Kes: Reimagined + Q&A

The Barry Hines Novel ‘A Kestrel for a Knave’ and Ken Loach’s famous film adaptation are both modern classics. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of…

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08/11/19 09/11/19
The Kingmaker

Centered on the indomitable character of Imelda Marcos, The Kingmaker examines, with unprecedented access, the Marcos family’s improbable return to…

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16/11/19 19/11/19
Koko-di Koko-da

Elin and Tobias’s marriage isn’t what it used to be, and so they try to fix things by spending time together outdoors. But after they are…

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15/11/19 21/11/19
La Belle Epoque

If you could recreate any moment from the past, what would you choose? Exactly this service is available – for a fee – to Victor who, after decades of…

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17/11/19 18/11/19
Land of Ashes

First time filmmaker Sofia Quiros’ Land of Ashes is a mysterious and beautiful rite of passage tale told in a dreamlike, magical realist style.…

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07/11/19 10/11/19

On a windy night in the Colombian desert, a young Wayúu woman named Doris sleeps in her hammock and has a dream that she reunites with a deceased…

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