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All About Eve - NT

National Theatre

Gillian Anderson and Lily James lead in All About Eve, broadcast live to cinemas from the West End in London. All About Eve tells the story of Margo Channing. Legend. True star of the theatre. The spotlight is hers, always has been. But now there’s Eve. Her biggest fan. Young, beautiful Eve. The golden girl, the girl next door. Lifting the curtain on a world of jealousy and ambition, this new production, from one of the world's most innovative theatre directors, Ivo van Hove, asks why our fascination with celebrity, youth and identity never seems to get old.

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Thursday 25 Apr 201919:30
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All My Sons

National Theatre Live

Broadcast live from The Old Vic in London, Academy Award-winner Sally Field and Bill Pullman star in Arthur Miller’s blistering drama All My Sons. America, 1947. Despite hard choices and even harder knocks, Joe and Kate Keller are a success story. They have built a home, raised two sons and established a thriving business. But nothing lasts forever and their contented lives, already shadowed by the loss of their eldest boy to war, are about to shatter. With the return of a figure from the past, long buried truths are forced to the surface and the price of their American dream is laid bare.

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Tuesday 14 May 201919:00
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At Eternity's Gate (12A)

Famed but tormented artist Vincent van Gogh struggles to live with his art. Bank-rolled by his brother Theo and inspired by his peer Paul Gauguin, At Eternity's Gate see van Gogh spends his final years in Arles, France, painting masterworks of the natural world that surrounds him.

"Willem Dafoe has his greatest role since Jesus Christ in Julian Schnabel's luminous present-tense drama about the last days of Vincent van Gogh." - Owen Gleiberman, Variety

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Wednesday 1 May 201918:3020:45
Thursday 2 May 201920:45
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Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story (15)

Being Frank tells the unbelievable true story of maverick Manchester icon Frank Sidebottom and the life and art of his hidden creator Chris Sievey. The film tells a twisted tale of split personalities – a suburban creative superhero with a fanatical desire to preserve the myth he created and eventually having to battle against being consumed by his alter ego.

“An inspiring exploration of unbridled creativity" ★★★★ Time Out

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Thursday 9 May 201920:45
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Blade Runner (15)

Days of Future / Past

Adapted from Philip K Dick's novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Harrison Ford excels as the world weary detective Rick Deckard hunting down mutinous, murderous replicants in an oppressive futuristic cosmopolis.

Join us in 2019 - the year Blade Runner is originally set - to explore the themes of artificial intelligence, robotics and humanity which underpin the film, and which are starting to move from science fiction to science fact.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion on the ethics of Robotics and A.I.

Alex Smith
Dr. Alex Smith is a Research Associate at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL), currently working under the National Centre for Nuclear Robotics (NCNR). His background is in control theory, particularly biomimetic motor control for human-robot interaction. He is a member of the Embodied Cognition for Human-Robot Interaction (ECHOS) research group at the BRL.

Katie Winkle
Based at Bristol Robotics Lab (BRL), Katie's work focuses on the applications of social robots in positive settings such as physical therapy. Her published work has covered aspects such as the impact of emotional portrayal through robot voice and motion.

Dr Kate Devlin
Kate is Senior Lecturer in Social and Cultural Artificial Intelligence, King’s College London. Coming from an Arts and Humanities background, Kate’s work investigates how people interact with and react to technology, to understand how emerging and future technologies will affect us and the society in which we live. Her recent research has focused on cognition, sexuality and intimacy and how these might be incorporated into cognitive systems. This formed the topic of her new book, Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots (Bloomsbury, 2018).

Screening as part of Days of Future / Past - a series of events and screenings aiming to explore the impact and consequence of popular science fiction ideas in today's world.

Screening from a new 4K transfer

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Tuesday 23 Apr 201919:30
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Brothers (18)

London Turkish Film Week

Winning acting and directing awards, the uneasy reunion of Yusuf, released from juvenile prison, and his feckless older brother is largely set around a seedy motelon the highway to Iran, well caught by the sharp wide-screen camera-work.

