SCREEN GUIDE: What’s on in London this week (16 to 22 OCT 2020)

Discover what’s on in London this week with our comprehensive listings for independent cinemas, drive-ins & alternative venues including special event screenings, Q&As, film clubs, new releases, repertory seasons & film festivals.*

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What’s on in London this week (virtual & in venues): SINGLE-O EXHIBITS one-off events / ORIGINAL FORMATS screenings from 8MM to 70MM+ / REP. SEASONS / FILM FESTIVALS / NEW RELEASES inc. revivals & restorations / CINEMA+ LISTINGS schedules for London’s alternative cinemas & drive-ins / COMING ATTRACTIONS.

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NEWS FROM ACROSS LONDON’S ALTERNATIVE CINEMA SCENE.

Some Vue Cinemas have now gone part time which might have an impact on indie screenings given the chain appears to have been the go-to place for DIY exhibitors relocating from shuttered Picturehouse venues…

And of course London will now be at Tier 2 from Saturday. What this means for the already struggling film exhibition industry is anyone’s guess at this stage… but we now aren’t meant to be mixing households indoors. Stay safe folks (and keep supporting London’s independent cinemas if and however you can).

In more joyous news, The Prince Charles reopens full time and mostly still doing their thing, albeit at 25% capacity and with no sing-alongs or movie marathons to allow for adequate cleaning. They now have added “hospital grade” air filtration… and plenty of SOLD OUT! original format screenings following a massive welcome back boost from their loyal audiences. Bravo!

On a similar theme the always popular Backyard Cinema has opened a second seasonal Wandsworth venue, adding The Snow Kingdom to the ongoing The Winternight Garden (see CINEMA+ listings for details / although everything is already looking pretty SOLD OUT!). If you like Rooftop Film Club’s popular style of programming – retro with a sprinkling of new releases – you’ll know what to expect.

For those with cars, the Troubadour Drive-in is offering half price parking for the entire month (which starts to look like a bargain – they can even accommodate you if you don’t have a car). See CINEMA+ for full listings.

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IF WE HAD TO SEE JUST ONE EVENT THIS WEEK, IT WOULD BE…

We’re creeping towards Halloween season, so there are plenty of horror chills on London’s screens including a double bill of original format screenings from Ciné-Real 16mm Film Club (DRACULA on 16MM and TEXAS CHAIN SAW on 8MM – see daily listings for details) and the perennial HORROCTOBER season at the newly reopened Prince Charles (see SEASONS for all the gory details).

The BFI London Film Festival comes to a screaming climax this weekend with city-wide closing night screenings of Francis Lee’s latest, AMMONITE (17 OCT). We’ve tried to list as many in-venue screenings as we could find for the duration of the festival (until 18 OCT). We really like this distributed model for the festival and if films find their audiences maybe this could set something in train for future years.

Given the relative dearth of new releases, many smaller cinemas are flexing their jukebox programming muscles, with Genesis offering several splendid anniversary screenings (e.g. REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE – 21 OCT) and venues like Electric Cinemas (e.g. THE HANDMAIDEN – 17 OCT), Olympic Studios (e.g. SUPERMAN – 18 OCT) and JW3 (e.g. ESKIMO DAY – 20 OCT) all bringing back-catalogue delights to our screens.

Our special mention of the week goes to the return of No Planet B Film Club with their timely eco-themed programme. John Chester’s THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM (2018) screens this week with an intro at Catford Mews (21 OCT – see daily listings for details).

Our Featured Attraction Of The Week is the 35MM screening of Chih-Yen Yee’s BLUE GATE CROSSING (2002) at Genesis Cinema (22 OCT – see daily listings) as part of the irrepressible Queer East Film Festival. Having moved online during shutdown, this excellent boutique festival is now taking to venues across the UK with a season-style programme of “rarely seen LGBTQ+ cinema from East and Southeast Asia”. BLUE GATE CROSSING is simply one of our favourites, but there are many delights in coming weeks.

