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16 Bars (15)

SoundScreen Film & Music Festival

UK Premiere


A feature length music documentary that offers a rare glimpse at the human stories and songs — that are locked away in our nation’s jails and prisons. The film follows a unique rehabilitation effort in the Richmond City Justice Center that invites inmates to write and record original music. In the jail’s makeshift recording studio, 4 men collaborate on an album with a Grammy-winning recording artist, Todd “Speech” Thomas, from the iconic activist hip-hop group Arrested Development. As the creative process unfurls, each of these men must unearth painful memories from the past, which hold a key to a new chapter in their lives.


The film is set in Richmond Virginia, the former seat of the confederacy, where the legacy of systemic racism, a spiraling opioid crisis, generational poverty, and a lack of mental health services have entrapped many of its citizens in a cycle of incarceration, making the city itself a unique case study for rising recidivism rates in the U.S. at large. With the U.S. locking up more of its citizens per capita than any other nation on the planet, the music of the film serves as rare testimony to the raw and messy truth behind the criminal justice system’s revolving door.


“...A hopeful look at the potential power of song and creativity to focus, empower and inspire.” — Gary Goldstein, L.A. Times

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Friday 27 Mar 202019:30
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All For My Mother (15)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival


Olka is 17-year-old, she has big eyes and tomboyish gestures. She bites her nails and her hands bear the marks of self-harm. For years, she had been looking for her mother. Her constant escapes from the orphanage landed her in a youth detention centre. However, she is nothing like the other girls, she does not care for clothes or a phone, and will not provide sexual services to the guards in exchange for a smoke or money. She is an avid athlete and believes that once she becomes successful, she will be reunited with her mother.

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Sunday 22 Mar 202017:00
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Bushwick Bill: Geto Boy (15)

SoundScreen Film & Music Festival

UK Premiere


An intimate portrait of the legendary gangsta rapper Bushwick Bill reflecting on his turbulent life both on and off the stage. Known mainly for his hardcore lyrics, his size (he is a little person) and his missing eye, Bill recounts his highly controversial life as one of the original Ghetto Boys.


Filmmaker Gregy Roman offers up a rare glimpse into the rapper’s life as the two discuss Bill’s migration from Jamaica to the mean streets of Bushwick, Brooklyn, his pioneering rap career, and the infamous shooting incident that almost took Bill’s life. Bushwick Bill: Geto Boy is a revealing documentary about the man, Richard Shaw, his persona, Bushwick Bill, and the blurring of the lines between the two. With some unexpected anecdotes along the way, the film reveals an emotional and contemplative side never before seen and offers insight into the history of hip hop, the complexities of the music industry, and what really goes on in the mind of Bushwick motherfuckin’ Bill.

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Saturday 28 Mar 202015:00
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Calm With Horses (15)

St Patrick's Day Festival


In dark rural Ireland, ex-boxer Arm has become the feared enforcer for the drug-dealing Devers family, while at the same time desperate to be a good father to his five-year-old son. Torn between these two families, Arm's loyalties are tested when he is asked to kill for the first time.


Executive produced by Michael Fassbender and based on a gripping novella from Irish writer Colin Barrett, from a collection of Barrett’s short stories which won The Guardian’s prestigious First Book Award.


"A blistering debut" - The Observer


This March 13th festival screening is a part of the Mayor of London's St. Patrick's Parade and Festival 2020. #StPatsDayLDN

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Friday 13 Mar 202019:30
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Carve Her Name With Pride (PG)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s


During World War II a recently widowed young woman is recruited to work as a spy in France.

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Wednesday 18 Mar 202012:0015:30
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Corpus Christi (15)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival


Based on true events and directed by Jan Komasa, Corpus Christi is a story about seeking a true redemption. Daniel (Bartosz Bielenia) is serving his sentence for second-degree murder at the Juvenile Detention Centre, when he experiences the spiritual awakening. However, his criminal past prevents him from joining the seminary, and after his release on parole he is sent to work at carpenter’s workshop. When he is mistakenly taken for a priest Daniel decides to follow his dream and starts providing sacramental ministry in a small parish.

