SCREEN GUIDE: Films in London this week [19 to 25 APR 2019]

RADIANT CIRCUS is your handcrafted guide to London’s DIY, indie & alternative movie nights, film events & gallery screenings. Our latest SCREEN GUIDE helps you find great films in London this week*.


FRI 19 // SAT 20 // SUN 21 // MON 22 // TUE 23 // WED 24 // THU 25


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DOOZY d. Richard Squires, 2018 + Q&A with the director & contributor Dr. Sophie Scott at Close-Up (25 APR 20:15).

  • Filmarmalade presents: “DOOZY is the debut feature from artist-filmmaker Richard Squires. Part creative documentary, part essay film, it uses animated antihero ‘Clovis’ (voiced by KIDS IN THE HALL comedian Mark McKinney) as a means to explore the 1960s voice casting of actor Paul Lynde as a series of Hanna-Barbera villains and one of Hollywood’s hidden queer histories.”

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Find films in London this week by: SINGLE-O EXHIBITS (one-off attractions) // MUSEUM SHOWS (several exhibits under one roof – seasons & festivals) // GRIND SHOWS (a selection of regular runs).


FILMS IN LONDON THIS WEEK

SINGLE-O EXHIBITS

ONE-OFF MOVIE NIGHTS, FILM EVENTS & GALLERY SCREENINGS (by date/event)

FRI 19

Films in London this week: ENTER THE VOID at The Prince Charles (19 APR).
Films in London this week: ENTER THE VOID at The Prince Charles (19 APR).

Films in London today (A – Z):

  • ENTER THE VOID d. Gaspar Noé, 2009 at The Prince Charles (19 APR 12:50). THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER d. Sara Colangelo, 2018 at Regent Street Cinema (19 APR 18:30 & 20:40). THE LONG GOOD FRIDAY d. John Mackenzie, 1980 presented by Screen25 at Harris Academy South Norwood (19 APR 19:45). LORDS OF CHAOS d. Jonas Åkerlund, 2018 at The Prince Charles (19 APR 13:00). OFFICE SPACE d. Mike Judge, 1999 at The Prince Charles (19 APR 18:20). THE PANAMA PAPERS d. Alex Winter, 2018 at DocHouse (19 APR 20:30). SHONGRAM d. Munsur Ali, 2014 at Genesis Cinema (19 APR 21:10).


SAT 20

Films in London this week: ALL OVER ME at Genesis Cinema (20 APR).
Films in London this week: ALL OVER ME at Genesis Cinema (20 APR).

ALL OVER ME d. Alex Sichel, 1997 part of #GENESISTERS at Genesis Cinema (20 APR 21:00):

  • #GENESISTERS presents: “Watch the essential queer gem All Over Me by Alex Sichel as part of this Saturday’s #Genesisters event! Every £5 ticket gets you in our amazing night of female-led art, film and music this time in collaboration with the incredible AFGang and groundbreaking artist SaucySez, AND a delicious pint of Truman’s beer or cider!”

More films in London today (A – Z):


SUN 21

Films in London this week: THE LADY EVE at Regent Street Cinema (21 APR).
Films in London this week: THE LADY EVE at Regent Street Cinema (21 APR).

MOANA d. Ron Clements & John Musker, 2016 + DISCUSSION at Picturehouse Hackney (21 APR 10:45):

  • Dope Black Dads presents: “Why are there so few positive and constructive conversations around black fathers? A group of black dads based in London have come together to address this and provide a progressive discussion around the male parenting experience, discussing the highs and lows of what it means to be a black father in today’s society. “

A Double Bill of Double Bills at Regent Street Cinema (21 APR 14:30):

More films in London today (A – Z):


MON 22

Films in London this week: MIGHTY LIKE A MOOSE at Regent Street Cinema (22 APR).
Films in London this week: MIGHTY LIKE A MOOSE at Regent Street Cinema (22 APR).

Celebrating The Hal Roach Studios + LIVE ORGAN SCORE at Regent Street Cinema (22 APR 19:30):

  • “A programme of 4 films from one of the most prolific producers of short comedy films: MIGHTY LIKE A MOOSE, 1926; CALL OF THE CUCKOOS, 1927; NEVER WEAKEN, 1921; and TWO TARS, 1928. Live soundtrack performed on our 1936 Compton cinema organ by Donald MacKenzie.”

