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Cooper Hoffman in his role as Gary, standing outside a busy theatre wearing a white suit
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Licorice Pizza

The latest offering from Oscar nominated director Paul Thomas Anderson charts the relationship of young lovers against the backdrop of the 1970s film industry.

Bradley Cooper's character in Nightmare Alley in a carnival tunnel striped with red and white
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Nightmare Alley

Academy Award winner Guillermo Del Toro returns with a slick and seedy film noir adaptation, boasting an all-star cast.

Black and white image of the family from Belfast, seated watching a film
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Belfast

Eight year old Buddy (Jude Hill) lives with his Ma and Da in 1960s Belfast, Northern Ireland and has to contend with the regular strains of coming-of-age against the backdrop of the Troubles.

Two men lay on a sofa together
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Cicada

A heartfelt and refreshingly hopeful tale that tackles complex subjects with grace, delicacy and uncompromising honesty.

Two animated girls sit on a branch
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Family Film Club: Wolfwalkers

After two sell out screenings in 2021, we couldn’t resist just one more of this sumptuous animation from the makers of The Breadwinner and Song of the Sea.

Black and white image of the family from Belfast, seated watching a film
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Parent and Baby Screening: Belfast

Eight year old Buddy (Jude Hill) lives with his Ma and Da in 1960s Belfast, Northern Ireland and has to contend with the regular strains of coming-of-age against the backdrop of the Troubles.

Two men sat outside playing instruments
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Breaking the Silence: Music in Afghanistan

This award-winning documentary was made for the BBC in 2002, just after the fall of the Taliban. Directed by Simon Broughton and filmed in Kabul, Peshawar (Pakistan), and Geneva (Switzerland).

Black and white image of the family from Belfast, seated watching a film
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Members Screening: Belfast

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Eight year old Buddy (Jude Hill) lives with his Ma and Da in 1960s Belfast, Northern Ireland and has to contend with the regular strains of coming-of-age against the backdrop of the Troubles.

A crowd of people in Belarus waving the countries flag
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New East Cinema: Courage + ScreenTalk

Three members of the Belarus Free Theatre find themselves at the centre of the 2020 protests against Alexander Lukashenko’s totalitarian regime.

A still from Rice & Bread
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T A P E Collective Presents: Call Me by My Name

It’s an experience not uncommon within a diaspora to have your name viewed as too foreign or exotic, and subject to either whitewashing or clumsy - and sustained - mispronunciation.