Belfast Film Festival

12th – 21st April 2018



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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Too Late


Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer

Virtually ignored upon its initial release in 1945, but was later championed by film critics and directors such as Martin Scorsese as one of the high points of the film noir genre.

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Dial ‘M’ for Murder

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

  • USA
  • 1954
  • 105 mins

Martin Scorsese shared this thought after seeing Dial 'M' for Murder for the first time: “At the time what seemed like a really good Hitchcock picture suddenly became, I think, a great one.”

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Too Late


Directed by Houda Benyamina

Girlhood meets Scarface in Houda Benyamina’s Cannes prize–winning debut feature, about two young women who become embroiled in the criminal world of the Parisian banlieues.

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Too Late


Directed by Ivan Sen

Writer/director Ivan Sen has combined two genres uncommon to Australia, to deliver one classic film no Australian should miss, a masterpiece of outback noir that packs a political punch.

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Too Late

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