STYX d. Wolfgang Fischer, 2018 + Q&A with the director & writer Ika Künzel at Picturehouse Central (22 APR 18:30):

  • Birds’ Eye View #ReclaimTheFrame presents: “STYX is the seventh film in Birds’ Eye View’s ‘Reclaim The Frame’ project, backed by the British Film Institute; a mission to bring ever-greater audiences to films by women to build a more balanced film future and offer cinema fans wider perspectives of the world.:

More films in London today (A – Z):


TUE 23

Days of Future Past - BLADE RUNNER - THE FINAL CUT at Regent Street Cinema (23 APR).
Films in London this week: BLADE RUNNER – THE FINAL CUT at Regent Street Cinema (23 APR).

BLADE RUNNER – THE FINAL CUT d. Ridley Scott, 1982/2007 + PANEL at Regent Street Cinema (23 APR 19:30):

  • Days Of Future Past presents: “Join us in 2019 – the year BLADE RUNNER is originally set – to explore the themes of artificial intelligence, robotics and humanity which underpin the film, and which are starting to move from science fiction to science fact. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion on the ethics of robotics and A.I.”

Nova Nights #17 – An Experimental Film & Horror Extravaganza with Eric Leiser & Samantha Oči at The Horse Hospital (23 APR 19:00):

  • Billy Chainsaw presents: “A showreel of award-winning artist and experimental filmmaker Eric Leiser’s surrealist shorts plus an exclusive screening of 2 dark videos & an even darker experimental short by director Samantha Oči. Both filmmakers will be interviewed by Billy take part in an audience Q&A.”

Three Thrilling Shorts + INTRO by Jonathan Rigby at BFI Southbank (23 APR 18:10):

  • Projecting The Archive presents: “Three archive short films with supernatural themes, from ghostly apparitions to a chilling curse. Including: THE FATAL NIGHT 35mm d. Mario Zampi, 1948; PORTRAIT OF A MATADOR 35mm d. Theodore Zichy, 1958; and, RETURN TO GLENNASCAUL 35mm d. Hilton Edwards, 1953.”

VOX LUX d. Brady Corbet, 2018 + Q&A with the director & actors Raffey Cassidy & Stacy Martin at Curzon Mayfair (23 APR 18:15):

  • “Natalie Portman is a troubled pop star in Brady Corbet’s Vox Lux. Having shot to fame as a victim of a school shooting, Celeste (Portman) has reached the other side of teen stardom, and is on the brink, manipulated by her manager (Jude Law). Narrated by Willem Dafoe, what follows is nothing less than an exploration of modern America, with celebrity, terrorism and the media in the sights.”

WOMEN OF THE GULAG d. Marianna Yarovskaya, 2018 + Q&A with the director at Barbican (23 APR 18:30):

  • New East Cinema presents: “While Solzhenitsyn’s The Gulag Archipelago largely tells of the men caught in Stalin’s camps and settlements for ‘crimes against the state’, this acclaimed film features six women, all in their eighties and nineties. They tell their stories while going about their daily lives in the remote villages of the Urals, suburbs of Moscow and in the breakaway Republic of Abkhazia.”

More films in London today (A – Z):


WED 24

Films in London this week: ICEMAN at The Castle Cinema (24 APR).
Films in London this week: ICEMAN at The Castle Cinema (24 APR).

ICEMAN d. Fred Schepisi, 1984 + TALK: Cold Facts About Cryopreservation by Maooz Awan at The Castle Cinema (24 APR 18:45):

  • Science Fiction Theatre presents: “On an Arctic expedition, Stanley Shephard (Timothy Hutton) discovers “Charlie” (John Lone), a Neanderthal man frozen in ice for 40,000 years. With a team of scientists, Shepard revives Charlie and begins to observe the man and learn about his prehistoric culture. But when the media catches on to the discovery, Stanley must protect Charlie from fellow scientists who want to use his body for research…”

Double Bill AVENGERS INFINITY WAR + ENDGAME at Genesis Cinema (24 APR 20:20).

  • “We present a special double-bill of AVENGERS INFINITY WAR followed by the midnight screening of the film we’ve all been waiting for, AVENGERS ENDGAME!”
  • You can try the same at Rich Mix (24 APR 20:40).

