SCREEN GUIDE: Films in London this week [28 SEP to 04 OCT 2018]

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 28 // SAT 29 // SUN 30 // MON 01 // TUE 02 // WED 03 // THU 04


Featured attraction: Kennington Bioscope presents THE LOST WORLD + LIVE ACCOMPANIMENT by Costas Fotopoulos at The Cinema Museum (03 OCT 19:30): “A real crowd-pleaser. It has everything one could desire in a silent movie: stunning visuals, wonderful cast and, of course, dinosaurs.” – Movies Silently.


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 28

Films in London this week: Kronhausen Psychomontage No. 1 (1962) at The Horse Hospital (28 SEP).
Films in London this week: Kronhausen Psychomontage No. 1 (1962) at The Horse Hospital (28 SEP).

ANCHOR & HOPE at Picturehouse Central (28 SEP 18:50):

  • Presented by Out At Central: Eva and Kat’s carefree lifestyle is turned upside down when Eva presents Kat with an ultimatum: she wants a child. Kat resists, but when her best friend, Roger, drops in from Barcelona to party, the three of them toy with the idea of creating a baby together.

Behind the Screen: Writing and Publishing on Cult and Marginalised Cinema at The Horse Hospital (28 SEP 19:00):

  • Special discussion with authors and film-freaks William Fowler, Jane Giles, Mark Pilkington, Vic Pratt and Virginie Sélavy, as well as weird examples of the Psychotronic short film, and music.

More films in London today (A – Z): DIRTY DANCING at Rooftop Film Club, Peckham (28 SEP 19:00). THE ILLUSIONIST at Ink@84 (28 SEP 19:30). MY LEFT FOOT at BFI (28 SEP 20:50). HOW TO TALK TO GIRLS AT PARTIES presented by Screen25 at Harris Academy South Norwood (28 SEP 19:45). HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE at Prince Charles (28 SEP 18:35). QUINCY at ICA (28 SEP 12:45).


SAT 29

Films in London this week: LUCKNOW CENTRAL at Rio Cinema (29 SEP).
Films in London this week: LUCKNOW CENTRAL at Rio Cinema (29 SEP).

BOMBAY MIX double bill: JAILHOUSE ROCK + LUCKNOW CENTRAL at Rio Cinema (29 SEP 12:00 + 13:50):

  • SUPAKINO presents: Indian cinema meets the rest of the world in a mix of movies that share themes, stories and genres. Things kick off with a musical incarceration double feature. First up, Elvis Presley’s iconic role in JAILHOUSE ROCK (1957). Then we jump a few decades and a continent or two to modern day India, with Ranjit Tiwari’s LUCKNOW CENTRAL (2017).

French Impressions: FATIMA + TALK at Watermans (29 SEP 13:00):

  • This event looks at the way French Cinema has told the story of those form North Africa who sought a new life in post-colonial France. Fatima lives on her own with two daughters to support: fifteen-year old Souad, a rebellious teenager, and eighteen-year old Nesrine, who is about to start medical school.

FUTURE + Q&A with filmmaker Adam Buczek at Birkbeck Cinema (29 SEP 14:00):

  • In Japan fortune telling is as ubiquitous as counceling in the west. On the surface people visit spiritual mediums, clairvoyances, palm readers etc. to ask for help, to talk about their future. In reality they just need somebody to speak to and get the second opinion.

IT TAKES A MILLION YEARS TO BE A WOMAN + THREE LIVES at The Horse Hospital (29 SEP 15:30):

  • Directed by feminist collective Sister of Jam IT TAKES A MILLION YEARS TO BE A WOMAN is a portrait of feminist activist, writer and artist Kate Millett at the feminist art colony she founded in 1978 in Poughkeepsie USA. Kate Millett’s THREE LIVES is a moving, proud, calm, aggressively self‐contained documentary feature, about what it’s like to be the three very different women who talk about their lives.
  • Part of the Relating Narratives exhibition.

SCUOLA SENZA FINE + PRIVILEGE at The Horse Hospital (29 SEP 18:30):

  • SCUOLA SENZA FINE (School Without End) was directed by Adriana Monti in collaboration with students from the adult education 150 Hour Secondary School diploma course with whom she had been working for a year. PRIVILEGE, directed by Yvonne Rainer, is seemingly a straight-forward documentary in which women are interviewed about their experience of the menopause – a subject that has been virtually invisible on film.
  • Part of the Relating Narratives exhibition.

