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Frames of Representation 2018

ICA
20-28 April

The festival's third edition explores the multifaceted concept of landscape through screenings, workshops, seminars and a symposium. It aims to facilitate conversations around how filmmakers, thinkers and activists are currently ?addressing the interconnected frames of art, society and the environment.

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Without This World + Q&A

Bertha DocHouse
Friday 20 April

Director Nora Fingscheidt presents a preview and Q&A of her debut, a richly observed portrait of a Mennonite community. Living an 18th-century lifestyle in 21st century rural Argentina, speaking Low German, and living in strict accordance with the Bible, the film captures the colony on the cusp of change.

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South Social Meets Norway

Theatre Peckham
Saturday 21 April

Get better acquainted with Norway this weekend. A warm and touching story about life, loss and love, Going West is a Norwegian dramedy based on a son taking his estranged transgender father on a road trip. Other treats include a Norwegian band playing live and delicious cuisine from a Nordic superfood hub.

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Fruitvale Station

Deptford Cinema
Sunday 22 April

Before Black Panther and Creed, director Ryan Coogler and the acting talent of Michael B. Jordan combined forces in this award-winning drama based on tragic true events. This is the story of Oscar Grant III, a 22-year-old Bay Area resident, who crosses paths with friends, enemies, family, and strangers on his last day alive in 2008.

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A Moving Image + Q&A

Pop Brixton
Sunday 22 April

Block Party Cinema invite you to the launch of The Film Club, a monthly cinema series combining films with Q&As, discussions and DJs. The inaugural screening of A Moving Image will see the director Shola Amoo, Community Leader Michael Smith and the Brixton-born Lisa Maffia discuss gentrification and the changes in Brixton.

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London Symphony + panel discussion

Picturehouse Central
Sunday 22 April

This city symphony offers a poetic, artistic snapshot of London as it stands today and celebrates the capital's rich diversity of culture, architecture and religion. Named Best Modern Silent in the 2017 Silent London Poll, the screening will be followed by a discussion about representations of cities on screen.

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There's No Place Like Home

The Glory
Monday 23 April

There's no place like home, and Queerly Beloved is happy to return to the The Glory for an evening of film celebrating the dynamic between immigration, culture, and queer identity. Short films you can look forward to on the night include Escaping AgraThe Migrant Mixtape, and Crossing Bridges.

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Fear Eats the Soul + intro

Gate Picturehouse
Monday 23 April

A tribute screening for Barbara Stone, co-founder of The Gate Cinema and Cinegate Film Distribution who sadly passed away recently. A superb tale of the doomed love affair between an ageing cleaner and a young Moroccan immigrant, Fassbinder's Fear Eats The Soul is one of many great films Barbara helped introduce to UK audiences.

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Women of Wonders + discussion

Castle Cinema
Wednesday 25 April

An evening of short films and a panel discussion to illustrate the power of women on screen – from gender reversal to interplanetary future. These Utopian sci-fi feminist films present alternative narratives and challenge stereotypes, asking one main question: what will the woman of tomorrow be like?

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