon a time there lived in Denmark a great storyteller named Hans Christian Andersen. This is not the story of his life, but a fairy tale about the great spinner of fairy tales."

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Wednesday 6 Mar 201912:0015:30
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How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG)

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

When Hiccup discovers Toothless isn't the only Night Fury, he must seek "The Hidden World", a secret Dragon Utopia before a hired tyrant named Grimmel finds it first. The 3rd and latest film in the popular series.

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Saturday 9 Mar 201911:30
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Jellyfish (15)

Between being bullied at school, put upon by her overbearing boss at the local arcade and having tolook after her younger brother, sister and manic-depressive mother, life isn’t easy for Sarah Taylor. However, when Sarah’s drama teacher channels her ferocious and volatile energies in to a stand-upcomedy routine for the graduation showcase, Sarah discovers that she may have a hidden talent.As her love for comedy grows and the showcase draws nearer, the delicate balance in her life becomesincreasingly difficult to maintain. Little by little the walls start to close in, ultimately forcing her to choosebetween her responsibilities as a carer and her newfound passion for comedy.

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Wednesday 20 Feb 201919:30
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Ladies In Black

The London Australian Film Society, in conjunction with Sony Pictures, is proud to present the European premiere of LADIES IN BLACK, the new AACTA award winning film, with introduction from the director, Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy, Double Jeopardy).

In late 1950s Sydney, sixteen year old Lisa (Angourie Rice) takes a summer job on the staff of an exclusive department store as she awaits her final school year results. Quiet, studious and sheltered by very conservative parents (marvellously portrayed by Susie Porter and Shane Jacobson), Lisa harbours a secret hope to go to university. Stepping out into the wide world, her eyes are flung open to the cultural changes sweeping urban Australia via her interactions with the other staff in the ball gown and accessories departments, where the young Australian ladies and their older European counterparts both vie for her allegiance.

LADIES IN BLACK perfectly captures the rumblings of powerful change for these very different groups of women. A massive box-office hit at home, this film is set to become an Australian classic, with glorious costumes (sweeping up Best Costume Design at the recent AACTA awards), a brilliant script (based on the bestselling novel by Madeline St John), and perfect performances from an ensemble cast, all overseen by Beresford, a master filmmaker at the top of his game.

Ticket price includes a complimentary drink reception.

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Friday 1 Mar 201919:30
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Magic Medicine (15)

Can magic mushrooms cure depression?

Over 2 years, filmmaker Monty Wates was given exclusive access to the first ever medical trial to give psilocybin (the psychoactive ingredient in magic mushrooms) to a group of volunteers suffering from clinical depression.

His remarkable film follows three of the volunteers and their families, and the ambitious staff running the trial, who are hoping this controversial treatment will have the power to transform millions of lives.

With deeply moving footage of the “trips” the patients go on, this intimate film is an absorbing portrait of the human cost of depression, and the inspirational people contributing to groundbreaking psychedelic research.

Followed by a Q&A with Magic Medicine contributor Professor David Nutt.

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Tuesday 26 Feb 201919:30 (Sold Out)
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Memento (15)

Psychology at the Movies

Christopher Nolan launched his career with this mind-bending neo-noir. Guy Pearce stars as the amnesiac who can’t form new memories. On the hunt for revenge, but only able to retain information for a short period, he relies on polaroids and tattoos to track his own investigation.

After the film there will be an audience discussion with a panel of guest speakers to discuss issues and themes from the film.

“There's grade A work from all concerned, especially Pearce, but in the end this is Nolan's film. And he delivers, with a vengeance.” - Time Out

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Friday 22 Feb 201919:30
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Metropolis (PG)

In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city's mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a saviour to mediate their differences.

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Sunday 3 Mar 201915:30
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Minding The Gap (15)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Multi-award-winning documentary Minding the Gap tells the coming-of-age story of three young men, bonded by their love of skateboarding and desire to escape volatile family life. Created from over 12 years of footage intimately recorded with his tight-knit group of friends, filmmaker Bing Liu beautifully captures their shared wild energy and freedom, while simultaneously documenting the unique and lasting effects of turbulent childhoods, poverty and the complexities of modern-day masculinity. Set in a town with some of the highest rates of domestic abuse in the US, Minding the Gap grapples with questions around the impact on subsequent generations and the cycles of abuse. While navigating a relationship between his camera, his friends, and his own past, Liu weaves a story that is both rich and epic while remaining intimate and immersive. US Documentary Competition Jury Award for Breakthrough Filmmaking, Sundance, 20182019 Academy Award® Nominee for Best Documentary Feature

The screening will be followed by a Q&A

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Tuesday 19 Mar 201918:15
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On Her Shoulders

Nadia Murad survived genocide and sexual slavery committed by ISIS. Repeating her story to the world, this ordinary girl finds herself thrust onto the international stage as the voice of her people. Away from the podium, she must navigate bureaucracy, fame and people's good intentions.

