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A Girl From Mogadishu (15)

Irish Film London


A Girl from Mogadishu stars Aja Naomi King (How to Get Away with Murder, Birth of a Nation) as Ifrah, Martha Cango Antonio (Black) and Barkhad Abdi (Blade Runner, Captain Phillips) as well as Somali icon, Maryam Mursal with an original score by Nitin Sawhney and featuring Quiet by Milck.


Based on the testimony of global FGM activist Ifrah Ahmed, the film is written and directed by Mary McGuckian. Fleeing war-torn Somalia in 2006, Ifrah Ahmed is trafficked to Ireland where a traumatic medical examination when seeking asylum reveals the extent of her mutilation as a child. Traumatised by the memory, she channels the experience into a force for change and emerges as a formidable campaigner against Female Genital Mutilation at the highest political echelons.


The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the film’s director Mary McGuckian, and special guests, hosted by internationally renowned social activist and founder of Dahlia project, Leyla Hussein OBE.

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Sunday 2 Feb 202019:30
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BAA Public Choice 1 (15)

British Animation Awards

A chance for the public to vote on their favourite British short animation film and animated music video. The three BAA Public Choice programmes consist of a selection of outstanding short films and music videos from the entries to the British Animation Awards 2020. The short film and music video with the highest overall rating receives the coveted ‘Public Choice Award’ at the BAA ceremony on March 12th 2020 at the BFI South Bank, London.

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Tuesday 4 Feb 202018:30
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Diabolique (12)

Academy at Regent St.


This thriller from Henri Georges Clouzot, which shocked audiences in Europe and the U.S., is the story of two women—the fragile wife and the wilful mistress of the sadistic headmaster of a boys' boarding school—who hatch a daring revenge plot. With its unprecedented narrative twists and terrifying images, Diabolique is a heart-grabbing benchmark in horror filmmaking.

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Sunday 2 Feb 202014:30
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Drive Me Home (15)

CinemaItaliaUK


Antonio and Agostino  are two childhood friends who haven't met in quite a long time. They will be reunited by a long journey across Europe on Agostino's truck, heading back to their hometown. It will be the occasion to confront each other on their own past, the secrets that separated them and the possibility to start from scratch a new friendship.


Vinicio Marchioni (Quanto basta, Romanzo Criminale) and Marco D'Amore (Ciro Di Marzio in the tv series Gomorrah) deliver two "extraordinary performances in this small gem" (CineEuropa) which is a captivating road movie, a funny comedy and an intimate drama at the same time.


Director Simone Catania will attend the Q&A.


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Wednesday 29 Jan 202019:35
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Irish Shorts (12A)

Irish Film London


A selection of short films originated by Irish women, or with Irish female focused themes at their core. Includes the delightfully funny Who’s The Daddy? from director Mary-Sue Masson (the genius behind the Haribo ‘Kid’s Voices’ ads) and producer: Clancie Brennan (Early Days, winner of the Best Irish Short Film at the Irish Film London Awards).


Who's The Daddy?

13.35mins

Who’s the Daddy? is a character driven comedy-drama about the ups and down of motherhood. Rachel, (Kellie Shirley) has a rude introduction to Emma, (Olivia Lee) while in play-ground purgatory. Things soon get much more interesting. It turns out these two mums have far more in common than either of them could have possibly imagined...


This screening is a part of the Brigid’s Day Festival / Lá Fhéile Bríde. This annual celebration of women takes place across the world at various Irish embassies, consulates and other Irish venues. Irish Film London are a partner in the London festival, alongside the Irish Embassy, the Irish Cultural Centre Hammersmith and the Camden London Irish Centre, and as their part in the 2020 festival they centre their focus on a cinematic celebration of women.

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Sunday 2 Feb 202017:00
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Little Women (U)

Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird) directs this new adaptation of the novel by Louisa May Alcott following the lives of four sisters in 19th Century America.


“If this isn't the Little Women you remember, either on page or screen, that's understandable. But it's likely the one you felt, and that's more important” - Time Out.


Oscar Nominations

Best Picture

Saoirse Ronan - Best Actress

Florence Pugh - Best Supporting Actress

Best Adapted Screenplay

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Friday 31 Jan 202018:1520:50
Saturday 1 Feb 202014:3017:1520:00
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Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (PG)

Kids Kino Club

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


Maleficent and her goddaughter Aurora, begin to question the complex family ties that bind them, as they are pulled in different directions by impending nuptials, unexpected allies and new dark forces at play.

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Saturday 1 Feb 202011:30
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Piccadilly (PG)

The Photographers' Gallery

Introduced by Julian Rodriguez, curator of Shot in Soho


Inspired by Shot in Soho at The Photographers’ Gallery, take a closer look at London’s famed neighbourhood in this silent drama featuring famed actor Anna May Wong in an opulent tale of love and betrayal.


"Piccadilly, restored to its original glory, was a genuine revelation to me. It's a bold, beautifully crafted, completely modern picture... One of the truly great films of the silent era." - Martin Scorsese

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Thursday 30 Jan 202019:30
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Sorry We Missed You (15)

The new film from Ken Loach, Paul Laverty and the team behind I, Daniel Blake.

Ricky and his family have been fighting an uphill struggle against debt since the 2008 financial crash. An opportunity to wrestle back some independence appears with a shiny new van and the chance to run a franchise as a self-employed delivery driver. It's hard work, and his wife's job as a carer is no easier. The family unit is strong but when both are pulled in different directions everything comes to breaking point.


★★★★★

“Utterly absorbing”

- The Independent

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Tuesday 4 Feb 202020:50
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The Goodbye Girl (PG)

Matinee Classics

Tickets just £1.75 for the over 55's


A woman and her daughter come home to find that her actor boyfriend has left for an out of town job with no warning subletting the apartment to another actor, who did not know they would be there. A heartwarming classic.

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Wednesday 29 Jan 202012:0015:30