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SCREEN QUEST: Join the #Schumachatak with our exclusive discounts

Announcing exclusive cinema discounts for Radiant Circus subscribers: We’re all about seeing great films in great company at RADIANT CIRCUS. Having created the only all-inclusive guide to London’s independent & alternative films, we now want to see more of them with our friends & followers. Join the #Schumachatak.

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HARD PAINT

The VITO Project is proud to present HARD PAINT aka Tinta Bruta (2018), a Brazilian film recently shown at the Berlinale Film Festival, where it won the Teddy Award for best LGBTQ feature, and BFI Flare.

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THE CANADIAN + INTRO

Kennington Bioscope presents: THE CANADIAN, adapted by Arthur Stringer from W. Somerset Maugham’s 1913 Broadway play The Land of Promise, produced by Famous Players-Lasky, directed by William Beaudine and starring Thomas Meighan and Mona Palmer.

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WITCHFINDER GENERAL

WITCHFINDER GENERAL screens at The Cinema Museum (07 APR 17:00): Misty Moon Film Society presents the last, and most famous, of the three horror films directed by Michael Reeves, the young British talent who tragically died at the age of 25. All three films starred his lifelong friend Ian Ogilvy. The following event with the actor talking […]

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THE LIVE GHOST TENT

A tribute to James Finlayson. The films on show are: WITH LOVE & HISSES (1927); MEN O’WAR (1929); THE HOOSE-GOW (1929); NIGHT OWLS (1930); and, BONNIE SCOTLAND (1935).

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EXPLODING CINEMA

EXPLODING CINEMA screens at The Cinema Museum (19:00): Exploding Cinema presents a night of “indie, undie and OTT short films… from animation to documentary, drama to CGI, and experimental to just plain mental” from around the world.

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CONTRACORRIENTE

ReShape and the Cinema Museum present the third season of the VITO Project, a series of free monthly screenings bringing generations of LGBTs together to provide an alternative space to mix, watch films and share ideas.

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‘AD MAD’ – 100 YEARS OF CINEMA ADVERTISING

A trawl through the archives by film historian Alex Gleason to find cinema’s quirky and eccentric approach to selling. “Come with us on a roller coaster ride through a century of strange and wonderful filmic rediscoveries.”

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