Belfast Film Festival

1 – 9 April 2020


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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

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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Selma at Parliament Buildings, Stormont

Directed by Ava DuVernay

  • USA
  • 2014
  • 127 mins
  • English

Mitchel McLaughlin MLA, Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly in conjunction with the US Consulate cordially invites you to the Northern Ireland pre-screening of the Oscar nominated film Selma. The event is held in partnership with The Belfast Film Festival.

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Dark Days

Directed by Marc Singer

As part of Homelessness Awareness Week, Filmgoer presents Marc Singer's Sundance award-winning documentary, Dark Days.

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£3 (Donation)

The Overnighters

Directed by Jesse Moss

As part of Homelessness Awareness Week, Filmgoer presents the Northern Ireland premiere of award-winning documentary The Overnighters. The film tells the evocative human story of an outdated, broken American Dream and has been called "a modern-day Grapes of Wrath".

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On the Silver Globe

Directed by On the Silver Globe

  • Poland
  • 1988
  • 157 mins
  • Polish

"One of cinema's most stunning extravagances and the most frightening art film you will ever see" says Film Comment's Michael Atkinson about this banned science fiction epic by controversial director Andrej Zulawski.

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On The Silver Globe