More films in London today (A – Z): ADAPTATION at BFI (29 SEP 20:30). BENEATH THE CLOCKTOWER + INTRO at ArtHouse Crouch End (29 SEP 15:20). BLACKkKLANSMAN at Rooftop Film Club, Peckham (29 SEP 19:00). DOWN TO EARTH + INTRO at Hackney Picturehouse (29 SEP 18:30). THE GODFATHER PART II at BFI (29 SEP 16:00). THE GODFATHER PART III at BFI (29 SEP 20:10). ISLE OF DOGS presented by Stow Film Lounge at CentrE17 (29 SEP 10:30). LOVE at ICA (29 SEP 12:20). THE RIDER at Lexi Cinema (29 SEP 14:00). SMALLFOOT preview at BFI (29 SEP 10:00). Spirit of ’68 Screening presented by West Hampstead Cinema Club at Community Association for West Hampstead (29 SEP 19:30 – Free!).


SUN 30

Films in London this week: IF FOOTMEN TIRE YOU, WHAT WILL HORSES DO? at Moth Club (30 SEP).
Films in London this week: IF FOOTMEN TIRE YOU, WHAT WILL HORSES DO? at Moth Club (30 SEP).

byNWR.com Launch: IF FOOTMEN TIRE YOU, WHAT WILL HORSES DO? + INTRO by David Jenkins at Moth Club (30 SEP 19:00 – Free / Ticket does not guarantee entry):

  • Born from Nicolas Winding Refn’s passion for the rare, the forgotten and unknown, byNWR.com breathes new life into the culturally intriguing, influential and extreme. byNWR.com, Little White Lies and Deeper Into Movies present a one-off and ultra-rare screening of IF FOOTMEN TIRE YOU, WHAT WILL HORSES DO? (1971).

Double Bill: KAILI BLUES + SUZHOU RIVER + PANEL at Rio Cinema (30 SEP 13:00 + 15:15):

  • Realism and wild imagination meet in a fresh and insightful double bill of contemporary Chinese cinema presented in association with the National Film and Television School and curated by Giada Liu. “Unexpected Journeys” is an introduction to the Magical Realism in Chinese cinema.

L’HIRONDELLE ET LA MÉSANGE aka The Swallow and the Titmouse + LIVE ACCOMPANIMENT by Elizabeth-Jane Baldry & Stephen Horne + INTRO by Bryony Dixon at Barbican (30 SEP 16:00):

  • This lyrical drama was shot in 1920 on the waterways of Flanders and follows two barges, ‘The Swallow’ and ‘The Titmouse’, as they carry coal to the areas devastated by the First World War. Tensions arise between the captain and his pilot who lusts after his wife, but the star of the film is the beautifully lit and photographed Flanders landscape.

SALARIUM + Q&A with co-directors Sasha Litvintseva & Daniel Mann at ICA (30 SEP 14:30):

  • UK Premiere: Thousands of sinkholes are today perforating the shores of the Dead Sea in Israel and Palestine, covering a wide strip of land that stretches between the water and the vast Judean desert around. Swallowing the remnants of what used to be a popular beach, a water park or a settlement, the sinkholes make the land uninhabitable and hazardous.

SCALA DOUBLE BILL: SCORPIO RISING & PINK NARCISSUS at Curzon Soho (30 SEP 15:00):

  • Rediscovered in 1987, the hazy, sexually charged PINK NARCISSUS (1971) was a revelation for cinephile audiences. It’s paired here with Kenneth Anger’s short SCORPIO RISING (1963), the influential leader of the pack for pop videos and a generation of filmmakers, including David Lynch.