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Saturday 27 Apr 201918:30
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Cabin in the Sky (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

Gambler Joe Jackson is shot at a gambling club over an outstanding debt. His wife prays for his eternal soul as she's afraid that he won't make it into heaven. As Joe is close to death, he is visited by agents of both the Lord and of Lucifer. They give him six months to atone for the errors of his life. Once back on Earth, he won't remember the deal but both the Lord and Lucifer will be watching over him, trying to get him to see things their way.

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Wednesday 15 May 201912:0015:30
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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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Monday 6 May 201918:30
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Celebrating the Hal Roach Studios (PG)

A programme of 4 films from one of the most prolific producers of short comedy films.

Live soundtrack performed on our 1936 Compton cinema organ by Donald MacKenzie

Charley Chase in Mighty Like A Moose - 1926

Max Davidson, James Finlayson, Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy starring in Call of the Cuckoos - 1927

Harold Lloyd in Never Weaken - 1921

Laurel & Hardy in Two Tars - 1928

Tickets just £5 for children under 16

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Monday 22 Apr 201919:30
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Cicero (18)

London Turkish Film Week

Spectacular re-telling of the exploits of one of WW2's most famous spies. In the Brtish Embassy in neutral Ankara, Ilyas Bazna - Code name 'Cicero'- was working as a butler - but for whom, really?

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Friday 26 Apr 201919:30
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London Korean Film Festival - Teaser Screening

Recent years have witnessed a boom in political dramas in Korea, with hits such as A Taxi Driver (2017) and 1987: When the Day Comes (2017) bringing in audiences in their millions. The second teaser in our showcase, based on the true events of the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, adds the dimension of a fast-paced financial thriller to this popular genre. Default is an affecting film that considers the human impact of the crisis alongside acerbic commentary.

The crisis occurred when large companies, aspiring to compete globally, began to take out massive loans for expansion projects. When these investments failed to achieve returns, a domino effect began that would result in nationwide debt and the impending crash of the economy...  

Set in the run-up to the nation’s so-called “Day of Humiliation” where negotiations for a bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) were concluded, Default follows three interwoven character arcs: a senior financial analyst at the Bank of Korea (Kim Hye-soo, Coin Locker Girl) struggling to do right amongst her negligent colleagues; a factory owner (Huh Joon-ho, The Merciless) swept into crisis when his main client falls into bankruptcy; and an opportunist (Yoo Ah-in, Burning) looking to profit from the nationwide catastrophe. Accompanying this impressive ensemble is international star Vincent Cassel (Black Swan) as the unyielding managing director of IMF.

Default is the ambitious second title from promising director Choi Kook-hee, who won Best First Feature at the Fantasia International Film Festival in 2017 with Split. Not only does it conjure gripping blockbuster entertainment from this dark period still fresh in the Korean consciousness but also, in a masterful move not unlike Adam McKay’s hit The Big Short, it offers insight into the economic intricacies of a disastrous event that would come to shape the course of Korean history.

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Monday 20 May 201919:00
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Film 1: Being There (12)

An illiterate gardener named Chance who has spent his life quietly living with an old man in Washington DC is inadvertently catapulted into the fast lane of political power.

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Sunday 5 May 201915:00
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Film 1: The Last Detail (18)

Two Navy men are ordered to bring a young offender to prison but decide to show him one last good time along the way. Noted for Jack Nicholson’s knock out performance.

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Sunday 19 May 201918:00
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Film 2: Coming Home (18)

The wife of a Marine serving in Vietnam, Sally Hyde (Jane Fonda) decides to volunteer at a local veterans hospital to occupy her time. There she meets Luke Martin (Jon Voight), a frustrated wheelchair-bound vet who has become disillusioned with the war. Sally and Luke develop a friendship that soon turns into a romance, but when her husband, Bob (Bruce Dern), returns unexpectedly, she must decide between staying with him and pursuing her new love.

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Sunday 19 May 201920:10
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Film 2: Harold and Maude (15)

Young, rich and obsessed with death, Harold finds himself changed forever when he meets Maude at a funeral. A lively woman, sixty years his senior she encourages him to look on the bright side and live life to the full.

