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Vauxhall Film Club: All This Panic

Vauxhall Film Club: All This Panic
Thursday 18 May

Presented by Birds Eye View and The Extraordinary Travelling Film Show, All This Panic follows a group of teenage girls in Brooklyn as they navigate the transition between childhood and adulthood. Shot over a three-year period, it is a meditation on a painful yet exhilarating slice of young life. This screening is supported by Film Hub London.

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The New Black Film Collective: A Moving Image + Q&A

Stratford East Picturehouse
Thursday 18 May

An artist returns to Brixton after a long absence, finding herself now considered a symbol of gentrification. Struggling with her own complicity, she creates a piece of art to bring her community together. Cast and crew will be present for a Q&A post-screening. This screening is supported by Film Hub London.

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Spaceship + Q&A

Picturehouse Central
Friday 19 May

Acclaimed British director and Film London alumni Alex Taylor unleashes his debut feature, a visually-daring, thought-provoking exploration of British teenhood. Rising star Alexa Davies shines as the ethereal Lucidia, who spends her days with her misfit community of cyber goths. After her sudden and mysterious disappearance, her friends journey deep into the unknown to find her.

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T A P E and V Spot: Dinner and a Movie: Office Space

Upstairs at the Ritzy
Friday 19 May

Enjoy this modern comedy classic in style with a three-course veggie menu. Corporate drone Peter hates his soul-destroying job at software company Initech, and every day he and his friends are humiliated by their callous boss. Eventually, Peter convinces his friends to exact revenge based on an idea cribbed from Superman III... but not everything goes to plan.

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The Croydon Creative: The Gold Rush + live score

The Lost Format Society
Saturday 20 May

Typically inventive and whimsical, this classic silent comedy sees Charlie Chaplin's lovable Tramp head north to join the Klondike gold rush. Once there, our hero's fortunes fluctuate as he gets trapped in a cabin during a blizzard and falls in love with a lovely dance hall girl – but will he strike gold? The screening will be accompanied by a chamber orchestra.

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Close-Up on Stanley Kubrick: Dr Strangelove

Close-Up Film Centre
Sunday 21 May

Stanley Kubrick's brilliantly provocative black comedy on Cold War politics is a landmark film, and the first commercially-successful political satire about nuclear war. The great Peter Sellers plays three roles, and the film's farcical nature and Monty Python-esque humour is a refreshing response to the apocalyptic fears of the 1950s.

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London Korean Film Festival Teaser Screening: Queen of Walking

Regent Street Cinema
Monday 22 May

This delightfully quirky comedy-drama follows motion-sickness afflicted student Man-bok, who joins her school's race walking team, quickly developing a passion for the sport and a new-found zest for life. The national competition is soon on the horizon, but how will the bus-averse student make the 70km trip?

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Wimbledon Film Club: The Olive Tree

hmvcurzon
Tuesday 23 May

A quiet, soulful film telling the story of headstrong young Spanish woman Anna, who decides to recover a thousand-year-old olive tree that her family have sold to a foreign energy company. Director Icíar Bollaín was mentored by Ken Loach, and themes of family and home are depicted against a backdrop of big business versus the environment.

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London's Screen Archives screening

Crouch End Picturehouse
Thursday 25 May

This dementia-friendly screening features specially-curated clips of bygone London life. Designed to inspire reminiscence, the films focus on key 20th Century events, as well as well-known parts of Hackney and Haringey. After the screening there will be a group discussion, and a chance for attendees to share their own stories.

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