Belfast Film Festival

11th – 20th April 2019

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Polifonia Basca

Directed by Joan Salicrú, Ariadna Vazquez

After a lifetime devoted to the investigation of the Basque conflict, the Catalan journalist Antoni Batista returns to the Basque country to see how the situation has evolved since ETA announced the end of its violent activity five years ago.

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Polifonia Basca
£6

Columbus

Directed by Kogonada

The quietly stirring, exquisitely photographed Columbus is an art house gem that beautifully illuminates not only the architecture of a small Indiana town, but also the characters who inhabit it.

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£6

The Bookshop

Directed by Isabel Coixet

Directed by Isabel Coixet and starring Bill Nighy and Emily Mortimer. A woman in a small town in 1959 England decides, against polite but ruthless local opposition, to open a bookshop. By exposing the locals to cutting-edge literature of the day such as Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’ and Ray Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’, she sows the seeds of an awakening in the conservative town.

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Pin Cushion

Directed by Deborah Haywood

Iona and her mother are new in town and excited about starting a new chapter in their lives, but things don’t go as they hoped in this off-kilter, heart-wrenching film about two generations of outcasts.

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Kissing Candice

Directed by Aoife McArdle

Candice longs to escape the boredom of her seaside town, but when a boy she dreams about turns up in real life, she becomes involved with a dangerous local gang, in Northern Irish director Aoife McArdle’s feature debut.

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The Divine Order

Directed by Petra Biondina Volpe

Nora is a young housewife and mother who lives in 1971 with her husband and two sons in a quiet Swiss village. Here little is known about the social upheavals of the 1968 movement. The village and family peace, however, dwindles as Nora begins to work for women’s voting rights.

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Let The Corpses Tan

Directed by Hélène Cattet, Bruno Forzani

Let the Corpses Tan is a wicked distillation of action cinema’s core cinematographic ingredients (from crash zooms to whip pans), now radically redeployed for maximum visceral impact and delivered like a celluloid shotgun blast to the synapses.

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A Gentle Creature

Directed by Segei Loznitsa

A woman lives alone on the outskirts of a village in Russia. One day she receives a parcel she sent to her incarcerated husband, marked 'return to sender'. Shocked and confused, the woman has no choice but to travel to the prison in a remote region of the country in search of an explanation.

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Edie

Directed by Simon Hunter

Sheila Hancock is at her sublime best as Edie, an elderly woman who, in the aftermath of the death of her controlling husband, decides to fulfil a long-held dream of climbing a Scottish mountain.

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£6

Bad Genius

Directed by Nattawut Poonpiriya

A genius level high school student makes money after developing elaborate methods to help other students cheat. Ocean’s Eleven meets The Breakfast Club in Bad Genius. This bitingly brilliant teen movie is deliciously clever and laugh-out-loud funny.

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£6