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Sunday 5 May 201917:30
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Gone With The Wind (PG)

"David O Selznick's production of Margaret Mitchell's best seller remains the pinnacle of polished Hollywood storytelling and craftsmanship. The completed film is a remarkably coherent account of the novel and successfully balances the larger backdrop - the seismic changes affecting the South at the time of the American Civil War with the more intimate story of Scarlett O'Hara (Leigh), a petulant belle wrecking havoc on the lives of others"

Geoff Andrew, BFI

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Sunday 12 May 201917:30
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Good Will Hunting (15)

Psychology at the Movies

From highly acclaimed director Gus Van Sant this triumphant story was nominated for 9 Academy Awards - winning Oscars for Robin Williams, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck and also features nominee Minnie Driver. Will Hunting (Damon) is a headstrong, working-class genius. After one too many run-ins with the law, Will's last chance is a psychology professor (Williams).

The screening will be followed by an audience discussion led by Dr Raj Persaud, Psychiatrist, Broadcaster, Author and co- author of the forthcoming book The Streetwise Guide to Mental Health.

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Wednesday 24 Apr 201919:30
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Halef (18)

London Turkish Film Week

Award-winning mystical drama, beautifully filmed in Adana, to which Mahir returns to help with the orange harvest. He is startled to meet Halef, who believes he is the incarnation of Mahir's dead brother.

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Saturday 27 Apr 201921:00
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How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG)

Kids Kino Club - tickets just £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 11 May 201911:30
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Laxdale Hall (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

A parliamentary delegation is sent to a remote community in the Scottish Highlands where the residents are protesting at their poor links with the outside world. After a few days amongst them, the visitors come to appreciate the locals' lifestyle.

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Wednesday 8 May 201912:0015:30
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Letter from my Village

CREAM Screen presents:

Kaddu Beykat (Lettre Paysanne/Letter from my Village), Safi Faye 1976

A rare and timely opportunity to see Safi Faye’s 1976 docu-drama Kaddu Beykat (Letter from my Village), considered to be the first feature film made by a Sub-Saharan African woman. Taking the form of a letter narrated by the filmmaker, the film is set in the filmmaker’s native village of Fadjal, Senegal, with the villages playing themselves. Ostensibly centred on a love story between two youths from the village, the film chronicles the agricultural day to day life and the problems caused by the inherited colonial peanut monoculture.

The screening will be introduced and followed by a discussion between Uriel Orlow (CREAM, University of Westminter), Shela Sheikh (Goldsmiths College) and Ros Gray (Goldsmiths College) focusing on the pertinent economic and ecological issues raised in the film.

To accompany the screening, Uriel Orlow will launch his exhibition publication 'Soil Affinities’.

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Monday 29 Apr 201918:30
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Live and Let Die (PG)

Followed by a Q&A with Madeline Smith

James Bond is sent to stop a diabolically brilliant heroin magnate armed with a complex organisation and a reliable psychic tarot card reader.

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Sunday 19 May 201915:00
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Loro (18)

Sergio is a guileful businessman who manages a group of young escorts which he uses to bribe local politicians and authority figures. With a desire for increased political leverage, he sets his eyes on bigger game and makes it his duty to work his way into the ranks of a man with a notorious taste for both hedonism and corruption — Italy’s Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi.

The latest film from Oscar-winning auteur Paolo Sorrentino, director of The Great Beauty and Youth.

"Steamy sex, exotic dancers, cocaine sniffing and raucous poolside parties – the life and times of Italy’s scandal-tainted former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi would appear to be natural material for a biopic.” - The Guardian

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Friday 17 May 201919:30
Saturday 18 May 201914:0017:0020:00
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Lucania (15)


An ancient dying land is brought back to life by the primal force of a young mute girl, who witnesses the fatal clash between her farmer father and those who want to poison his fields. A magic journey of redemption.

Winner of Best Foreign Film, Best Supporting Actress and Best Editing at Worldfest Houston 2019.