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Monday 25 Feb 201920:50
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Respiri (15)

Presented by CinemaItaliaUK

Following a mysterious incident, Francesco, a forty-year-old engineer, moves to his family villa on Lake Iseo with his young daughter. It is here that he discovers a mysterious presence in the house, thanks to the echo of the respirator that keeps it alive. But other, no less disturbing presences, seem to move around the villa…

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Tuesday 12 Mar 201919:30
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SAF (15)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

In the Fikirtepe district of Istanbul, Kamil and his wife Remziye are at risk of losing their home. Urban transformation is pushing out local families and Syrian refugees are left to take shelter in the deserted buildings. Desperately in need of work, Kamil decides to secretly accept a construction job, working for the very company taking over their neighbourhood, displacing a Syrian refugee from the position and agreeing to work for less than other Turkish workers. Fearing both discovery and failure, Kamil’s anxiety gradually transforms him, and Remziye is left to face the consequences of her husband’s unrecognizable actions.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A

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Wednesday 20 Mar 201920:30
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Sauvage (18)

22-year-old Leo sells his body on the street for cash. Men come and go but he remains; stuck in the same place and longing for love. Uncertain of what his future may bring, Leo hits the road. Sometimes reckless, sometimes savage, sometimes tender but always with a pounding heart - Leo is ready for change.

"A riotous and sensual ode to freedom" - Sight and Sound

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Friday 1 Mar 201916:00
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Sunday 3 Mar 201919:30
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Slade In Flame (PG)

Presented by Heavenly Films

Originally released to mixed reviews in January 1975 Slade In Flame’has gone on to become one of the most loved music films of all time. BBC film critic Mark Kermode labelling it the "Citizen Kane of rock musicals”.

Rather than producing a film that portrayed their happy-go-lucky image, Slade opted for a behind-the-scenes, nitty-gritty look at the rock 'n' roll business. The original screenplay by Andrew Birkin depicted the rise and fall of a fictional 1960s group called Flame. However, the band felt the story failed to capture the true feel of the music industry. They decided to invite Birkin and director Richard Loncraine to join them on a tour across America for six weeks so that they could experience the excitement of Slade’s live show plus record anecdotes from the band and other bands they knew. It was this and some pretty decent acting from Slade themselves that gave the film its edge and endearing appeal.Including classic hits like ‘How Does It Feel’ and ‘Far Far Away’.

Slade In Flame is a must see slice of ‘70s pop nostalgia and we’re proud to have the band's original guitarist Dave Hill joining us for a Q&A hosted by Travis Elborough immediately after the screening.

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Thursday 14 Mar 201919:30
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Teddy Pendergrass: If You Don't Know Me

If You Don’t Know Me’ is the untold and ultimately inspiring story of legendary soul singer Teddy Pendergrass, the man who was poised to become the biggest R&B artist of all time until the tragic accident that changed his life.

The unforgettable lead vocalist of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes and their classic songs such as‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’, ‘If You Don’t Know Me By Now’ and ‘I Miss You’, Teddy subsequently became the first solo male African American artist to record four consecutive platinum albums in theUS, but his career was struck by tragedy in 1982 when a car accident left him paralysed at the age of just 31. He later made a triumphant comeback in front of a global audience of 1.9 billion at  Live Aid.  Featuring revealing interviews with his family, friends and colleagues alongside industry legends Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, rarely seen archive footage and a soulful soundtrack, this insightful and moving documentary captures Teddy’s rise to fame against the complex backdrop of 1960’s America and his victorious comeback after his life-changing accident. 

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Wednesday 27 Feb 201920:55
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The Black Cauldron (U)

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

A young boy and a bunch of misfit friends embark on a quest to find a dark magic item of ultimate power before a diabolical tyrant can.

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Saturday 23 Feb 201911:30
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The Feeling of Being Watched (15)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Residents of Assia Boundaoui’s entire neighbourhood outside of Chicago, Illinois, have felt under government surveillance for over a decade. Returning home and recounting memories of her childhood suspicions, she visits her neighbours one by one, and a mass of personal accounts begin to pile up. Assia decides it’s time to set up her own investigation. Her inquiries soon yield tens of thousands of FBI documents proving that her Arab-American hometown was indeed the subject of one of the largest counterterrorism investigations ever conducted in the US pre-9/11. Creatively weaving the personal and political, The Feeling of Being Watched is Assia’s story, as she grapples with the enduring impact government surveillance has had on her country, community, and her own sense of identity.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A

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Tuesday 19 Mar 201920:45
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The Good Companions (PG)

Matinee classics - tickets available from £1.75

A touring variety troupe, the "Dinky Doos" are in financial trouble. An encounter with three strangers leads to a change of fortune.

