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