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Bounce Cinema - New Voices in Film + panel

Rich Mix
Thursday 18 July

Join Bounce Cinema as they highlight the journeys of independent filmmakers through a screening of short films and a panel discussion, celebrating the diverse talent making moves in the field of film today. Get practical advice, inspiration and top tips on how to break into the industry, and network with guest filmmakers and fellow film enthusiasts.

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Rainbow Film Festival

21-28 July

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of their annual film festival, Rainbow Film Society present over 30 films from across the globe, including Bangladesh, India, Turkey, Iran, Norway, Jordan and the UK. Venues across East London will play host to the opening and award ceremonies, workshops for young adults, a one-day women's film conference and Q&A sessions.

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Fengshui European premiere

Regent Street Cinema
Monday 22 July

Set against the backdrop of Korea’s majestic landscapes, this action-packed historical epic follows Fengshui Master Park Jae-sang as he attempts to avenge his tragic past by helping to overthrow a power-hungry clan who have their sights set on the throne. Part of the London Korean Film Festival 2019 teaser screenings programme.

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Duke of Burgundy + intro + Q&A

Deptford Cinema
Tuesday 23 July

A woman who studies butterflies and moths tests the limits of her relationship with her lesbian lover in Peter Strickland’s visually stunning and divinely sensual study of obsession, control and power. Including an intro and Q&A with critic Anton Bitel, this screening is part of the BFI and National Lottery's Film Feels: Obsession season.

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Tales of the Silk Road - Chapter 3: Syria

BFI Southbank
Wednesday 24 July

Through an engaging programme of music, short films, activist videos and discussion, Shorts on Tap and Bagri Foundation share the voices of Syria, its human stories and the country’s vision for the future. This free event is hosted by Syrian/Spanish researcher Gabriel Garroum and includes a performance by oud player Rihab Azar.

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Deadly Is the Female / Gun Crazy

Redmond Centre
Thursday 25 July

One of the most distinguished works of art to emerge from the B-movie swamp, Joseph H. Lewis' Poverty Row picture turns pulp into pure gold. A tale of an outlaw couple on the run, this is a small but perfectly formed masterpiece of flash and trash, unwholesome obsession and criminal daring. Free screening by Redmond Pictures, a North London community cinema.

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Fire in Babylon + Q&A + afterparty

Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records
Thursday 25 July

As part of their Winning Mentality season of films that look at obsession in sports, We Are Parable bring you a documentary that explores the intense rivalry between the West Indies and England in the 1960s and 1970s. Featuring interviews with cricket legend Viv Richards and musician Bunny Wailer, the film takes an in-depth look at the social context of cricket, from racism and discrimination to equal pay.

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Pride + panel discussion

Amnesty International Action Centre
Thursday 25 July

Welcome Cinema + Kitchen is a monthly screening and supper club, uniting Londoners of different backgrounds through film, food and friendship. Inspired by an extraordinary true story, Pridewill be accompanied by a vegan feast with food from five countries and panel discussion with Mike Jackson of Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners, Aloysius Ssali of the Say It Loud Club and other guests.

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Genesis Cinema
Thursday 25 July

Outsider Pride is back! The People's Film Club have again teamed up with The Outside Project and Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest for a night of queer celebration. Come along for activist stalls, DJs, drag performances, food and a screening of the iconic Hedwig and the Angry Inch, in which a transgender punk-rock girl from East Berlin tours the U.S. as she follows the former lover/bandmate who stole her songs.

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