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WHAT’S ON / NOVEMBER 2016

THIS ISSUE:

A UNITED KINGDOM 24TH FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL OUTBURST QUEER ARTS FESTIVAL

THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS ALICIA VIKANDER AND MICHAEL FASSBENDER STAR IN A TALE OF LOVE AND SACRIFICE, BASED ON THE BESTSELLING NOVEL.


BOOKING AND VENUE INFORMATION

OUEEN’S FILM THEATRE

THE HOME OF INDEPENDENT CINEMA IN NORTHERN IRELAND

JOIN US AT THE QFT BAR QFT is the only cinema in Northern Ireland with a fully licensed bar, serving up a specially selected range of local and international beers, wines, spirits, tea, coffee and treats. Enjoy a drink with friends before and after the film, and as both our cinemas are now licensed you can bring your drink with you while you watch the movie.

FREE PARKING

ACCESS

TICKET PRICES

QFT offers free on-site parking every night from 5.30pm, and all weekend, in the main Queen’s University site.

QFT is wheelchair accessible. We endeavour to host access screenings when possible. Access screenings include audio enhancement, audio description and on-screen captioning. See the website for more details.

Standard admission (after 5.30pm): £6.70 Standard admission (before 5.30pm): £5.00

BOX OFFICE The Box Office opens 30 minutes before the first screening of the day. Skip the queue by booking online at queensfilmtheatre.com and printing your tickets at home.

Box Office: 028 9097 1097 (after 6pm only)

TICKETS FOR COMMUNITY GROUPS

Senior Citizens, Disabled Users (Carers’ tickets are free), Unwaged, QUB Staff: £5 (after 5.30pm) / £4 (before 5.30pm) QFT Film Card, Students (aged 16 and over in full-time education), Children (under 16 years): £4 (all day) *ID required for discounted prices Mondays £4 for every film* The ticket price for uncertified films includes a one-day QFT membership. *Certain exclusions may apply,

QFT operates a Community Ticket Scheme. For more information please go to queensfilmtheatre.com/engage. For community group ticket requests please email qftboxoffice@qub.ac.uk. QFT IS KINDLY SUPPORTED BY:


02/03

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NEW BAR AND LICENSED SCREENS OFT FILM O CARD Get £2.70 off every film you see plus invitations to special events, exclusive meal deals, free tea and coffee refills and much more. We’ve been working very hard and now we can finally announce our new look QFT bar is finished! We’ve been working very hard and now we can finally announce our new look QFT bar is finished! We have a slick new modern look with some new brands to try, and we can boast about being the only licenced cinema in Northern Ireland. This means that as our guest you can enjoy your beverage of choice in the screen while you enjoy the film. At the new QFT bar you can enjoy a variety of local brands including Shortcross and Jawbox Gin as well as Clearsky and Sailortown craft beers, we have a carefully selected wine and spirit list available as well.

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To celebrate this month we have Prosecco on offer for £6.00 (250ml), a bottle of Rosé for £10.00 (750ml), Hoegaarden and Blue Moon beer for £2.50 (330ml) and a tasty rye and honey spritzer for £6.00. So please come along and enjoy our new space before or after your film. Photo © Matt Lemon Photography. All Rights Reserved. mattlemonphotography.wordpress.com

Throughout the QFT programme you will see this symbol accompanying specific films. The F-Rating highlights films made by and featuring women. Any film that answers ‘yes’ to one of these questions is awarded the F-Rating stamp of approval. 1. Does it have a female director? 2. Is it written by a woman? 3. Are there significant female characters on screen in their own right? Visit bathfilmfestival.org.uk/f-rated for more information.


NEW RELEASES

THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS FRI 4 – THURS 17 NOV

DIR: DEREK CIANFRANCE • UK/NEW ZEALAND/USA 2016 • 2 HRS 13 MINS

Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender star in an emotional romantic drama about a couple facing a moral dilemma. On the remote island of Janus in Western Australia in the aftermath of WWI, traumatised war veteran Tom Sherbourne (Michael Fassbender) works as the lighthouse keeper. He’s married to warm and vivacious Isabel (Alicia Vikander), who’s the love of his life. But unfortunately the couple are unable to have children. When a rowing boat washes ashore containing a dead man and a baby girl, Isabel implores her husband to keep the child and pretend that she’s their own. Against his better judgement, he gives in. But this decision has far-reaching and life-changing consequences. Blue Valentine and The Place Beyond the Pines director Derek Cianfrance elicits extraordinarily

heartfelt and committed performances from A-listers Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander in his poignant adaptation of M.L. Stedman’s acclaimed novel. Rachel Weisz also shines in a pivotal role. “[Cianfrance] carries it off with forthright defiance and with strong, heartfelt, ingenuous performances from Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender.” «««« - PETER BRADSHAW, THE GUARDIAN ACCESS SCREENING The 6.20pm screening on Tues 15 Nov will include audio description and on-screen captioning.


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A UNITED KINGDOM FRI 25 NOV – THURS 8 DEC

DIR: AMMA ASANTE • USA/UK/CZECH REPUBLIC • 2016 1 HR 51 MINS

Amma Asante (Belle) directs this impassioned drama depicting an interracial romance that changed the world. A United Kingdom is a powerful testament to the defiant and enduring love story of Seretse Khama, King of Bechuanaland (modern Botswana) and Ruth Williams, the London office worker he married in 1948 in the face of fierce opposition from their families and the government of the time. Director Amma Asante follows her previous film Belle with another elegant, impassioned drama that also reveals a painful episode in the history of British race relations and imperial politics. At a London dance, there is an immediate spark of attraction when the erudite and dashing Seretse (David Oyelowo) meets the independent-minded Ruth (Rosamund Pike). Ignoring the opposition of friends and family, they plunge into a whirlwind romance that leads rapidly to marriage. Reality sets in when, having

completed his studies, Seretse has to return to Africa to assume his duties as King. Their interracial union is seen as a slap in the face both to Malan’s apartheidriven South Africa and to the royal traditions of Seretse’s own people. As the international diplomatic crisis escalates, the British Government sets out to do everything in its power to drive the couple apart. Anchored by commanding performances from Oyelowo and Pike, Asante’s filmmaking relishes the contrasts between the cool, subdued tones of London and the colour-saturated heat of Botswana, employing cinematography and design to heighten the emotional register of Guy Hibbert’s (Eye in the Sky) acutely observant screenplay. A United Kingdom is a film of great contemporary relevance, one that celebrates the triumph of love and intelligence over intolerance and oppression, and which confirms Asante as one of the UK’s most distinctive and important filmmakers.