More films in London today (A – Z): 12 ANGRY MEN 35mm at Prince Charles (30 SEP 20:45). HARLAN COUNTY, U.S.A at DocHouse (30 SEP 16:00). LET THE SUNSHINE IN at Whirled Cinema (30 SEP 18:00). MIMOSAS + INTRO presented by Maghreb Ciné at Old Manor Park Library (30 SEP 15:30). PERSEPOLIS + WALTZ WITH BASHIR presented by Deeper Into Movies at The Five Bells (30 SEP 14:00). THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE part of East Finchley Arts Festival at Phoenix Cinema (30 SEP 14:00). THE RIGHT STUFF at Picturehouse Central (30 SEP 15:30 – Other Picturehouses available!). SHORT: BE-LONGING + Q&A with director Mike McKenzie at Lexi Cinema (30 SEP 14:15 & 15:30).


MON 01

Films in London this week: TEHRAN TABOO at BFI (01 OCT).
Films in London this week: TEHRAN TABOO at BFI (01 OCT).

BLINDSPOTTING + DISCUSSION at Stratford Picturehouse (01 OCT 20:30):

  • Presented by The New Black Film Collective: Convicted felon Collin (Daveed Diggs) is three days of probation away from starting his life afresh in Oakland, California. He and his troublemaking childhood best friend, Miles (Rafael Casal), work as movers, and when Collin witnesses a police shooting, the two men’s friendship is tested.

ISLAND + Q&A with director Steven Eastwood at Genesis Cinema (01 OCT 18:30):

  • Across the water on the island, four individuals experience the year in which their lives will end. Illness progresses, relationships gently shift, and we are witness to rarely seen and intensely private moments.

TEHRAN TABOO preview + Q&A with director Ali Soozandeh at BFI Southbank (01 OCT 20:30):

  • Shows how a handful of people resort to deceitful and criminal acts to deal with their country’s religious laws and standards. One woman turns to prostitution, while another must attempt a medical procedure that will allow her to meet her future husband’s demands that she be a virgin.

More films in London today (A – Z): CARAVAGGIO at BF (01 OCT 20:45). NUREYEV – ALL THE WORLD HIS STAGE at Picturehouse Central (01 OCT 18:15 – Other Picturehouses available!). OPENING NIGHT at BFI (01 OCT 20:20). SHE’S GOTTA HAVE IT at Genesis Cinema (01 OCT 21:00 – Free!). THE WILD BOYS at Close-Up (01 OCT 20:45).


TUE 02

Films in London this week: THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR at BFI & Deptford Cinema (02 OCT).
Films in London this week: THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR at BFI & Deptford Cinema (02 OCT).

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR + INTRO by Chardine Taylor Stone at BFI Southbank (02 OCT 18:00):

  • African Odysseys presents: A troubling and timely investigative documentary about Recy Taylor, a young woman and mother who refused to remain silent about her horrific assault in Alabama in 1944. Rosa Parks, the renowned activist and secretary for the NAACP in Montgomery, picked up Taylor’s case.

THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR + PANEL at Deptford Cinema (02 OCT 19:30):

  • A troubling and timely investigative documentary about Recy Taylor, a young woman and mother who refused to remain silent about her horrific assault in Alabama in 1944. Rosa Parks, the renowned activist and secretary for the NAACP in Montgomery, picked up Taylor’s case. Part of Black History Month.

Short Cuts October Screening + Networking Event + Q&A with Alice Lowe at Rich Mix (02 OCT 19:00):

  • This year marks the 20th anniversary of Shooting People, one of the UK’s most established independent filmmaker networks. To celebrate, they’ve launched SHORT CUTS, a year long quarterly film competition and event series, in partnership with Rich Mix.

Tenderflix: Future Responsibilities at BFI Southbank (02 OCT 18:30):

  • Tenderflix, now in its 11th year, is an international film and video competition, where the only requirement is that the film must be under 12 minutes. Explore the intersections of art, technology and media through this year’s shortlisted films.

WADJDA + PANEL at Rich Mix (02 OCT 18:00):

  • Welcome Sessions and The Bike Project present: the first feature ever to have been shot entirely in Saudi Arabia. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Jools Walker (Velocitygirl.co.uk) and The Bike Project, an initiative helping the refugee community get on two wheels.

