Belfast Film Festival

11th – 20th April 2019

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Film Noir ar Sixty6: Chinatown

Directed by Roman Polanski

The National presents their first evening of Film Noir at Sixty6 with Chinatown. Set in the confines of one of Belfast 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
Venue: Sixty6

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Orphee at 21 Manor Street

Directed by Jean Cocteau

Orphée is the central part of Cocteau’s Orphic Trilogy. Set in contemporary Paris, the story is a surreal adaptation of the classical Greek myth of Orpheus in the Underworld. Noted for simple but ingenious special effects, Cocteau tells a story of love, death and jealousy, and how art can seduce the artist away from ordinary human concerns.

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Orphee at 21 Manor Street
£5

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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
Venue: The Black Box

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35 Years of Lawrence Kasdan’s ‘The Big Chill’

Directed by Lawrence Kasdan

A college friend (Kevin Costner) dies and his funeral reunites those that loved him. Featuring a song soundtrack showcasing 60s & 70s classics compiled by Lawrence’s wife Meg Kasdan, plus an ensemble cast which inspired a generation. This is one weekend reunion which will change their lives forever.

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35 Years of Lawrence Kasdan's 'The Big Chill'
£6

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BFF Quiz

Do you know which film was the first to feature a flushing toilet? If you do then this is the quiz for you (if you don't this is the quiz for you).

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BFF Quiz
£3
Venue: The Black Box

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Lessons of War: Matt McGinn

Lessons of War is a global music project spear-headed by Co. Down songwriter, Matt McGinn. In 2017, with Arts Council NI assistance, Lessons of War reached out to musicians across the world from areas affected by war or conflict.

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Lessons of War: Matt McGinn
£7
Venue: The Black Box

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People Like Us: The Mirror

Belfast Film Festival and Sonorities present a new live-cinema performance by People Like Us titled The Mirror. This immersive audio-visual piece uses sampling and collage to explore concepts of inward reflection, outward reflection and projection into the beyond.

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People Like Us: The Mirror
£7

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Mary Poppins Sing-A-Long

Directed by Robert Stevenson

Your chance to sing along with some of the best-known and most beloved songs in motion picture history. After 54 years, Mary Poppins continues to pull lasting magic from its cinematic carpet bag of tricks, while reminding new generations how a simple gift of kindness costs merely tuppence...

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Mary Poppins Sing A Long
£6

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