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40 Days To Learn Film

Directed by Mark Cousins

Award winning director Mark Cousins recently treated film students/lovers to a passionate and personal visual talk on movies. This is not only an invaluable resource but a wonderful insight into film.

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Welcome to Northern Ireland

Directed by Michael MacBroom

A down-on-his-luck expat returns to Northern Ireland after many years away. Upon arrival he is struck by the prosperity and throngs of tourists he sees. Filled with optimism and with the help of some public funding administered through a local business man and evangelist, he embarks on becoming a tour guide.

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11:59 pm
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To See A Lighthouse

Directed by Will McConnell

A man steals his deceased friend's laptop and starts to explore it's contents. So begins a poetic meditation on the meaning of friendship, loss, mourning and humanity in the digital age.

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9:59 am
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The Kiosk

Directed by Neal Hughes

A look through the eyes of a Barista serving coffee from a little Coffee Kiosk in the centre of Belfast.

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The Kiosk
11:59 pm
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Winterbeast

Directed by Christopher Thies

Concluding our lovingly curated season of films that rhyme with the word yeast is Christopher Thies' 1992 blue collar horror rip in the space-time continuum, Winterbeast.

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Winterbeast
8:00 pm £3

Wild Beasts

Directed by Franco Prosperi

Continuing our handpicked season of films with the letter B in the title, we present the very culmination of over 3.5 billion years of animal evolution on planet earth, WILD BEASTS.

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Wildbeasts
8:00 pm £3