The film will be followed by a Q&A with director Gigi Roccati.

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Tuesday 21 May 201919:30
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Maytime in Mayfair (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

An English playboy gentleman is broke when he inherits London's leading dress store in the posh Mayfair district. Instead of selling it for cash, he enters the business of "rags" for riches and romance.

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Wednesday 1 May 201912:0015:30
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Mid90s (15)

Jonah Hill confidently moves from actor to director in this coming of age drama. Set in 1990s Downtown LA. We follow 13-year-old Stevie, as he spends his summer navigating between troubled family life, in particular his older brother and a group of new friends he meets at Motor Avenue Skate Shop.

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Monday 6 May 201920:55
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Murtaza (18)

London Turkish Film Week

In a remote village in the mountains of Malatya, Murtaza cares for his sightless wife. He conceals the troubles of their duaghter in distant Istanbul from her, but the apricot harvest brings matters to a crisis.

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Sunday 28 Apr 201915:30
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Noble Savage

Seret International

In this beautifully observed and superbly-acted film, a troubled teen’s desperate efforts to unite his broken family spin out of control. Noble Savage, a modern ‘Greek tragedy’ based on Dudi Busi’s novel, was nominated for ten Israeli Academy Awards including Best Film.

Almost everything in 15-year-old Eli's life is on the brink of disaster. Trying to deal with an eating disorder, he lives in a seedy and violent Tel Aviv suburb with his ex-junky mother and her possessive husband, while his alcoholic father is an unemployed artist and street philosopher. Eli tries to escape his parents’ messed up lives and be the responsible adult, to fight and to win, but his attempts are heading for catastrophe.

Followed by a Q&A with Main Actor Neveh Tzur

Festivals and Awards

Winner Israeli Film Academy Best Actor - Neveh Tzur

Best Supporting Actress - Shira Haas

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Saturday 4 May 201919:30
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Octav (PG)

UK Première

Followed by a Q&A with the director and co-writer

When a man returns to his childhood property, following decades of absence, a familiar-looking little girl takes him on a wondrous journey back to the innocence of his early years in pre-war Romania. Octav is a life-affirming story that celebrates the purity of childhood, friendship, love and the bitter-sweetness of nostalgia.

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Friday 10 May 201919:30
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Out of Blue (15)

When homicide detective Mike Hoolihan (Patricia Clarkson) is called to investigate the murder of a leading astrophysicist in New Orleans, she is confronted by a mystery that begins to affect her in ways she had never expected. As the investigation deepens, a darker world is slowly revealed and she must use all of her skills and experience to piece together fragments of a wider conspiracy that lies behind the murder.Out of Blue is an unmissable neo-noir mystery in which one detective’s quest for truth begins to destabilise both her view of the world and her very being.

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Monday 29 Apr 201920:50
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Pick of the Litter (PG)

Preview Screening

Meet Patriot, Potomac, Primrose, Poppet, and Phil - five spirited puppies who, from the moment they’re born, begin an incredible journey to become guide dogs for the blind. It’s a rigorous two-year process that will take the pups from the care of selfless foster volunteers to specialized trainers to, if they make the cut, a lifelong human companion. At every step of the way, the puppies will be tested, challenged, and evaluated. Only the best of the best will be chosen for the job of guide dog—who has what it takes? Introducing viewers to an unforgettable cast of canine personalities and the dedicated individuals who work with them, Pick of the Litter is an uplifting, bighearted celebration of the unique bond between humans and dogs.

Followed by a Q&A with Barry O Toole, Guide Dog Instructor at The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

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Wednesday 15 May 201919:00
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Portrait of Jason

The Photographers' Gallery

Join us for screening of the seminal American documentary A Portrait of Jason, presented in dialogue with the photographs of Dave Heath. The film and its themes of performance, alienation and authenticity, is introduced by transdisciplinary writer and academic Gavin Butt.