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Friday 20 Mar 202018:15
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Crip Camp (12A)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A


Directors Nicole Newnham and Jim LeBrecht deliver a rousing film about a summer camp for teens with disabilities who turned activists - shaping the future of the disability-rights movement and changing accessibility legislation for everyone.


Q&A to follow with filmmakers Nicole Newnham and Jim LeBrecht, Carlos Ríos Espinosa, Snr. Researcher & Advocate, Disability Rights, Human Rights Watch, moderated by Shantha Rau Barriga, Disability Rights Director, Human Rights Watch

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Wednesday 18 Mar 202018:15
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Dark, Almost Night (15)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival


When Walbrzych experiences a series of mysterious child kidnappings, a journalist Alicja Tabor (Magdalena Cielecka) shows up in town. After years of absence, the tenacious reporter returns home to meet the families of the missing children and solve a mystery, which puzzles even the police. During her private investigation, Alicja quite unexpectedly picks up a trail of dramatic events, which started decades earlier. In her quest for truth, she faces a new threat as well as the shocking secrets of her family and her own childhood, from which she tried to escape her whole adult life.

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Saturday 21 Mar 202018:15
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Days of Wine and Roses (PG)

Jack Lemmon in...


Joe (Lemmon) and Kirsten (Remick) are young newlyweds with a bright future. Joe is an up and coming PR man whose meetings increasingly involve booze. Kirsten joins the party and it is only a matter of time….

One of Hollywood’s best films about the devastating effects of alcoholism.

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Sunday 8 Mar 202016:15
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Dial M For Murder (15)

Amazing Grace


Based on the popular mystery play by Frederick Knott. A British tennis pro (Millard) suspects his wealthy wife (Kelly) is fooling around with handsome American (Cummings). He blackmails a disgraced former army comrade into murdering her but does not take into account that she might fight back….

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Sunday 8 Mar 202014:00
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Dolittle (PG)

Kids Kino Club

Tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults


A wonderful adaptation of a classic story of a physician who discovers he can talk to the animals.

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Saturday 21 Mar 202011:30
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Dracula A.D. 1972 (15)

Followed by a Q&A with Caroline Munro


Dracula and vampire hunter Van Helsing battle it out in Hyde Park 1872. Both are killed in the struggle, and a noblemen on horseback collects the dried blood of the Count and buries it in a churchyard. 100 years on and it’s swinging London. A group of partygoing teenagers, one of whom is a descendant of Van Helsing, hold a satanic black mass for kicks in an old graveyard and abandoned church. The leader of the group - Johnny Alucard - mixes his blood with that of the Count’s remains, resurrecting Dracula.

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Thursday 5 Mar 202019:30
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East End Babylon (18)

SoundScreen Film & Music Festival

Followed by a Q&A


Following on from the sell-out tour celebrating the 40th anniversary of the release of their debut album, Greatest Hits Volume 1, we are joined by Mick Geggus and Jeff Turner of the Cockney Rejects along with the film’s director, Richard England for a special screening of East End Babylon – The Story Of The Cockney Rejects followed by a Q&A discussion.


The story of London's toughest and poorest part as told through the eyes of its most iconic band. From the bombs that flew in World War II and from the greatest industrial docks the world ever saw, to the formation of the original and best Terrace Band of them all, the battles, living outside the law, the wilderness years of both the band and the area that spawned them, and eventually to the rebirth and transformation of the band into a worldwide cult, this is the rockumentary to beat them all. This is East End Babylon!


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Sunday 29 Mar 202014:30
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From Here (12A)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A


From Here is a hopeful story of four young activists, Tania, Sonny, Miman, and Akim - whose futures, as their countries grapple with racism, nationalism and a fight against diversity, hang in the balance of immigration and integration debates.


