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10/11/21 10/11/21
The Afterlight + Director Q&A

A spellbinding cinematic collage of hundreds of films from around the world brings together an ensemble cast of actors with one thing in common: each…

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11/11/21 11/11/21
The Crowd with Live Score from Matthew Bourne

King Vidor’s silent classic The Crowd is a landmark in realist filmmaking and a lacerating critique of the American dream. John Sims is a young man…

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15/11/21 16/11/21
De Cierta Manera + Pre-recorded Discussion

Newly restored, De Cierta Manera by Afro-Cuban director Sara Gómez is a fascinating docu-romance-drama and critical ethnographic study of a new…

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17/11/21 17/11/21
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie + Talk

Cinema’s master surrealist Luis Bunuel made this withering satire of social conventions and bourgeois values late in his career as part of his…

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Funeral Parade of Roses

The radical heart of Japan beats loudly in Funeral Parade of Roses, which nimbly combines late-60s queer / transgender / underground Tokyo culture,…

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05/11/21 09/11/21

Director Hugo Santiago co-wrote Invasión with two giants of Argentine literature, Adolfo Bioy Casares and Jorge Luis Borges. Originally thought lost…

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