More films in London today (A – Z): BABETTE’S FEAST at BFI (02 OCT 21:10). THE BLUES BROTHERS presented by Tufnell Park Film Club at The Lord Palmerston (02 OCT 20:00). GOLDSTONE at Richmond Film Society (02 OCT 20:00). THE HEIRESSES at David Lean Cinema (02 OCT 19:30). IF…. + TALK by David Wood presented by Wimbledon Film Club at HMV Curzon (02 OCT 20:30). IN PRAISE OF NOTHING at ICA (02 OCT 13:05). LUCKY at Picturehouse Central (02 OCT 18:30 – Other Picturehouses available!). THE RIDER at Lexi Cinema (02 OCT 18:30). SHORT: THE TRAVELLER + Q&A with cast & crew at Genesis Cinema (02 OCT 18:00).


WED 03

Films in London this week: DOG DAY AFTERNOON at The Exchange (03 OCT).
Films in London this week: DOG DAY AFTERNOON at The Exchange (03 OCT).

BRIGHT STAR + INTRO by Nikki Baughan at BFI Southbank (03 Oct 18:10):

  • Jane Campion’s quietly moving chronicle of the final years of poet John Keats, and in particular his relationship with Fanny Brawne.

FEMALE HUMAN ANIMAL premiere + Q&A with director Josh Appignanesi & actor/co-deviser Chloe Aridjis at Curzon Soho (03 OCT 18:45):

  • Shot in the real-life contemporary art world, FEMALE HUMAN ANIMAL is a darkly romantic psychothriller about a creative woman disenchanted with what modern life has to offer her.

THE LOST WORLD + LIVE ACCOMPANIMENT by Costas Fotopoulos at The Cinema Museum (03 OCT 19:30):

  • Kennington Bioscope presents a new restoration of THE LOST WORLD (1925), featuring pioneering stop motion special effects by Willis O’Brien. This fantasy monster adventure film is adapted from Arthur Conan Doyle’s 1912 novel of the same name.

TEHRAN TABOO + Q&A with director Ali Soozandeh at ICA (03 OCT 20:30):

  • Shows how a handful of people resort to deceitful and criminal acts to deal with their country’s religious laws and standards. One woman turns to prostitution, while another must attempt a medical procedure that will allow her to meet her future husband’s demands that she be a virgin.

YOUR NAME + Q&A with producer Genki Kawamura at Prince Charles (03 OCT 19:00):

  • Japan Foundation presents: Mitsuha and Taki are total strangers living completely different lives. But when Mitsuha makes a wish to leave her mountain town for the bustling city of Tokyo, they become connected in a bizarre way.

More films in London today (A – Z): DOG DAY AFTERNOON presented by Twickenham Film Club at The Exchange (03 OCT 19:30). DOWN TO EARTH + INTRO at Picturehouse Central (03 OCT 18:30). IMAGINE at Picturehouse Central (03 OCT 18:40 – Other Picturehouses available!). IN PRAISE OF NOTHING at ICA (03 OCT 13:30). LUST FOR LIFE at BFI (03 OCT 20:45). MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A. at Regent Street Cinema (03 OCT 18:30 & 20:30). MY LEFT FOOT at BFI (03 OCT 17:45). PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES at Regent Street Cinema (03 OCT 12:00 & 15:30). SEARCHING at Prince Charles (03 OCT 13:00). WHITNEY presented by Screen25 at Harris Academy South Norwood (03 OCT 19:45). XXY at Deptford Cinema (03 OCT 20:00).


THU 04

Films in London this week: FACES PLACES at Genesis Cinema (04 OCT).
Films in London this week: FACES PLACES at Genesis Cinema (04 OCT).

DANIEL HOPE – THE SOUND OF LIFE + SCREENTALK + LIVE MUSIC with Daniel Hope at Barbican (04 OCT 20:45):

  • A leading figure in a new generation of classical musicians, London’s own Daniel Hope will speak and perform violin following a screening of a new documentary about the life of his family.

FACES PLACES + PANEL at Genesis Cinema (04 OCT 18:30):

  • The Birds’ Eye View’s 4 film/5-city #ReclaimTheFrame film influencer project is a mission to bring ever-greater audiences to films by women to build a more balanced film future. The programme continues with the latest from legendary luminary Agnès Varda FACES, PLACES.

