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Suffragette

Directed by Sarah Gavron

As part of the Assembly Women’s Week programme you are invited to a screening of ‘Suffragette’ followed by a conversation with Helen Pankhurst, great grand-daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst.

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6:30pm £Free
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The Rocket

Directed by Kim Mordaunt

  • 2013
  • 100 mins
  • Lao

Banned in the country in which it was shot due to its depiction of government-backed dam projects, The Rocket is the first internationally released feature film set in Laos.

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7:00pm £4

Ruin

Directed by Michael Cody, Amiel Courtin-Wilson

  • 2013
  • 96 min mins
  • Khmer

Ruin is an impressionistic fable - the story of Phirun and Sovanna, two young lovers drawn together who escape a brutal and exploitative world of crime and violence in modern day Cambodia.

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8:00pm £4

Nuoc 2030

Directed by Minh Nguyen-Vo

  • 2014
  • 98 mins
  • Vietnamese

Taking place in the near future after climate change has flooded the plains of southern Vietnam, Nuoc (meaning 'water') mixes sci-fi, mystery and romance.

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8:00pm £4

Jaco

Directed by Stephen Kijak & Paul Marchand

  • 2015
  • 110 mins

As part of Brilliant Corners - a festival of jazz in Belfast, presented by Moving On Music

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7:00pm £5/£3

Black Wax

Directed by Robert Mugge

  • USA
  • 1982
  • 80 mins
  • English

As part of Brilliant Corners - a festival of jazz in Belfast, presented by Moving On Music

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7:00pm £5/£3

Our School

Directed by Mona Nicoara, Miruna Coca-Cozma

  • Romania
  • 2011
  • Romanian

Presented by The Belfast Film Festival, with The Mac and the Romanian Roma Community Association of Northern Ireland (RRCANI)

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1:00pm £Free
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The Baby

Directed by Ted Post

  • 1973

An A-list director. A jaw-dropping storyline. And depraved depictions of suburban violence, 70s fashions and 'sick love'.

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8:00pm £3

School in the Crosshairs

Directed by Nobuhiko Ôbayashi

Mayumura Taku's juvenile novel Nerawareta Gakuen has been the subject of several film and television adaptations, but this 1981 film from director Obayashi Nobuhiko ('Hausu' 1977) remains the best-known incarnation.

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8:00pm £3

Dangerous Seductress

Directed by H. Tjut Djalil

Halloween, like Christmas, isn't all about fun. It's not just about binge drinking and vomiting down city centre alleyways dressed up like a prostitute pretending to be a cartoon witch.

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8:00pm £3