GOOD WILL HUNTING d. Gus Van Sant, 1998 + Q&A with Dr Raj Persaud at Regent Street Cinema (24 APR 19:30):

  • Psychology At The Movies presents: “The screening will be followed by an audience discussion led by Dr Raj Persaud, Psychiatrist, Broadcaster, Author and co- author of the forthcoming book The Streetwise Guide to Mental Health.”

More films in London today (A – Z):

  • 3 FACES d. Jafar Panahi, 2018 at Curzon Aldgate (24 APR 18:00 – Other Curzons available). THE AFTERMATH d. James Kent, 2019 at The David Lean (24 APR 19:30). AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR d. Anthony & Joe Russo, 2018 at Deptford Cinema (24 APR 19:30). BLUE NOTE RECORDS: BEYOND THE NOTES d. Sophie Huber, 2018 at DocHouse (24 APR 18:30). BORDER d. Ali Abbasi, 2018 presented by Screen25 at Harris Academy South Norwood (24 APR 19:45). CALL ME BY YOUR NAME d. Luca Guadagnino, 2017 at The Prince Charles (24 APR 18:00).  EIGHTH GRADE d. Bo Burnham, 2018 at BFI (24 APR 20:40). LORDS OF CHAOS d. Jonas Åkerlund, 2018 at The Prince Charles (24 APR 15:20). THE ROOM d. Tommy Wiseau, 2003 at The Prince Charles (24 APR 21:00). THE SISTERS BROTHERS d. Jacques Audiard, 2018 at ICA (24 APR 13:15). SKY AND GROUND d. Talya Tibbon & Joshua Bennett, 2017 at DocHouse (24 APR 14:30). TOPKAPI 35mm d. Jules Dassin, 1964 at Regent Street Cinema (24 APR 12:00 & 15:30).


THU 25

Films in London this week: YOURS IN SISTERHOOD at The Whitechapel Gallery (25 APR).
Films in London this week: YOURS IN SISTERHOOD at The Whitechapel Gallery (25 APR).

BEING THERE d. Hal Ashby, 1979 + INTRO at The Castle Cinema (25 APR 19:30 + 28 APR 14:00):

  • Ciné-Real 16mm presents: “A simple-minded gardener named Chance has spent all his life in the Washington D.C. house of an old man. When the man dies, Chance is put out on the street with no knowledge of the world except what he has learned from television.” 

DOOZY d. Richard Squires, 2018 + Q&A with the director & contributor Dr. Sophie Scott at Close-Up (25 APR 20:15).

  • Filmarmalade presents: “DOOZY is the debut feature from artist-filmmaker Richard Squires. Part creative documentary, part essay film, it uses animated antihero ‘Clovis’ (voiced by KIDS IN THE HALL comedian Mark McKinney) as a means to explore the 1960s voice casting of actor Paul Lynde as a series of Hanna-Barbera villains and one of Hollywood’s hidden queer histories.”

TOPSY-TURVY d. Mike Leigh, 1999 + Q&A with costume designer Lindy Hemming at Barbican (25 APR 19:00):

  • “Oscar®-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming joins us following Mike Leigh’s gloriously entertaining musical about Gilbert and Sullivan. Hemming’s career spans FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL, through Brosnan’s Bond and Nolan’s Batman, to her most recently having reinvented WONDER WOMAN and PADDINGTON.”

YOURS IN SISTERHOOD d. Irene Lusztig, 2018 + INTRO by Andrea Luka Zimmerman at The Whitechapel Gallery (25 APR 19:00):

  • “Launching our yearlong celebration of women filmmakers, artist and activist Andrea Luka Zimmerman introduces Yours in Sisterhood, Lusztig’s timely new collective portrait of feminist conversations over the last four decades, inspired by path-breaking 1970s magazine Ms.”

