RT @ceciliawee: .@josephdelappe visiting us on Wed 22 Feb, including an evening lecture @RCAvisualcomm https://t.co/fDAnUIzkvh
 
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18:00 at Genesis Cinema
The feature film compendium Nostalgie de la Boue relates the journey of hundreds of isolated people walking in deserts.

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19:00 at Frontline Club
The Frontline Club partners with the London School of Economics in programming an evening of short films during the 2017 Literary Festival on the theme Revolutions.

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21:00 at Prince Charles Cinema
6 classic films, back-to-back, from the classic Cine-goth, in one night!

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17:45 at Barbican
Lars von Trier’s striking Melancholia is explored as part of the Barbican’s Craft of Film season, with production designer Jette Lehmann joining the audience for a talk at the end of the screening.

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10:00 at BFI Southbank
The BFI kicks off 2017 in style with a celebration of the work of Martin Scorsese, running from January to February 2017.

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18:20 at ICA
In the coastal city of Kaliningrad, Venya believes the world is nearing its end.

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22:00 at Picturehouse Central
Paul Verhoeven's biting satire of the American Dream.

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18:00 at Picturehouse Central
Kelly Reichardt directs Laura Dern, Michelle Williams, Kristen Stewart and Lily Gladstone in this portrait of independent women whose lives intersect in a small town in Montana.

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14:00 at Rio Cinema
Mo' Better Blues, Spike Lee’s love letter to jazz, will be shown as part of the wider “Spike is 60” film festival, celebrating the director’s 60th birthday.

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20:45 at Prince Charles Cinema
Celebrate the life of the great Leonard Cohen with this brilliant documentary of his 1972 world tour, directed by the great Tony Palmer.

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