2-4 October // Immagini e Suono del Mondo [Ethnomusicological film festival] // Lomax in Éireann // Firenze, Italy
4-11 October // ZagrebDox: International Documentary Film Festival // The Camino Voyage [VOD for 60 days in Croatia] //... Read More
A funny and touching examination of life on either side of a foreskin divide.
Also available as part of Wardrop’s Shorts, a programme of five shorts directed by Ken Wardrop and produced by Andrew Freedman.
A little commentary from the valley of the squinting windows.
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This film is F-rated.
Fifteen-year-old Shola (Bukky Bakray) – or Rocks, as she’s known to her friends –... Read More
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Britain in the late 1970s. Punk is exploding and the country is divided over immigration.... Read More
Set in an unremarkable Yorkshire coastal town, Nocturnal follows the story of Pete (Cosmo Jarvis), a disheveled and... Read More
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Bookings are restricted to a maximum of 6 people from no more than 2 different households.
Following the phenomenal and well-deserved success of Parasite, director Bong Joon-ho’s earlier films have come to the wider attention of... Read More
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Idiot Prayer – Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace sees Nick Cave play his songs at the piano in a rarely seen stripped back form, from early Bad Seeds and Grinderman,... Read More
One of the most important French films of the last decades, Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine has been re-released to... Read More
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