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Cinema On Demand: Women of the Gulag (15*) + ScreenTalk

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A collection of unique and candid interviews with women who survived Stalin's campaign of political repression in the 1930s.

a women has her face detected by AI
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Cinema On Demand: Coded Bias

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This documentary explores the fallout after MIT Media Lab researcher Joy Buolamwini discovers that most facial-recognition software propagates bias.

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Hidden Figures: Huis Clos (12A*) + Introduction

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'Hell is other people' – Jacqueline Audry adapts Jean-Paul Sartre’s play and creates a ruthless yet droll, splendidly acted vision of humanity and the afterlife.

Capote sitting in a room with a mask on his head surrounded by people
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Cinema On Demand: The Capote Tapes

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Through audio archive and interviews with Truman Capote's friends and enemies, this intimate documentary reveals the rise and fall of the iconic American writer.

A woman operates a switchboard in The Sound is Innocent
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The Sound is Innocent + ScreenTalk

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When does sound become music? We invite you on an audiovisual journey into a dreamlike space that explores the meaning, function, and significance of the world of electronic and experimental sound. 

Nick Cave sitting at the piano in Alexandra Palace
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Encore - Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace

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This screening sees Nick Cave play his songs at the piano in a rarely seen stripped back form, from early material, right through to the most recent Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds album.

A man shouts through his cupped hands in In A Silent Way
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In a Silent Way + ScreenTalk

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A film crew criss-crosses England, trying to unravel the mystery surrounding a record released 30 years earlier, Spirit of Eden, by Talk Talk.