THE ARBOR

THE ARBOR is the final of five films exploring women and family in film. This is part of the female gaze season at Deptford Cinema programmed by Women in Film SE15.

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SECOND COMING

The Female Gaze Season programmed by women in film explores women and family in film. The SECOND COMING is the fourth of five films.

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DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST

DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST is an independent film written, directed and produced by Julie Dash and is the first feature film directed by an African-American woman distributed theatrically in the United States.

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BHAJI ON THE BEACH

Women in Film SE15 are back at Deptford Cinema as part of the Female Gaze season, exploring films about women and family in film. We are screening five pivotal films by Andrea Arnold, Gurinder Chadha, Julie Dash, Debbie Tucker-Green and Clio Barnard.

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WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Women in Film SE15 are back at Deptford Cinema as part of the Female Gaze season, exploring films about women and family in film. We are screening five pivotal films by Andrea Arnold, Gurinder Chadha, Julie Dash, Debbie Tucker-Green and Clio Barnard.

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GHOLAM + Q&A

Set in London in 2011, GHOLAM is the story of an enigmatic Iranian cab driver, who works at night. Once a war hero, he disappeared from the battlefield without a trace. Followed by a Q&A with the director, Mitra Tabrizian.

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LET THE SUNSHINE IN + Q&A

A romantic comedy might be the last thing to expect from the director of BEAU TRAVAIL and WHITE MATERIAL, but that’s what Claire Denis has produced with star Juliette Binoche.

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DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST 35mm

“Daughters of the Dust is [Julie Dash’s] rhapsodic 1991 debut feature, and it exhibits a unique cinematic voice from the get go.” lwlies.com

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