Q&A to follow the screening with filmmaker Christina Antonakos-Wallace and Kartik Raj, Researcher, Europe & Central Asia, HRW

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Tuesday 17 Mar 202018:00
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Frozen II (U)

Kids Kino Club

Tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults


Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven leave Arendelle to travel to an ancient, autumn-bound forest of an enchanted land. They set out to find the origin of Elsa's powers in order to save their kingdom.

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Saturday 28 Mar 202011:30
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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

There will be a short intermission.

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Sunday 1 Mar 202018:30
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Hendrix and The Spook (15)

SoundScreen Film & Music Festival

UK Premiere


It’s September 24th, 1966 and as Jimmy James fastens his seatbelt on the New York runway, he’s full of excitement and hope. Next to him is Chas Chandler, the bass player of British band The Animals who only days earlier had spotted him playing in a club in Greenwich Village and was now taking him to London to launch his musical career. By the time the plane touches down Jimmy James has reverted to his original surname and has become Jimi Hendrix.


But Jimi has no idea that the other man he was travelling with, a mysterious suited man wearing dark glasses, would become embroiled in Jimi's own murder investigation. Fifty years on, The Animals and Jimi Hendrix not only remain top box office, the cause of Jimi’s death still remains an open verdict. While many stories continue to surround his death the open verdict does not rule out murder, neither does it rule out suicide: this film reveals the secret history of Jimi’s manager and British spy Mike Jeffery and explores why he was the prime suspect in the Jimi Hendrix murder enquiries. Yet, Hendrix and The Spook, with first hand testimony, reveals another more likely candidate for the cause of the death of one of the world’s greatest rock stars.

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Sunday 29 Mar 202020:00
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High Noon (U)

Amazing Grace


A town marshal, despite the disagreements of his newlywed bride and the townspeople around him, must face a gang of deadly killers alone at high noon when the gang leader, an outlaw he sent up years ago, arrives on the noon train.

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Sunday 1 Mar 202014:00
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Horn From The Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story (15)

SoundScreen Film & Music Festival

UK Premiere


A feature-length documentary about the life and career of legendary blues musician Paul Butterfield. A white, teenage harmonica player from Chicago’s South Side, Paul learned the blues from the original black masters performing nightly in his own back yard. Muddy Waters was Paul’s mentor and lifelong friend, happy to share his wisdom and expertise with such a gifted young acolyte.


The interracial Paul Butterfield Blues Band, featuring the twin guitar sound of Michael Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop, the rhythm section of Sam Lay and Jerome Arnold and the keyboards of Mark Naftalin, added a rock edge to the Chicago blues, bringing an authenticity to its sound that struck a chord with the vast white rock audience and rejuvenated worldwide interest in the blues.


The band’s first LP, released in 1965, was named “#11 Blues Album of All Time” by Downbeat. The only artist to perform at The Newport Folk Festival in 1965, The Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 and the Woodstock Festival in 1969, Paul would continue to break new ground in the blues, and to stand up for racial equality, until his death at age 44 in 1987 of a drug overdose.


Through his music and words, along with first-hand accounts of his family, his band mates and those closest to him, Horn From The Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story tells the complex story of a man many call the greatest blues harmonica player of all time. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015. Paul Butterfield is one of a handful of musicians inducted into both the Rock and Roll and Blues Halls of Fame, alongside other legendary artists including B.B. King, Chuck Berry, Billie Holiday and Eric Clapton.


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Sunday 29 Mar 202017:30
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I Could Go On Singing (PG)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s


A successful singer, working in London, visits her son whilst his father is away to attempt to build her relationship with him.

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Wednesday 11 Mar 202012:0015:30
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Jihad Jane (15)

In March 2010, the arrest on terror charges of a blonde haired, blue-eyed, American woman who called herself ‘Jihad Jane’ made headlines world wide and was described as the 'new front in the war on terrorism.' The story of Coleen LaRose, a forty six-year-old woman, who had radicalised in rural Pennsylvania led the evening news bulletins. What made the case more surreal and confusing was the arrest of another American woman, Jamie Paulin Ramirez, a Colorado native — this time in Waterford, Ireland. One American woman caught up in a terror cell based out Ireland seemed incredible but two....


