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September 2018

Always Somewhere Else – The Cinema of Angela Schanelec in Dialogue

Thu 13 September - Tue 25 September
Goethe-Institut London, 50 Princes Gate, Exhibition Road
London, SW7 2PH United Kingdom
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£3

This first comprehensive retrospective in the UK dedicated to Angela Schanelec proposes a dialogue between the films of the German filmmaker and those by international directors such as Chantal Akerman, Edward Yang, Joanna Hogg, or Claire Denis. Considered to be part of the so-called Berlin School, which emerged in the 1990s, with colleagues such as Christian Petzold and teachers like Harun Farocki, Angela Schanelec (b. 1962) has subtly maintained a strong position towards neoliberal life in contemporary Europe. She poses…

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Women Over 50 Film Festival 2018

Sun 23 September
Depot cinema, Pinwell Road
Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2JS United Kingdom
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£4 – £8

As #MeToo and #TimesUp shine a light on the film industry's dark side, Women Over 50 Film Festival fights back with short films that amuse, astound and agitate, celebrating the work of older women on both sides of the camera. WOFFF18 presents 2 feature films, over 50 short films, an all-female panel event and a weekend of workshops, talks and networking events to enlighten, encourage and excite. Programme 5 – 11.00 A selection of international, short films (drama, documentary, animation…

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BEING THERE

Sun 23 September @ 8:45 pm - 10:59 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£8.50

Simple-minded Chance (Peter Sellers), a gardener who has resided in the Washington, D.C., townhouse of his wealthy employer for his entire life and been educated only by television, is forced to vacate his home when his boss dies. While wandering the streets, he encounters business mogul Ben Rand (Melvyn Douglas), who assumes Chance to be a fellow upper-class gentleman. Soon Chance is ushered into high society, and his unaffected gardening wisdom makes him the talk of the town.

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The Battle of Algiers

Mon 24 September @ 6:15 pm - 8:15 pm
Eden Court Theatre, Eden Court Theatre, Bishops Rd, Inverness, IV3 5SA
Inverness, IV3 5SA United Kingdom
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£6

Gillo Pontecorvo’s stunning 1966 recreation of the closing years of French colonial rule in Algeria takes the perspective of both the guerilla revolutionaries and the French authorities. One of the finest war films ever made, this explosive masterpiece remains essential big screen viewing. https://youtu.be/vhhoS3zOskE

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Liverpool Pride@ThePictures

Mon 24 September @ 6:30 pm
Picturehouse at FACT, 88 Wood St
Liverpool, Merseyside L14DQ United Kingdom
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£5.50 – £7.50

Liverpool Pride presents September's film as part of Scalarama. We screen the very best in LGBT+ cinema from around the world, and we promise a night of excellent cine, with a feature and a short. Signature Move (cert TBC) 82 minutes Monday 24 September 6.30pm Director: Jennifer Reeder Writers: Fawzia Mirza, Lisa Donato Cast: FAWZIA MIRZA, SHABANA AZMI, SARI SANCHEZ, AUDREY FRANCIS, CHARIN ALVAREZ, MARK HOOD, MOLLY BRENNAN SIGNATURE MOVE is a funny, heartfelt look at modern families and the complexities of…

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Vagabond

Mon 24 September @ 6:30 pm - Tue 25 September @ 8:30 pm
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One event on Mon 24th September 2018 at 6:30pm

The Ultimate Picture Palace, Jeune St, Cowley Road
Oxford, OX4 1BN United Kingdom
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£8 – £9.50

Classic screening of Agnes Varda's 1985 film Vagabond. Sandrine Bonnaire won a Best Actress César for her portrayal as Mona - a young and defiant drifter in this tragic story. Varda paints a vivid portrait of an enigmatic woman, told through flashbacks and using a mostly non-professional cast.

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White God

Mon 24 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Next To Nowhere, 96 Bold Street
Liverpool, Merseyside L1 4HY United Kingdom
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Free

When thirteen-year-old Lili has to move in with her father in Budapest, she brings her beloved dog along with her. After a neighbour reports Hagen to animal control, her father abandons him on the street to fend for himself. Hagen not only survives the horror of abandonment, dog fights and starvation, but rouses an angry army of mongrels out to exact revenge. Owing less to contemporary Hollywood films than to silent-era melodramas, this is purely cinematic storytelling. A cross between…

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Video Bacchanal: HOLD ME, THRILL ME, KISS ME, QUIZ ME

Mon 24 September @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Old Hairdressers, 20 - 28 Renfield Lane
Glasgow, G2 6PH United Kingdom
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Free

Yes, that’s correct, fellow freeks! It’s the second annual channel hopping, toenail popping, scanline worshipping Video Namaste Bacchanal!! Last year’s was a dive into the weird cinema world of the 90’s, this year we’re turning ourselves into a pseudo quiz show multimedia cinema-paraphenalia hellparty!! 1st Prize is a signed Hawk from the set of Hudson Hawk, 2nd Prize is Alec Baldwin’s hair gel, 3rd Prize is a set of steak knives.

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Fictions of Every Kind: At the Movies

Mon 24 September @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Wharf Chambers, Ground Floor, 23 - 25 Wharf Street
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS2 7EQ United Kingdom
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£3

Fictions of Every Kind is Leeds' longest running literary social. We aim to support anybody engaged in the lonely act of writing. Anybody is welcome at Fictions! This month, as part of Scalarama Leeds, we present Fictions of Every Kind: At the Movies. Bring your cinema-themed or screen-inspired stories to our writers open mic for your 5 minutes of fame (and yes, the five minutes is strictly enforced with our friendly bell). True stories, scripts, flash fiction, short fiction and…

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Screen Seven Dunkirk

Mon 24 September @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Seven Arts Centre, 31a Harrogate Road
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS7 3PD United Kingdom
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£6

Acclaimed auteur Christopher Nolan directs this World War II thriller about the evacuation of Allied troops from the French city of Dunkirk before Nazi forces can take hold. In May 1940, Germany advanced into France, trapping Allied troops on the beaches of Dunkirk. Under air and ground cover from British and French forces, troops were slowly and methodically evacuated from the beach using every serviceable naval and civilian vessel that could be found. At the end of this heroic mission,…

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The Heiresses (Las herederas)

Mon 24 September @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Saffron Walden Town Hall, Market Place
Saffron Walden, Essex CB10 1HR United Kingdom
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£4.50 – £65

This award-winning drama follows Chela and Chiquita, long-term partners who, although descended from wealthy families in Asunción, have fallen on hard times. When Chiquita is sent to prison for fraud, the more reclusive Chela is forced to cope on her own and finds herself engaging with the world anew. A richly resonant character study and a commentary on Paraguayan class structure, beautifully portrayed by its impressive cast.

