Belfast Film Festival

1 – 9 April 2020


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Night Train To Terror

One plus one plus one plus one equals zero.....In 1985 Night Train To Terror proclaimed a new dawn in satanic antimathematics by deviously adding four narratives together to create absolutely zero narrative whatsoever.

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8:00 pm £3

Don Patricio

Directed by Michael Anderson

Belfast Film Festival and QFT present a special screening and Q&A. Don Patricio follows three ordinary football fans around the world – Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, England, Spain, Mexico – as they try to resurrect a fallen and forgotten Irish football hero.

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6:20 pm £10


Directed by Lynne Ramsay

  • UK
  • 1999
  • 94 mins
  • English

An unabashed kid navigates the filthy world of 1973 Glasgow, preoccupying himself with the equally poor youth around him.

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7:00 pm £3

The Lunchbox

Directed by Ritesh Batra

A mistaken delivery in Mumbai's famously efficient lunchbox delivery system leads to a relationship between a lonely widower close to retirement, and an unhappy housewife as they start exchanging notes through the daily lunchbox. Bring your own packed lunch to the screening and enjoy the show!

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7:00 pm £5

The Trip to Spain

Directed by Michael Winterbottom

Comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon go on a culinary grand tour from the port city of Santander to Málaga on the Mediterranean coast. Bring your own vino to the screening and enjoy the show!

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7:00 pm £5

Patrick Still Lives

Directed by Mario Landi

In it's unending efforts to alienate it's already perilously nanoscopic audience, Ulster Film Office proudly presents Patrick Vive Ancora, generally regarded as not only not the greatest sequel ever but also the greatest film in absolutely no one's list of greatest ever Italian films.

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8:00 pm £3


Directed by Jonathan Olshefski

Filmed over the course of eight years, filmmaker Jonathan Olshefski’s documentary chronicles the daily struggles and successes of the Raineys, an African- American family living in Philadelphia.

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8:00 pm £4


Directed by Ariel Kleiman

On the edge of a crumbling city, a self appointed patriarch Gregori, played with charisma and menace by Vincent Cassel (La Haine, Black Swan) presides over a sequestered commune of single mothers and their children.

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8:00 pm £4