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WHAT’S ON / APRIL 2018

A NEW FILM FROM WES ANDERSON, DIRECTOR OF THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL AND FANTASTIC MR. FOX.


NEW RELEASES

ISLE OF DOGS FRI 30 MAR – THURS 12 APR

DIR: WES ANDERSON • 2018 • USA/ GERMANY • 1 HR 41 MINS

Visionary director Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel) returns with a beguiling, stunningly crafted stop-motion animation that is destined to win your heart. In a dystopian future Japan, an outbreak of "canine flu" has led to all dogs being quarantined on a remote island rubbish dump. A gang of canine exiles – eager for adventure – soon embark on an epic rescue mission when a 12-year-old boy (Koyu Rankin) arrives on the island to find his beloved pet, Spots (Liev Schreiber). The all-star voice cast includes Bryan Cranston, Bill Murray, Greta Gerwig, Tilda Swinton, Jeff Goldblum and Frances McDormand.

ACCESS SCREENING The 6.20pm screening on Tues 10 Apr will include audio description and on-screen captioning.

JOURNEYMAN FRI 30 MAR – THURS 5 APR

DIR: PADDY CONSIDINE • 2017 UK • 1 HR 32 MINS

Paddy Considine follows up his directorial debut Tyrannosaur with the story of a boxer rebuilding his life after a nearfatal injury. After winning a gruelling title, middleweight boxing champion Matty Burton collapses at home, the result of a devastating head injury. The real battle then begins, as he fights to regain his speech, mobility, personality and memory. With outstanding central performances from actor-writerdirector Paddy Considine, and Jodie Whittaker as his devoted wife, Journeyman is a powerfully evocative depiction of a life being reclaimed, piece by piece.


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02/03

HAO JI LE

HAVE A NICE DAY FRI 30 MAR – THURS 5 APR

DIR: LIU JIAN • 2017 • CHINA 1 HR 18 MINS • SUBTITLED

Multi-strand Pulp Fiction-style gangster narrative meets bold, frequently hilarious social satire, in this thrilling Chinese animation. A hard rain is about to fall on a small town in Southern China. In a desperate attempt to find money to fix his fiancée’s botched plastic surgery, Xiao Zhang steals 1 million yuan from a shady crime boss. News of the robbery spreads fast and, over the course of one night, everyone starts looking for Xiao Zhang and his money. Liu Jian delivers a whirlwind neo-noir, cementing his place as a pioneering force in independent Chinese animation.

COCO

FRI 30 MAR – THURS 5 APR

DIR: LEE UNKRICH & ADRIAN MOLINA 2017 • USA • 1 HR 45 MINS

Disney/Pixar’s hugely enjoyable Oscar-winner follows the adventures of a 12-year-old boy named Miguel, who finds himself in the Land of the Dead while on a quest to prove his talent as a musician. Beautifully animated, Coco captures the magic and fun associated with Mexican folklore and pays homage to it with rich animation and an excellent voice cast. RELAXED SCREENING TUES 3 APR, FROM 1PM (FILM 1.30PM)

A relaxed screening for audiences with autism and other sensory sensitivities to enjoy a film in a sensory friendly environment.

ACCESS SCREENING The 6.20pm screening on Tues 10 Apr will include audio description and on-screen captioning.


NEW RELEASES

120 BPM

FRI 6 – THURS 19 APR (NOT SCREENING SAT 14 – MON 16 APR)

DIR: ROBIN CAMPILLO • 2017 FRANCE • 2 HRS 23 MINS • SUBTITLED

The lives of AIDS activists in early ‘90s Paris are reimagined in bold and vivid detail in 120 BPM, a stunning and heart-wrenching drama from the writer of Palme d’Or winner The Class, Robin Campillo. Based on the director’s own experiences, this vibrant and deeply emotional drama rushes with youthful energy, balancing powerful themes of social justice with euphoric moments of spine-tingling sensuality. Urgent and affecting, it’s a film about life, death, passion, tragedy – and, above all, the will to survive.

GHOST STORIES FRI 6 – THURS 12 APR

DIR: JEREMY DYSON & ANDY NYMAN 2017 • UK • 1 HR 38 MINS

The team behind the hit London stage play bring their diabolical creation to the big screen, with suitably chilling results. Andy Nyman plays Phillip Goodman, an academic and professional sceptic out to debunk claims of the supernatural. But when an encounter with a former parapsychologist leads him to three unsolved cases of the Occult, his whole belief system – not to mention his sanity – is thrown into question. This triptych of terrifying tales also stars Martin Freeman and Paul Whitehouse. Hang onto your popcorn – being scared has never been this much fun.


