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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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8:00pm £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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8:00pm £4


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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8:00pm £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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8:00pm £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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7:00pm £FREE