NEW RELEASES

NOCTURNAL ANIMALS FRI 18 – THURS 24 NOV

DIR: TOM FORD • USA • 2016 1 HR 57 MINS

Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal headline the second feature from director Tom Ford (A Single Man), about a woman who is forced to confront the demons of her past as she is drawn into the world of a thriller novel written by her ex-husband. Nocturnal Animals is both an effective thriller and a psychological study of a woman in crisis. Ford collaborates for the first time with maestro cinematographer Seamus McGarvey to striking effect, fusing colour-saturated melodrama with overheated, neo-noir. The result is a sheer delight from beginning to end..

SWISS ARMY MAN FRI 11 – MON 14 NOV

DIR: DANIEL SCHEINERT & DANIEL KWAN • USA • 2016 • 1 HR 37 MINS

A wholly original, enormously entertaining, and deeply heartfelt look at what it means to be human. Hank (Paul Dano) is stranded on a deserted island, having given up all hope of ever making it home again. But one day everything changes when a corpse named Manny (Daniel Radcliffe) washes up on shore; the two become fast friends, and ultimately go on an epic adventure that will bring Hank back to the woman of his dreams. Stupidly sublime or sublimely stupid – you decide!


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BUSANHAENG

TRAIN TO BUSAN FRI 4 – THURS 10 NOV

DIR: YEON SANG-HO • SOUTH KOREA 2016 • 1 HR 58 MINS • SUBTITLED

In this fast, fun and freaky zombie-fuelled thriller from South Korea, a group of terrified passengers fight their way through a viral outbreak while trapped on board a blooddrenched bullet train. Director Yeon Sang-ho (The King of Pigs) makes the leap from animation to live action with Train to Busan, and in the best tradition of classic zombie movies, he employs a strong social commentary, critiquing his country’s class system as well as its controversial reaction to the 2012 MERS virus, all while unleashing an avalanche of propulsive, adrenaline-fuelled action and horror.

LES INNOCENTES

THE INNOCENTS FRI 18 – THURS 24 NOV

DIR: ANNE FONTAINE • FRANCE/ POLAND • 2016 • 1 HR 55 MINS SUBTITLED

This piercing drama by Anne Fontaine (Coco Before Chanel) is set in a convent in a ravaged Poland at the end of WWII and based on a haunting true story. Mathilde Beaulieu is a young doctor working for the French Red Cross. A Benedictine nun from a neighbouring convent comes to find Mathilde, pleading for her help. When Mathilde reaches the convent, she discovers several heavily pregnant nuns, petrified by fear and shame. This is a poignant story of birth and rebirth, shattered faith and female solidarity.

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NEW RELEASES

PATERSON FRI 25 NOV – THURS 8 DEC

DIR: JIM JARMUSCH • FRANCE/ GERMANY/USA • 2016 • 1 HR 53 MINS

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This thoughtful new film from Jim Jarmusch focuses on a working-class poet (Adam Driver) in a small New Jersey town who practices his craft amidst the quiet magic of everyday life. Adam Driver (Frances Ha) hits a career high in this quietly charming film about the married life of a poet-bus driver (the eponymous Paterson) and his artist-baker wife, played here by Golshifteh Farahani (Eden). Together, they live and create in the town of (you guessed it) Paterson, navigating the extraordinary and the everyday of married life.

VIVA

FRI 11 – SUN 13 NOV

DIR: PADDY BREATHNACH IRELAND/CUBA • 2015 • 1 HR 40 MINS SUBTITLED

An intoxicating glimpse into the vibrant world of the Cuban drag scene from director Paddy Breathnach (I Went Down, Man About Dog) and writer Mark O’Halloran (Adam & Paul, Garage). Héctor Medina stars as willowy teenager and would-be drag artist Jesus, who attempts to build a relationship with his former boxer father Angel (Jorge Perugorría), freshly released from prison and finding it rather hard to deal with his son’s world. A delicious crowdpleaser, Viva was Ireland’s entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film this year.

More Jim Jarmusch: Gimme Danger (opposite), Ghost Dog (page 18) and Uncle Howard (in which Jarmusch appears – page 22).


08/09

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DOCUMENTARY

GIMME DANGER FRI 18 – THURS 24 NOV

DIR: JIM JARMUSCH • USA • 2016 CERT TBC 1 HR 48 MINS

Emerging from Ann Arbor, Michigan, amidst a countercultural revolution, The Stooges’ powerful and aggressive style of rock’n’roll blew a crater in the musical landscape of the late 1960s. Assaulting audiences with a blend of rock, blues, R&B, and free jazz, the band (which introduced Iggy Pop to an unsuspecting world) planted the seeds for what would be called punk and alternative rock in the decades that followed. Jim Jarmusch’s (other) new film chronicles the story of The Stooges, one of the greatest rock’n’roll bands of all time.

More Jim Jarmusch: Paterson (opposite), Ghost Dog (page 18) and Uncle Howard (in which Jarmusch appears – page 22).

ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING FRI 1 DEC, 8.40PM

DIR: ANDREW DOMINIK • UK/FRANCE 2016 • 1 HR 53 MINS

Given the phenomenal response to the limited September release of One More Time With Feeling, the Andrew Dominik film featuring Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds returns for an encore screening. Originally a performance based concept, the film evolved into something much more significant as Andrew Dominik delved into the tragic backdrop of the writing and recording of the band’s new album, Skeleton Tree. Interwoven throughout the Bad Seeds’ filmed performance are interviews and footage shot by Dominik, accompanied by Cave’s narration and improvised rumination.

TICKETS £8


NEW RELEASES

DOCUMENTARY

YOU’VE BEEN TRUMPED TOO FRI 4 – SUN 6 NOV

DIR: ANTHONY BAXTER • UK • 2016 CERT 1 HR 20 MINS TBC

This blistering new documentary explores the growing confrontation between a feisty 92-year-old Scottish widow and a billionaire seeking to become the most powerful man in the world. Filmed during the most contentious American presidential election campaign in history, You’ve Been Trumped Too offers a unique take on the 2016 race for the White House. It is also a moving and telling account of how Donald Trump continues to make life miserable for a group of Scottish residents living close to his golf resort near Aberdeen, the subject of 2012’s much-lauded You’ve Been Trumped.