On 2 December, 1966, Shirley Clarke and a tiny crew convened in her apartment at the Hotel Chelsea to make a film. There, for twelve straight hours they filmed the one-and-only Jason Holliday as he spun tales, sang, donned costumes and reminisced about good times and bad behaviour as a gay hustler, sometime houseboy and aspiring cabaret performer. The result is a mesmerizing portrait of a remarkable, charming and tortured man, who is by turns hilarious and heart-breaking.

Ingmar Bergman called it “the most extraordinary film I’ve seen in my life,” and when first screened in a sneak preview, the audience included Tennessee Williams, Robert Frank, Norman Mailer, Andy Warhol, Arthur Miller, Ruby Dee, Rip Torn, Geraldine Page and Terry Southern.

Daring, provocative, ground-breaking and truly gripping, Portrait of Jason was one of the first LGBT films to be taken seriously by wider audiences. Part cinema verité and part fiction it remains one of the most remarkable films of American independent filmmaking.

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Wednesday 22 May 201919:00
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Ralph Breaks The Internet (PG)

Kids Kino Club - tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults

Six years after the events of Wreck-It Ralph, Ralph and Vanellope, now friends, discover a wi-fi router in their arcade, leading them into a new adventure.

Nominated for the Best Animated Feature Oscar

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Saturday 27 Apr 201911:30
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Ray and Liz (15)

Outside of Birmingham, Ray and Liz raise their two sons living on the margins of society, performing extreme rituals and breaking social taboos as they deal with issues beyond their control.  Turner Prize-nominated artist Ray Billingham returns to the striking photographs of his family during Thatcher-era Britain in this BIFA-winning film based on his memories of growing up in a Black Country council flat.

“Bracing honesty and lacerating tenderness, all chased with a teacup shot of treacle black humour.  A very special film, perhaps the best to come out of the UK in many years.” - Little White Lies

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Tuesday 7 May 201920:45
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Seret International

UK Premiere

Menachem, a former front man for a rock band, has adopted a deeply devout life.  Now a widower, he has a gravely-ill six-year-old daughter and he’s desperate to find a way to pay for her cancer treatment. He gets his band together for one last tour, to raise the funds. The journey to save his daughter, handled with delicacy and great emotional insight in this award-winning feature, opens old wounds, through which he connects his secular past and music, to pave the road to his own redemption.

Followed by a Q&A with Main Actor Moshe Folkenflick

“Thanks to Folkenflick’s performance, the many conflicts tearing at Menachem’s soul have the texture of truth, pain and confusion.” - Sarah Ward, Screen Daily

Festivals and Awards

Jerusalem Film Festival 2018 Winner Audience Award and Best Music - Assa Talmudi

Karlovy Vary Festival 2018 Winner of Ecumenical Jury Award Director – Yossi Madmoni and Winner Best Actor - Moshe Folkenflick

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Sunday 5 May 201919:30
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Samples of Society (15)

Presented by Lush

17 years in the making, Samples of Society is the first feature production from the Lush Presents film department following the life and times of Hal Samples, a unique individual with a crusade to tell incredible and unlikely outsider stories that have characterised his adult life. We travel with Hal and his friends, Caleb Landry Jones (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) & Alex Maas (The Black Angels), on a journey of discovery around America meeting characters and close friends with life-affirming and heartbreaking tales from the streets.

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Thursday 16 May 201919:30
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Sideway (18)

London Turkish Film Week

Portents plague a small town, set 'twixt a stormy sea and ominous forest. The sun turns black, Doomsday looms - is the young barista with a strange mark on his back the promised Saviour?

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Sunday 28 Apr 201918:00
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The Blueblack Hussar

Heavenly Films Present


An engrossing portrait of a true English original, The Blueblack Hussar is Jack Bond’s ride through the world of Adam Ant. The iconic pop star, who was perhaps the biggest music star on the planet during his halcyon days in the 1980s, disappeared completely from public life when he suffered a recurrence of the depression that has inflicted him since he was a young man. Sectioned and forcibly sedated, few would have anticipated his return from this particularly tortuous exile. Featuring the likes of Charlotte Rampling, Mark Ronson, Allen Jones, John Robb and Jamie Reynolds, this is a film exploring the road back for a unique British pop star, one still channeling his Highwayman/Prince Charming persona and who has, against all the odds, got himself back to playing to huge audiences once again, unapologetically and without compromise.  The Blueblack Hussar is a hugely enjoyable tribute to a great musical legend.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director Jack Bond hosted by Travis Elborough

“Splendidly eclectic and electrifying” - Radio Times

Screening in 4K.

