Science on Screen

Reality and fiction come together in a series of films and talks that uncovers the connections between science and cinema.

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Love and Anarchy: The Films of Lina Wertmüller

In the first instalment of Hidden Figures, a new strand celebrating filmmakers who have been unjustly neglected in cinema history, we bring you the work of Italian director Lina Wertmüller.


Human Rights Watch Film Festival 2019

Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns for its 23nd edition, offering fresh perspectives and critical insights on human rights concerns impacting people around the world.

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Chronic Youth Film Festival 2019

This year’s festival showcases a series of innovative films that deal with escape and rebellion, across diverse countries, cultural environments and opposing landscapes.

Poetry in Motion

Multibuy: Poetry in Motion

Book for two or more events at the same time and save 10%. Discount is applied at checkout.

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Poetry in Motion: Contemporary Iranian Cinema

A film season reflecting on how the tradition of storytelling, so deeply rooted in Persian culture, comes alive in cinema.

Merce Cunningham: Centennial

To celebrate 100 years since the birth of one of the most influential American choreographers of the 20th century, two dance events and a film screening pay tribute to his legacy.

Lem on Film

Smart Robots, Mortal Engines: Stanislaw Lem on Film

Artificial intelligence, virtual reality, nanotechnology, trans-humanism: Polish author Stanislaw Lem was thinking and writing about today’s hot topics many decades ago.

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Bebop New York

Late-50s New York. In Greenwich Village bars and Times Square burger joints painters, writers, critics, musicians were making a new world. Filmmakers were right there too.

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Shubbak Festival: Multibuy

Shubbak is London's largest biennial festival of contemporary Arab culture.