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Listen Up Philip

Directed by Alex Ross Perry

As thought-provoking as it is uncompromising, Jason Schwartzman shines as a self-absorbed writer who doesn’t quite learn the err of his ways in Alex Ross Perry’s sharp and darkly funny third feature.

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An Bronntanas

Directed by Tommy Collins

Due to a double booking by the venue, we regret to inform you that this event has been cancelled. Customers who have purchased tickets will receive a full refund in the next 24 hours

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Second Coming

Directed by Debbie Tucker Green

A married, middle-class London couple are shocked when they seem to have been blessed - or cursed - with an immaculate conception, in the provocative second feature by award-winning British playwright Debbie Tucker Green

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Still

Directed by Simon Blake

“You’re an accident waiting to happen,” replies Rachel to her ex-husband, Carver (Aiden Gillen), in writer/director Simon Blake’s gritty, surprisingly poignant thriller.

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Rosewater

Directed by JON STEWART

Rosewater is based on The New York Times best-selling memoir written by Maziar Bahari. The film marks the directorial debut of “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart, and stars Gael García Bernal.

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Magical Girl

Directed by Carlos Vermut

Desperate to fulfill his terminally ill daughter’s last wish, a grief-stricken man plunges into a vortex of blackmail, deception and double-cross, in this deliriously stylized noir thriller.

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Horse Money

Directed by Pedro Costa

Placed 3rd in Sight and Sound’s best films of 2014. Portugal’s Pedro Costa returns to a familiar cast of characters for a hauntingly beautiful contemplation of his country’s tumultuous past and uncertain future.

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The Survivalist

Directed by Stephen Fingleton

The Survivalist tells the tale of a ruthless loner who lives off a small plot of land in post-collapse Northern Ireland. When two women find his cabin, the film becomes a tense thriller as food and trust quickly run into short supply.

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Opening & Closing
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The Tribe

Directed by Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy

Love and hate need no translation. A smash success at Cannes, this stunning film focuses on a gang of deaf students whose extra-curricular activities include robbery, prostitution and aggravated assault.

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