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Fri 4 Sep
–Fri 2 Oct 2020
This elegant coming-of-age tale is the debut feature film from Brazilian-American director Alexandre Moratto
–Thu 24 Sep 2020
John David Washington and Robert Pattinson star in director Christopher Nolan's (Inception, Interstellar) latest epic thriller.
–Thu 24 Sep 2020
A lost gem of first- person filmmaking, this exquisite film explores the story of UN ambassador to Guinea, Marof Achkar, who was recalled, charged with treason and disappeared in 1968.
Master filmmaker Chantal Akerman, no stranger to filming in constrained interior spaces, essentially limits herself to the tiny interior of a rented apartment in Tel Aviv.
Part psychedelic head trip, part self-therapy, this classic first-person film never fails to astonish.
When renowned Iranian filmmaker, Jafar Panahi, is put under house arrest and banned from making films by a government warrant, he channels his creative drive inwards.
Fri 11 Sep
–Fri 9 Oct 2020
Set in inner-city Portsmouth, sparks fly between two seemingly poised people, but neither are what they seem
This month we bring you Sweet September Shorts, part of Family Film Club on Cinema On Demand
Taking some liberties with the idea of ‘inner states’, we curated an extraordinary set of Covid-induced lockdown short films, made over the course of the pandemic.
Does a Palestinian have the right to a simple headache? This seemingly irrelevant question takes on much greater significance in the face of the long-lasting Israeli occupation.
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