Amid a backdrop of NSA surveillance, media hysteria and online radicalization — Jihad Jane is the never before told story of marriage proposals, a murder plot and the world’s most unlikely terror cell.

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Thursday 12 Mar 202020:50
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La Dolce Vita (12A)

Federico Fellini’s exquisite tale of celebrity casts an adoring yet critical eye towards post-war Rome. Set over seven decadent days, the film follows Marcello Mastroianni’s philandering journalist, pursuing a happiness that’s always just out of reach.

A new 4K restoration marks the film’s 60th anniversary and screens as part of the official 2020 celebrations for the centenary of Federico Fellini.


“Probably the greatest film ever made” - Nicolas Winding Refn

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Tuesday 3 Mar 202019:30
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Lenny Abrahamson on Normal People and other work

St Patrick's Day Festival


Irish Film London Patron Lenny Abrahamson returns to Regent Street Cinema for a chat about his latest work, including the BBC/Hulu TV adaptation of Sally Rooney’s award-winning Normal People, which stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal. Lenny will chat through clips of his work, and answer questions from the audience.


A great opportunity to meet Ireland's foremost director, and multi-award winner, known for acclaimed films such as Room, The Little Stranger, What Richard Did and Adam & Paul. In 2015 Lenny was one of the youngest directors to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Director, among the four nominations for his film Room.


Lenny's upcoming projects include an adaptation of Laird Hunt's Civil War novel Neverhome, and A Man's World, a film based on Emile Griffith's boxing rivalry with Benny Paret and Neal Bascomb's upcoming book The Grand Escape, a true story of three daredevil World War I pilots being held in Germany's most infamous POW prison.


This festival screening is a part of the Mayor of London's St. Patrick's Parade and Festival 2020. #StPatsDayLDN

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Sunday 15 Mar 202017:30
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Love Child (15)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A


An intimately filmed, epic love story meets Leila and Sahand escaping from Iran so they can be together. Suddenly living together in a strange new land battling tightening asylum laws, they face hurdles that test the strength of their relationship.


Followed by a Q&A with director Eva Mulvad and Emma Sinclair-Webb, Turkey Director, Human Rights Watch

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Tuesday 17 Mar 202020:30
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Mai Khôi & The Dissidents (12A)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A


Dubbed “Vietnam’s Lady Gaga” and likened to Pussy Riot, Vietnamese pop star Mai Khôi must go to great lengths to disseminate her music which champions women’s rights, LGBT rights and free speech, having fallen foul of the ruling Communist party.


Q&A to follow the screening with Mai Khôi (via Skype) and Linda Lakhdir, Legal Advisor, Asia Division, HRW

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Monday 16 Mar 202019:30
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Maxima (15)

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A


Maxima tells the incredible story of Máxima Acuña, a fearless Indigenous farmer from the Peruvian highlands, who is standing up to one of the largest goldmining companies in the world in the face of violent intimidation.


Q&A to follow the screening with director Claudia Sparrow and Senior Campaigner, Global Witness Land and Environmental Defenders Campaign, Ben Leather

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Wednesday 18 Mar 202020:45
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Midnight Traveler (15)

In 2015, after Hassan Fazili’s documentary Peace aired on Afghan national television, the Taliban assassinated the film’s main subject and put a price on Hassan’s head. Hassan looked at his wife and his daughters, and he knew they had to flee their home.


Over the course of their multi-year saga in search of safety, the family grasped onto the only means they had to assert control over their situation: their camera-phones.Hassan and his wife Fatima are both filmmakers, and they are educating their daughters and encouraging them to be artists. The whole family shot this autobiographical film, which began when they sought and were rejected for refugee protection and follows them along the notorious Balkan smuggling route. As they experienced increasingly degrading circumstances, the family latched on to filmmaking as a way to not just survive, but retain their humanity.


