Belfast Film Festival

11th – 20th April 2019

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Cinema Paradiso

Directed by Giuseppe Tornatore

Join Brian Henry Martin who will be introducing this Italian masterpiece 30 years on. And there’s nowhere better to watch it than in Screen 2 of the Strand - the original front stalls!

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Cinema Paradiso
£5

Cinema Sports

Ever wanted to make a short film but never had the time? For one day ONLY, we will give you the time! No censor, no boundaries, pure gonzo filmmaking. Special prizes for special categories. Cinema Sports Screening is a bring your own venue, strictly over 18’s.

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Cinema Sports
£3

Elvis Dead

In Sam Raimi's horror classic, a man is tormented by demons and his own severed hand. All the story needed was a few tunes by the King of Rock’n’Roll. Are you gruesome tonight? The comedy hit splicing Evil Dead 2 and Elvis songs.

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Elvis Dead
£8

Film Noir at Sixty6: Sunset Boulevard

Directed by Billy Wilder

The National presents its second evening of Film Noir at Sixty6 with Sunset Boulevard. Set in the confines of one of Belfast's most stunning cocktail bars sympathetically restored to its original period features from the 1890s, experience an evening of Film Noir in style!

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£12
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Ravenous

Directed by Robin Aubert

In a small, remote village in upstate Quebec, things have changed. Locals are not the same anymore, their bodies are breaking down and they have turned against their loved ones. A handful of survivors go into hiding in the woods, looking for others like them.

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£6

The Cured

Directed by David Freyne

What if flesh-eating zombies were returned to their old lives – and had to reintegrate back into an unforgiving society? Ellen Page and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor star in an original, innovative and surprising post- zombie film from Ireland.

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£6

The Other Side of Everything

Directed by Mila Turajlic

Positioned in a Belgrade apartment, we are introduced to academic and feminist activist Srbijanka Turajlic. She is being interviewed by her filmmaker daughter, Mia, who uses her mother as a prism through which to describe the complex politics, identities and history of the former Yugoslavia.

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£6