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Turkish Star Wars (12A)

Mon 24 September @ 8:15 pm - 10:30 pm
Connaught Cinema, Worthing, Union Place
Worthing, W. Sussex BN11 11LG United Kingdom
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Free

Two space cadets crash-land on a desert planet, where an evil wizard seeks the ultimate power to take over the world. Although the movie borrows some background footage from Star Wars, the plot is mostly unrelated. https://vimeo.com/283467024

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SATOSHI KON’S PAPRIKA

Mon 24 September @ 8:40 pm - 10:40 pm
Savoy Cinema, 233 Derby Road
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG7 1QN United Kingdom
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£4.85 – £6.60

A group of brilliant scientists have developed a form of psychotherapy with the invention of a machine which enables a person to enter another’s dreams. When the device is stolen by a "dream terrorist," it is up to Atsuko Chiba, a scientist under the code name Paprika, to track down the apparatus and save the world from madness. Director Satoshi Kon's fourth and final feature before his untimely death in 2010, Paprika is a riotous explosion of creativity and a…

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STOP! OR MY MOM WILL SHOOT [35mm] • presented by The Good Bad Movie Club

Mon 24 September @ 9:00 pm - 10:44 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£10

Smarting from a romantic breakup, macho police Sgt. Joe Bomowski (Sylvester Stallone) gets a cross-country visit from his mother, Tutti (Estelle Getty). Her misguided efforts to help only fray his nerves, but that doesn't stop her from nagging Joe to be more open about his feelings toward his ex-girlfriend and current boss, Lt. Gwen Harper (JoBeth Williams). When Tutti witnesses a brutal multiple murder, she takes her meddling to the extreme by tagging along to help her son solve the…

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UPRISING: Sin Bin of the City & Whose Streets?

Tue 25 September @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Kuumba Imani Millenium Centre, 4 Princes Road
Liverpool, L8 1TH United Kingdom
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£4 – £5

Scalarama Liverpool, a month-long film season across Merseyside, marks 50 years since 1968 to see what impact that revolutionary year had on the world and what can we learn from the past to deal with the current state of affairs. As part of our BLACK POWER strand of this programme, we host an event in Liverpool 8 looking at black activism past and present. Starting with short film SIN BIN OF THE CITY made by local filmmaker James Arthur Armstrong…

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SHAKES THE CLOWN

Tue 25 September @ 6:25 pm - 7:57 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£8.50

Dueling gangs of clowns are pitted against each other in this outrageously funny comedy written by, directed by, and starring Bobcat Goldthwait. Julie Brown co-stars as the hard-working waitress who stands by her clown. Bobcat stars as Shakes, an amiable, alcoholic bozo from Palukaville, USA. But after one particularly wild night, Shakes wakes to find he's been framed for murder. The hilarious suspects include a pack of rude rodeo clowns, a gang of mimes, and an ambitious party clown with…

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Eatfilm presents Clueless

Tue 25 September @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Sloans, The Argyll Arcade, 108 Argyle Street
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G2 8BG United Kingdom
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£7.5

Shallow, rich and socially successful Cher (Alicia Silverstone) is at the top of her Beverly Hills high school's pecking scale. Seeing herself as a matchmaker, Cher first coaxes two teachers into dating each other. Emboldened by her success, she decides to give hopelessly klutzy new student Tai (Brittany Murphy) a makeover. When Tai becomes more popular than she is, Cher realises that her disapproving ex-stepbrother (Paul Rudd) was right about how misguided she was - and falls for him. Macaroni…

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Women’s Animation From Near And Far

Tue 25 September @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Hyde Park Picture House Leeds, 73 Brudenell Road
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS6 1JD United Kingdom
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£5.50 – £7.80

This 90-minute programme, presented by Leeds Animation Workshop, will include the premiere of a new short film made at the Workshop, as well as a couple of old and new favourites from the local women’s collective, set up 40 years ago.  Also showing: a selection of films by women animators from the UK, and around the world - including films  by indigenous artists, and emerging animators, never before seen in this country. Featured are powerful works about First Nation heritage by Inuit…

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Pink Flamingos

Tue 25 September @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Genesis Cinema, 93-95 Mile End Road
London, London E1 4UJ United Kingdom
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£5

Screening the best of cult cinema ​Film preceded by an introduction and followed by a discussion group over a drink ​Venue: Genesis Cinema, 93-95 Mile End Road, London E1 4UJ Date: Tuesday 25 September Time: Film starts 6.30pm (Box office and bar open at: 6.00pm)​ ​Duration: 93 minutes ​Certificate: 18 ​£5 Year: 1972 Director: John Waters Cast: Divine, David Lochary, Mary Vician Pearce, Mink Stole, Edith Massey Synopsis: Notorious Baltimore criminal and underground figure Divine goes up against a sleazy married couple who make a…

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The Bromley Boys + Q&A with Brenock O’Connor

Tue 25 September @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cinema Saltdean, St Nicholas Hall, Saltdean Vale
Brighton, East Sussex BN2 8HA United Kingdom
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£5.50

1970: England is preparing for the defence of the World Cup. Bromley FC had seen better days: playing and crowd support are embarrassingly poor. David, nevertheless, is a big fan; he longs to be in the inner sanctum of his beloved club. Teams opposing Bromley lose count of the number of goals conceded. Gambler-Manager McQueen is thought to be considering selling the club's ‘star’ player to save the enterprise. Chinese whispers abound. Our hero, David is a big fan of…

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The Fresh Prince of Bel Air – Quiz

Tue 25 September @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
£10

Now...this is a story all about how, we flipped your Thursday night upside down! Join We Are Parable on Thursday 27th September as we unlace our Air Jordans, turn our caps to the back and celebrate the brilliance that is The Fresh Prince of Bel Air with our exclusive quiz! We'll test your knowledge on one of the greatest sitcoms of all time, as well as provide some amazing prizes for those who are fresher than the rest! There will…

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Vagabond

Tue 25 September @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
David Lean Cinema, Croydon Clocktower, Katharine Street,
Croydon, Surrey, CR9 1ET United Kingdom
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£8.50

Bonnaire won a Best Actress César for her portrayal of Mona - a young and defiant drifter in this tragic story. Using a largely non-professional cast, Agnès Varda’s splintered portrait of the enigmatic woman is told through flashbacks of those who encounter her. Varda, now 90, and still working, is one of the few remaining members of the French New Wave, and this is "one of her greatest films: enigmatic, possessed of a cool artistry in its structural asymmetries and…

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WELCOME PRESENTS IN COLLABORATION WITH SCCC – FIRE IN BABYLON

Wed 26 September @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Amnesty International UK 25 New Inn Yard London EC2A 3EA, Amnesty International UK
London, LONDON EC2A 3EA United Kingdom
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£19.50 – £25

Surrey County Cricket Club and Welcome Presents: FIRE IN BABYLON Fire In Babylon is the breath-taking story of how West Indies cricketers triumphed over its colonial masters through the achievements of one of the most gifted teams in sporting history. Their undisputed skill, combined with a fearless spirit, allowed them to dominate the genteel game at the highest level, replaying it on their own terms. This is their story, told in their own words. Rotten Tomatoes 91% This month’s welcome kitchen supper club…

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Lek and the Dogs – Director Q&A

Wed 26 September @ 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm
The Ultimate Picture Palace, Jeune St, Cowley Road
Oxford, OX4 1BN United Kingdom
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£8 – £9.50

One-off screening of Lek and the Dogs followed by a Q&A with the director, Andrew Kötting. Andrew Kötting's spellbinding film is inspired by the true story of Ivan Mishukov, who walked out of his apartment at the age of four and spent two years living on the city streets where a pack of wild dogs adopted him. A ground-breaking crossover between narrative film and contemporary art piece, based on the award-winning play by Hattie Naylor.

