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Filmgoer Team Zissou Night

Directed by Wes Anderson

We want you on Team Zissou! If the answer’s yes (it’s got to be) get yourself a red cap and a Speedo and join us on board the Belfast Barge. a night of oceanographic adventure, film, music and dancing awaits!

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£7

Documenta – The Happening

Belfast’s purveyors of ‘Drone Pop’, and one of the most exciting live propositions around, Documenta could never be accused of just churning it out or phoning it in. Every gig is a happening. And this is a one-off happening.

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£6

The Soiled Shorts III

Come scratch and sniff our third annual display of stained and streaked cinema gussets. Nine nasty nuggets of netherwear gnarl fished from the sweaty sportsbags of the world’s finest young film makers.

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£5

Lady Terminator

Directed by H. Tjut Djalil

  • Indonesia
  • 1989
  • 82 mins

So impressed was Hollywood Avatar fool James Cameron with H Tjut Djalil’s blockbusting Indonesian action epic Lady Terminator that he immediately cobbled together his own ripoff effort, The Terminator.

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lady terminator
£5

The Tingler

Directed by William Castle

The poster for “The Tingler” issued an ominous warning: “When the screen screams you’ll scream too if you value your life!”

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£6

The Borderlands

Directed by Elliot Goldner

Don’t believe everything you see! A team of Vatican investigators are sent to the British West Country to look into reports of paranormal activity during a Christening at a newly re-opened remote church.

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£5

LFO

Directed by Antonio Tublén

A solitary man discovers audio frequencies that open the human mind wide to hypnotic suggestion in this slyly deadpan dark comedy from Sweden.

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Escape From Tomorrow

Directed by Randy Moore

The most provocative film from the Sundance Film Festival, Escape From Tomorrow should not exist, and yet it does. Like nothing you’ve ever seen, Randy Moore’s directorial debut is a bold and ingenious trip into the happiest place on earth.

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£6

Deadlock

Directed by Roland Klick

  • West Germany
  • 1970
  • 95 mins

Roland Klick’s flea bitten contemporary acid western recalls Terrence Malick and Zabriskie Point. Another way of framing it is “El Topo with machine guns”.

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deadlock
£5

Visitors

Directed by Godfrey Reggio

  • USA
  • 2013
  • 87 mins

Famous for the Qatsi trilogy of Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqqatsi, and Naqoyqatsi, director Godfrey Reggio has made another exquisite visual poem in Visitors, his first film in over a decade.

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£6