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Wednesday 20 Mar 201912:0015:30
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The Harder They Come (15)

Soul Jazz Records presents this rare screening of the seminal The Harder They Come (1972)

Perry Henzell’s classic 1972 movie The Harder They Come, starring the singer Jimmy Cliff, is the classic reggae movie of all time. Cliff plays Ivan Martin, an aspiring young singer turned real life gangster. Martin comes to Kingston down from the countryside to seek his fame – the opening shot featuring a bus weaving its way through the Jamaican hills sets the scene perfectly. Martin wants to be a singer and after auditioning for a big music producer, he sells his song for just $20. Realising he has been cheated Dixon turns to the ganga trade when he realises he can make more money and become more famous than in the music business.

The film follows his downward demise from a young innocent man to the ultimate ‘bad boy’ anti-hero, on the run from drug dealers and the police, as Dixon emulates tries to emulate his Spaghetti-western cinema hero Clint Eastwood as the ‘wild west’ comes to the Caribbean.

The success of the film owes as much to the stunning groovy soundtrack – aside from Cliff’s seminal hit ‘You Can Get It If You Really Want It’, we also get classic tunes from Toots and The Maytals – who also appear in the movie. Also in the film there are guest appearances from Prince Buster, record producers Leslie Kong and Joe Gibbs, Bim and Bam, Carl Bradshaw and many more!

The Harder They Come is a revolutionary and ground-breaking film about reggae music and the underbelly of Jamaican life. A 100% essential and classic film!

Soul Jazz Records DJs will be playing music before and after the film and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records) will introduce the movie.

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Friday 8 Mar 201919:30
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The Lego Movie 2 (U)

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

It's been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: LEGO DUPLO® invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild.

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Saturday 16 Mar 201911:30
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The Little Comrade (PG)

Presented by Baltic View

One day, six-year-old Leelo’s school teacher mother is taken away by soldiers and the little girl has to find answers to a lot of questions on her own: why is the blue-black-white flag forbidden, what’s a traitor, why is a scary NKVD detective snooping around in their home and is being a Soviet Pioneer a thing of honor or shame? Through frequently tragicomic situations, Leelo tries to be as good a girl as she can in the two-faced, Stalinist world around her so that her mother will one day come back home.

The film is based on autobiographical novels by Leelo Tungal.

Followed by Q&A with Leelo Tungal.

Part of  London Book Fair's Book and Screen Week.

Proposed and supported by Embassy of Estonia.

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Sunday 17 Mar 201915:00
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The Miracle Worker (PG)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75

The story of Anne Sullivan's struggle to teach the blind and deaf Helen Keller how to communicate.

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Wednesday 27 Feb 201912:0015:30
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The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (PG)

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

Young Clara needs a magical, key to unlock a box that contains a priceless gift. A golden thread leads her to the key, but it soon disappears into a strange and mysterious parallel world. In that world, she meets a soldier named Phillip, a group of mice and the regents who preside over three realms. Clara and Phillip must now enter a fourth realm to retrieve the key and restore harmony to the unstable land.

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Saturday 2 Mar 201911:30
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Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present (15)

Lush Presents

Since the early 1960s, Tony Conrad's vast, inter-disciplinary repertoire has created and influenced major film and compositional movements. He performed in and recorded the soundtrack to Jack Smith’s legendary film Flaming Creatures; he defied conventions of cinema with The Flicker, an experimental structuralist film composed of a precise pattern of alternating black and white frames; he developed and practiced Just Intonation and Minimalism with Karlheinz Stockhausen and La Monte Young; and he was instrumental in the formation of The Velvet Underground.

“Tony Conrad may be one of the most influential artists of our time as well as the most underground. This film achieves the impossible task of capturing the mercurial, relentless and unlikely creative journey of the artist.”  - Tony Oursler

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Tuesday 5 Mar 201920:50
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Trapeze (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets available from £1.75

Mike Ribble was once a great trapeze artist - and the only the sixth to have completed a triple somersault - before his accident. Tino joins the circus, and manages to convince Mike to teach him the 'triple'. Meanwhile Lola, a tumbler, wants to get in on the act.

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Wednesday 20 Feb 201912:0015:30
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Vice (15)

The story of Dick Cheney and how a bureaucratic Washington insider quietly became the most powerful man in the world as Vice-President to George W.Bush, reshaping the country and the globe in ways still felt today.

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Tuesday 5 Mar 201918:00