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KILL BILL : VOL 1 & 2 [35mm] • Double Feature

Wed 26 September @ 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£15

KILL BILL: VOL 1 : A former assassin, known simply as The Bride (Uma Thurman), wakes from a coma four years after her jealous ex-lover Bill (David Carradine) attempts to murder her on her wedding day. Fueled by an insatiable desire for revenge, she vows to get even with every person who contributed to the loss of her unborn child, her entire wedding party, and four years of her life. After devising a hit list, The Bride sets off on…

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Scala Cinema Book Launch Party

Wed 26 September @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Scala Music Venue Kings Cross London, N1 9 United Kingdom

It was the legendary cinema that banned Shane McGowan for his exploits during an All-Nighter, fought the ‘Video Nasties’ bill and was prosecuted for showing A Clockwork Orange… 25 years later the Scala Cinema is back for one night only to launch a new book featuring the complete collection of its iconic monthly programmes from 1978-1993. Author and former Scala programmer Jane Giles reveals the highs, lows, thrills and spills of this notorious and influential rep cinema, whose audience then…

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Taggart ’83

Wed 26 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Seamore Community Cinema, 304 Maryhill Road
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G20 7YE United Kingdom
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£5

Celebrate 35 years of Glasgow’s toughest ‘tec with a screening of Taggart’s pilot episode. In September 1983, Glenn Chandler’s ‘Killer’ introduced viewers to grizzled Maryhill detective DCI Jim Taggart (Mark McManus) and his sidekick, DS Peter Livingstone (Alastair Duncan), as they investigate the murder of a number of young women. Suspects include a young Gerard Kelly in an early role. Taggart returned for a full series in 1985, with the character appearing in another 30 stories before McManus’ death in…

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Goethe-Kino: Paris, Texas

Wed 26 September @ 7:00 pm
Goethe-Institut London, 50 Princes Gate, Exhibition Road
London, SW7 2PH United Kingdom
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£3

With its iconic images of the American desert and neon-lit cities, Ry Cooder’s sparse slide guitar score, and Harry Dean Stanton’s haggard figure, Wim Wender’s Palme d’Or winning road movie about a man searching for his family and lost past has become a modern classic. West Germany/France 1983/1984, 148 mins Director: Wim Wenders  

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La Belle Saison (Summertime)

Wed 26 September @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Brunswick, 82 North St
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS2 7PN United Kingdom
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Free

As part of Women Directors Awareness Month, we're bringing Catherine Corsini’s latest – and best – film, La Belle Saison (Summertime) to Leeds. Just arrived in Paris, country girl Delphine is swept up by a group of radical feminists led by a charismatic teacher, Carole. Delphine’s political beliefs soon merge with her personal desires as she becomes fascinated by Carole, and the two find themselves struggling for a more private cause. Join us to watch this engaging celebration of ‘la…

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The People’s Film Club presents: CAMERAPERSON

Wed 26 September @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
The Institute of Light, Arch 376, 10 Helmsley Place
London, E8 3SB United Kingdom
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£7.50 – £9.50

Join us on the 26th of September — it’s our final night at The Institute of Light, and things are getting suitably meta. The People’s Film Club will be bringing you an exploration into the very nature of film. How much does authorship alter the nature of documentary film? Do documentaries encompass their own form of fiction? To what extent are all films merely the stories of the unseen cameraperson? As part of Scarlarama 2018, we will be screening Kirsten…

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La Belle et la Bête

Wed 26 September @ 8:00 pm
Depot cinema, Pinwell Road
Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2JS United Kingdom
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£4 – £8

More beautiful than ever in a new 4K digital restoration, Jean Cocteau’s spellbinding, sensuous and poetic masterpiece was recently described by Guillermo del Toro as ‘the most perfect cinematic fable ever told’. A hapless merchant, lost in a dark forest, seeks refuge in the castle of a hideous monster who threatens to kill him unless one of his three daughters will agree to take his place. But when Beauty appears, the Beast falls madly in love with her. Hauntingly portrayed…

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Atypical: ARCADIA

Wed 26 September @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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One event on Thu 27th September 2018 at 6:15pm

Phoenix Leicester, 4 Midland Street
Leicester, Leicestershire LE1 1TG United Kingdom
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£6 – £9

Scouring 100 years of archive footage, BAFTA-winner Paul Wright constructs an exhilarating study of the British people’s shifting — and contradictory — relationship to the land. The film goes on a sensory, visceral journey through the contrasting seasons, taking in folk carnivals and fetes, masked parades, water divining and harvesting. Set to a grand, expressive new score from Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Will Gregory (Goldfrapp) alongside folk music from the likes of Anne Briggs, Wright’s captivating film essay captures the beauty and brutality, and…

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Liverpool Horror Club & LJMU Screen School present NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD [1968]

Thu 27 September @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
LJMU Screen School, Redmonds Building, Brownlow Hill,
Liverpool, Merseyside L3 5UG United Kingdom
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£6

50 years ago, Romero's classic movie was released which changed the landscape of modern horror cinema.  Accompanying the movie, we will have a live score from local musicians to add layers of depth atop the existing soundtrack. There will also be a poster exhibition, featuring work created by local artists especially for this Night of the Living Dead screening. 

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Skate Kitchen

Thu 27 September @ 6:00 pm - Sun 30 September @ 10:00 pm
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Depot cinema, Pinwell Road
Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2JS United Kingdom
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£4 – £9

The first narrative feature from The Wolfpack director Crystal Moselle, Camille, an introverted teenage skateboarder from Long Island, meets and befriends an all-girl, New York City-based skateboarding crew called Skate Kitchen. She falls in with the in-crowd, has a falling-out with her mother, and falls for a mysterious skateboarder guy (Jaden Smith), but a relationship with him proves to be trickier to navigate than a kick flip. Writer/director Crystal Moselle immersed herself in the lives of the skater girls and…

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Atypical: ARCADIA

Thu 27 September @ 6:15 pm - 7:45 pm
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One event on Thu 27th September 2018 at 6:15pm

Phoenix Leicester, 4 Midland Street
Leicester, Leicestershire LE1 1TG United Kingdom
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£6 – £9

Scouring 100 years of archive footage, BAFTA-winner Paul Wright constructs an exhilarating study of the British people’s shifting — and contradictory — relationship to the land. The film goes on a sensory, visceral journey through the contrasting seasons, taking in folk carnivals and fetes, masked parades, water divining and harvesting. Set to a grand, expressive new score from Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Will Gregory (Goldfrapp) alongside folk music from the likes of Anne Briggs, Wright’s captivating film essay captures the beauty and brutality, and…

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Reel Merseyside // A Peoples History Of Liverpool

Thu 27 September @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Drop The Dumbulls, 2 Dublin St
Liverpool , L3 7DT United Kingdom
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Free

A selection of archive footage of Liverpool, a discussion and collective learning about parts of the city's history with a panel of knowledgeable folks (TBA), and as always, some great food. Free - Donation for scran.