Midnight Traveler is a gripping vérité story made by a family on the run. Their unique access and artistic vision provide an intimate portrait of a loving family and the myriad fellow travellers they meet on their odyssey.

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Monday 2 Mar 202018:3020:30
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Mister T. (15)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A


1953. In Warsaw rising from the ashes a renowned author, Mister T. (Paweł Wilczak), lives in a hotel for writers and makes a living by giving extra lessons to a beautiful teenage student. One day a young man moves in next door. Mister T. becomes his mentor in the world, where vodka and good company ease the feeling of constant surveillance. Mister T.’s life becomes more complicated, once the authorities begin to suspect him of trying to blow up the Palace of Culture and Science, his student announces some unexpected news, and the security service’s agents watch his every move.


Followed by a Q&A with actor Pawel Wilczak and producer Jaroslaw Bolinski

There will be live music in the bar before the screening

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Saturday 21 Mar 202020:35
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Mr. Jones (15)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival


A Welsh journalist breaks the news in the western media of the famine in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s.


“a magnificent performance by Norton and a deliciously ripe turn from Peter Sarsgaard” - The Arts Desk

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Sunday 22 Mar 202019:30
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Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (PG)

Kids Kino Club

Tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults


Warrior and pacifist Princess Nausicaa desperately struggles to prevent two warring nations from destroying themselves and their dying planet. A classic from Studio Ghibli.

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Saturday 29 Feb 202011:30
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New Irish Short Films 1 (15)

St Patrick's Day Festival


One of two collections of Ireland’s newest short films from established and emerging filmmakers. Includes Ciarán Dooley's Twin, starring Kelly Thornton as Ava, who, over the course of her 21st birthday, explores the grief felt by the loss of someone close to her and attempts to overcome it. A musing on emotions still present and those lost.


The final lineup of films is currently being curated, but will include a mix of drama, comedy, documentary and animation!


Visit irishfilmlondon.com for trailers and updates.


This festival screening is a part of the Mayor of London's St. Patrick's Parade and Festival 2020. #StPatsDayLDN

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Friday 13 Mar 202017:30
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New Irish Short Films 2 (12A)

St Patrick's Day Festival


One of two collections of Ireland’s newest short films from established and emerging filmmakers.


Includes Ciaran Crudden's Day in the Sun: Fermanagh, along with Wicklow, are one of only two counties in Ireland to have never won a Senior provincial GAA title. Despite over 130 years of waiting, fans like Brian Connolly have never stopped dreaming.


When Peter notices his friend Brian is experiencing the telltale symptoms of advancing Dementia, he enlists the help of a few special people to pull-off the impossible. County allegiances are put to one side as the rural Monaghan community become Fermanagh fans for one very special day in the sun. This film is presented in association with Ashford Place's Dementia Cafe.


The final lineup of films is currently being curated, but will include a mix of drama, comedy, documentary and animation!


Visit irishfilmlondon.com for trailers and updates.


This festival screening is a part of the Mayor of London's St. Patrick's Parade and Festival 2020. #StPatsDayLDN

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Sunday 15 Mar 202019:30
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Olivia (15)

Another Gaze


Seventy years on, Jacqueline Audry’s romantic period piece remains a landmark of lesbian representation long overdue for rediscovery. Set in a 19th century French finishing school, new English boarder Olivia (Marie-Claire Olivia) quickly finds herself hot for her teacher—the migraine-prone Mademoiselle Clara (Cat People’s Simone Simon)—and her headmistress, Mademoiselle Julie (Edwige Feuillere). Lace and repressed lust abound as affections and attachments fly and the students’ greatest lessons prove to be those of love and attraction.


The screening will be accompanied by a specially commissioned essay written by Prof. Emma Wilson.

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Tuesday 10 Mar 202019:30
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Parasite (15)

Brilliant class critique. The Kim family all live in a tiny basement flat and all four are unemployed. When the son gets a chance to bluff his way into a well-paid tutoring job, hopes of a regular income for all start to blossom.


