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Bingo: The King of the Mornings

Rich Mix
15-21 December

Based on a true story, Brazil’s official Academy Award submission gets under the skin of the country’s most famous TV clown. Filled with irony and humour, this cheerfully lurid rise-and-fall tale tells the incredible and surreal story of a man that finds his personal decay whilst looking for his artistic value.

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Framed Film Club Christmas Party

Barbican
Saturday 16 December

Presented in association with BAFTA Kids, Framed Film Club's annual Christmas Party will offer on-stage entertainment and a very special guest from the North Pole, as well as a special preview. The title is top secret, but fans of The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom will not be disappointed.

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Kësulat

Tricycle Theatre
Sunday 17 December

Set in a small village near the Serbian border, Kësulat reflects the life of two families – one Albanian, one Serb – torn apart by the war in Kosovo in 1999. Tensions rise as Serbian forces invade the village, and relations between the families break down. The story is told in a unique way by intertwining fiction, survivors’ interviews and real war footage.

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Animal Christmas Crackers

The Workshop
Sunday 17 December

Children are in for a treat with this animal-themed Christmas family fun-day. Supported by Film Hub London, children are encouraged to dress up as their favourite animal. The day will include dance lessons, singing, face-painting and a programme of animal-themed short films from London's Screen Archives.

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The Impossible Picture + Q&A

ICA
Tuesday 19 December

The everyday life of a family in 1950s Vienna is documented by 13-year-old Johanna, tracing a childhood captured on 8mm film, fragments of family history and secrets, and a family revolving around grandmother Maria, who holds weekly cooking clubs in her kitchen. This UK premiere is followed by a director Q&A.

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Failed by the State: The Struggle in the Shadow of Grenfell

Hub 67
Tuesday 19 December

Films for Food and Red Fish present a grassroots report into the deadly Grenfell Tower fire, where it finds a community building from the ashes of the tragedy. The documentary looks at how the victims responded to repeated state failings during and after the fire.

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Damsels in Distress

Deptford Cinema
Tuesday 19 December

A trio of girls set out to change the male-dominated environment of the Seven Oaks college campus, and to rescue their fellow students from depression, grunge and low standards of every kind. Damsels In Distress is a sharp, daffy, eccentric delight screening as part of Deptford Cinema's Greta Gerwig Appreciation Evening.

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The Greatest Christmas Show on Earth

Cinema Museum
Thursday 21 December

This brilliant evening of screen talent will include one delight after another. Enjoy world-renowned singers, jaw-dropping speciality acts and comedians of the highest calibre, with artists on screen including Judy Garland, Julie Andrews, Rufus Wainwright, Carmen Miranda, and Rudolph Nureyev.

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Frozen Sing-Along

Walthamstow Assembly Hall
Thursday 21 December

Walthamstow Assembly Hall will be transformed into a giant snow globe for a very special screening of Frozen Sing-Along. The enchanted venue with magical acoustics has seen the likes of Julie Andrews perform here, and now invites you to come, sing and test the magic for yourself with Elsa, Anna and Olaf.

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