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A man looks down to the side with a smile, holding his necklace.
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NT Live: Vanya

Andrew Scott (Fleabag) brings multiple characters to life in Simon Stephens’ radical new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya.

A man stands with his young daughter at the edge of a pond, both dressed in winter clothing.
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Evil Does Not Exist

Ryusuke Hamaguchi's (Drive My Car) tense drama questions whether rural peace can fight against urban gain, when an upscale camping site threatens a small village near Tokyo. 

A young, tired man looks ahead in the desert, in the glaring sun.
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Io Capitano

Two young boys who leave Senegal for Europe are faced with the horrific reality that immigrants experience in the desert and beyond, in Matteo Garone's deeply moving masterpiece.

Amy Winehouse stands about to perform
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Back to Black

Marisa Abela brings to life the story of the one and only, London girl, Amy Winehouse, in Sam Taylor-Johnson's biopic.

A journalist in a bullet  proof vest looks out in the night, standing in front of yellow lights.
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Civil War

In a near-distant future, a group of photo-journalists try to navigate American during the outbreak of Civil War, by Alex Garland (Ex-Machina).

A journalist in a bullet  proof vest looks out in the night, standing in front of yellow lights.
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Parent and Baby Screening: Civil War

In a near-distant future, a group of photo-journalists try to navigate American during the outbreak of Civil War, by Alex Garland (Ex-Machina).

A young, tired man looks ahead in the desert, in the glaring sun.
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Members' Screening: Io Capitano

Two young boys who leave Senegal for Europe are faced with the horrific reality that immigrants experience in the desert and beyond, in Matteo Garone's deeply moving masterpiece.

 

A group of dancers rise up together on a minimal stage
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ROH Live: Macmillan Triple

The Royal Ballet celebrates the breadth of Principal Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan’s one-act ballets.

A woman wears a Victorian dress, looking poignantly forward.
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Senior Community Screening: Poor Things

Yorgos Lanthimos directs Emma Stone as a young woman re-learning how to exist within society in this absurdist black comedy.

Amy Winehouse stands about to perform
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Parent and Baby Screening: Back to Black

Marisa Abela brings to life the story of the one and only, London girl, Amy Winehouse, in Sam Taylor-Johnson's biopic.

A woman stands in a forest in a yellow dress.
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Relaxed Screening: Poor Things

Yorgos Lanthimos directs Emma Stone as a young woman re-learning how to exist within society in this absurdist black comedy.

Still from 1922 silent film Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror, showing Nosferatu with his long, claw-like fingers and pointed ears, standing on a ship wearing a long black coat
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Cinema Classical music

ECHO Rising Stars: Nosferatu with Sebastian Heindl

German organist Sebastian Heindl creates an improvised soundtrack to 1922 silent horror film, Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror.

Two women stare into each others eyes
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Queer East: Opening Night: A Song Sung Blue

Lonely teenager Xian falls for the extroverted Mingmei in this exhilarating coming-of-age story, with a pre-recorded message from director Geng Zihan.

A group of colourful people dance happily down a street, in a pencil sketch animation.
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Family Film Club: Chicken for Linda! + Intro from Wendy Ide

Winner of the Cristal Prize at Annecy International Animation Festival – this zany romp also packs an emotional punch.

A man reads whilst a woman stands against a column on an ornate blue set on stage
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MET Opera Live: La Rondine

Puccini’s bittersweet love story makes a rare MET appearance, with soprano Angel Blue opposite tenor Jonathan Tetelman.