Belfast Film Festival

11th – 20th April 2019

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Splash at the Seaside

Directed by Ron Howard

Daytime screening of 80's fantasy romcom Splash. The location is the beautiful West Strand at Portrush and we will have picnic area for the audience to sit. Bring a blanket and your own refreshments to enjoy the movies. Onsite food and drink will

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£6

The Fog at the Seaside

Directed by John Carpenter

Late night horror screening of The Fog in a spooky seaside setting. The location is the beautiful West Strand at Portrush and we will have a picnic area for the audience to sit. Bring a blanket and your own refreshments to enjoy the movies. Onsite food and drink will also be available.

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£6

Jaws at the Seaside

Directed by Steven Spielberg

Evening screening of Spielberg's thriller Jaws. The location is the beautiful West Strand at Portrush and we will have picnic area for the audience to sit. Bring a blanket and your own refreshments to enjoy the movies. Onsite food and drink will also be available.

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£6

The Little Mermaid at the Seaside

Directed by John Musker & Ron Clements

Matinee picnic style screening of Disney classic The Little Mermaid. The location is the beautiful West Strand at Portrush and we will have picnic area for the audience to sit. Bring a blanket and your own refreshments to enjoy the movies. Onsite food and drink will also be available.

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£6

Rik Night

A special celebration of the late, great Rik Mayall. From The Young Ones to Blackadder, join our host Paul Currie as we celebrate Rik's finest moments…

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£6

The Good Lie – Refugee Week

Directed by Philippe Falardeau

  • UK
  • 2014
  • 110 mins
  • English

Four young Sudanese refugees (some of the Lost Boys of Sudan) are helped by Carrie Davis, a brash American woman, after they win a lottery for relocation to the United States.

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£Free

The African Queen

Directed by John Huston

  • USA
  • 1951
  • 106 mins

Presented as part of the Tall Ships Festival. In Africa during WWI, a gin-swilling riverboat captain is persuaded by a strait-laced missionary to use his boat to attack an enemy warship. Strong performances from Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn distinguish this classic romantic adventure.

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£Free

Swallows and Amazons

Directed by Claude Whatham

  • UK
  • 1977
  • 92 mins
  • English

Claude Whatham directs this charming adaptation of the classic novel by Arthur Ransome. It is a story set in 1929, where four children travel on holiday to the Lake District. The film is all about the children's adventures, relationships and rivalry. A timeless family classic!

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£Free

Lifeboat

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

  • USA
  • 1944
  • 96 mins
  • English

In this tense Alfred Hitchcock thriller, based on a John Steinbeck novella, American and British civilians who have survived the sinking of their ship by a German submarine struggle to reach land in a crowded lifeboat.

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£Free

Gabbeh

Directed by Mohsen Makhmalbaf

  • Iran
  • 1996
  • 76 mins
  • Persian

Quite possibly the most eye poppingly gorgeous film ever made, this sumptuous allegorical tale focuses on an almost extinct nomadic tribe of South Eastern Iran who are famed for their intricately designed Persian "Gabbeh" carpets.

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£4

Fish and Cat

Directed by Shahram Mokri

  • Iran
  • 2013
  • 134 mins
  • Dari

Told in one single stunning shot this gripping film succeeds in ‘unhinging’ time to create a strange, haunting feel to seemingly everyday events.

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£4

The Apple

Directed by Samira Makhmalbaf

  • Iran
  • 1998
  • 83 mins
  • Farsi

This turns the real-life story of the protective incarceration of two young girls by their father into an allegory of deliverance and redemption.

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£4