See you in darkness,

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RADIANT CIRCUS - What's on in London this week: THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM (2018) presented by No Planet B Film Club at Catford Mews (21 OCT).
What’s on in London this week: THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM (2018) presented by No Planet B Film Club at Catford Mews (21 OCT).
WHAT’S ON IN LONDON’S ONE-OFF INDIE SCREEN EVENTS INC Q&As + PANELS.
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BEING A HUMAN PERSON d. Fred Scott, 2020 + Live Q&A with the director at Curzon Bloomsbury (16 OCT 18:45):

  • “This deeply moving documentary from Grammy-nominated director Fred Scott explores the life and work of acclaimed Swedish auteur Roy Andersson (A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH). Andersson’s latest film – ABOUT ENDLESSNESS – will be his last, and will thus mark the end of a major chapter in cinema. For when Roy stops making films, they will simply never be made in this way again.”
  • See NEW RELEASES for other venues showing this film.

Found Footage Open Forum FREE online event (16 OCT 14:00):

  • BIMI presents: “The first of a new series of events to showcase the creative work-in-progress of research students. This event will feature contributions from research students, who will discuss their own experience of working with found footage in academic and artistic contexts.”

ONE MAN AND HIS SHOES d. Yemi Bamiro, 2020 + Q&A with the director at Genesis Cinema (16 OCT 18:20). 

  • We Are Parable + Dartmouth Films present: “A global phenomenon as told by the people that made it happen. In the 1980s, Nike was a struggling company and decided to target a younger market. Betting the house on Michael Jordan, and hiring a young Spike Lee to direct the promos, Nike created the perfect platform. But a darker side of this success story emerged in 1989 when the high price tag, and a low supply/high demand strategy fuelled violent attacks and even murder. Nike has turned a blind eye. This film is a parable of America’s love affair with consumer capitalism and celebrity culture.”

More films in London today:

BFI London Film Festival (in venues):

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#LFF – AMMONITE d. Francis Lee, 2020 + Recorded Q&A at Archlight Cinema (17 OCT 20:30):

  • “A fictionalised account of the life of the 19th century palaeontologist Mary Anning, Kate Winslet plays the pioneering scientist with Saoirse Ronan as the gentlewoman who falls in love with her while staying in Mary’s beloved Lyme Regis.”
  • See BFI LFF listings below for more venues showing this film.

More films in London today:

  • CAPITAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY d. Justin Pemberton, 2019 at Ciné Lumière (17 OCT 16:25). FARMING d. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, 2018 at Bellingham Film Palace (17 OCT 18:30). THE GOONIES d. Richard Donner, 1985 at Everyman Canary Wharf (17 OCT 14:00). THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL d. Wes Anderson, 2014 at Electric Cinemas White City (17 OCT 14:30). THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL d. Wes Anderson, 2014 at Electric Cinemas Portobello (17 OCT 17:00). THE HANDMAIDEN d. Park Chan-wook, 2017 at Electric Cinemas Portobello (17 OCT 20:00). I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO d. Raoul Peck, 2016 at ArtHouse Crouch End (17 OCT 15:00). LA HAINE d. Mathieu Kassovitz, 1995 at Genesis Cinema (17 OCT 21:10). RAFIKI d. Wanuri Kahiu, 2018 presented by Das Kino at The Old Baths (17 OCT 21:00). THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION d. Frank Darabont, 1994 at Electric Cinemas White City (17 OCT 13:30). THELMA & LOUISE d. Ridley Scott, 1991 at Electric Cinemas Portobello (17 OCT 13:30). THELMA & LOUISE d. Ridley Scott, 1991 at Electric Cinemas White City (17 OCT 17:30). 

BFI London Film Festival (in venues):

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Bloomsbury Festival: I See It Differently short film programme FREE online event (18 OCT 16:00):

  • Bertha DocHouse presents: “We’re excited to be part of this year’s Bloomsbury Festival (16 to 25 OCT), screening this illuminating programme of short docs. Reflecting both personal and universal narratives, from local and global talents, these films dig into the festival’s 2020 theme of ‘Vision’ through culturally rich filmmaking.”