More films in London today (A – Z):

  • ALI: FEAR EATS THE SOUL d. Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1974 presented by Redmond Pictures at Redmond Community Centre (25 APR 19:30). ANBESSA d. Mo Scarpelli, 2019 presented by Das Kino at The Old Baths (25 APR 20:00). COLD WAR d. Pawel Pawlikowski, 2018 presented by Filmbox Community Cinema at Langley Park Centre (25 APR 19:30). DR. STRANGELOVE OR: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BOMB d. Stanley Kubrick, 1964 presented by Sydenham Film Club at Sydenham Centre (25 APR 19:30). ENTER THE VOID d. Gaspar Noé, 2009 at The Prince Charles (25 APR 13:00). EVERYBODY KNOWS d. Asghar Farhadi, 2018 at The David Lean (25 APR 14:30 & 19:30). Films to Be Buried With + special guest Diane Morgan at BFI (25 APR 18:20). GET OUT d. Jordan Peele, 2017 at The Prince Charles (25 APR 18:15). GREEN BOOK d. Peter Farrelly, 2018 presented by Filmbox Community Cinema at Langley Park Centre (25 APR 19:45). LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON d. Hirokazu Kore-eda, 2013 presented by Talkies Community Cinema at Dugdale Centre (25 APR 19:45). MARIANNE NOIRES d. Kaytie Nielsen & Mame-Fatou Niang, 2016 at Bernie Grant Arts Centre (25 APR 19:00). Mystery Movie at The Prince Charles (25 APR 18:25). THE PANAMA PAPERS d. Alex Winter, 2018 at DocHouse (25 APR 20:30). THE PONDS d. Patrick McLennan & Samuel Smith, 2019 at ArtHouse Crouch End (25 APR 20:50). PUPPET MASTER : THE LITTLEST REICH d. Sonny Laguna & Tommy Wiklund, 2018 at The Prince Charles (25 APR 16:00). SKY AND GROUND d. Talya Tibbon & Joshua Bennett, 2017 at DocHouse (25 APR 18:30). SAUVAGE d. Camille Vidal-Nacquet, 2018 at ICA (25 APR 16:00). TROUBLE IN PARADISE d. Ernst Lubitsch, 1932 presented by Kennington Talkies at The Cinema Museum (25 APR 19:30). THE WORLD IS YOURS d. Romain Gavras, 2018 at Ciné Lumière (25 APR 18:30).


MUSEUM SHOWS PART 1

SEASONS (by event/venue)

Films in London this week: THE CHILDHOOD OF A LEADER, part of CLOSE-UP ON SCOTT WALKER at Close-Up (24 APR).
Films in London this week: THE CHILDHOOD OF A LEADER, part of CLOSE-UP ON SCOTT WALKER at Close-Up (24 APR).

70mm PRESENTATIONS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

  • Bringing regular 70mm presentations back to the West End with: INTERSTELLAR 70mm d. Christopher Nolan, 2014 (20 APR 17:10).

ALL NIGHT / DAY / MINI MOVIE MARATHONS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

  • “Butt-numbing marathons” (their words…ED.) of cult, horror, themed & film franchises including: ARNIE ALL-NIGHTER 6 Films 1 Ticket (21 APR 21:15).

BIG SCREEN CLASSICS: THE MEANINGS OF LIFE at BFI Southbank (APR):

BORN DIGITAL: RAISED BY THE INTERNET at BFI Southbank (APR):

  • “As the internet turns 30, we programme a host of innovative films, inspired by and made with the web in mind.” Includes: VIRTUOSITY d. Brett Leonard, 1995 (19 APR 17:45); and, OUR NEW PRESIDENT d. Maxim Pozdorovkin, 2018 (23 APR 18:15).

CELEBRATING PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN at The Prince Charles (06 JAN to 15 JUL):

  • Includes: CAPOTE 35mm d. Bennett Miller, 2005 (24 APR 20:45).

CLOSE-UP ON ANDREI TARKOVSKY at Close-Up (until 21 APR):

  • “Tarkovsky belongs to that handful of filmmakers who, with a small, concentrated body of work, created a universe.” Includes: ANDREI RUBLEV d. Andrei Tarkovsky, 1966 (19 APR 19:30); STALKER d. Andrei Tarkovsky, 1979 (20 APR 16:30); HARD TO BE A GOOD d. Aleksei German, 2013 (20 APR 19:40); VOYAGE IN TIME d. Tonino Guerra & Andrei Tarkovsky, 1983 + ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF ANDREI ARSENEVICH d. Chris Marker, 1999 (21 APR 17:00); and, THE SACRIFICE d. Andrei Tarkovsky, 1986 (21 APR 19:30).