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04/05

WONDERSTRUCK FRI 20 – THURS 26 APR

DIR: TODD HAYNES • 2017 • USA 1 HR 56 MINS

Todd Haynes’ (Carol) exquisite rendering of Brian Selznick’s novel tells the parallel stories of two deaf children, Ben (in 1977) and Rose (in 1922), who each goes on a quest that leads to New York. Each of these parallel adventures is an exuberant love letter to a bygone era of New York. The mystery of how they ultimately converge, which involves Julianne Moore in a lovely dual role, provides the film’s emotional core. Beautifully performed and visually rich, Wonderstruck is cinema at its best.

FUNNY COW FRI 20 APR – THURS 3 MAY

DIR: ADRIAN SHERGOLD • 2017 UK • 1 HR 43 MINS

Maxine Peake gives a formidable performance as an aspiring female comedian standing up to a violent husband and the sexist Northern England club circuit. From her violent childhood to her turbulent adult relationships, she uses the raw material of her life experiences to bring comedy to the stage. So often dazzling on stage and television, Maxine Peake is hilarious and heart-breaking here. There’s fine support too from castagainst-type Paddy Considine as her middle-class paramour and a swooning, melancholic soundtrack by Richard Hawley.

ACCESS SCREENING The 11.45am screening on Sat 28 Apr will include audio description and on-screen captioning.


NEW RELEASES

UN BEAU SOLEIL INTÉRIEUR

LET THE SUNSHINE IN FRI 20 – THURS 26 APR

DIR: CLAIRE DENIS • 2017 FRANCE/ BELGIUM 1 HR 35 MINS • SUBTITLED

Juliette Binoche stars in the new romantic comedy directed by Claire Denis, adapted from Roland Barthes' 'A Lover's Discourse'. 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. Albeit one with dramatic weight, as it charts the perils of the mid-life dating scene. Single mother Isabelle (Binoche), a divorced artist with one child, is looking for love – true love to be precise. This is a work of sublime beauty, subtle humour and enormous heart, with Binoche at her radiant best.

MARLINA SI PEMBUNUH DALAM EMPAT BABAK

MARLINA THE MURDERER IN FOUR ACTS FRI 20 – MON 23 APR

DIR: MOULY SURYA • 2017 • INDONESIA/FRANCE/MALAYSIA/ THAILAND • 1 HR 33 MINS SUBTITLED

A young widow violently turns the tables on her would-be attackers, in this powerful, provocative, and visually stunning Indonesian take on the feminist western genre. Marlina (Marsha Timothy), a recently bereaved widow, is set upon by a group of men with rape on their minds—but she sure knows how to fight back. The violence is harsh, the settings are beautiful and the narrative is utterly gripping. In her lead character, Mouly Surya has created a figure so striking, so proud, that it’s a thrill to identify with her.


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BEAST

FRI 27 APR – THURS 3 MAY

DIR: MICHAEL PEARCE • 2017 • UK CERT TBC 1 HR 47 MINS

The hunt for a Jersey serial killer sparks a dangerous awakening in a young woman in this astonishing psycho-sexual thriller. Moll (Jessie Buckley), a troubled young woman, falls for a mysterious outsider (Johnny Flynn) who empowers her to escape her oppressive family. When he comes under suspicion for a series of brutal murders, she defends him at all costs and learns what she is capable of. Director Michael Pearce has created an intoxicating film that bends genre expectations to its will. A genuinely sexy British thriller like this is a rare beast indeed.

JUSQU'À LA GARDE

CUSTODY FRI 27 APR – THURS 3 MAY

DIR: XAVIER LEGRAND • 2017 • FRANCE • 1 HR 34 MINS • SUBTITLED

In this stunning debut feature, which took home the Best Director Award at Venice, young Julien (Thomas Gioria) has become an unwilling and unhappy pawn in his parents’ acrimonious separation. Even after the divorce, father Antoine (Denis Ménochet) continues to fight for more access to his son, despite mother Miriam’s (Léa Drucker) insistence that he has been an abusive father and husband. The judge’s ruling in favour of joint custody sets into motion a terrifying chain of events in this tense, heart-wrenching family drama.

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06/07


SECOND SIGHT

OUR PICK OF RESTORED AND REISSUED CLASSICS, BACK ON THE BIG SCREEN WHERE THEY BELONG.

