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Await Further Instructions + Q&A

Castle Cinema
13 December

A mysterious black substance surrounds the Milgram family house on Christmas morning, trapping them inside. As the family quickly descend into terrified arguments, the TV glows with an ominous message: "Stay Indoors and Await Further Instructions." As the screen’s grip grows ever more sinister, their paranoia escalates into bloody carnage…

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Alexei German: Khrustalyov, My Car!

Close-up Cinema
14 December

The time is 1953, the place is Moscow; the Jewish purges are still on, and Stalin is on his deathbed. When General Yuri Glinsky, a military surgeon, tries to escape, he is abducted, taken to the lowest rungs of hell, and deposited at the heart of the enigma. Alexei German’s deeply personal penultimate film is a work of solid and constant disorientation, masterfully orchestrated.

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Good Burger + Stand-up set

Harris Academy South Norwood
14 December

Welcome to Good Burger! Home of the good burger, can we take your order? Join us for the ultimate 90s throwback with comedy duo Kenan & Kel as they embark on a pun filled and absurdist summer working at an independent burger joint. This Nickelodeon classic will undoubtedly have you craving a burger & fries with a shake to boot.

Preceded by a stand-up set by Ed Night.

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Your Cinema: December Edition

Vue Westfield Stratford City
from 14 Decmber

Vue presents ‘Your Cinema’s December Edition’ featuring some of the best award-winning films from Black and Asian Minority Ethnic culture across the UK.
Including Q&A’s from directors and film industry insiders, including Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole.

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Down the Rhodes

Picturehouse Ritzy
16 December

Jazz re:freshed is presenting a screening of Down the Rhodes, a documentary about the invention of the Fender Rhodes piano and its creator, Harold Rhodes. Developed as a rehabilitation tool for soldiers in World War II, the piano both revolutionized and empowered musicians to explore a new, electric frontier of music, one which has changed music forever.

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The General

Picturehouse Central
16 December

Join Picturehouse for this special screening of this ground breaking, wildly funny and influential film directed by and starring one of the masters of silent cinema, Buster Keaton. The screening will feature an introductory presentation from a member of the Picturehouse Education team on the comedy of Buster Keaton and the importance of this film to the development of comedy and action cinema. 

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They Shall Not Grow Old + Q&A

Deptford Cinema
17 December

Deptford Cinema marks the centenary of the armistice ending the First World War with a screening of the incredible new exploration of the battlefields of the Western Front, as overseen by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson. They Shall Not Grow Old was created exclusively with original footage from Imperial War Museums’ film and audio archive and audio from BBC archives.

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Bounce Cinema Takeover

Genesis Cinema
18 December

Bounce will be taking over London's largest independent cinema once again for the biggest short film night ever to hit the capital. Join them at the Genesis Cinema, where they will be showing the very best independent short films on the big screen, highlighting the works and journeys of a series of independent filmmakers through screenings and a panel discussion celebrating the diverse talent making moves in the film industry.

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Preview: 1985

Institute of Contemporary Arts
18 December

Adrian is a young New York transplant returning home to Texas. Bearing extravagant Christmas gifts to paper over a silence he can’t seem to address, his evangelical Christian family long for more of him even as their unspoken signals shut him down. Set against the first wave of the AIDS crisis in Ronald Reagan’s United States, 1985 evokes the difficulty of coming out in a recent past perhaps distanced, for some, by decades of queer activism and visibility.

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