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THIRTEEN [35mm] • 15th Anniversary

Thu 27 September @ 6:40 pm - 8:30 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£8.50

Honor student Tracy Freeland (Evan Rachel Wood) has a troubling home life, but she is close to her mother, Melanie (Holly Hunter). While trying to conceal her inner turmoil by excelling academically, she befriends the calculating Evie (Nikki Reed), her school's queen bee. Evie talks Tracy into experimenting with drugs, exploring her sexuality and pickpocketing strangers to finance shopping sprees -- but before long, Melanie realizes she must step in and stop her daughter's destructive lifestyle.

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Herbert’s Hippopotamus: Marcuse and Revolution in Paradise

Thu 27 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Caledonia, 22 Caledonia Street
Liverpool, L7 7DX
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Liverpool Left Film Club presents two films:   Herbert’s Hippopotamus: Marcuse and Revolution in Paradise. Dir. Paul Juutilainen (1996) Documentary film about Herbert Marcuse at the University of California, San Diego, featuring Angela Davies.   Liberation from the Affluent Society (8 mins). Footage of Herbert Marcuse speaking at the Congress on the Dialectics of Liberation, London 1967.

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West Sussex Coast

Thu 27 September @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Asteroid, Riverbank
Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5YH United Kingdom
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Free

Join us on board our Houseboat home in Shoreham to watch this short magical compilation of archive film footage from around the West Sussex coast from the 1920's to 1960's including extracts from Littlehampton, Bognor and Shoreham. See families on the beach and on boats, donkey rides and the launch of a Lifeboat as well as other lovely archive gems. Courtesy of Screen Archive South East.

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Images of Apartheid + Q&A

Thu 27 September @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Kinning Park Complex, 43 Cornwall Street
Glasgow, G411BA United Kingdom
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Free

Images of Apartheid: Filmmaking on the Fringe in the Old South Africa (Calum Waddell, 2018) Matchbox Cineclub and Africa in Motion (AiM) film festival present the untold story of the B Movies that flourished under the brutal regime of race-segregation and political persecution. From the maker of 42nd Street Memories and American Grindhouse, Images of Apartheid uncovers the likes of Joe Bullet (1973), Fishy Stones (1979) and Umbango (1986), blaxploitation productions devised as entertainment for African natives forced into dilapidated townships. Producer/editor/cinematographer Naomi…

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birth; life; death; reflection. (J0835-4510)

Thu 27 September @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Left Bank Leeds, Cardigan Road
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS6 1LJ United Kingdom
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£4 – £5

a live audio/visual reimagining of vivaldi's four seasons. more details : https://www.facebook.com/events/647078432335718/

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Bristol Bad Film Club presents… SAMURAI COP – Coventry

Thu 27 September @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:30pm, repeating until Fri 28th September 2018

Empire Coventry, 150 Far Gosford Street
Coventry, CV1 5DU United Kingdom
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£6 – £10

Bristol Bad Film Club is going on the road… and we’re bringing Samurai Cop to Coventry!  Imagine a low-budget version of Lethal Weapon where Mel Gibson spends most of his time being racist to the Japanese, attempts to sleep with anything that moves and walks around in his pants a lot. That’s Samurai Cop, but there is so much more to this cult film than that… Described as “both the best and the worst action film ever”, Samurai Cop is an unintentionally…

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East London All-Night film festival (Elanfest)

Fri 28 September - Sun 30 September
Genesis Cinema, 93-95 Mile End Road
London, London E1 4UJ United Kingdom
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£7.50 – £56

As a finale to Scalarama 2018 in London, Genesis Whitechapel and Elanfest are proud to present a weekend of non-stop exploding cinema. 18 fantastic films - many of which may be new to you - in the tradition of midnight movies and the Scala’s legendary all-nighters, selected for you by the films fans’ film fans:  Kim Newman, Edgar Wright and Julia Marchese. There'll be a Q+A on Friday with Kim and our special guest curator from the USA, Julia. Rather…

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Skate Kitchen

Fri 28 September @ 6:00 pm - Mon 1 October @ 10:00 pm
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Depot cinema, Pinwell Road
Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2JS United Kingdom
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£4 – £9

The first narrative feature from The Wolfpack director Crystal Moselle, Camille, an introverted teenage skateboarder from Long Island, meets and befriends an all-girl, New York City-based skateboarding crew called Skate Kitchen. She falls in with the in-crowd, has a falling-out with her mother, and falls for a mysterious skateboarder guy (Jaden Smith), but a relationship with him proves to be trickier to navigate than a kick flip. Writer/director Crystal Moselle immersed herself in the lives of the skater girls and…

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The Venus Collective: The Virgin Suicides

Fri 28 September @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Metal at Edge Hill Station, Tunnel Road
Liverpool, Merseyside L7 6ND United Kingdom
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£6 – £8

The Venus Collective is a queer feminist group of creatives who aim to make the politics of feminism more accessible through popular culture. As part of our screening series Screen Queens, which celebrates female directors, we will be showing 'The Virgin Suicides' by Sofia Coppola, with a special guest speaker.   On the surface, the Lisbons appear to be a healthy, successful 1970s family living in a middle-class Michigan suburb. Mr. Libson is a math teacher, his wife is a rigid…

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Creature Feature! Godzilla 1985

Fri 28 September @ 7:00 pm
Toxteth TV, 37-45 Windsor St
Liverpool, L8 1XE United Kingdom
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£8 – £10

Join VideOdyssey as we press play on our VCR and head on a voyage to desolate Tokyo in 1956. Laid to ruins by the rampaging Godzilla.

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Reel Merseyside // Local Shorts 3

Fri 28 September @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Drop The Dumbulls, 2 Dublin St
Liverpool , L3 7DT United Kingdom
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Free

An evening of short films made by people in/around/from/on/beneath Merseyside. This is our third night of local shorts and we have some great films made by some wonderful people to show you, so we hope you can join us. The event is free and there will be food available for donation.

