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Moviedrome presents…X:The Man with the X-Ray Eyes

Directed by Roger Corman

Alex Cox said: "The Man with the X-ray Eyes, made for AIP, one of the all-time greatest exploitation houses, is a totally mad film with good ideas and cheesy special effects. However, it does have a splendidly surreal opening shot - 30 seconds of something you don’t want to see…"

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X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963)
9:00pm £5

Moviedrome presents…Diva

Directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix

Jean-Jacques Beineix (Betty Blue, 5th Element) made a catchy debut as a director with this slick, defiantly superficial 1982 movie about a young mail carrier who illegally records a performance by an opera singer, then gets the tape mixed up with evidence that could incriminate gangsters.

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Diva
8:00pm £5

The Love Witch

We are no longer showing this film as part of the Belfast Film Festival 2017. The Love Witch will have its theatrical release in Queens Film Theatre on Friday 17th March and will run until Monday 20th March.

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Dude Bro Party Massacre III

Directed by Tomm Jacobsen/Michael Rousselet/Jon Salmon

A satirical twist on the gory and sexually charged 1980’s slasher genre, ‘Dude Bro Party Massacre III’ is presented as the only surviving VHS copy of the reviled horror franchise’s third, and final, instalment. 

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dude bro massacre
9:30pm £6

To Kill A Man

Directed by Alejandro Fernández Almendras

When he and his family are terrorised by a gang of street thugs and failed by law enforcement, a timid man turns blundering vigilante.

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to-kill-a-man
6:00pm £4

The Nobodies

Directed by Juan Sebastián Mesa

In the mountain city of Medellin, a group of young disenchanted dreamers are united by wanderlust, street art and music.

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the nobodies
6:00pm £4

Sealed Cargo

Directed by Julia Vargas-Weise

A steam train under the control of an old anarchist driver and an ambitious police captain transports a cargo of toxic waste that turns out to be cursed.

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sealed_cargo
6:00pm £4

Wanda

Directed by Barbara Loden

Opening a weekend of feminist film is the independent cinema classic, Wanda. Directed by (and written by and starring) Barbara Loden, the film follows Wanda as she drifts on the periphery of society.

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Wanda
8:00pm £5

Maeve

Directed by Pat Murphy & John Davies

Set in Belfast during the Troubles, protagonist Maeve (Mary Jackson) comes home from London for a visit where she encounters characters from her past such as her ex-boyfriend Liam (John Keegan) and her sister Roisin(Brid Brennan).

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Maeve
1:00pm £5

Riddles Of The Sphinx

Directed by Laura Mulvey & Peter Wollen

Laura Mulvey is most well-known for her seminal essay Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema which challenges Hollywood cinema’s positioning of woman as object of male visual pleasure.

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sphinx
6:00pm £5