The Sat 5 Nov screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Anthony Baxter.

35MM

QUAY BROTHERS MEET CHRISTOPHER NOLAN SUN 6 NOV, 5.40PM DIR: QUAY BROTHERS & CHRISTOPHER NOLAN • UK/USA 1986-2015 • 1 HR 5 MINS

Two of the world’s most original filmmakers, the identical Quay Brother twins, have been making their unique blend of puppetry and stop-motion animation for over 30 years. This new collection, screening in 35mm, combines three of their celebrated films – In Absentia (2000), The Comb (1990), Street of Crocodiles (1986) – alongside a brand new short from director (and Quay fan) Christopher Nolan that reveals the inner workings of their studio.

Followed by CinePunked: 24 Frames Per Second The CinePunked team present a live interactive panel discussion on the place of 35mm in cinema. cinepunked.com


10/11

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DOCUMENTARY

ATOMIC: LIVING IN DREAD AND PROMISE SAT 5 – SUN 6 NOV

DIR: MARK COUSINS • UK • 2015 1 HR 11 MINS

Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Hiroshima, the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, protest, medical research, Chernobyl, MRI scans, Fukushima. The atomic world has been a paradise lost. Using only archive footage – news reports, cosmic imagery, x-ray photography, astronaut training films, etc. – Mark Cousins’ acclaimed film captures the dreams and nightmares of the atomic age. A chilling, mesmeric, hallucinated visual experience enhanced by a haunting and (at-times) thundering score by Mogwai.

DOCUMENTARY

Please note: the film was made to be played loud. We are honouring the artists’ intentions. Ear plugs will be provided on request.

IN PURSUIT OF SILENCE SUN 27, TUES 29 & WED 30 NOV

DIR: PATRICK SHEN • USA/VARIOUS • 2015 1 HR 22 MINS • PARTIALLY SUBTITLED

In our race towards modernity, amidst all the technological innovation and the rapid growth of our cities, silence is now quickly passing into legend. From causing aggressive behaviour to hundreds of thousands of heart attacks around the world, there is no aspect of human life that noise does not infringe upon. Using John Cage’s seminal ‘silent’ composition 4’33” as its starting point, this meditative and beautiful documentary explores our relationship with silence, sound and the impact of noise.


SPECIAL EVENTS

DOCUMENTARY

REVOLUTION: NEW ART FOR A NEW WORLD THURS 10 NOV, 6.30PM

DIR: MARGY KINMONTH UK/RUSSIA • 2016 • 1 HR 24 MINS

A bold and exciting feature documentary that encapsulates a momentous period in the history of Russia and the Russian Avant-Garde. Drawing on the collections of major Russian institutions and contributions from contemporary artists and curators, the film brings the artists of the Russian AvantGarde to life. It tells the stories of artists like Chagall, Kandinsky and Malevich - pioneers who flourished in response to the challenge of building a new art for a new world, only to be broken by implacable authority after 15 short years and silenced by Stalin’s Socialist Realism.

TICKETS £10 (£8 concessions)

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN

THE CURIOUS WORLD OF HIERONYMUS BOSCH SAT 12 NOV, 4.20PM

DIR: DAVID BICKERSTAFF • UK • 2016 1 HR 30 MINS

Who was Hieronymus Bosch? Why do his strange and fantastical paintings resonate with art lovers now more than ever? How does he bridge the medieval and Renaissance worlds? This film is based on the critically acclaimed, once-only exhibition which brought the majority of Bosch’s paintings and drawings together for the first time to his home town of Den Bosch, Netherlands; a powerful exhibition that saw almost half a million visitors marveling at Bosch’s vivid imagination and visionary creations.

TICKETS £10 (£8 concessions)


12/13

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ALAN BENNETT’S DIARIES LIVE WED 16 NOV, 8.00PM

DIR: ADAM LOW • UK • 2016 • EVENT DURATION: 2 HRS 15 MINS

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This unmissable live event will take a candid look into the mind of Alan Bennett, Britain’s bestloved writer, who, at 82, shows no signs of slowing down. Known to audiences around the world for his distinguished career as a playwright (The History Boys) and screenwriter (The Lady in the Van), the event will include a screening of Alan Bennett’s Diaries, a new film about the writer, followed by an exclusive Q&A with Alan Bennett from his local community library in Primrose Hill.

TICKETS £12.50 (£10 concessions and Film Card holders)

BRITAIN ON FILM: RAILWAYS SAT 12 & SAT 26 NOV

DIR: VARIOUS • UK • 1898-1970 1 HR 23 MINS

A major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of the UK’s railways and bringing home the romance and heady freedoms offered by train travel as it expanded across the country in the early 20th century. Sourced from the national and regional archives and newly digitised, Britain on Film: Railways is an immensely nostalgic and evocative collection of films which document not just the glories of the railway, but also the changing social, political and economic climates of the 20th century. Please note: the programme contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect audience members with photosensitive epilepsy.


SECOND SIGHT/SPECIAL EVENTS

NAPOLEON SUN 13 NOV, 12.00PM

DIR: ABEL GANCE • FRANCE • 1927 EVENT DURATION (INCL. THREE INTERVALS): 6 HRS 20 MINS APPROX. SILENT

Abel Gance’s extraordinary depiction of the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte is a landmark in cinema history, lauded by directors such as Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick, but a film that few audiences have had the opportunity to experience. The film has now been painstakingly reconstructed and digitally restored with a newly-recorded score composed and conducted by Carl Davis. Featuring ground-breaking technical innovations including its famous wide screen triptych finale, rich tints and tones and an epic running time of 5½ hours plus intervals, this is the film event of the century for all cinephiles

TICKETS £10 (£8 concessions)

BELFAST SOMME 100 PRESENTS

TESTAMENT OF YOUTH SUN 13 NOV, 3.30PM

DIR: JAMES KENT • UK/DENMARK 2014 • 2 HRS 10 MINS

QFT and Belfast Somme 100 present this searing story of love, war and remembrance, based on the First World War memoir by Vera Brittain (powerfully played by Alicia Vikander) which became the classic testimony of that war from a woman’s point of view. The film will be introduced by Julia Paul, Lecturer, School of Arts, English and Languages, Queen’s University. This event has been made possible by Belfast City Council and Belfast Somme 100.