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Battleship Potemkin (1925)

Fri 28 September @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
No6 Cinema, Boathouse 6, Historic Dockyard, College Rd, Portsmouth
Portsmouth, PO1 3LJ United Kingdom
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£5 – £10

“Even now I feel again the emotion it aroused in all of us. When we left the theatre, we started erecting barricades ourselves. The police had to intervene before we would stop.” Luis Buñuel, My Last Sigh, 1982 Declared the greatest film of all time at the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair and one of only two films to have appeared on all of Sight & Sound’s critics’ polls (1952–2002), Sergei Eisentein's Battleship Potemkin has also been widely censored, as much…

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Behind the Screen: Writing and Publishing on Cult and Marginalised Cinema

Fri 28 September @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Horse Hospital, Colonnade, Bloomsbury
London, WC1N 1JD United Kingdom
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£8 – £10

Books and specialist magazines were once the only signposts to cinema’s lesser explored, wilder and off-limits vistas, driving film fans to dream about and drool over all manner of films that they hoped and prayed that they might somehow, someday, see – but often never could. Things are different now, with rare titles increasingly becoming available in beautiful Blu-ray editions and online viewing platforms and film clubs offering-up a veritablesmorgasbord of delectations. These days, cinema’s wilder, more edgy fringe zones…

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A Good Year (BYOB)

Fri 28 September @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Muir Hub, The Muir Hub, Great North Road, Muir of Ord
Muir of Ord, Highland IV6 7SU United Kingdom
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£6.50

Bring a bottle of your favourite wine and enjoy this feel good rom-com from director Ridley Scott. Russell Crowe stars as an investment broker whose life is changed when he inherits his uncle’s vineyard in Provence. https://youtu.be/pebd1DN8nok

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Open Mic Night: Scalarama Special

Fri 28 September @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Chapel FM Arts Centre, Old Seacroft Chapel, York Road
Leeds, LS14 6JB United Kingdom
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Donations welcome

For one month only in September we are teaming up with the Scalarama film festival in Leeds and are asking people to out a bit of a film-twist on their performances—film music, dialogue, comedy…that kind of thing. And yes we can screen short films too…have fun! “What a brilliant, brilliant place to perform in.” In the last 12 months 1,255 musicians and 485 writers have performed live in the beautiful Chapel FM Radio Theatre. Every Friday night we hold a…

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Bristol Bad Film Club presents… SAMURAI COP – Coventry

Fri 28 September @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:30pm, repeating until Fri 28th September 2018

Empire Coventry, 150 Far Gosford Street
Coventry, CV1 5DU United Kingdom
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£6 – £10

Bristol Bad Film Club is going on the road… and we’re bringing Samurai Cop to Coventry!  Imagine a low-budget version of Lethal Weapon where Mel Gibson spends most of his time being racist to the Japanese, attempts to sleep with anything that moves and walks around in his pants a lot. That’s Samurai Cop, but there is so much more to this cult film than that… Described as “both the best and the worst action film ever”, Samurai Cop is an unintentionally…

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Hellfire Video Club and Bristol Bad Film Club presents DÜNYAYI KURTARAN ADAM aka THE MAN WHO SAVES THE WORLD (aka TURKISH STAR WARS)

Fri 28 September @ 8:00 pm
Cube Cinema, Dove Street South
Bristol, BS2 8JD United Kingdom
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Free

For Scalarama, Hellfire video Club is joining forces with Bristol Bad Film Club to bring back this now legendary slice of world-wide-weirdness! Originally screened back in November 2012, Dünyayi Kurtaran Adam (The Man Who Saved the World) aka TURKISH STAR WARS is an outright classic of wonky re-appropriation, hailing from an era when the Turkish film industry was regularly chucking out their own cheapo remakes/rip-offs of popular Hollywood hits, with this infamous gem hitting top-score on the insane-o-meter! This is truly the “holy…

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The Dark Hedges Movie Club: The Haunting (1963)

Fri 28 September @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
the beanbag cinema, 5 Exchange Place
Belfast, Antrim BT1 2NA
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£6

BanterFlix's Dark Hedges Movie Club will be screening The Haunting on Friday 28 September at the Beanbag Cinema in Belfast.  Don’t worry ‘Big Liam’and Catherine Zeta-Jones aren't anywhere to be seen in this version. We aren’t screening  Jan de Bont terrible 1999 version, but, but Robert Wise’s atmospheric original. Adapted from Shirley Jackson’s novel The Haunting of Hill House, the film depicts the experiences of a small group of people invited by a paranormal investigator to investigate a purportedly haunted house.

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Rosemary’s Baby

Fri 28 September @ 8:15 pm
Connaught Cinema, Worthing, Union Place
Worthing, W. Sussex BN11 11LG United Kingdom
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£6 – £7

The original 1968 classic as part of the Scalarama Season. Joining the Scalarama season during September with a season of cult and iconic movies. This year focusing on the Spirit of 1968. A young couple moves in to an apartment only to be surrounded by peculiar neighbors and occurrences. When the wife becomes mysteriously pregnant, paranoia over the safety of her unborn child begins to control her life.

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FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF

Fri 28 September @ 9:00 pm - 10:53 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£10

Ferris Bueller is a clever and tricky fast talker, a legend in his own time. He decides to call out sick from school, feigning illness, to embark on a wild adventure involving his girlfriend, Sloane Peterson, his best friend Cameron Frye, and a Ferrari. From Wrigley Field to the Art Institute of Chicago to a Polish Pride parade, Bueller and friends intend on making the most of their day off. However, Ferris' sister and the school dean, Ed Rooney, suspect…

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Blueprint: Theorem

Sat 29 September @ 11:00 am - Sun 30 September @ 10:00 pm
CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD United Kingdom
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Free

Blueprint – Scottish Independent Cinema is dedicated to supporting independent Scottish film. Its previous programmes have included BAFTA Scotland, Iris Prize and Oscar winning filmmakers. This September it presents Blueprint: Theorem; a free, pop up festival celebrating Scotland's truly independent cinema. Independent cinema is Scotland's screen success story and there is an ever growing number of gallus filmmakers who let nothing stand in the way of their ambitions. For one weekend a selection of these DIY feature films, representing the…

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Reel Tours: Liverpool Film Location Walking Tour

Sat 29 September @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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Tours occur every Saturday & Sunday in September except Sat 22nd & Sun 23rd
Williamson Square, outside Playhouse Theatre ( meeting point), Williamson Square
Liverpool, L1 1EL United Kingdom
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£15.00

Reel Tours is a cinematic adventure through the streets of Liverpool. Join us as we explore the city's relationship with the silver screen, which dates from the latter days of the 19th Century right up to some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters of recent years. We provide a walking tour, in which you will visit many prominent film locations that have made the city so synonymous with moviegoers worldwide. It's time for an awfully big adventure!

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Little Adventurers Cinema Club Workshop

Sat 29 September @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Frederiks, 32 Hope Street
Liverpool, L1 9BX United Kingdom
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An exciting and fun creative workshop for children. Sign up to run a cinema from the inside: make posters, trailers, props and more

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Relating Narratives: It Takes A Million Years to be a Woman (2011) + Three Lives (1971)

Sat 29 September @ 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm
The Horse Hospital, Colonnade, Bloomsbury
London, WC1N 1JD United Kingdom
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£5

It Takes A Million Years to be a Woman – Sisters of Jam (2011, 36 minutes) Three Lives –  Kate Millett (1971, 70 minutes)   It Takes A Million Years to be a Woman – Sisters of Jam (2011, 36 minutes) Directed by feminist collective Sister of Jam It Takes A Million Years to be a Woman is a layered portrait of feminist activist, writer and artist Kate Millett at the feminist art colony she founded in 1978 in Poughkeepsie…

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Zeebrugge (1924)

Sat 29 September @ 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm
No6 Cinema, Boathouse 6, Historic Dockyard, College Rd, Portsmouth
Portsmouth, PO1 3LJ United Kingdom
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£5 – £10

