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Merseyside Polonia presents one of the best Polish black comedy-dramas, about a day in the life of Adaś Miauczyński, a Polish language teacher suffering from OCD butting up against school officials’ strident budget cuts; to escape the madness of his life, he plans a trek to the sea to re-evaluate his life.Find out more »
Dir. Ousmane Sembène, 1966, Senegal / France, 59 mins, B&W A young Senegalese woman moves…Find out more »
Small Cinema Kids Club is back with the FIRST EVER full length animated feature by Lottie Reiniger, telling the story of good versus evil played out between Prince Achmed and the ugly African magician, involving a magical flying horse, Princess Dinarsade, the demons of Wak Wak and the Princess Pari Banu, Aladdin, and a witch.Find out more »
Two women's football teams from the UK journey to the West Bank to play against Palestinian teams. Perfect for those football fans and for all who want to learn more about Palestine. With Q&A.Find out more »
We mark International Women's Day 2017 with this bold documentary about The Speed Sisters, who are the first all-woman race car driving team in the Middle East.Find out more »
An oddly lyrical inner-city dirge about the hopes and aspirations of four half brothers in Sao Paulo’s deprived suburbs. Although a familiar plot line, the film offers sincere social commentary by allowing the characters freedom to pursue their dreams and live their own lives.Find out more »
New release! One of the most acclaimed films of the year, Moonlight follows Chiron, a young black man growing up in hostile environments as he discovers his own strength to be himself.Find out more »
A Czech New Wave cult classic fairytale horror exploring early female sexuality with a hallucinatory mix of Pre-Raphaelitian romance and psychedelic-noir.
Part of Elsewhere Cinema's Myths and Fairytales season form the darkest depths of the iron curtain and beyond.
An intimate portrait of the poet, painter, musician and singer that explores her philosophy, spirituality, history and self expression. Known as the godmother of punk, she emerged in the 1970s, galvanising the music scene with her unique style of poetic rage and trademark swagger. We follow her over 11 years of international travel, through her spoken words, performances, lyrics, interviews, paintings, and photographs.
Event will also include a unique compilation of stunning performance footageFind out more »