Hetain Patel & Amy May: DON’T LOOK at Rich Mix (04 & 05 OCT 19:30):

  • A hugely original collision of film, performance and live music, DON’T LOOK is a playful and subversive journey into image, identity, language and love in contemporary Britain.

INSTRUMENT at House Of Vans (04 OCT 19:30 – Free!)

  • Take Apart Your Head and Dischord Records present an exclusive free screening of Jem Cohen’s music doc INSTRUMENT, chronicling the 10 year collaboration between the filmmaker and Washington D.C. band, Fugazi.

LOOK A LITTLE MORE. KATJA NOVITSKOVA’S ART IN SIX EPISODES + Q&A with director Piibe Kolka at Regent Street Cinema (04 OCT 20:30):

  • UK Premiere presented by ECADC, Estonia 100 & Outset Estonia: The creative doc by Piibe Kolka offers a rare close-up look into the world of internationally-rising contemporary artist Katja Novitskova (b. 1984, Estonia).

ONE NOTE AT A TIME + Q&A with director Renée Edwards at Genesis Cinema (04 OCT 21:00):

  • #WomenInFilm2018 present Renée Edwards’ moving documantary on Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath and the impact it had on the soul of New Orleans – it’s jazz community, ONE NOTE AT A TIME.

More films in London today (A – Z): ALONE IN BERLIN + INTRO/Q&A by Kurt Barling presented by Talkies Community Cinema at The Dugdale Centre (04 OCT 19:45). APOSTASY at David Lean Cinema (04 OCT 14:30 & 19:30). CARAVAGGIO at BF (04 OCT 18:40). F FOR FAKE at BFI (04 OCT 20:50). IN PRAISE OF NOTHING at ICA (04 OCT 13:20). SEARCHING at Prince Charles (04 Oct 16:00 & 20:45). WONDERLAND 35mm + RECORDED INTRO by Emily Beecham at BFI (04 OCT 18:10).


MUSEUM SHOWS PART 1

SEASONS (by event/venue)

Films in London this week: BROTHER at Barbican (29 SEP).
Films in London this week: BROTHER at Barbican (29 SEP).

70mm PRESENTATIONS at The Prince Charles (ongoing):

AGNÈS VARDA: GLEANING TRUTHS various venues (AUG to SEP):

  • A national touring programme celebrating the incomparable Agnès Varda. Includes:
  • Close-Up (until 29 SEP): CLÉO FROM 5 TO 7 (29 SEP 18:00).

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

  • “Butt-numbing marathons” (their words…ED.) of cult, horror, themed & film franchises include: DISNEY PYJAMA PARTY 7 films, 1 ticket (29 SEP 20:45). STEPHEN KING MARATHON 6 films, 1 ticket (29 SEP 21:00).
  • Just be sure to follow the rules

AS IF… at The Prince Charles (until 28 SEP):

BLACK AND BANNED at BFI Southbank (SEP TO OCT):

CINÉ LUMIÈRE 20TH ANNIVERSARY at Ciné Lumière (03 OCT to 28 NOV):

  • Ciné Lumière celebrates its 20th anniversary in style with a series of festive screenings. Includes: UK premiere PROMISE AT DAWN + Q&A with actor Pierre Niney (03 OCT 18:30).

CLOSE-UP ON KIJU YOSHIDA at Close-Up (10 to 30 SEP):

  • “A legendary figure of the postwar Japanese cinema, Kiju Yoshida is one of Japan’s most artistically ambitious, politically astute and influential filmmakers.” Includes: EROS + MASSACRE (30 SEP 18:00).

CLOSE-UP ON PETER WATKINS at Close-Up (05 to 28 SEP):

  • Covering the breadth of Peter Watkins extraordinary body of work this programme presents the radical filmmaker’s most well known films. As the centrepiece to the programme, Watkins will introduce the rarely screened theatrical cut of LA COMMUNE. Includes: PRIVILEGE (28 SEP 20:15).

