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Two men in trucks at the edge of a swimming pool in The Blue Hour
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Cinema

Queer East: The Blue Hour + ScreenTalk

Two young men meet at an abandoned swimming pool in this nightmarish study of repressed sexuality and desire.

Still image of the interior of a dolls house, some false teeth a wooden hand and two dolls
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Cinema

Experiments in Film: When I'm with You

We present the world premiere of a new video work by artist Katharine Fry, fusing live action and animation in a subversive fairy tale of femininity.

Ralph Fiennes in Straight Line Crazy
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Cinema

NT Live: Straight Line Crazy

Ralph Fiennes (Antony & Cleopatra) leads the cast in David Hare’s (Skylight) blazing account of the most powerful man in New York, a master manipulator whose legacy changed the city forever.

A young couple blow cigarette smoke into one another's mouths
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Cinema

Relaxed Screening: The Worst Person in the World

The latest from acclaimed filmmaker Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31st), this is a wistful and subversive romantic drama about the quest for love and meaning in contemporary Oslo.

Actor in crumbling chalk white face paint
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Cinema Classical music

World premiere: LISE + ScreenTalk

LISE is a cinematic opera encounter – a hybrid between recorded concert and film – with soprano Lise Davidsen, the Norwegian National Opera Orchestra and conductor Edward Gardner.

A still from Space is the Place
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Cinema

Journeys across Afro-Futurism: Space Is the Place

The film is an eccentric mixture of African iconography and space age technology, structured around the persona of renowned jazz musician and Astro traveller Sun Ra.

A scene from Hamlet, Met Opera 21-22
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Cinema

Met Opera Live: Hamlet

Neil Armfield brings his acclaimed staging to the Met for this riveting contemporary masterpiece, based on William Shakespeare's famous drama. 

Ornette: Made in America
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Cinema

Ornette: Made in America

Shirley Clarke’s portrait of jazz musician Ornette Coleman draws from his connection to the free-jazz movement and his reflections on time and space, to create a multi-layered, unconventional film.

A still from Kati Kati
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Cinema

Journeys across Afro-Futurism: Kati, Kati + Introduction

This mystical film by Mbithi Masya travels across temporalities to tell the story of a Kenyan woman who is stuck in Kati Kati (Swahili for “in-between”) a kind of purgatory, following her death. 

A still from Ratnik
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Cinema

Journeys across Afro-Futurism: Ratnik + Introduction

This action-packed dystopian film set shortly after World War III, focuses on Sarah Bello, a battle-scarred warrior travelling back home, only to find a litany of issues plaguing her family.