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SPECIAL EVENTS

BLACK STAR

Join us in celebrating some of cinema’s greatest talents in Black Star, a major new season from the BFI, continuing until December. This month we focus our attention on Oscarwinning actor, producer and director Forest Whitaker in anticipation of the 25th anniversary of The Crying Game in 2017. Explore the wildly varied

career of one of cinema’s greatest unsung heroes with screenings of his finest work. Also this month we present the centerpiece of the Black Star season – a timely re-release of John Singleton’s Boyz n the Hood, one of the most important American films ever made.

Black Star provides a meaningful and high-profile platform for audiences to explore a galaxy of black actors through history, spotlighting the creativity and charisma of trailblazing performers, and celebrating the transatlantic wave of black British talent currently breaking across our screens.

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Black Star is a celebration of the range, versatility and power of black actors on film and TV, taking place in cinemas at BFI Southbank and nationwide, on DVD and on BFI Player.


SPECIAL EVENTS

BOYZ N THE HOOD FRI 11 – MON 14 NOV

DIR: JOHN SINGLETON • USA • 1991 • 1 HR 52 MINS

Ice Cube makes his acting debut alongside Cuba Gooding Jr., Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett in John Singleton’s game-changing first feature film which depicts life in South Central Los Angeles, where random violence is a way of life. Remarkably, John Singleton was just 23 when he wrote and directed what is now recognised as a seminal film, one that was instrumental in ushering in a new phase of black filmmaking in the US. The story focuses upon Tre Styles (Cuba Gooding Jr.), a young man who is trying to navigate life in a

community ravaged by drug addiction, poverty, gangs and police harassment. Hard-hitting and direct, Singleton’s story has an authenticity that is ably delivered by a fine cast and, 25 years on from its first release, feels as urgent and relevant as ever with racial tension between black communities and the police in the US at fever pitch. Writer-director John Singleton was nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Original Screenplay and Best Director, making him the youngest ever nominee for Best Director, and the first African-American to be nominated for the award.


16/17

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“I try to be like a forest: revitalising and constantly growing.” – Forest Whitaker

Soldier, jazz musician, butler, samurai hitman, burglar, undertaker, ruthless dictator. These seven films demonstrate the versatility of Forest Whitaker, one of the finest – and most unassuming – actors working in cinema today. All films (except Bird) are screening from 35mm prints.

THE CRYING GAME SAT 19 NOV, 6.30PM DIR: NEIL JORDAN • UK/JAPAN • 1992 • 1 HR 52 MINS

Neil Jordan’s landmark film remains one of the key Irish films of the last 25 years. It’s a skillfully written examination of race, gender and national politics that questions the audience’s assumptions and behaviours just as it does those of the characters. An unlikely friendship develops between a kidnapped British soldier (Forest Whitaker) and his captor, an IRA volunteer named Fergus (Stephen Rea). When the hostage-taking ends up going horribly wrong, Fergus escapes and heads to London, and becomes embroiled in an elaborate web of sexual and political intrigue. The film contains one of the most notorious twists in cinema history, and won Jordan an Oscar for his screenplay. 35mm print courtesy of the Irish Film Institute.

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ALL ABOUT FOREST


SPECIAL EVENTS

BIRD SUN 20 NOV, 2.30PM DIR: CLINT EASTWOOD • USA • 1988 • 2 HRS 41 MINS

Forest Whitaker gives a tour de force performance (which earned him the Cannes Film Festival Best Actor award) as jazz visionary Charlie “Bird” Parker, bringing out all the triumphs and tragic dimensions of Parker’s life to the screen from the agony of addiction to the ecstacy of music-driven redemption. Arguably the best cinematic jazz biography ever made (its director Clint Eastwood is a devoted fan), this love letter to the genre shows the legendary saxophonist on stage, where Whitaker is flawless, and the drug addict that couldn’t break out of his own head and whose shyness clashed with a jolting popularity and unparalleled artistic vision.

THE BUTLER SUN 20 NOV, 5.30PM DIR: LEE DANIELS • USA • 2013 • 2 HRS 12 MINS

For three decades, Cecil Gaines (Forest Whitaker) served as the chief butler for eight consecutive US presidents, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Working intimately with these world leaders at the White House, from his unique vantage point Cecil Gaines witnessed radical transformations in American history through the civil rights movement to Vietnam and the Cold War - and how those changes affected his life and family. Based on a true story, Forest Whitaker imbues his part with immense dignity. 35mm screening.

GHOST DOG: THE WAY OF THE SAMURAI MON 21 NOV, 6.30PM DIR: JIM JARMUSCH • FRANCE/GERMANY/USA/JAPAN • 1999 1 HR 56 MINS

Jim Jarmusch’s blackly comic mix of samurai ways and mafia wise guys is in a genre of its own. This surreal and stylish fable stars Forest Whitaker as a self-taught samurai hitman who finds himself marked for death by the mafia. Blessed with stunning cinematography from Robby Müller and a brilliant original score from Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA (who also cameos), this is an intoxicating and strangely moving fusion of gangsta, gangster and ninja worlds. 35mm screening.


18/19

A RAGE IN HARLEM WED 23 NOV, 6.30PM DIR: BILL DUKE • UK/USA • 1991 • 1 HR 48 MINS

Bill Duke directs this stylish and fast-moving film adaptation of Chester Himes’ crime novel. When a beautiful seductress from Mississippi (Robin Givens) arrives in Harlem with a fortune in gold, everyone wants a piece of it. Everyone, that is, except Jackson (Forest Whitaker), a quiet naive man. When he crosses paths with this sexy con artist, he unexpectedly enters a world of greed and decadence where nothing is as it seems. 35mm screening.

PANIC ROOM

THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND

DIR: DAVID FINCHER • USA • 2002 • 1 HR 52 MINS

DIR: KEVIN MACDONALD • UK/GERMANY • 2006 • 2 HRS 3 MINS

David Fincher’s follow-up to Fight Club is a triumph of technical filmmaking and tense, terrific, sweaty-palmed fun.