I AM GRETA d. Nathan Grossman, 2020 + Q&A at Everyman Cinemas (18 OCT – various venues):

  • “In August of 2018, Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old student from Sweden, starts a school strike for the climate. Her question for adults is this: if you don’t care about her future on this planet, why should she care about her future in school? Within months, her strike evolves into a global movement.”
  • Also screening at: Archlight Cinema (18 OCT 15:30) / The Castle Cinema (18 OCT 16:45) / Curzon Cinemas (18 OCT – various venues) / Genesis Cinema (18 OCT 18:00) / Olympic Studios (18 OCT 16:20) / Regent Street Cinema (18 OCT 16:40) / Rich Mix (18 OCT 17:00) / Riverside Studios (18 OCT 17:00). 

More films in London today:

BFI London Film Festival (in venues):

  • DAVID BYRNE’S AMERICAN UTOPIA d. Spike Lee, 2020 // Screening at: Ciné Lumière (18 OCT 16:45).
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CARMILLA d. Emily Harris, 2019 + Live Q&A with the director at Everyman Maida Vale (19 OCT 19:30):

  • “An atmospheric, coming-of-age love story steeped in eerie mystery and inspired by the gothic novel of the same name. Join us after the screening for a live Q&A with director Emily Harris.”

MANDY d. Panos Cosmatos, 2018 at The Old Queen’s Head N1 (19 OCT 19:00 – CANCELLED!):

  • Deeper Into Movies presents: “Mandy is set in the primal wilderness of 1983 where Red Miller, a broken and haunted man hunts an unhinged religious sect who slaughtered the love of his life.”
  • Also by Deeper Into Movies: THE LIGHTHOUSE d. Robert Eggers, 2019 at Dalston Roof Park (19 OCT 19:30 – GOING AHEAD!).

More films in London today:

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BEYOND THE VISIBLE: HILMA AF KLINT d. Halina Dyrschka, 2020 + Intro by Mia Bays + Recorded Q&A with the director at Genesis Cinema (20 OCT 18:25):

  • Birds’ Eye View #ReclaimTheFrame presents: “Hilma af Klint was an abstract artist before the term existed, a visionary, trailblazing figure who, inspired by spiritualism, modern science, and the riches of the natural world around her, began in 1906 to reel out a series of huge, colourful, sensual, strange works without precedent in painting.”

ONE MAN AND HIS SHOES d. Yemi Bamiro, 2020 + Q&A with the director at Everyman Broadgate (20 OCT 19:30). 

  • We Are Parable + Dartmouth Films present: “A global phenomenon as told by the people that made it happen. In the 1980s, Nike was a struggling company and decided to target a younger market. Betting the house on Michael Jordan, and hiring a young Spike Lee to direct the promos, Nike created the perfect platform. But a darker side of this success story emerged in 1989 when the high price tag, and a low supply/high demand strategy fuelled violent attacks and even murder. Nike has turned a blind eye. This film is a parable of America’s love affair with consumer capitalism and celebrity culture.”

More films in London today:

  • ESKIMO DAY d. Piers Haggard, 1996 at JW3 (20 OCT 20:45). THE GOONIES d. Richard Donner, 1985 at Everyman Canary Wharf (20 OCT 14:15). LOST IN TRANSLATION 35MM d. Sofia Coppola, 2003 at The Prince Charles (20 OCT 16:00). MEMORIES OF MURDER d. Bong Joon-ho, 2003 at Genesis Cinema (20 OCT 20:35). THE PRINCESS BRIDE d. Rob Reiner, 1987 at The Prince Charles (20 OCT 18:30). PULP FICTION 35MM d. Quentin Tarantino, 1994 at The Prince Charles (20 OCT 20:30). RESISTANCE d. Jonathan Jakubowicz, 2020 presented by UKJF at JW3 (20 OCT 17:45). SEXY BEAST d. Jonathan Glazer, 2000 at Olympic Studios (20 OCT 20:30). SUMMERLAND d. Jessica Swale, 2020 at JW3 (20 OCT 14:45).
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Baby Lame’s Video Nasties! at Bethnal Green’s Working Men’s Club (21 & 22 OCT 19:00):

  • “This Halloween, buckle up and join drag monstrosity Baby Lame on a brilliantly bonkers thrill ride through the weirdest, sleaziest and trashiest filth from the VHS era in her brand new solo show ‘Baby Lame’s Video Nasties’.”

THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM d. John Chester, 2018 + Intro at Catford Mews (21 OCT 19:30):

  • No Planet B Film presents: “It started with a promise to their dog, and a shared dream of living a meaningful life. In 2011, cameraman John and private chef Molly sold their tiny apartment, bought 200 acres of barren land and taught themselves how to farm the old fashioned way. With a delightful cast of animals, from a very fertile pig to a greasy cockerel, John and Molly’s story is one of big dreams, hard work and learning to appreciate the wisdom of nature.”

DRACULA 16MM d. Terence Fisher, 1958 at The Castle Cinema (21 OCT 19:30):

  • Ciné-Real 16mm Film Club Halloween Special: “Jonathan Harker begets the ire of Count Dracula after he accepts a job at the vampire’s castle under false pretenses, forcing his colleague Dr. Van Helsing to destroy the predatory villain when he targets Harker’s loved ones.”

WE ARE MANY d. Amir Amirani, 2014 + Live Q&A with the director at ArtHouse Crouch End (21 OCT 19:45):

  • “The untold story of the biggest protest in human history, and how it changed the world. On February 15th, 2003, over 15 million people marched through the streets of 800 cities around the world to try to avert the war against Iraq. Some estimated the numbers were as high as 30 million people.”

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BLUE GATE CROSSING 35MM d. Chih-Yen Yee, 2002 at Genesis Cinema (22 OCT 18:30):

  • Queer East Film Festival presents: “A favourite with audiences and a milestone in Taiwanese LGBTQ+ cinema, this coming-of-age drama explores the odd-couple relationship that develops between high school students Meng (Lun-Mei Gwei) and Zhang (Bo-Lin Chen). Chih-Yen Yee’s lightly comic film is a bittersweet meditation on growing up, and marks the talented Gwei’s cinematic debut.”

HOUSE PARTY: ALMOST FAMOUS d. Cameron Crowe, 2000 at Everyman Cinemas (22 OCT – various venues / inc drink & pizza):

  • “Everyman House Party is back, and this time we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of ALMOST FAMOUS. High-schooler William Miller is given the chance to write a story for Rolling Stone Magazine about an up-and-coming rock band as he accompanies them on their concert tour.”

THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE 8MM d. Tobe Hooper, 1974 at The Castle Cinema (22 OCT 19:30): 

  • Ciné-Real 16mm Film Club Halloween Special: “En route to visit their grandfather’s grave in Texas, five teenagers drive past a slaughterhouse and pick up (and quickly drop) a sinister hitch-hiker, before ending up at the old family home… where they’re plunged into a never-ending nightmare, falling victim to a family of cannibalistic psychopaths…”

More films in London today:

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LONDON’S CELLULOID SENSATIONS – SUPER 8MM/16MM/35MM/70MM+
  • 2001 : A SPACE ODYSSEY 70MM d. Stanley Kubrick, 1968 at The Prince Charles (daily until 21 OCT).
  • BLUE GATE CROSSING 35MM d. Chih-Yen Yee, 2002 presented by Queer East Film Festival at Genesis Cinema (22 OCT 18:30).
  • THE GREEN RAY 35MM aka Le Rayon Vert d. Éric Rohmer, 1986 at The Prince Charles (21 OCT 18:30 – SOLD OUT!).
  • LOST IN TRANSLATION 35MM d. Sofia Coppola, 2003 at The Prince Charles (16 OCT 18:30 – SOLD OUT! / 18 OCT 17:30 – SOLD OUT! / 19 OCT 20:45 – SOLD OUT! / 20 OCT 16:00 / 22 OCT 12:45).
  • THE MATIRX 35MM d. Lana Wachowski & Lilly Wachowski, 1999 at The Prince Charles (19 OCT 13:10 – SOLD OUT! / 22 OCT 20:10 – SOLD OUT!).
  • PULP FICTION 35MM d. Quentin Tarantino, 1994 at The Prince Charles (17 OCT 12:30 – SOLD OUT! / 20 OCT 20:30 / 22 OCT 14:40).
  • TENET IMAX 15/70MM d. Christopher Nolan 2020 at BFI IMAX (16 OCT 13:15 & 20:15 / 17 OCT 12:00 & 19:00 / 18 OCT 12:00 & 19:00 / 19 OCT 13:15 & 20:15 / 20 OCT 13:15 & 20:15 / 21 OCT 13:30 / 22 OCT 13:30).
SENSATIONAL FILM SEASONS IN LONDON THIS WEEK (VIRTUAL & IN VENUES).