CLOSE-UP ON THE CZECHOSLOVAK NEW WAVE at Close-Up (23 APR to 15 MAY):

  • “Coinciding with the UK premiere of Shivendra Singh Dungarpur’s epic documentary CZECHMATE: IN SEARCH OF JIRÍ MENZEL at Close-Up, we’re thrilled to present a programme of masterpieces from the Czech and Slovak New Wave.” Includes: THE WHITE DOVE d. František Vláčil, 1960 (23 APR 20:15).

CLOSE-UP ON SCOTT WALKER at Close-Up (24 APR to 31 MAY):

  • “In memory of the late great Scott Walker, Close-Up is honoured to present three films featuring of his original scores alongside a selection of cinematic masterpieces originally selected by Scott for his edition of Meltdown Festival in 2000.” Includes: THE CHILDHOOD OF A LEADER d. Brady Corbet, 2015 + Q&A with the director & actor Stacy Martin (24 APR 20:15).

THE FILMS OF JEAN-MARIE STRAUB AND DANIÈLE HUILLET Goethe-Institut & partners’ epic season continues at Birkbeck Cinema, Goethe-Institut & ICA (MAR to JUN):

GREETINGS FROM TROMAVILLE at Deptford Cinema (13 MAR to 19 APR):

  • “Deptford Cinema is hosting a tribute to Troma Entertainment, the longest-running independent film studio in North America.” Includes: POULTRYGEIST: NIGHT OF THE CHICKEN DEAD d. Lloyd Kaufman, 2006 (19 APR 17:00).

HISTORICAL PERIOD DRAMAS at Austrian Cultural Forum (02 APR to 30 MAY – FREE!):

  • “In 2019 our CineClub investigates the relationship of Austrian cinema and genre. We continue in the spring with a closer look at Austrian historical period dramas from the silent era to current festival highlights.” Includes: THE WHITE RIBBON d. Michael Haneke, 2009 (23 APR 19:00).

JOHN WATERS SELECTROSPECTIVE at The Prince Charles  (04 MAR to 26 JUN 2019):

  • Includes: POLYESTER d. John Waters, 1981 (23 APR 20:45).

KUBRICK at BFI Southbank (APR to MAY):

THE NASHVILLE SESSIONS at ArtHouse Crouch End (12 to 21 APR):

  • “Throw on your cowboy boots, stonewash jeans and “git awn down” to ArtHouse for some real-life country music film fun!” Includes: WILD ROSE (until 25 APR); and, CHASE THE DEVIL (21 APR 16:00).

OF FLESH AND BLOOD: THE CINEMA OF HIROKAZU KORE-EDA at BFI Southbank (APR to MAY):

  • “We celebrate a master of contemporary Japanese cinema with a two-month season of diverse, beautiful and human stories.” Includes: NOBODY KNOWS d. Hirokazu Kore-eda, 2004 (19 APR 14:40 / 21 APR 16:50); STILL WALKING d. Hirokazu Kore-eda, 2008 (20 APR 15:10 / 25 APR 20:40); AFTER LIFE d. Hirokazu Kore-eda, 1998 (20 APR 20:30 / 22 APR 14:30 / 24 APR 20:25); and, AIR DOLL 35mm d. Hirokazu Kore-eda, 2009 (23 APR 20:30).

PLOT TWISTS at House Of Vans (06 to 28 APR – FREE!/No booking required):

  • “Join us as we count down the most memorable rug-pulls in Cinema history.” Includes: FIGHT CLUB (19 APR 17:00 & 19:15); and, THE PRESTIGE (20 APR 15:00 & 17:30).

POETRY IN MOTION: CONTEMPORARY IRANIAN CINEMA at Barbican (03 to 24 APR):

  • “A film season reflecting on how the tradition of storytelling, so deeply rooted in Persian culture, comes alive in cinema.” Includes: AVA d. Sadaf Foroughi, 2017 + LIVE POETRY (24 APR 18:15 – Currently looking SOLD OUT!).

SECRETS, MYSTERY, ABSURDITY: THE WORLD OF DAVID LYNCH at Genesis Cinema (02 to 25 APR):

  • Includes: ERASERHEAD d. David Lynch, 1977 + LIVE SCORE by Grok (21 APR 20:15); LOST HIGHWAY d. David Lynch, 1997 (23 APR 21:00); and, WILD AT HEART d. David Lynch, 1990 (24 APR 18:20).

