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05/11/21 06/11/21
Beijing Spring

At Beijing’s Democracy Wall in 1978, the “Stars”, a group of self-taught artists (including a young Ai Weiwei) challenged propaganda by showing…

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04/11/21 04/11/21
The Card Counter

William Tell (Oscaar Isaac) is a gambler and former serviceman who sets out to reform a young man seeking revenge on a mutual enemy from their past.…

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16/11/21 17/11/21
Chameleon Street

Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 1990 Sundance Film Festival—yet criminally underseen for over three decades—Chameleon Street recounts the…

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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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06/11/21 08/11/21
Dear Mr Brody

In January 1970, Michael Brody Jr., the 21-year-old heir to a margarine fortune, announced to the world that he would give away his $25-million…

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14/11/21 14/11/21
The Eyes of Tammy Faye

Jessica Chastain is outstanding in this intimate look at the extraordinary rise, fall and return of televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker. In the 1970s and…

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Leeds Film is supported by the BFI Audience Fund which aims to boost diversity and inclusivity, and to build a broad film culture across the UK which recognises and values the quality of difference and seeks to rebalance under-representation on screen, in the workforce and in audiences.