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INDIA AT 70

– a season of films marking 70 years

since Indian independence and Partition –

screening across the UK  Sep-Dec 2017

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THE ROAD TO MANDALAY

a film by Midi Z

– in cinemas in the UK & Ireland 29 Sep 2017 –

Forthcoming Screenings

BY THE TIME IT GETS DARK

a film by Anocha Suwichakornpong

film of the week – Mark Kermode on BBC Radio 5 Live

film of the week ★★★★ – Mark Kermode in The Observer

film of the week – Sight & Sound

★★★★ – “fascinating, enigmatic feature” — Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

★★★★ – “hypnotic”— Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

 

Upcoming screenings:

London – Deptford Cinema

Inverness – Eden Court Theatre

 

 

India at 70

A season of films celebrating India’s rich film history, while exploring notions of conflict, division, diversity and the many ‘languages’ of Indian cinema.

Films include a selection of Satyajit Ray titles, Deepa Mehta’s Earth set during Partition, and recent critically acclaimed titles Court, Miss Lovely and A Billion Colour Story. Screening in London, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Sheffield, Oxford and other cities September-December

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The Road to Mandalay

a film by Midi Z

In his fourth feature, Midi Z powerfully portrays two illegal immigrants seeking to escape conflict and poverty in Burma, as they resort to human traffickers to cross over the border into a less than welcoming Thailand…

Chichester Film Festival – 17 Aug

London – Regent Street Cinema – 26 Sep

Manchester – HOME – from 29 Sep

 

On DVD

AU REVOIR L’ETE

a film by Koji Fukada

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winner of Un Certain Regard Grand Prix for his latest film, ‘Harmonium’, Cannes Film Festival 2016

DVD: available now

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36 & MARY IS HAPPY, MARY IS HAPPY

a film by Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit

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Double DVD set + limited edition t-shirt:

available now

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