Forest Whitaker won the Best Actor Oscar for his towering performance as charismatic Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in Kevin Macdonald’s powerful and unsettling drama.

TUES 22 NOV, 6.30PM

Trapped in their New York brownstone’s panic room, a hidden chamber built as a sanctuary in the event of break-ins, newly divorced Meg Altman (Jodie Foster) and her daughter, Sarah (Kristen Stewart), play a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with three intruders – played by Forest Whitaker, Dwight Yoakam and Jared Leto – during a brutal home invasion. But the room itself is the focal point because what the intruders really want is inside. 35mm screening.

THURS 24 NOV, 6.30PM

The story follows newly qualified Scottish doctor Garrigan (James McAvoy) who chooses to work in Africa rather than join his father’s practice. Arriving in Uganda following a military coup, he finds himself treating the country’s volatile new leader Idi Amin after a car crash. Offered a job as Amin’s personal physician, Garrigan accepts, unaware that the position comes with horrific downsides. 35mm screening.


SPECIAL EVENTS

In association with

SHORT SIGHTED SAT 26 NOV, 11.00AM-6.00PM

For the first time in Northern Ireland, BAFTA and British Council Film present Short Sighted, an annual all-day event focusing on marketing and distributing your short film in association with Northern Ireland Screen. Designed to help short filmmakers maximise the impact of their short film by building an audience and profile for their work – BAFTA and the British Council invite some of the key decision makers and programmers in short film distribution to give invaluable insight on how to get your film seen both locally and internationally. Across five sessions you’ll hear from; festival programmers and directors on how best to navigate the festival circuit as well as what they look for in a good short film, local award-winning filmmakers on how

to strategise and ensure maximum exposure at festivals and online, the role of sales agents and how to get your film seen by the right people and the masterminds behind some of the current, leading digital platforms exhibiting short films.   They’ll also be a chance to watch a selection of UK short films that are currently enjoying success on the festival circuit before ending the day with a drink with the day’s speakers and fellow short filmmakers.   Speakers currently include representatives from Cork Film Festival, London Short Film Festival, London Film Festival, Edinburgh Film Festival and local award-winning filmmakers. TICKETS £15 (£12.50 concessions)


20/21

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OUTBURST OUEER ARTS FESTIVAL Outburst brings you the very best in new queer cinema in partnership with QFT. Visit outburstarts.com for details of the full festival programme which takes place from 10-19 November.

TUES 15 NOV, 6.30PM

OTHER PEOPLE TUES 15 NOV, 8.30PM

DIR: DEB SHOVAL • USA • 2016 1 HR 25 MINS • AGE: 15+

DIR: CHRIS KELLY • USA • 2016 • 1 HR 37 MINS • AGE: 15+

Joey is an aimless young woman searching for direction in her small town in rural Pennsylvania. A visit to an Army recruiting office appears to provide her a path out but when she meets and falls in love with Rayna, a housewife neglected by her long-haul trucker husband, that path diverges in ways that neither woman anticipated. Writer-director Deb Shoval’s debut feature is a clear-eyed love story told with an impressive attention to details of small town working-class queer life that we rarely see on screen.

A struggling gay comedy writer (Jesse Plemons) returns to his childhood home, and his eccentric family, to care for his ailing mother (Molly Shannon) in an emotional story of everyday life and death. Based on his own experiences, Saturday Night Live comedy writer Chris Kelly premiered this hilarious and heartbreaking film at Sundance this year. With an excellent cast (Shannon and Plemons are outstanding), this is a moving “coming home” story that will resonate greatly with many LGBTQ+ people.

AH-GA-SSI

THE HANDMAIDEN WED 16 NOV, 6.20PM DIR: PARK CHAN-WOOK SOUTH KOREA • 2016 • 2 HRS 28 MINS SUBTITLED • AGE: 18+

From Park Chan-Wook, celebrated director of Oldboy, comes a ravishing epic new crime drama inspired by the novel Fingersmith by Sarah Waters. Transposing the story to 1930s-era colonial Korea, this sensual tale follows a handmaiden to a Japanese heiress who is secretly involved in a plot to defraud her. The Handmaiden borrows the most dynamic elements of Waters’ novel and combines it with Park’s singular vision to create an erotic, riveting and unforgettable film. Contains explicit sexual content and violence. Short introduction by Dr. Monica Pearl, University of Manchester.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

DOCUMENTARY

UNCLE HOWARD WED 16 NOV, 9.15PM DIR: AARON BROOKNER • UK/USA • 2016 1 HR 36 MINS • AGE: 15+

IMAGE: STRIKE A POSE

Uncle Howard tells the moving story of filmmaker Howard Brookner, and his nephew’s personal journey, 25 years after Howard’s death, to discover the legacy of a life and career cut short by AIDS. Brookner cut his creative teeth with an acclaimed 1983 documentary about iconic writer William Burroughs. Through conversations with Howard’s family and friends— including Jim Jarmusch and Robert Wilson— a picture emerges of a man who becomes more of an enigma as we learn more about him.

DOCUMENTARY

STRIKE A POSE THURS 17 NOV, 6.30PM

MULTIPLE MANIACS FRI 18 NOV, 9.30PM

DIR: ESTER GOULD & REIJER ZWAAN DIR: JOHN WATERS • USA • 1970 NETHERLANDS/BELGIUM • 2016 1 HR 30 MINS 1 HR 23 MINS • AGE: 12+

In 1990, seven young male dancers – 6 gay, 1 straight – joined Madonna on her most controversial tour. On stage and in the iconic Madonna film Truth or Dare they showed the world – and a whole generation of young queer people – how to “express yourself”. Strike a Pose introduces us to the dancers 25 years later, as they reveal the truth about life during and after the tour. One of Outburst’s favourite films of 2016 and an absolute must for Madonna fans.

In celebration of John Waters’ first visit to Belfast, Outburst presents a special one-off screening of his infamous 1970 film, Multiple Maniacs. Starring the legendary Divine, Waters’ second feature has only ever been released on VHS, so this restored print offers a rare opportunity to see what is arguably his most outrageous and transgressive film. This is punk, provocative, queer, irreverent cinema at its best (and worst) and definitely not for those with delicate or refined sensibilities. A rare treat for Waters fanatics.