4K RESTORATION

A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS FRI 27 APR – THURS 3 MAY

DIR: SERGIO LEONE • 1964 • ITALY/ SPAIN/WEST GERMANY • 1 HR 36 MINS

Meet the man with no name. Danger fits him like a glove… The first part of Leone’s Dollars trilogy firmly sets out the winning blueprint for the other two: not least in establishing both the role of Clint Eastwood’s nameless anti-hero and the collaboration with composer Ennio Morricone. The film focuses on a small town caught up in a fight for control between two warring families. When a stranger arrives he manipulates the feud to his own advantage – resulting in a high body count and some great cinema.

PREDATOR

SAT 7 APR, 10.00PM

NASHVILLE

SUN 29 APR, 1.00PM

DIR: JOHN MCTIERNAN • 1987 • USA • 1 HR 46 MINS

DIR: ROBERT ALTMAN • 1975 • USA • 2 HRS 40 MINS

Arnie’s man vs. alien rumble in the jungle is this month’s Cult & Classic selection. Three decades after its initial release, Predator stands tall as the ultimate action movie machine; a muscle-bound, camo-clad, cigar-chomping romp that is at once quintessentially ‘80s and practically timeless.

This cornerstone of 1970s American moviemaking is a panoramic view of the country’s political and cultural landscapes, set in the nation’s music capital. Screening as part of Nashville in Belfast, a week of events taking place across the city. Supported by Film Hub NI, part of the BFI Film Audience Network.


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08/09

INGMAR BERGMAN AT OFT QFT continues its season of films as part of the global celebrations of the centenary of Ingmar Bergman (1918-2007), one of the greatest filmmakers of all time.

SOMMARNATTENS LEENDE

CRIES AND WHISPERS

FRI 30 MAR, SAT 31 MAR & TUES 3 APR

SMILES OF A SUMMER WITH MONIKA SUMMER NIGHT SOMMAREN MED MONIKA

MON 9 & WED 25 APR

TUES 10 & THURS 26 APR

DIR: INGMAR BERGMAN • 1972 SWEDEN • 1 HR 32 MINS • SUBTITLED

DIR: INGMAR BERGMAN • 1953 SWEDEN • 1 HR 38 MINS • SUBTITLED

DIR: INGMAR BERGMAN • 1955 SWEDEN • 1 HR 50 MINS • SUBTITLED

A dying woman (Harriet Andersson) is attended to in her rural mansion by her sisters (Liv Ullmann, Ingrid Thulin) and her maid... That’s the simple premise for one of Bergman’s most resonant studies of familial bonds, solitude, suffering and the female psyche. The remarkable saturated colour scheme transcends mere recreation of early 20th-century furnishings, décor and costumes; performed to perfection, the film is an examination of the human soul.

Harriet Andersson is astonishing, in her first film with Bergman, as the irrepressible 17-year-old in love with both Harry – a year older but more circumspect – and her freedom: even when she finds she’s pregnant, she’s reluctant to abandon their idyll in the archipelago for routine Stockholm. Tender, sensuous, never judgmental, the film counterpoints its realistically sober ending with Monika’s calmly unrepentant gaze to the camera.

An inspiration to Woody Allen, Stephen Sondheim et al, Bergman’s Cannes prize-winning comedy assembles various couples – current, past or wouldbe – in a country house in 1900, and cheerily observes their often lessthan-honest interactions as they strive to fulfil their various desires. Pithily scripted, elegantly shot and designed, performed to perfection by a superb cast, it brought Bergman international renown.

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SECOND SIGHT/SPECIAL EVENTS

4K RESTORATION

THE OLD DARK HOUSE FRI 27 APR – THURS 3 MAY

DIR: JAMES WHALE • 1932 • USA 1 HR 12 MINS

A chilling lost classic from the director of Frankenstein and The Invisible Man, featuring a postFrankenstein horror role for Boris Karloff. A group of weary travellers, a spooky mansion, and a madman on the loose upstairs! Director James Whale’s The Old Dark House is one of the best and most entertaining horror films of the 1930s. Dripping with atmosphere and packed to the brim with thrills, chills and gallows humour, it was considered lost for many years, but is now being presented from a stunning new 4K restoration.

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY

JAILHOUSE ROCK

SAT 28 APR, FROM 10.30AM (FILM 11AM) DIR: RICHARD THORPE • 1957 • USA • 1 HR 36 MINS

One of Elvis’s best musicals, he plays young Vince, an ex-con who dreams of becoming a superstar. An inclusive screening experience for people living with dementia, their families and carers. Pre-film activity and free tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided. QFT is committed to the Age-friendly Belfast Charter.