DIRECTED BY WOMEN at Deptford Cinema (ongoing):

DRAMA SHE WROTE at BFI Southbank (SEP to OCT):

FASHION ON SCREEN at Ciné Lumière (14 SEP to 03 OCT):

FIERCE: THE UNTAMEABLE JOAN CRAWFORD at BFI Southbank (until OCT):

GENERATIONS: RUSSIAN CINEMA OF CHANGE at Barbican (26 to 30 SEP):

HORROROCTOBER at Prince Charles (OCT):

  • A month of screams, chills, blood and guts! Includes: HOCUS POCUS 35mm (01 OCT 20:45); THE OMEN (1976) (02 OCT 18:25); and, RAW (04 OCT 18:30 – £1 PCC Member’s Screening);

LATE NIGHTS at Everyman Screen on The Green (ongoing):

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! at Ealing Town Hall (07 SEP to 26 OCT):

  • Classic Cinema Club – Ealing presents a series of films complete with action sequences, adventure and crime capers – with brains, brawn and machismo. Includes: STAGECOACH (28 SEP 19:30).

MARGARETHE VON TROTTA REVISITED at Barbican (02 to 06 OCT):

SCALARAMA WEEKENDER at Genesis Cinema (28 to 30 SEP):

STUDIO GHIBLI FOREVER at The Prince Charles (until 06 JAN 2019):

  • Legendary films from the greatest animation house on the planet. Includes: THE CAT RETURNS (30 SEP 13:00).
  • The English Dubs are also screening if you need them (tickets £4).

VARDA BY AGNÈS at Ciné Lumière (until 30 SEP):

WORKING CLASS HEROES at BFI Southbank (SEP to OCT):

WORLD WAR ONE: REGENERATIONS at BFI Southbank (SEP to OCT):

  • A look at how each generation of filmmakers has interpreted the war. Includes: LA GRANDE ILLUSION (29 SEP 15:40).


MUSEUM SHOWS PART 2

FILM FESTIVALS (by date/duration)

Films in London this week: TOCATE at Regent Street Cinema, part of Spanish Film Festival (30 OCT).
Films in London this week: TOCATE at Regent Street Cinema, part of Spanish Film Festival (30 OCT).

Film festivals in London this week include:


GRIND SHOWS

REGULAR RUNS & MAINSTREAM MARVELS (by title)

Films in London this week: LEK AND THE DOGS at Whirled Cinema.
Films in London this week: LEK AND THE DOGS at Whirled Cinema.

LEK AND THE DOGS at Whirled Cinema (01 OCT to 07 OCT):

  • Experimental artist and auteur Andrew Kötting creates a ground-breaking crossover between narrative film and contemporary art piece, based on the award-winning play by Hattie Naylor. The film is inspired by the true story of Ivan Mishukov, who walked out of his apartment at the age of four and spent two years living on the city streets where he was adopted by a pack of wild dogs.

THE OSLO DIARIES at DocHouse (28 SEP to 04 OCT):

  • In 1992, with Israeli-Palestinian relations at an all-time low and any communication punishable with jail time, a small group of Israelis and Palestinians gathered in Oslo, Norway– secretly and against the law. These meetings came to be known as The Oslo Accords and would have changed the Middle East forever – yet they were never officially sanctioned and were only chronicled by the negotiators’ diaries.

SKATE KITCHEN at ArtHouse Crouch End (28 SEP to 04 OCT):

  • In the first narrative feature from THE WOLFPACK director Crystal Moselle, Camille, an introverted teenage skateboarder (newcomer Rachelle Vinberg) from Long Island, meets and befriends an all-girl, New York City-based skateboarding crew called Skate Kitchen.

More films in London this week (A – Z): AMERICAN ANIMALS at Prince Charles (28 Sep to OCT 04). A SIMPLE FAVOUR at Rio Cinema (28 SEP to 04 OCT). THE BIG LEBOWSKI at Prince Charles (28 Sep to 03 NOV). BLACKkKLANSMAN at JW3 (28 SEP to 04 OCT). FACES PLACES at Ciné Lumière (28 SEP to 04 OCT). NUREYEV: ALL THE WORLD HIS STAGE at DocHouse (29 SEP to 03 OCT). THE SEAGULL at Watermans (28 SEP to 04 OCT). THIS IS CONGO at The Montpelier (30 SEP to 10 OCT). THE SON at ICA (28 SEP to 02 OCT). WAJIB at ArtHouse Crouch End (28 SEP to 04 OCT). THE WIFE at Phoenix Cinema (28 SEP to 04 OCT).


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