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22/23

DOCUMENTARY

KIKI THURS 17 NOV, 8.45PM

DIR: SARA JORDENÖ • SWEDEN/USA • 2016 • 1 HR 34 MINS • AGE: 12+

Outburst is thrilled to welcome Twiggy Pucci Garçon and Chi Chi Mizrahi back to Belfast for a special screening of Kiki, the award-winning documentary featuring the performers from the House event at Outburst last year. In New York City, LGBTQ+ youth-of-color gather out on the Christopher Street Pier, practicing a performancebased artform, Ballroom, made famous in the early 1990s by Madonna’s music video Vogue and the documentary Paris Is Burning. Twenty-five years after these cultural touchstones, a new and very different generation of LGBTQ+ youth have formed an artistic activist subculture, named the Kiki Scene. We follow seven LGB and trans people from the Kiki community over the course of four years, their

preparations and spectacular performances, battles with homelessness, illness and prejudice as well as their gains towards political influence, the conquering of affirming gender-expressions and their preparations to leave home, some for the first time, to perform at a certain queer arts festival in Northern Ireland... Twiggy and Chi Chi will introduce Kiki with a special performance at 8.45pm before the film. And afterwards there’ll be music in the QFT bar with DJ and leading pioneer of Ballroom Culture in the UK, CVNT TRAXX, so you can make some moves if you’re feeling inspired! Wth thanks to Claire Hall, producer. Winner of the 2016 Teddy Award (Best Documentary), Berlin Film Festival.


GIVE THE GIFT OF FILM THIS CHRISTMAS (AND RECEIVE A LITTLE BONUS FOR YOURSELF!) If you’re looking for the perfect seasonal gift for a friend or loved one who cherishes the silver screen, then look no further than QFT’s Gold Membership Card. Not only will they receive member benefits including a bottle of wine on their first visit in our newly refurbished bar, discounted tickets, free matinees and more, you’ll also receive a pair of complimentary tickets for yourself so you can also experience the joy of film at a screening of your choice.

This offer is available for a limited time only (14 Nov – 11 Dec) directly from the QFT Box Office. The Gold Membership costs just £100 and will be showcased in a presentation box…so you don’t even need to wrap it! For the full list of membership benefits please visit queensfilmtheatre.com/Support Terms and conditions apply.


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SPECIAL EVENTS

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL

We are delighted to welcome the French Film Festival back to QFT for its 24th edition – featuring the crême de la crême of contemporary and classic French-speaking cinema.

FROM THE LAND OF THE MOON

CÉZANNE ET MOI

DIR: NICOLE GARCIA • FRANCE/BELGIUM • 2016 1 HR 56 MINS SUBTITLED • AGE: 15+

DIR: DANIÈLE THOMPSON • FRANCE • 2016 • 1 HR 57 MINS SUBTITLED • AGE: 12+

A sensual, independent-minded woman is considered a danger to herself and the natural order of society in Nicole Garcia’s languid, handsomely crafted adaptation of Italian author Milena Agus’s novel. The ingredients of an old-fashioned romantic weepie are given class and conviction, bolstered by fine and understated performances from Marion Cotillard and Louis Garrel.

A sumptuous 19th-century period drama by Danièle Thompson which stars Guillaume Gallienne as postimpressionist painter Paul Cézanne and Guillaume Canet as Émile Zola. Thompson’s sixth feature charts the decade-long friendship and eventual fallout between Cézanne, who was born into a wealthy family but struggled to make a living as a painter, and Zola, who came from a family of more straitened circumstances but achieved fame and prosperity as a politically-engaged novelist.

MON 7 NOV, 6.30PM

“Cotillard’s performance is luminous throughout.” – HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

MON 14 NOV, 6.30PM

“Propelled by the pleasure of wonderful literary prose and the visual magic of a masterful painter.” – MONDOCINÉ

IMAGE: CÉZANNE ET MOI

MAL DE PIERRES


SPECIAL EVENTS

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL

PEUR DE RIEN

PARISIENNE

THURS 17 NOV, 8.30PM

LA TORTUE ROUGE

THE RED TURTLE SAT 19 NOV, 1.00PM

DIR: DANIELLE ARBID • FRANCE • 2015 • 2 HRS • SUBTITLED AGE: 15+

DIR: MICHAEL DUDOK DE WIT • JAPAN/FRANCE/BELGIUM 2016 • 1 HR 20 MINS

The luminous fourth feature from Danielle Arbid (Beirut Hotel) is a coming-of-age story about a young woman from Beirut whose relationships and encounters reveal different facets of her new country, and of herself.

The first international co-production from renowned Japanese animation giant Studio Ghibli enlists the talents of Dutch animator Michael Dudok de Wit, who co-wrote the film with French filmmaker Pascale Ferran, for a wondrous story about the unlikely friendship between a castaway on a deserted island and an enormous sea turtle.

Lina (promising newcomer Manal Issa) is 18 years old, serious, and strong-willed. She’s just arrived in Paris from Beirut to start university and had planned to stay with her uncle, but he turns out to have an unhealthy interest in her. She flees and finds herself on the street. Luckily, she has a magnetic charm that draws people to her. It’s not long before new school friends offer her a place to stay and Lina begins her immersion in Paris life. Using a fluid, intimate style, Arbid charts the stages of Lina’s evolution – in intellectual, emotional, and sexual terms – from naive migrant to the Parisienne of the title.

The Red Turtle luxuriates in the magic of life and the cycles of nature. Its languorous, entirely wordless storytelling arouses the senses, inspires wonder, and invites viewers to cast themselves in the central role. All the hallmarks of a Ghibli film are here – not least of all, the studio’s compassionate treatment of humanist themes – rendered in de Wit’s singular animation style. It’s an artistic partnership that has given us one of the year’s finest cinematic experiences.


26/27

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FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL

THE MARSEILLE TRILOGY Marcel Pagnol’s beautifully wrought romantic dramas known as The Marseille Trilogy spans 20 years in the lives of its lead characters. The trilogy has been restored in collaboration with his grandson, Nicolas Pagnol.