April 23rd 1918 saw one of the most daring and heroic raids of the First World War with the British Royal Navy attempting to block the Belgian port of Bruges-Zeebrugge, a key U-boat and light shipping base for the Imperial German Navy. Based on the raid, Woolfe and Bramble’s much forgotten gem is a film that recreates the famous heroic attack at Zeebrugge with a mixture of drama and authentic First World War film material including captured German film as…

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THE BIG LEBOWSKI • 20th Anniversary

Sat 29 September @ 5:45 pm - 7:52 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£12

In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of THE BIG LEBOWSKI, on the night we will be selling White Russians—"the Dude's" drink of choice—at the bar! Be sure to pick one up before you go in the screen! Park Circus is delighted to announce that they will be re-releasing the Coen brothers’ cult classic hit The Big Lebowski (1998) to celebrate its 20th Anniversary. Directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, this hilariously twisted comedy-thriller stars Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve…

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Radical Home Cinema -Secret Screening

Sat 29 September @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Secret Venue, Meeting at Kelvinbridge Subway Station at 5.45pm
Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Free

Cinema Up Collective presents: This special secret screening to watch a film exploring the relationships father-daughter. About the film: a comedy approach to the space for our relatives on our busy lifestyle. When a father feels like he is not having enough space in his daughter life finds his space by pretending being her CEO’s life coach. From frustration to personal development, the daughter’s journey is full of fun and tender moments. Located in Bucharest, Romania German/English Subtitles    

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Skate Kitchen

Sat 29 September @ 6:00 pm - Tue 2 October @ 10:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Please note that starting times vary - please check website for updates
Depot cinema, Pinwell Road
Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2JS United Kingdom
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£4 – £9

The first narrative feature from The Wolfpack director Crystal Moselle, Camille, an introverted teenage skateboarder from Long Island, meets and befriends an all-girl, New York City-based skateboarding crew called Skate Kitchen. She falls in with the in-crowd, has a falling-out with her mother, and falls for a mysterious skateboarder guy (Jaden Smith), but a relationship with him proves to be trickier to navigate than a kick flip. Writer/director Crystal Moselle immersed herself in the lives of the skater girls and…

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Relating Narratives: Scuola Senza Fine (1983) + Privilege (1990)

Sat 29 September @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Horse Hospital, Colonnade, Bloomsbury
London, WC1N 1JD United Kingdom
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£5

Scuola Senza Fine –  Adriana Monti (1983, 40 minutes) Privilege – Yvonne Rainer (1990, 103 minutes)   Scuola Senza Fine –  Adriana Monti (1983, 40 minutes) Scuola Senze Fine (School Without End) was directed by Adriana Monti in collaboration with students from the adult education150 Hour Secondary School diploma course with whom she had been working for a year. The 150 Hours Courses were an educational experiment implemented in Italy beginning in 1974, available to factory workers and farmers initially, and…

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Generation Revolution

Sat 29 September @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Gulbenkian, Gulbenkian, University of Kent
Canterbury, CT2 7NB United Kingdom
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£6 – £25

Bittersweet documentary about two London-based groups of black and Asian activists campaigning against police discrimination and gentrification. This film has been programmed by Gulbenkian's youth leadership group ART31 and will be followed by a panel discussion.

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Nelson (1918)

Sat 29 September @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
No6 Cinema, Boathouse 6, Historic Dockyard, College Rd, Portsmouth
Portsmouth, PO1 3LJ United Kingdom
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£5 – £10

Rarely seen since its original release, Maurice Elvey’s masterpiece on the life and career of Admiral Nelson was a major passion project for Britain’s most prolific film director. Written by Alfred Hitchcock’s scriptwriter Eliot Stannard and made with the support of the Admiralty at a time when the Navy needed to recruit. The film transforms Nelson into an action packed hero for the British audiences of World World One, celebrating his heroic status and recreating famous moments in British Naval…

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The General

Sat 29 September @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Hippodrome Cinema, 10 Hope Street
Bo'ness, EH51 0AA United Kingdom
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£11 – £13.50

One of the most revered comedies of the silent era, this film finds hapless Southern railroad engineer Johnny Gray (Buster Keaton) facing off against Union soldiers during the American Civil War. When Johnny's fiancée, Annabelle Lee (Marion Mack), is accidentally taken away while on a train stolen by Northern forces, Gray pursues the soldiers, using various modes of transportation in comic action scenes that highlight Keaton's boundless wit and dexterity. Accompanied by musician, broadcaster, writer and composer Neil Brand. This…

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Sat 29 September @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Oakwood Cinema, 5 Fitzroy Drive
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS8 4AB United Kingdom
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£4 – £5

This was one of the sensations of 2017, and was the closing film of the Leeds International Film Festival. It also won the Oakwood Cinema ‘audience choice’ vote earlier this year! Three Billboards is an unusual film; it deals with murder, revenge, grief and loss, as well as police violence and racism, but it is also darkly comic. It contains some excellent performances, particular the three main protagonists: Frances McDormand as a woman who takes matters into her own hands…

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STEPHEN KING MARATHON

Sat 29 September @ 9:00 pm - Sun 30 September @ 9:40 am
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£20

CARRIE : In this chilling adaptation of Stephen King's horror novel, withdrawn and sensitive teen Carrie White (Sissy Spacek) faces taunting from classmates at school and abuse from her fanatically pious mother (Piper Laurie) at home. When strange occurrences start happening around Carrie, she begins to suspect that she has supernatural powers. Invited to the prom by the empathetic Tommy Ross (William Katt), Carrie tries to let her guard down, but things eventually take a dark and violent turn. THE…

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John Carpenter’s The Thing – LUNA FLIX Outdoor Cinema

Sat 29 September @ 9:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Stanwick Lakes Stanwick, Northants NN9 6GY United Kingdom + Google Map
£10

LUNA FLIX presents the iconic sci-fi/horror masterpiece by famed director John Carpenter. Dare you watch under the stars? HUGE SCREEN in the lakeside amphitheatre. (free parking) Doors from 9.45pm - please don't come earlier as our previous movie is on.  Book on-line only - limited audience size! Click 'TICKETS' link. All Tickets: Adult: £10.00 (non-refundable)PLUS booking service fee FULL SEASON at www.lunaflix.co.uk PLEASE NOTE: FILM COMMENCES Approx 10.15pm - End approx 11.45pm

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THE CAT RETURNS

Sun 30 September @ 1:00 pm - 2:26 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£8.50

High school student Haru (Chizuru Ikewaki) rescues a cat that was about to be run over by a truck and discovers the cat is actually a prince named Lune. Out of gratitude, Lune's father, the Cat King, asks her to marry Lune. Haru is brought to the Cat Kingdom, where she starts to develop feline features. When she is prevented from leaving, the Baron (Yoshihiko Hakamada) and Toto, two statues that have magically been given life, provide assistance in gaining…

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Ben-Hur

Sun 30 September @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Depot cinema, Pinwell Road
Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2JS United Kingdom
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£4 – £9

Record-breaking winner of 11 Oscars, including Best Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actor, and Score, this epic masterpiece stars Charlton Heston ("The Ten Commandments," "Touch of Evil") in the title role of a rebellious Israelite Jew who takes on the Roman Empire during the time of Christ. Featuring one of the most famous action sequences of all time -- the breathtaking chariot race. Directed by Oscar-winner William Wyler.