STUDIO GHIBLI FOREVER at The Prince Charles (until 21 APR):

  • Includes (some dubbed versions also screening): SPIRITED AWAY 35mm d. Hayao Miyazaki (21 APR 17:55).


MUSEUM SHOWS PART 2

FILM FESTIVALS (by date/duration)

Films in London this week: GIANT LITTLE ONES, part of CANADA NOW at Curzon Soho (24 APR).
Films in London this week: GIANT LITTLE ONES, part of Canada Now 2019 at Curzon Soho (24 APR).

Film festivals in London this week include:


GRIND SHOWS

REGULAR RUNS & MAINSTREAM MARVELS (by title)

Films in London this week: DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE at Rio Cinema (19 to 25 APR).
Films in London this week: DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE at Rio Cinema (19 to 25 APR).

DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE d. S. Craig Zahler, 2018 at Rio Cinema (19 to 25 APR):

  • “Definitely the movie title of the year but perhaps also one of its most controversial, writer-director-composer S. Craig Zahler’s DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE appropriately cements his standing as one of the great contemporary movie genre blenders as he follows the breathless intensity of BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99 with an equally gritty and gripping thriller.”

GRETA d. Neil Jordan, 2018 at Phoenix Cinema (19 to 25 APR):

  • “Frances (Chloe Grace Moretz), a sweet, naïve young woman trying to make it on her own in New York City, doesn’t think twice about returning the handbag she finds on the subway to its rightful owner. That owner is Greta (Isabelle Huppert), an eccentric French piano teacher with a love for classical music and an aching loneliness.”

THE MIRACLE OF THE LITTLE PRINCE d. Marjoleine Boonstra, 2018 at DocHouse (19 to 25 APR):

  • “Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s celebrated philosophical children’s book The Little Prince, is one of the world’s most widely translated literary works and has been translated into more than 300 languages. THE MIRACLE OF THE LITTLE PRINCE connects the vast distances between translators working to save some of the world’s most oppressed and diminishing languages.”

SHONGRAM d. Munsur Ali, 2014 at Rich Mix (20 to 24 APR):

  • “A young Karim and Asha fall in love in the most testing of times. A complicated relationship, between a Muslim boy and a Hindu girl, Karim is forced to go underground and join a small band of freedom fighters. He must play his role for the cause before he can finally search for the love of his life.”

More films in London this week (A – Z):

  • 3 FACES d. Jafar Panahi, 2018 at ICA (until 25 APR). A CLOCKWORK ORANGE d. Stanley Kubrick, 1971 at ICA (19 to 25 APR). BORDER d. Ali Abassi, 2018 at ICA (until 25 APR). COLLISIONS d. Lynette Wallworth at Barbican (until 20 APR – daily VR viewing times – limited numbers). THE GOONIES d. Richard Donner, 1985 at The Prince Charles (19 to 25 APR). HAPPY AS LAZZARO d. Alice Rohrwacher, 2018 at ArtHouse Crouch End (until 24 APR). HOLY LANDS d. Amanda Sthers, 2018 at Watermans (19 to 25 APR). LORO d. Paolo Sorrentino, 2018 at ArtHouse Crouch End (19 to 25 APR). THE MAN WHO STOLE BANKSY d. Marco Proserpio, 2018 at DocHouse (19 to 25 APR). MID90S d. Jonah Hill, 2018 at Moving Pictures (19 to 25 APR). OUT OF BLUE d. Carol Morley, 2018 at Watermans (19 to 25 APR). SHOPLIFTERS d. Hirokazu Kore-eda, 2018 at ICA (20 to 25 APR). THE SISTERS BROTHERS d. Jacques Audiard, 2018 at The Lexi (19 APR to 02 MAY). US d. Jordan Peele, 2019 at The Prince Charles (19 to 25 APR). THE WILD PEAR TREE d. Nuri Bilge Ceylan, 2018 at Whirled Cinema (22 to 28 APR). WILD ROSE d. Tom Harper, 2018 at ArtHouse Crouch End (until 25 APR). YULI: THE CARLOS ACOSTA STORY at Rio Cinema (until 25 APR).

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