Winner of the Palme d’Or, Bong Joon-ho reminds us that he is one of the world’s most exciting, talented and entertaining directors with the hilarious, scathing, thrilling and utterly unique Parasite.

"Bong is back and on brilliant form, but he is unmistakably, roaringly furious, and it registers because the target is so deserving, so enormous, so 2019: Parasite is a tick fat with the bitter blood of class rage.” - Variety


Oscar Winner

Best Picture

Best Director

Best Original Screenplay

Best International Film


2 BAFTA wins:

Best Original Screenplay

Best Film Not in the English Language


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Saturday 14 Mar 202017:0019:45
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Pilsudski (15)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival


After a daring escape from a mental asylum Józef Piłsudski (Borys Szyc) regains a leadership of the underground Polish independence movement. Uncompromising on the battlefield, in his private life he is torn between two women – his wife and his lover. Considered a terrorist by conservative members of the Polish Socialist Party, Piłsudski together with his closest associates will stop at nothing to achieve his goal: independent Poland. As 1914 approaches, he sees new chances to achieve his objective.


Piłsudski is a historical drama, a passionate romance, and above all a true story of lesser-known aspects of the Polish Marshal’s life.

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Saturday 21 Mar 202016:00
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Queen & Slim (15)

A couple's first date takes an unexpected turn when a police officer pulls them over. Queen & Slim is a powerful, consciousness-raising love story that confronts the staggering human toll of racism and the life-shattering price of violence.


“The 'rhetoric' of Queen & Slim reverberates with anger and love and mourning.” - Sheila O'Malley, RogerEbert.com

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Friday 6 Mar 202018:1520:50
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Radioactive (12A)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival

Followed by a Q&A with director Marjane Satrapi


Young and ambitious Maria Skłodowska (Rosamund Pike) emigrates from Poland to Paris, where she studies physics, chemistry and mathematics at the Sorbonne. As a young woman working in a scientific world dominated by men, nobody takes her very seriously until she is awarded the Nobel Prize alongside her fellow researcher and husband Pierre Curie (Sam Riley). Adapted from Lauren Redniss’s graphic novel of the same title and directed by Marjane Satrapi, Radioactive charts the life and legacy of the first person to win two Nobel Prize awards.

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Thursday 19 Mar 202019:00
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Rock’n’Roll Eddie (PG)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival


The greatest dream of a 12-year-old Frank is to become an inventor. With his friend, snappy and spontaneous Isabel, they accidently punch a hole to another dimension – a mysterious and dangerous land of Oblivio – and bring in an amazing stranger called Eddie, a wacky Elvis Presley lookalike. He is chased by ruthless bounty hunters and the situation is getting more and more dangerous for all three of them. Eddie’s life depends on Isabel’s courage and Frank’s imagination. To send Eddie back to his world the kids have to jump into the greatest adventure of their lives, full of surprises, chases, and narrow escapes.

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Sunday 22 Mar 202012:00
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Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall (15)

The documentary chronicles the infamous photographer’s life behind and outside the camera. A child of immigrants and a life battling inner demons, Jim fought his way to become one of the most trusted mavericks behind a lens throughout 60’s history. A passion for music led him to capture some of the most iconic figures in music history from Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, to the infamous image of Jimi Hendrix burning his guitar....

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Wednesday 11 Mar 202020:30
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Some Like It Hot (12A)

Jack Lemmon in...


When two male musicians witness a mob hit, they flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women, but further complications set in when they meet the beautiful Sugar Kane and hilariously compete for her affections.


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Sunday 1 Mar 202016:00
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Stardust (15)

Heavenly Films presents Stardust plus Q&A


Stardust, staring David Essex, was the 1974 follow up to That’ll Be The Day and picked up where the first film ended. Jim (David Essex) is now enjoying the nomadic ‘gigs and groupies’ life of The Stray Cats (with bandmates Paul Nicolas, Keith Moon, Dave Edmunds, and Karl Howman). When he achieves all his wildest dreams of international stardom, the sweet taste of success begins to turn sour, reflecting the tragic days when the pressures proved too great for many talented musicians of the 1960s.