CINESEEKERS FILM CLUB

THE BIG BAD FOX AND OTHER TALES

SAT 28 APR, 1.10PM DIR: BENJAMIN RENNER & PATRICK IMBERT • 2017 • FRANCE CERT TBC 1 HR 19 MINS • SUBTITLED • AGE: 6+

This outstanding, laugh-a-minute animation from the team behind Ernest & Celestine features a charming trio of farmyard tales. Benjamin Renner adapts his own comic book for the big screen, with lovingly crafted, hand-drawn animation bringing his illustrations gloriously to life. Tickets £5 (£4 concessions and Film Card holders).


10/11

Four films exploring Northern Ireland’s recent history, screening to coincide with the Twelfth European Social Science History Conference, taking place at Queen’s University from 4-7 April. All screenings are open to the public. esshc.socialhistory.org

WED 4 APR, 6.30PM

DOCUMENTARY

NO STONE UNTURNED THURS 5 APR, 6.30PM

DIR: JIM SHERIDAN • 1993 • IRELAND/UK/USA • 2 HRS 13 MINS

DIR: ALEX GIBNEY • 2017 • UK/USA • 1 HR 51 MINS

In the Name of the Father reunited Jim Sheridan with Daniel Day-Lewis (following My Left Foot) in this gripping re-enactment of the miscarriage of justice that led to the Guildford Four being wrongly imprisoned for the pub bombings of October 1974. The film received seven Academy Award nominations and has become a seminal film in the cinematic recounting of Ireland’s challenging history.

Another chance to see Alex Gibney’s investigative documentary in which he reopens the case of the unresolved Loughinisland massacre. In 1994, six men were gunned down and five wounded in a pub in the small village of Loughinisland. Despite a police investigation and subsequent re-openings of the case, no one has ever been charged for the murders.

HUNGER FRI 6 APR, 3.50PM DIR: STEVE MCQUEEN • 2008 • IRELAND/UK • 1 HR 36 MINS

With Hunger, British filmmaker and artist Steve McQueen turned one of history’s most controversial acts of political defiance into a jarring, unforgettable cinematic experience. Northern Ireland, 1981. In the Maze prison, Bobby Sands (Michael Fassbender) begins a hunger strike to reclaim the status of Republican inmates as political prisoners. Hunger is an unflinching, transcendent depiction of what a human being is willing to endure to be heard.

DOCUMENTARY

A HOUSE DIVIDED SAT 7 APR, 4.00PM DIR: JOHN T. DAVIS • UK • 2003 • 1 HR 15 MINS

Four years after the Good Friday Agreement, journalist Eamon Mallie was instrumental in the public commissioning of ‘The House Will Divide’ by Noel Murphy, a portrait of the 108 members of the recently elected Northern Ireland Assembly. John T. Davis’ film shadows Mallie as he interviews the sitters – key players including the Reverend Ian Paisley, John Hume, David Trimble, Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness.

IMAGE: HUNGER

IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER


SPECIAL NEW RELEASES/SPECIAL EVENTS EVENTS DOCUMENTARY

THE ISLANDS AND THE WHALES

SUN 1 APR, 4.00PM DIR: MIKE DAY • 2016 • UK/DENMARK • 1 HR 21 MINS PARTIALLY SUBTITLED

Shot over four years among the small fishing communities of the Faroe Islands, an isolated Danish archipelago, Mike Day’s absorbing documentary tracks a period of uneasy transition, as the longtime hunting and fishing practices of the Faroese are threatened by disparate global pressures.

DISTANT SKY

NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS LIVE

THURS 12 APR, 6.20PM & 9.15PM DIR: DAVID BARNARD • 2018 • 2 HRS 23 MINS

Recorded at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena in October 2017, Distant Sky captures an extraordinary and triumphant live concert from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, performing new album Skeleton Tree’s exquisite compositions alongside their essential catalogue. Tickets £10 (£8 concessions and Film Card holders).

BRITAIN ON FILM

SOUTH ASIAN BRITAIN

SUN 22 APR, 2.30PM DIR: VARIOUS • 2017 • UK • 1 HR 31 MINS

Explore the history of Britain’s South Asian population with the latest Britain on Film programme, weaving together archive footage from across the UK throughout the 20th century and touching on disparate communities originally from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Tickets £4.