Pagnol’s original play was a huge stage hit. With the arrival of sound, Pagnol seized the opportunity to adapt it to film. Marius, the first instalment, is set in the colourful Old Port of Marseille, where ordinary but lovable characters are coping with everyday problems. There’s Marius, a humble barkeeper who is torn between his wanderlust for exotic ports of call and his unspoken love for Fanny, the fishmonger’s beautiful daughter, who harbours a secret love of her own. Marc Allégret took over directorial duties for the luminous second instalment, Fanny, and Pagnol himself directed the final film in his trilogy, César, set 20 years after Marius. The three films poignantly explore the drama and humour inherent in the relationships of these unforgettable characters. To describe the story of each film would only contain spoilers so we’ll leave that for you to discover! These are three QFT Sunday matinees you don’t want to miss.

MARIUS

SUN 6 NOV, 3.00PM

DIR: ALEXANDER KORDA • FRANCE • 1931 • 2 HRS 10 MINS SUBTITLED • AGE: 12+

FANNY

SUN 13 NOV, 1.00PM

DIR: MARC ALLÉGRET • FRANCE • 1932 • 2 HRS • SUBTITLED AGE: 12+

CÉSAR

SUN 20 NOV, 3.00PM

DIR: MARCEL PAGNOL • FRANCE • 1936 • 1 HR 57 MINS SUBTITLED • AGE: 12+


SPECIAL EVENTS

REBEL WITH A CAMERA:

THE CINEMA OF OUSMANE SEMBÈNE

Ousmane Sembène, otherwise known as the father of African cinema, is one of the key figures of world cinema, and yet his works—still relevant today—remain unknown to many.

alongside three of Sembène’s films explored in the documentary: Xala, Moolaadé and Black Girl, each of which was in itself a key and groundbreaking work of world cinema.

Through this programme we will explore his work through the new and highly acclaimed documentary Sembène!, capturing the life of this prolific filmmaker. This will be screened

The programme is coordinated by Aya Distribution with the support of the BFI, awarding funds from The National Lottery.


28/29

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DOCUMENTARY

SEMBÈNE!

MOOLAADÉ

DIR: SAMBA GADJIGO & JASON SILVERMAN • SENEGAL/USA 2015 • 1 HR 29 MINS • PARTIALLY SUBTITLED

DIR: OUSMANE SEMBÈNE • SENEGAL/VARIOUS • 2004 2 HRS 5 MINS • SUBTITLED

In 1952, Ousmane Sembène, a dockworker and fifth-grade dropout from Senegal, began dreaming an impossible dream: to become the storyteller for a new Africa.

Colle Gallo Ardo Sy, a circumcised woman, has managed to help her only daughter escape from the ritual of ‘purification’ organised every seven years. Now that the next ritual is about to happen, four young girls have fled from the village to escape from excision. Moolaadé is a moving, embracing and life-affirming film with the power to change long-held attitudes, a film regarded as Sembène’s masterpiece, made when he was already 81 years old. 35mm screening.

TUES 8 NOV, 6.30PM

This feature-length documentary tells the unbelievable true story of the “father of African cinema”, the selftaught novelist and filmmaker who fought, against enormous odds, a monumental, 50-year-long battle to give African stories to Africans. Sembène! is told through the experiences of the man who knew him best, colleague and biographer Samba Gadjigo, using rare archival footage and more than 100 hours of exclusive material. A true-life epic, Sembène! follows an ordinary man who transformed himself into a fearless spokesperson for the marginalised, becoming a hero to millions.

XALA

TUES 15 NOV, 9.00PM

DIR: OUSMANE SEMBÈNE • SENEGAL • 1974 • 2 HRS 3 MINS SUBTITLED

A businessman is struck with impotence and his attempts at a cure prove disastrous. In this fierce satire, Ousmane Sembène lashes the bourgeoisie of an unnamed, newly independent, African state (but clearly Senegal) for their slavish imitation of their past colonial masters, down to their corruption and conspicuous consumption. 35mm screening.

WED 9 NOV, 6.30PM

LA NOIRE DE…

BLACK GIRL MON 28 NOV, 6.30PM DIR: OUSMANE SEMBÈNE • SENEGAL/FRANCE • 1966 1 HR 5 MINS • SUBTITLED

Ousmane Sembène’s first feature is by turns tough, swift, and true in its aim. The film tells the tragic story of Diouana, a young Senegalese woman who finds work as a childminder for a French couple in Dakar. When the couple return to the south of France, she goes with them, dreaming of a life of luxury and fine clothes on the Côte d’Azur. However, things don’t turn out as she planned. Sembène’s “perfect short story,” wrote Manny Farber, “is unlike anything in the film library: translucent and no tricks, amazingly pure, but spiritualized.” A formative and eye-opening work, and one of Sembène’s finest.


SPECIAL EVENTS

LONDON KOREAN FILM FESTIVAL 2016 QFT is delighted to present a selection of films from the London Korean Film Festival as part of their 2016 UK tour.

URI SAENGAE CHOEGO-UI SUNGAN

FOREVER THE MOMENT FRI 25 NOV, 6.30PM

FOURTH PLACE SAT 26 NOV, 6.30PM

BIMILEUN EOPDA

THE TRUTH BENEATH SUN 27 NOV, 6.30PM

DIR: YIM SOON-RYE • SOUTH KOREA 2007 • 2 HRS 4 MINS • SUBTITLED • AGE: 12+

DIR: JUNG JI-WOO • SOUTH KOREA 2015 • 2 HRS • SUBTITLED • AGE: 15+

DIR: LEE KYOUNG-MI • SOUTH KOREA 2016 • 1 HR 43 MINS • SUBTITLED • AGE: 18+

Inspired by real events, Yim Soon-rye’s drama about the South Korean women’s handball team was a smash hit in Korea with 4 million admissions in six weeks. The film chronicles the events leading up to the 2004 Athens Olympics, depicting the challenges in the professional and family lives of these extraordinary women. 35mm screening.

In Fourth Place, an overeager mother sees her son as a potential swimming champion and puts him in the hands of a merciless coach. Eungyo (2012) director Jung Ji-woo puts together a compelling character study that highlights dangerous ambition in a country where parents have been known to push their children to extremes to overtake their peers.