Directed by Michael Apted (of The World Is Not Enough and 7-Up series fame) and co-starring Adam Faith as the group's manager, it remains one the greatest rock 'n' roll movies ever made and a grittily real portrayal of the highs and lows of fame.


This screening will followed by a Q&A with writer Ray Connolly hosted by Travis Elborough.

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Wednesday 25 Mar 202019:30
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Teddy Pendergrass: If You Don't Know Me (15)

SoundScreen Film & Music Festival


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 1960s America and his victorious comeback after his life-changing accident.


This screening marks 10 years since Teddy Pendergrass' death.

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Saturday 28 Mar 202017:30
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The Big Country (PG)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s


A New Englander arrives in the Old West where he becomes embroiled in a fued between two families over a valuable patch of land.

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Wednesday 25 Mar 202012:0015:30
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The Coldest Game (15)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival


Former US chess champion, brilliant mathematician, and alcoholic Joshua Mansky (Bill Pullman) is recruited by a CIA agent and sent to Warsaw for a secret mission. He must compete against the Soviet champion Gawrylow at the historic Palace of Culture and Science, while the intelligence is being gathered from a secret informant, a Soviet officer. With the ongoing Cuban Missile Crisis the conflict between the world’s superpowers escalates and the chess game acquires increasing significance, with America’s global position at stake.

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Friday 20 Mar 202020:30
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The Country Girl (PG)

Amazing Grace

An adaptation of Clifford Odets' play. Bing Crosby stars as Frank Elgin, a once-famous Broadway star who's hit the skids. Hotshot young director Bernie Dodd, a long-time admirer of Elgin, tries to get the old-timer back on his feet with a starring role in a new play, annoying the actor’s wife at the same time. Grace Kelly won a best actress Oscar for her role in this film.

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Sunday 15 Mar 202015:00
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The Garden of Allah (U)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival


Domini Enfilden (Marlene Dietrich), an heiress who had long been confined to caring for her recently-deceased father, travels to the liberating expanses of the North African desert to renew her soul. There she meets Boris Androvski (Charles Boyer), a Trappist monk who has fled his monastery after struggling with the pressure of keeping his vows. The two free birds fall in love and marry, but will Domini discover the monastic secret that Boris is hiding from her?


Nominated for two Oscars, The Garden of Allah eventually received an honorary Academy Award for its pioneering use of Three-strip Technicolor.

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Sunday 22 Mar 202015:00
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The Ladykillers (U)

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

An oddball group of bank robbers planning their next job decide to rent rooms from an innocent old lady who believes they are musicians. But when one of the gang's case falls open and reveals a stash of banknotes, their landlady vows to report the men to the police.

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Wednesday 4 Mar 202012:0015:30
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The Lighthouse (15)

A hypnotic and hallucinatory tale of two lighthouse keepers – Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe - trying to maintain their sanity on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s.


“It leaves you dazed, terrified and elated, and it signals Eggers as one of the most exciting directors working today.” – Time Out


Oscar Nominated

Best Cinematography

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Friday 28 Feb 202020:50
Saturday 29 Feb 202014:0016:1518:3020:45
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The Pretty Things - The Final Bow (15)

SoundScreen Film & Music Festival

UK Premiere

Followed by a Q&A and an acoustic blues set from Phil May and Dick Taylor


Featuring David Gilmour & Van Morrison, The Pretty Things' final concert brings the curtain down a ground-breaking musical career spanning over 55 years. Founded by an ex-Rolling Stone; Dick Taylor, along with superb vocalist Phil May, The Pretty Things were so raucous and rebellious that they made the Stones seem sedate by comparison.


Featuring behind the scenes documentary footage with interviews with Phil, the band and more, this is their final bow to a sell-out crowd at London's Indigo O2.