BEYOND BLACK HISTORY MONTH at Everyman Cinemas (OCT+):

“This October and beyond we will be showing special screenings to celebrate Black History in the UK and abroad.”

BLACK FILMS MATTER: WE PREDICT A RIOT! at Vue Stratford (OCT):

“The New Black Film Collective presents a season of screenings that address the Black Lives Matter movement globally and how it affects the Black British experience.”

  • Continues with: AFRICAN APOCALYPSE d. Rob Lemkin, 2020 + Panel at Vue Stratford (22 OCT 19:00 – FREE!).

BLACK HISTORY MONTH at The Castle Cinema (OCT):

“October is Black History Month. To celebrate, the majority of films we screen will showcase black filmmakers and stories, highlighting some incredible work by outstanding black talent.”

  • DO THE RIGHT THING d. Spike Lee, 1989 (18 OCT 14:00 / 19 OCT 18:30). HIDDEN FIGURES d. Theodore Melfi, 2017 (19 OCT 21:00). I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO d. Raoul Peck, 2017 (20 OCT 19:00 / 21 OCT 13:30). LA HAINE d. Mathieu Kassovitz, 1995 (daily until 29 OCT). MOONLIGHT d. Barry Jenkins, 2017 (22 OCT 16:30). RAFIKI d. Wanuri Kahiu, 2018 (16 OCT 18:45). ROCKS d. Sarah Gavron, 2019 (daily 16 to 20 & 22 to 29 OCT). 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH SEASON at Riverside Studios (OCT):

“Riverside Studios is proud to celebrate Black History Month with a selection of films that explore and interrogate different aspects of life, looking at the past and present of the Black experience both in the US and in the UK.”

HORROCTOBER at The Prince Charles (from 16 OCT):

“A month of Screams, Chills, Blood and Guts!”

  • GET OUT d. Jordan Peele, 2017 (17 OCT 20:25). HOST d. Rob Savage, 2020 (17 OCT 15:55 – SOLD OUT! / 22 OCT 18:30). HOST d. Rob Savage, 2020 + Live Q&A with the director, producers Jed Shepard & Douglas Cox, & cast members (19 OCT 18:00 / 20 OCT 21:00 – SOLD OUT!). THE THING d. John Carpenter, 1982 (daily from 16 to 22 OCT).

THE MANY FACETS OF MICHEL PICCOLI at Ciné Lumière (AUG to OCT):

“Further to our online celebration of Michel Piccoli, one of France’s most prolific actors who sadly left us on 12 MAY, Ciné Lumière invites you to revisit his legacy on the big screen.”

  • MADO d. Claude Sautet, 1976 (18 OCT 14:00 / 20 OCT 18:30).

THE SOFIA & BILL SEASON at Genesis Cinema (OCT):

“In light of Sofia Coppola’s new release ON THE ROCKS (starring Bill Murray) we decided to have a little cinematic celebration of the two excellent artists.”

STUDIO GHIBLI FOREVER at The Prince Charles (from 16 OCT):

“Never far from our screen are the legendary films from the greatest animation house on the planet.”

  • MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO d. Hayao Miyazaki, 1988 (16 OCT 15:30 – Subtitled / 17 OCT 14:40 – Subtitled / 20 OCT 15:30 – Dubbed).