Lee Kyoung-mi’s acclaimed feature debut Crush and Blush (2008) was produced by Park Chan-wook, and eight years later she returns with a similarly innovative and daring film cowritten by Park. The film follows the wife of an aspiring politician, determined to find their missing daughter who disappeared on the first day of a national election campaign. What she discovers is a twisted web of conspiracy and lies. Also see: TRAIN TO BUSAN (page 7) and THE HANDMAIDEN (page 21)


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LIVE EVENTS RSC LIVE

KING LEAR (ENCORE) SAT 5 NOV, 2.00PM

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE

NO MAN’S LAND THURS 15 DEC, 7.00PM

RSC LIVE

THE TEMPEST WED 11 JAN 2017, 7.00PM

3 HRS 30 MINS (INCL. INTERVAL)

2 HRS 30 MINS APPROX. (INCL. INTERVAL)

3 HRS 30 MINS TBC (INCL. INTERVAL)

Antony Sher returns to the RSC to play King Lear, one of the greatest parts written by Shakespeare in this, one of Shakespeare’s most epic and powerful plays. Join us for this encore screening directed by RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran and recorded live at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Following their hit run on Broadway, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart return to the West End stage in Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land, broadcast live to cinemas from Wyndham’s Theatre, London. Also starring Owen Teale and Damien Molony, don’t miss this glorious revival of Pinter’s comic classic. The broadcast will be followed by an exclusive Q&A with the cast and director Sean Mathias..

The Tempest will be brought to life on the Royal Shakespeare Company stage with the help of Intel and Andy Serkis’ Imaginarium, featuring some of today’s most advanced technology in a bold reimagining of this magical play. Simon Russell Beale returns to the RSC after 20 years to play Prospero in a production directed by Artistic Director Gregory Doran.

TICKETS Live: £15 (£12.50 concessions and Film Card holders) Encore: £12.50 (£10 concessions and Film Card holders)


AT A GLANCE

Times are subject to change. Please check queensfilmtheatre.com for up-to-date information.

NOVEMBER DATE

EVENT

TIME

Fri 4

The Light Between Oceans You’ve Been Trumped Too Train to Busan

6.20pm/9.00pm 6.30pm 9.10pm

Sat 5

RSC Live: King Lear The Light Between Oceans Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise You’ve Been Trumped Too + Q&A Train to Busan

2.00pm 2.10pm/6.20pm/9.00pm

You’ve Been Trumped Too Marius Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise 35mm: Quay Brothers + CinePunked discussion The Light Between Oceans Train to Busan

2.30pm 3.00pm

Mon 7

The Light Between Oceans From the Land of the Moon Train to Busan

6.20pm/9.00pm 6.30pm 9.10pm

Tues 8

The Light Between Oceans Sembène! Train to Busan

6.20pm/9.00pm 6.30pm 9.10pm

The Light Between Oceans Moolaadé Train to Busan

6.20pm/9.00pm 6.30pm 9.10pm

Sun 6

Wed 9

4.50pm 6.30pm 9.10pm

4.20pm

Thurs 17 The Light Between Oceans Strike a Pose Parisienne Kiki + performance

6.00pm 6.30pm 8.30pm 8.45pm

Fri 18

The Innocents Gimme Danger Nocturnal Animals Multiple Maniacs

6.20pm 6.30pm 8.45pm 9.30pm

Sat 19

The Red Turtle Nocturnal Animals The Innocents The Crying Game Gimme Danger

1.00pm 3.00pm/8.45pm 6.20pm 6.30pm 9.00pm

Sun 20

Bird César The Butler The Innocents Nocturnal Animals Gimme Danger

2.30pm 3.00pm 5.30pm 5.40pm 8.00pm 8.10pm

Mon 21

Nocturnal Animals Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai The Innocents Gimme Danger

6.20pm

Tues 22

Nocturnal Animals Panic Room The Innocents Gimme Danger

6.20pm 6.30pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Wed 23

Nocturnal Animals A Rage in Harlem The Innocents Gimme Danger

6.20pm 6.30pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

5.40pm 6.00pm/8.40pm 8.00pm

6.30pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Thurs 10 The Light Between Oceans Revolution: New Art for a New World Train to Busan

6.20pm/9.00pm

Fri 11

The Light Between Oceans Boyz n the Hood Viva Swiss Army Man

6.20pm 6.30pm 8.50pm 9.00pm

Sat 12

The Curious World of Hieronymus Bosch Britain on Film: Railways The Light Between Oceans Boyz n the Hood Viva Swiss Army Man

4.20pm 4.30pm 6.20pm 6.30pm 8.50pm 9.00pm

Napoleon Fanny Testament of Youth + intro The Light Between Oceans Boyz n the Hood Swiss Army Man Viva

12.00pm 1.00pm 3.30pm 6.20pm 6.50pm 9.00pm 9.10pm

The Light Between Oceans Cézanne et moi Swiss Army Man Boyz n the Hood

6.20pm 6.30pm 9.00pm 9.10pm

The Light Between Oceans (Access screening) AWOL Other People Xala

6.20pm 6.30pm 8.30pm 9.00pm

DECEMBER

The Light Between Oceans The Handmaiden Alan Bennett’s Diaries Live Uncle Howard

5.00pm 6.20pm 8.00pm 9.15pm

DATE

EVENT

TIME

Thurs 1

A United Kingdom Paterson One More Time With Feeling

6.20pm/9.00pm 6.30pm 8.40pm

Sun 13

Mon 14

Tues 15

Wed 16

6.30pm 9.10pm

Thurs 24 Nocturnal Animals The Last King of Scotland The Innocents Gimme Danger

6.20pm 6.30pm 8.45pm 9.00pm

Fri 25

A United Kingdom Forever the Moment Paterson

6.20pm/8.40pm 6.30pm 9.00pm

Sat 26

BAFTA & British Council: Short Sighted Britain on Film: Railways Paterson A United Kingdom Fourth Place

11.00am-6.00pm 2.00pm 4.00pm/9.00pm 6.20pm/8.40pm 6.30pm

Sun 27

In Pursuit of Silence A United Kingdom The Truth Beneath Paterson

4.00pm 6.00pm/8.20pm 6.30pm 8.45pm

Mon 28

A United Kingdom Black Girl Paterson

6.20pm/8.40pm 6.30pm 8.20pm

Tues 29 – A United Kingdom Wed 30 In Pursuit of Silence Paterson

6.20pm/8.40pm 6.30pm 8.20pm


QFT November 2016