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Saturday 28 Mar 202020:30
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The Runway (PG)

St Patrick's Day Festival


The Runway is based on a true story of self-taught Spanish speaker Paco (Jamie Kierans), who finds himself turned translator when Colombian Ernesto (Demian Bichir) crash lands near Paco’s village of Dromoleen. With an absent father, Paco immediately takes to Ernesto and encourages the town to come together and build the runway needed to get the pilot’s plane back in the sky.


Finding his chances of getting home improving, Ernesto grows close to both his young saviour and his mother Grace (Kerry Condon), proving to be the father figure Paco has been waiting for. Using its real life basis as a starting point, The Runway turns its raw materials into a heart-warming drama about an unexpected visitor finding a second home in a family and a town changed utterly by his arrival.


This festival screening is a part of the Mayor of London's St. Patrick's Parade and Festival 2020. #StPatsDayLDN

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Saturday 14 Mar 202014:00
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Theodora Goes Wild (PG)

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival


Theodora Lynn (Irene Dunne) is a small-town Sunday school teacher, who also happens to be the secret author of a bestselling risqué novel. The serialisation of her book in the local newspaper leads the outraged Lynnfield Literary Circle to force the editor (Thomas Mitchell) to stop printing it. Theodora visits her publisher in New York, where she meets the book’s illustrator Michael Grant (Melvyn Douglas). Michael vows to set her free from prudish Lynnfield, yet harbours his own secret.... A classic screwball comedy featuring some of the stars of the era, Theodora Goes Wild was nominated for two Oscars.

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Saturday 21 Mar 202014:00
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Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am (12A)

Originally an iconic editor of African-American fiction, Toni Morrison began writing because the book she wanted to read – about the inner life of a young black girl – did not yet exist. She died earlier this year the Nobel Prize-winning grande dame of American literature, her death provoking the kind of outpouring that is only generated when someone’s work has touched and changed innumerable lives.


Focusing solely on the African-American experience, her powerful and visceral prose explored race in America and African-American identity, history, imagination and mythology in virtuosic works including Song of Solomon and Beloved, her Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece. Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’s artful and intimate meditation on her life and career travels from her childhood in the steel town of Lorain, Ohio to ’70s-era book tours with Muhammad Ali; and from the front lines with Angela Davis to years spent teaching at Princeton University, depicting a woman dedicated to the people around her, as well as to her art.


As well as illuminating interviews with Morrison herself, it features a superb range of contributors including Hilton Als, Angela Davis, Fran Lebowitz, Walter Mosley, Sonia Sanchez and Oprah Winfrey, who turned Beloved into a feature. Touching and timely, it pays fitting tribute to an astonishing intellect, a dynamic cultural and social commentator and one of the most singular writers of recent times.

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Monday 23 Mar 202020:30
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Villetta Con Ospiti (15)

CinemaItaliaUK


Every small town has its secrets - and so does this small community living in the mountains in Northern Italy. In the space of two days, all the small hypocrisies, prejudices and suspicions hidden in the lives of these people will soon culminate in a dramatic life changing event. Ivano de Matteo directs an amazing ensemble of Italian actors in this captivating drama.

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Tuesday 24 Mar 202019:30
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Weathering With You (12A)

Kids Kino Club

Tickets just £3 for kids and £5 for accompanying adults


A high school boy who has run away to Tokyo befriends a girl who seems to be able to control the weather.

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Saturday 7 Mar 202011:30
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Women's Day

Followed by a Q&A


Astounding stories by women born in the USSR - pioneers and survivors - who reveal their lives from the 1917 revolution to the present day. Intimate, surprising, funny, painful and contradictory - the untold history of women in Russia.


The Nobel Laureate, the ‘Voice of the USSR’, the beauty blogger, the cyber security boss, veterans of Stalingrad and the Leningrad Siege, the exiled feminist, the Tractorist Heroine and many more.


These women were forged in a culture that had officially proclaimed women equal to men. They were told they could achieve it all, but at what cost - and what was the reality?

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Sunday 8 Mar 202019:00