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Tuesday 30 Apr 201919:30
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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

A senator, who became famous for killing a notorious outlaw, returns for the funeral of an old friend and tells the truth about his deed.

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Wednesday 22 May 201912:0015:30
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The Pigeon (18)

London Turkish Film Week

Feeding the birds on the roof of his poor parents' house in Adana  helps young Yusuf find inner peace and resilience to face society outside. This debut feature won 18 festival awards, including Sofia's Best Director, and Best Actor in Valencia.

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Sunday 28 Apr 201913:00
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The Red Turtle (PG)

Kids Kino Club - tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults

A Studio Ghibli produced animation where a man finds himself ship wrecked on a deserted island and encounters a red turtle which changes his life.

“It's a superb piece of work, beautiful and enigmatic.” - Geoffrey Macnab, The Independent

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Saturday 18 May 201911:30
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The Rescuers (U)

Kids Kino Club - tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults

When a bottle containing a plea for help from a little girl named Penny makes its way to the Rescue Aid Society, a mouse organization in the basement of the United Nations building dedicated to the rescue and well-being of anyone in need, it is up to the brave mouse Miss Bianca and her chosen partner, the shy janitor Bernard, to rescue the girl.

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Saturday 4 May 201911:30
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The Sisters Brothers (15)

Charlie & Eli Sisters live in a wild and hostile world. They have no scruples about killing. It’s their job. Charlie, the younger brother was born to kill. Eli, however dreams of living a normal life. A contract takes them on a journey from Oregon to California testing the bond between them.

"You don't need a deep love of westerns to get a kick out of Jacques Audiard's wry, surprising, and often plain hilarious frontier story." - Time Out

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Friday 3 May 201918:3020:55
Saturday 4 May 201914:3017:00
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Thunderball (PG)

Followed by a Q&A with Martine Beswick

James Bond heads to the Bahamas to recover two nuclear warheads stolen by S.P.E.C.T.R.E Agent Emilio Largo in an international extortion scheme.

Academy Award winner for Best Special Effects in 1966.

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Sunday 12 May 201914:00
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Topkapi (U)

Matinee Classics - tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s

A conman gets mixed up with a group of thieves who plan to rob an Istanbul museum to retrieve a jewelled dagger.

Presented in conjunction with the Turkish Film Weekend. 

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Wednesday 24 Apr 201912:0015:30
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Turkish Ice Cream (18)

London Turkish Film Week

Set-and largely filmed- in New South Wales-and mostly in English, this latest epic from one of Turkey's most successful new directors charts the exploits of two Turks living in Australia selling dondurma from a wheelbarrow. But it is 1915, and the Great War soon overtakes them....

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Sunday 28 Apr 201920:30
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Us (15)

A doppelganger family appears at the end of their driveway to ruin the Wilson’s holiday. Lupita N’yongo gives an extraordinary performance in the new horror film from the creator of Get Out.

Us is both laugh out loud hilarious and disturbingly eerie all at one.” - Observer

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Saturday 11 May 201913:4516:0518:2520:45
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Yellow Heat (18)

London Turkish Film Week

Striking directorial debut - already prized at Istanbul and Moscow Festivals- showing the struggles of a farming family caught between feudal traditions and modern developments

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Saturday 27 Apr 201914:00
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Yozgat Blues (18)

London Turkish Film Week

In a tiny Anatolian town a lonely barber falls for the younger singer of  a visitingcabaret double-act..Winner of many festival awards including the FIPRESCI (International Critics') Prize at Warsaw.

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Saturday 27 Apr 201916:00