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The Transfiguration

Directed by Michael O'Shea

Troubled teen Milo hides behind his fascination with vampire lore. When he meets the equally alienated Sophie, the two form a bond that begins to challenge Milo’s dark obsession, blurring his fantasy into reality.

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8:00 pm £4

Detour

Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer

Virtually ignored upon its initial release in 1945, but was later championed by film critics and directors such as Martin Scorsese as one of the high points of the film noir genre.

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8:00 pm £4

Death of Louis XIV

Directed by Albert Serra

Albert Serra shows us that monumental events can be conveyed through the smallest of details. A series of exquisitely composed images, each one lit like an Old Master painting with the glow of candlelight, present us the last days in the life of one of the most powerful monarchs in modern history.

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8:00 pm £4

In the Bleak Midwinter

Directed by Kenneth Branagh

In Kenneth Branagh's funniest film an out-of-work actor on the verge of a nervous break-down decides to put on a production of Hamlet in a church.  What better location to see this under appreciated gem than in the beautiful Rosemary Street Church.

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7:00 pm £FREE

The Stranger

Directed by Orson Welles

Starring Edward G. Robinson, Loretta Young, and Orson Welles. It was Welles’s third completed feature film as director. A drama about a war crimes investigator who tracks a high-ranking Nazi fugitive to a New England town

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The Stranger
6:00 pm £5/3

Hill of Pleasures

Directed by Maria Augusta Ramos

In 2011, law and order was restored by military operation in the Hill of Pleasures slum in Rio de Janeiro. The Police Pacification Unit became the tool of Brazil’s new policy of conquering citizenship. So how do residents of the Hill and policemen deal with this new situation?

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Hill Of Pleasures
8:00 pm £5/3

Rumble Fish

Directed by Francis Ford Coppola

An intriguing anomaly in the career of Francis Ford Coppola, Rumble Fish initially baffled cinema audiences and studio executives with its arthouse-meets-film noir style.

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Rumble Fish
6:00 pm £5/3

Tharlo

Directed by Pema Tseden

Tibet, a country that finds itself at a crossroads between tradition and modernity, the rudimentary rural existence and the temptations of the city, is the subject as well as the backdrop of this strikingly beautiful fable.

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Tharlo
8:00 pm £5/3