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A Fantastic Woman + Q&A + afterparty

Curzon Soho
Friday 23 February

Dive into the world of this Oscar-nominated film with an evening of insights and entertainment at Curzon Soho. This preview will be followed by a panel on transgender representations with Shon Faye and a special Wotever World afterparty with DJ sets, live performers and a whole lot of extra surprises.

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Fimfarum - The Third Time Lucky

Czech Embassy Cinema
Saturday 24 February

The Fimfarum trilogy marks a return to the origins of Czech animation, merging old puppet traditions with the poetry of the youngest generation of Czech puppeteers. The entire film is 'hand-made' using moving puppets, which in no way lags behind modern digital productions. Followed by an animation workshop for kids.

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Moonstruck in 35mm + discussion

Genesis Cinema
Sunday 25 February

Bechdel Test Fest host a special 35mm presentation of Moonstruck, a film with food and love at its core, with an Oscar-winning performance by Cher alongside Nicholas Cage and the late John Mahoney. Followed by a discussion of Ruby Tandoh's new book 'Eat Up!', the film and our relationship with food.

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Priscilla + Toxic Queen

Clapham Picturehouse
Monday 26 February

LGBT+ film club Out At Clapham celebrates the life and work of the late Australian artist David McDiarmid. The bright and glitzy road movie The Adventures Of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert will be preceded by Toxic Queen, a short doc by McDiarmid's close friend and filmmaker Fiona Cunningham-Reid.

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Men & Chicken

The Exchange
Tuesday 27 February

Two outcast brothers get to know their biological family and discover the horrible truth about themselves and their relatives upon the death of their father. Starring Mads Mikkelsen, this offbeat Danish comedy messily plunges you into the grotesque underbelly of genetics through the tale of an unusual family reunion.

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Open-Mic Short Film Night + Q&A

Candid Arts
Tuesday 27 February

Kino London is back with Kino #95, another chance to experience a night packed full of short films introduced by their talented makers, tons of laughs and free popcorn. Come along to Candid Arts for a night of compact narratives and surprises as they get ever closer to their 100th screening.

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Keteke + Q&A

Amnesty International Action Centre
Wednesday 28 February

Welcome Cinema celebrate the month of love with a colourful indie romcom gem from Ghana that gives a wry but affectionate nod to Ghanaian traditions and gender dynamics. As a special treat, Welcome Kitchen's supper club will be adding traditional Ghanaian dishes to their popular 'world food plate'.

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Dugdale Centre
Thursday 1 March

On World Book Day, Talkies Community Cinema present a loose adaptation of the Thomas Hardy's classic Tess of the D'Urbervilles. It follows young, gentle Trishna, who lives with her family in poor rural India, on a journey of hope and disappointment. Gorgeously shot, the story explores the cruel inequality of the sexes in this sample of Indian society.

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8 Borders, 8 Days + panel discussion

Curzon Bloomsbury
Thursday 1 March

Bertha DocHouse invites you to join fierce single mother Sham on a turbulent journey from Lebanon to Germany, as she flees the Syrian civil war and risks everything to bring her two children to safety. This immersive drama will be followed by a panel discussion with director Amanda Bailly and guests.

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