WALLED CITIES

AKAMAS

TUES 24 APR, 6.00PM DIR: PANICOS CHRYSANTHOU • 2006 • TURKEY/HUNGARY/GREECE/ CYPRUS • 2 HRS 4 MINS • SUBTITLED

Akamas is a 2006 Cypriot film about a love affair between a Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot, despite their families’ opposition and the inter-communal violence of the 1960s. Part of Walled Cities 2, a season exploring political conflict in walled cities around the world. Followed by a panel discussion. cacity.org


12/13

18TH BELFAST FILM FESTIVAL The Belfast Film Festival is back for its 18th festival. As usual, the programme is stuffed to the gills with incredible new films from around the world. This year the festival welcomes Ken Loach to Belfast for a series of special events, including a Q&A screening of The Wind That Shakes the Barley at QFT.

BELFAST FILM FESTIVAL AT QFT DATE

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Fri 13

Photo City Beast Jeune femme On Chesil Beach The Other Side of Everything

5.00pm 6.30pm 6.45pm 9.00pm 9.15pm

Sat 14

Shorts Competition Programme 1 Shorts Competition Programme 2 Women and the Law Collective Shorts Competition Programme 3 Camlo + Q&A Mike Catto in Conversation Shorts Competition Programme 4 Under the Tree 1968: The Day The Troubles Began + Q&A Faces Places The Pitts Family Circus

10.00am 11.50am 12.00pm 2.30pm 2.30pm 4.00pm 4.30pm 6.30pm 7.00pm 8.30pm 9.15pm

Sun 15

Short Documentary Competition Programme 1 Ex Libris: The New York Public Library Short Documentary Competition Programme 2 The Divine Order Cry Rosa The Workshop Edie The Boy Downstairs Lean On Pete

11.30am 1.00pm 2.15pm 5.00pm 5.15pm 6.30pm 7.15pm 9.00pm 9.15pm

Mon 16

Black Panthers Kissing Candice + Q&A A Gentle Creature My Friend Dahmer

6.00pm 6.30pm 8.00pm 9.30pm

Tues 17

The Wind That Shakes the Barley + Ken Loach Q&A The Rider Good Manners The Cured

6.15pm 6.30pm 8.45pm 9.30pm

Wed 18

Pin Cushion + Q&A Mansfield 66/67 Polifonia basca The Bookshop

6.30pm 6.45pm 9.00pm 9.15pm

Thurs 19

A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot + Q&A Sicilian Ghost Story Snowflake + Q&A Tigers Are Not Afraid + Q&A

6.00pm 6.30pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

For details of the full programme taking place at venues across Belfast visit belfastfilmfestival.org or pick up a copy of the festival programme.


SPECIAL EVENTS

STAGE ON SCREEN QFT brings you some of the world’s greatest stage shows to our cinema screens, featuring new productions from the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company and carefully selected special events. All performances are broadcast live via satellite unless otherwise indicated. Visit queensfilmtheatre.com for full details and up-to-date listings of all Stage On Screen events.

RSC LIVE: MACBETH (RECORDED) SUN 22 APR, 2.00PM

NT LIVE: MACBETH THURS 10 MAY, 7.00PM AN AMERICAN IN PARIS – THE MUSICAL (RECORDED) WED 16 MAY, 6.00PM RSC LIVE: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR WED 12 SEPT, 7.00PM

TICKETS Live broadcasts: £15 (£12.50 concessions and Film Card holders) Recorded and encore performances: £12.50 (£10 concessions and Film Card holders)

IMAGE: NT LIVE: MACBETH

RSC LIVE: TROILUS & CRESSIDA WED 14 NOV, 7.00PM


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MARCH DATE

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Fri 30 – Sat 31

Coco Journeyman Isle of Dogs Cries and Whispers Have a Nice Day

1.50pm 2.10pm/6.40pm 4.10pm/6.20pm/8.30pm 4.30pm 8.50pm

APRIL DATE

EVENT

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Sun 1

Coco Journeyman Isle of Dogs The Islands and the Whales Have a Nice Day

1.20pm 1.40pm/6.10pm 3.40pm/5.50pm/8.00pm 4.00pm 8.20pm

Coco Journeyman Isle of Dogs Have a Nice Day

1.50pm 2.10pm/6.40pm 4.10pm/6.20pm/8.30pm 4.30pm/8.50pm

Coco (Relaxed Screening) Journeyman Isle of Dogs Have a Nice Day Cries and Whispers