THROUGH HER EYES at Genesis Cinema (OCT):

“From superstars that have changed the face of pop music to little girls that are subjected to female genital mutilation, we are bringing together a mini BHM season to explore black female stories.”

  • Continues with: MOOLAADÉ d. Ousmane Sembene, 2004 (27 OCT 18:20).
FILM FESTIVALS IN LONDON THIS WEEK (VIRTUAL & IN VENUES).
OUR PICK OF THIS WEEK’S NEW INDIE RELEASES, REVIVALS & RESTORATIONS.

BODY OF WATER d. Lucy Brydon, 2020:

  • “Having just completed another round of treatment for chronic anorexia, acclaimed war photographer Stephanie (Sian Brooke) is working hard to reconnect with her family. Stephanie will need all her strength to keep her head above water.”
  • Screening at: ArtHouse Crouch End / Curzon Cinemas.

I AM GRETA d. Nathan Grossman, 2020:

REBECCA d. Ben Wheatley, 2020:

More films in London this week:

  • AKIRA d. Katsuhiro Ohtomo, 1988 at Genesis Cinema (daily until 22 OCT). BEING A HUMAN PERSON d. Fred Scott, 2020 at Curzon Cinemas (daily until 22 OCT). BEING A HUMAN PERSON d. Fred Scott, 2020 at Rio Cinema (daily until 22 OCT). CARMILLA d. Emily Harris, 2019 at Curzon Bloomsbury (daily until 22 OCT). CARMILLA d. Emily Harris, 2019 at Everyman Cinemas (daily until 22 OCT). MEMORIES OF MURDER d. Bong Joon-ho, 2003 at Curzon Bloomsbury (daily until 22 OCT). SAINT MAUD d. Rose Glass, 2020 at Rio Cinema (daily until 22 OCT). TIME d. Garrett Bradley, 2020 at Everyman King’s Cross (daily until 22 OCT).
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WHAT’S ON IN LONDON’S ALTERNATIVE CINEMAS & DRIVE-INS (A-Z BY VENUE).

BFI IMAX inc:

  • AKIRA 4K d. Katsuhiro Ôtomo, 1988 (daily until 22 OCT). HONEST THIEF d. Mark Williams, 2020 (21 OCT 20:30 / 22 OCT 20:30). TENET IMAX 15/70MM d. Christopher Nolan 2020 (16 OCT 13:15 & 20:15 / 17 OCT 12:00 & 19:00 / 18 OCT 12:00 & 19:00 / 19 OCT 13:15 & 20:15 / 20 OCT 13:15 & 20:15 / 21 OCT 13:30 / 22 OCT 13:30). 

THE DRIVE IN, Troubadour Meridian Water inc (by date):

  • HAIRSPRAY d. Adam Shankman, 2007 (16 OCT 19:00). QUEEN & SLIM d. Melina Matsoukas, 2019 (16 OCT 21:55). DIRTY DANCING d. Emile Ardolino, 1987 (17 OCT 19:00). TENET d. Christopher Nolan, 2020 (17 OCT 21:45 / 19 OCT 21:30 / 20 OCT 20:00 / 21 OCT 21:30). ZOOTROPOLIS d. Byron Howard, Rich Moore & Jared Bush, 2016 (18 OCT 11:00). KNIVES OUT d. Rian Johnson, 2019 (18 OCT 21:45). JOKER d. Todd Phillips, 2019 (22 OCT 19:00).

LUNA DRIVE IN CINEMA at Allianz Park:

  • Returns 23 OCT.

ROOFTOP DRIVE IN at Alexandra Palace inc (by date):

THE SNOW KINGDOM inc (by date):

  • Backyard Cinema presents: GREASE d. Randall Kleiser, 1978 (16 OCT 16:30). PARASITE d. Bong joon-ho, 2019 (19 OCT 20:30). DOPE d. Rick Famuyiwa, 2015 (21 OCT 20:30). 10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU d. Gil Junger, 1999 (22 OCT 16:30).

THE WINTER NIGHT GARDEN inc (by date):

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