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Suffragette

Sun 30 September @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Free

Inspired by the true story of the women who inspired the world. Starring Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, and Meryl Streep as Emmeline Pankhurst, SUFFRAGETTE tells the inspirational story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement who risked everything in the fight for equality.

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Suffragette

Sun 30 September @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock
Liverpool, L3 4AQ United Kingdom
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Inspired by the true story of the women who inspired the world, Suffragette tells the inspirational story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement who risked everything in the fight for equality.

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Leeds Palestinian Film Festival: Film + Food Fundraiser

Sun 30 September @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Woodhouse Community Centre, 197 Woodhouse Street
Leeds, LS6 2NY United Kingdom
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£10

Leeds Palestinian Film Festival Fundraiser We need to raise funds for this year's Film Festival in order to pay for some great films and travel expenses for speakers coming from other places. Please come and support us! Along with a tasty Middle eastern buffet we'll be showing one of our favourite Palestinian films, The Wanted 18 a tale of talking cows and Palestinian rebellion. The Wanted 18 recounts the true story of how the Palestinian neighbourhood of Beit Sahour near Bethlehem…

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Tigerland & Phone Booth 35mm Double Feature

Sun 30 September @ 3:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The Cinema Museum, 2 Dugard Way
London, SE11 4TH United Kingdom
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The Celluloid Sorceress brings her look at the career of Joel Schumacher to Scalarama with a thrilling 35mm double feature of arguably his finest films.   Tigerland (2000) September 1971: Bozz (Colin Farrell) is the irreverent could-be leader of a training platoon soon to be sent to a war that was “already lost a long time ago”. Bozz’s rebellious behaviour rubs comrades and superiors up the wrong way in equal measure. His skilful navigation of loopholes in military law, however,…

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National Lottery Cinema Day: Milou in May / Strong Coffee Isn’t That Bad / Black Panther

Sun 30 September @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
VideOdyssey, 37-45 Windsor Street
Liverpool, L8 1XE United Kingdom
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Did you know every time you play The National Lottery you’re supporting British film as well as community projects in your local area? To say THANK YOU Big Adventure Cinema are inviting you to join them and see a film on Lotto at VideOdyssey on Sunday 30th September 2018 to be a part of the National Lottery Cinema Day.  From cinematic classics, modern day masterpieces and new releases there will be something for everyone, all you need is your Lotto ticket…

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SCALA DOUBLE BILL/CURZON ENTHUSIASMS: SCORPIO RISING & PINK NARCISSUS

Sun 30 September @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Curzon Soho, 99 Shaftesbury Ave
London, W1D 5DY United Kingdom
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£16

As this year’s Scalarama screening, Curzon Enthusiasms presents a double-bill close to the heart of the original Scala, which was London’s leading LGBT+ cinema. Rediscovered in 1987, the hazy, sexually charged Pink Narcissus (1971) was a revelation for cinephile audiences. Opulent and gaudy, dazzling in its good and bad taste, this surreal Genet-inspired film is a landmark at the juncture of the gay underground tradition and the gay porno industry. It’s paired here with Kenneth Anger’s short Scorpio Rising (1963), the influential leader of…

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Film Screening: Mimosas

Sun 30 September @ 3:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Old Manor Park Library, 835 Romford Road
London, London E12 5JY United Kingdom
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£7

We're screening Oliver Laxe's 'Mimosas' at the end of September in our first Scalarama screening! Laxe's 'Mimosas' is about an elderly, dying sheikh who travels across the Moroccan Atlas mountains in a caravan. His final wish is to be buried with his loved ones. The sheikh dies before he reaches his destination. Fearful of the mountain, the caravaners that escorted the sheikh refuse to take his body any further. 'Mimosas' follows the story of Saïd and Ahmed, a pair of…

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2001 : A SPACE ODYSSEY • a 70mm presentation • New ‘Unrestored’ Print

Sun 30 September @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£13.50

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, Warner Bros. Pictures present an ‘unrestored’ 70mm print of the director’s groundbreaking science fiction epic! "For the first time since the original release, this 70mm print was struck from new printing elements made from the original camera negative. This is a true photochemical film recreation. There are no digital tricks, remastered effects, or revisionist edits. This is the unrestored film - that recreates the cinematic event that audiences experienced…

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Harlan County USA

Sun 30 September @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Bertha DocHouse, Curzon Bloomsbury, The Brunswick Centre
London, London WC1N United Kingdom
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£7 – £9

If Barbara Kopple had made no other film than this documentary account of the 1974 strike of Kentucky mine workers, arguably one of the finest documentaries ever made in the U.S. and possibly the best on the problems of organised labour, her place in film history would be assured. Her debut feature, Harlan County USA won the Oscar for Best Documentary in 1977. By living with the 180-odd families involved in the strike, Kopple shows the backbreaking burdens of the miners' life in…

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Jacquot de Nantes

Sun 30 September @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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One event on Mon 1st October 2018 at 6:30pm

The Ultimate Picture Palace, Jeune St, Cowley Road
Oxford, OX4 1BN United Kingdom
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£8 – £9.50

Classic screening of Agnes Varda's 1991 film Jacquot de Nantes. The story of a child and his obsession with pursuing his dream to become a filmmaker, from buying his first camera and shooting his first amateur film. Varda's emotional tribute to the career of prestigious French director and her late partner, Jacques Demy.

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Vive le Cinéma at Summerhall – Just To Be Sure screening

Sun 30 September @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Summerhall, 1 Summerhall Pl
Edinburgh, EH9 1PL United Kingdom
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£5 – £7

Discover a delightful avant-goût of the 26th edition of the French Film Festival with exclusive screenings in Summerhall, Edinburgh! On 30 September you will have the opportunity to see Just To Be Sure (Ôtez-moi d'un doute): The question at the heart of the film by writer-director Carine Tardieu is: you can’t choose who your parents are – or can you? Out of the conundrum the director turns in a sharp and funny comedy about two interconnected stories as a widowed…

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Leaning into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy

Sun 30 September @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Saffron Walden Town Hall, Market Place
Saffron Walden, Essex CB10 1HR United Kingdom
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£5.20 – £65

Director Thomas Riedelsheimer re-teams with British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy, the subject of his 2001 documentary Rivers and Tides, to offer a contemplative look at how the self-described ‘land artist’ has progressed in his work since. A meditative record of the artist’s intriguing process in creating his mostly ephemeral projects, this documentary offers a poignant commentary on our relationship with the natural world, filled with startling landscapes, and organic art installations.