From 1.00pm (Film 1.30pm) 2.10pm/8.50pm 4.10pm/6.20pm/8.30pm 4.30pm 6.40pm

Wed 4

Coco Journeyman Isle of Dogs Have a Nice Day In the Name of the Father

1.50pm 2.10pm/9.10pm 4.10pm/6.20pm/8.30pm 4.30pm 6.30pm

Thurs 5

Coco Journeyman Isle of Dogs Have a Nice Day No Stone Unturned

1.50pm 2.10pm/8.50pm 4.10pm/6.20pm/8.30pm 4.30pm 6.30pm

Fri 6

120 BPM Isle of Dogs Hunger Ghost Stories

1.00pm/6.00pm 2.00pm/6.20pm/8.30pm 3.50pm 4.10pm/9.00pm

Sat 7

120 BPM Isle of Dogs Ghost Stories A House Divided Predator

1.00pm/6.00pm 1.20pm/5.40pm/7.50pm 3.30pm/9.00pm 4.00pm 10.00pm

Sun 8

120 BPM Ghost Stories Isle of Dogs

12.30pm/6.00pm 3.50pm/9.00pm 5.40pm/7.50pm

Mon 9

Ghost Stories Isle of Dogs 120 BPM Summer with Monika

1.00pm/6.00pm 2.00pm/6.20pm/8.30pm 3.10pm/8.10pm 4.10pm

Tues 10

Ghost Stories Isle of Dogs 120 BPM Smiles of a Summer Night Isle of Dogs (Access Screening)

1.00pm/6.00pm 2.00pm/8.30pm 3.10pm/8.10pm 4.00pm 6.20pm

Wed 11

Ghost Stories Isle of Dogs 120 BPM

1.00pm/6.00pm 2.00pm/6.20pm/8.30pm 3.10pm/8.10pm

Mon 2

Tues 3

Thurs 12 Isle of Dogs 120 BPM Ghost Stories Distant Sky: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Live

2.00pm/7.50pm 2.10pm/5.00pm 4.10pm/10.00pm

Fri 13

3.30pm See page 13

120 BPM Belfast Film Festival

Belfast Film Festival

See page 13

Tues 17 – 120 BPM Thurs 19 Belfast Film Festival

3.00pm See page 13

Fri 20

Funny Cow Wonderstruck Let the Sunshine In Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts

4.00pm/8.45pm 6.20pm 6.40pm 9.00pm

Sat 21

Let the Sunshine In Wonderstruck Funny Cow Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts

12.50pm/6.40pm 1.30pm/6.20pm 4.00pm/8.45pm 9.00pm

Sun 22

Let the Sunshine In RSC Live: Macbeth Britain on Film: South Asian Britain Funny Cow Wonderstruck Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts

12.30pm/6.40pm 2.00pm

Mon 23

Wonderstruck Let the Sunshine In Funny Cow Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts

6.20pm 6.40pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Tues 24

Wonderstruck Akamas + discussion Funny Cow Let the Sunshine In

3.50pm/6.20pm 6.00pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Wed 25

Wonderstruck Summer with Monika Funny Cow Let the Sunshine In

6.20pm 6.40pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Sat 14 – Mon 16

6.20pm/9.15pm

2.30pm 4.30pm/8.25pm 6.00pm 8.45pm

Thurs 26 Wonderstruck Smiles of a Summer Night Funny Cow Let the Sunshine In

3.50pm/6.20pm 6.40pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Fri 27

Beast The Old Dark House Funny Cow A Fistful of Dollars Custody

4.15pm/6.40pm 4.30pm 6.20pm 8.40pm 9.00pm

Sat 28

Jailhouse Rock (Dementia Friendly) Funny Cow (Access Screening) The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales Beast Custody Funny Cow A Fistful of Dollars The Old Dark House

From 10.30am (Film 11.00am) 11.45am 1.10pm 2.00pm/5.30pm 4.15pm/7.50pm 6.20pm 8.40pm 10.00pm

Sun 29

The Old Dark House Nashville Beast Funny Cow Custody A Fistful of Dollars

12.20pm 1.00pm 2.00pm/6.40pm 4.10pm/6.20pm 4.30pm/9.00pm 8.40pm

Mon 30

Beast The Old Dark House Funny Cow A Fistful of Dollars Custody

4.15pm/6.40pm 4.30pm 6.20pm 8.40pm 9.00pm

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A Fistful of Dollars Beast Funny Cow Custody The Old Dark House

4.00pm 4.15pm/9.00pm 6.20pm 6.40pm 8.40pm

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