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Gangs of New York + Gary Lewis In Person Q&A

Sun 30 September @ 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Flying Duck, 142 Renfield Street
Glasgow, G2 3AU United Kingdom
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£7

GANGS OF NEW YORK (2002)  + Gary Lewis in person Q&A *  Sunday 30th September 2018 - Doors 17:30 *subject to schedule Amsterdam Vallon (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a young Irish immigrant released from prison. He returns to the Five Points seeking revenge against his father's killer, William Cutting (Daniel Day-Lewis), a powerful anti-immigrant gang leader. He knows that revenge can only be attained by infiltrating Cutting's inner circle. Amsterdam's journey becomes a fight for personal survival and to find a…

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Films We Love: Things to Come

Sun 30 September @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Lochgilphead PA31 8NE United Kingdom + Google Map
£3 – £5

In Things to Come Isabelle Huppert plays Nathalie, a philosophy professor navigating life in middle-age with a graceful defiance. Throughout Hansen-Løve’s absorbing film she faces a series of trying experiences including an unwell mother (screen legend Edith Scob), political protests, marital infidelity and career compromises. Nathalie’s is a compelling and authentically told story, as we see her teaching her students to question the notion of truth and undertake a journey that will ultimately see her grapple with the question of…

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Skate Kitchen

Sun 30 September @ 6:00 pm - Wed 3 October @ 10:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Please note that starting times vary - please check website for updates
Depot cinema, Pinwell Road
Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2JS United Kingdom
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£4 – £9

The first narrative feature from The Wolfpack director Crystal Moselle, Camille, an introverted teenage skateboarder from Long Island, meets and befriends an all-girl, New York City-based skateboarding crew called Skate Kitchen. She falls in with the in-crowd, has a falling-out with her mother, and falls for a mysterious skateboarder guy (Jaden Smith), but a relationship with him proves to be trickier to navigate than a kick flip. Writer/director Crystal Moselle immersed herself in the lives of the skater girls and…

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Eros + Massacre

Sun 30 September @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Close-Up, 97 Sclater Street
LONDON, E1 6HR United Kingdom
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£10

“One of the great late works of the Japanese New Wave, Yoshida’s enduring masterpiece offers an epic and extraordinary vision of unconventional desire as a potent yet ultimately untenable mode of political resistance. Confronting a dark moment in modern Japanese history, Eros + Massacre chronicles the final days of prominent feminist Noe Ito – beautifully portrayed by Mariko Okada – and her lover, the firebrand anarchist Sakae Osugu, leading up to their brutal assassination in 1923 by the military authorities. Yoshida brilliantly interweaves his lush evocation of…

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Island by Steven Eastwood plus filmmaker Q&A

Sun 30 September @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar
Dublin 2, Ireland
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Watch the "poetic" and life-affirming film ISLAND by Steven Eastwood at select cinemas across the UK from September. This particular screening is accompanied by a discussion with director Steven Eastwood. Across the water on the island, four individuals experience the year in which their lives will end. Illness progresses, relationships gently shift, and we are witness to rarely seen and intensely private moments. One person shares their acceptance of death, whilst another is surrounded by a community in shock. We…

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MI VIDA LOCA + Director Allison Anders Q&A

Sun 30 September @ 6:45 pm - 8:29 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£13.50

Allison Anders will be on-site for a post-film Q&A. Mousie (Seidy Lopez) and Sad Girl (Angel Aviles) are two Mexican-American gang members in Echo Park, LA, who have been best friends since childhood. Their loyalty to the gang and one another is put to the test when Sad Girl betrays Mousie, by sleeping with her boyfriend. Drugs, murder, and tragedy seek to further re-define the state of their friendship. Allison Anders’s third feature continued her interest in America's southern borderlands…

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Reel Girl Film Club presents Smithereens (1982)

Sun 30 September @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
norton park conference centre, 57 Albion Road
Edinburgh, EH7 5QY United Kingdom
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£5 – £7

Reel Girl Film Club celebrates women behind and in front of the camera,  through an exciting series of screenings - inclusive, friendly and open to all. As part of SCALARAMA 2018 Reel Girl Film Club is proud to present Susan Seidelman’s (Desperately Seeking Susan) electrifying debut, Smithereens (1982). A film about the misadventures of Wren, a self-obsessed young girl from New Jersey who comes to New York City seeking fame within the East Village punk scene. With a lively, raw…

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Free Shorts Screening + Pre-Festival Party w/ emerging DJs!

Sun 30 September @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Nice N Sleazy, 421 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3LG United Kingdom
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World of Film Festival presents a FREE film screening of current international short films followed by music from emerging DJs. The DJs playing after the screening are emerging DJs living in Glasgow. We want to give those artists a chance to play their sets after our screening so people can hang out and chat or have a wee boogie. The events can be attended separately or together. If you’re running late to the screening, don’t worry: We’ll be happy to…

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12 ANGRY MEN [35mm]

Sun 30 September @ 8:45 pm - 10:32 pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place
London, London WC2H 7BY United Kingdom
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£10

Following the closing arguments in a murder trial, the 12 members of the jury must deliberate, with a guilty verdict meaning death for the accused, an inner-city teen. As the dozen men try to reach a unanimous decision while sequestered in a room, one juror (Henry Fonda) casts considerable doubt on elements of the case. Personal issues soon rise to the surface, and conflict threatens to derail the delicate process that will decide one boy's fate.

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October 2018

Jacquot de Nantes

Mon 1 October @ 6:30 pm - Tue 2 October @ 8:30 pm
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The Ultimate Picture Palace, Jeune St, Cowley Road
Oxford, OX4 1BN United Kingdom
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£8 – £9.50

Classic screening of Agnes Varda's 1991 film Jacquot de Nantes. The story of a child and his obsession with pursuing his dream to become a filmmaker, from buying his first camera and shooting his first amateur film. Varda's emotional tribute to the career of prestigious French director and her late partner, Jacques Demy.

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The Gleaners and I

Sun 7 October @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
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One event on Mon 8th October 2018 at 7:00pm

The Ultimate Picture Palace, Jeune St, Cowley Road
Oxford, OX4 1BN United Kingdom
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£8 – £9.50

In 2000, Agnès Varda travelled the French countryside to study the eccentric world of a group of foragers and scavengers called The Gleaners. Describing herself as a gleaner of ideas and images gives the director a special connection with her subjects in this honest and intriguing documentary.

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The Gleaners and I

Mon 8 October @ 7:00 pm - Tue 9 October @ 8:30 pm
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The Ultimate Picture Palace, Jeune St, Cowley Road
Oxford, OX4 1BN United Kingdom
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£8 – £9.50

In 2000, Agnès Varda travelled the French countryside to study the eccentric world of a group of foragers and scavengers called The Gleaners. Describing herself as a gleaner of ideas and images gives the director a special connection with her subjects in this honest and intriguing documentary.

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Bristol Bad Film Club presents… SAMURAI COP – Oxford

Thu 25 October @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Ultimate Picture Palace, Jeune St, Cowley Road
Oxford, OX4 1BN United Kingdom
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£8 – £9.50

Bristol Bad Film Club is going on the road… and we’re bringing Samurai Cop to Oxford!  Imagine a low-budget version of Lethal Weapon where Mel Gibson spends most of his time being racist to the Japanese, attempts to sleep with anything that moves and walks around in his pants a lot. That’s Samurai Cop, but there is so much more to this cult film than that… Described as “both the best and the worst action film ever”, Samurai Cop is an unintentionally…

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