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20:50 at Rich Mix
During the racially-charged summer of 2016, Don't Be Nice follows a team of young black Slam Poets on their journey to the National Championship.

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12:30 at Andaz, London (formerly Great Eastern Hotel)
Feminist horror film collective The Final Girls take over the Masonic Temple to explore the recurring ghostly figure of... The vengeful female...

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16:00 at Rio Cinema
80 minutes of audio-visual delights from the minds of our most visionary filmmakers.

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19:00 at Regent Street Cinema
Stretching the traditional bounds of love & friendship, Wild Side tells the story of Stéphanie, a transsexual who returns home with her two male lovers in tow, to look after her dying mother.

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18:30 at Old Spitalfields Market
Watch Guadagnino's sensual and transcendent coming-of-age tale of first love at EEFF's big screening at the heart of Old Spitalfields Market.

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21:00 at Castle Cinema
Tezuka's first venture into x-rated anime, A Thousand & One Nights blends wacky humour, eroticism and adventure as we follow Aldin’s journey from poor market boy to the richest man in the world.

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19:00 at CRATE Brewshed
Directed by filmmaker and photographer Britt Caillouette, Blue Heart aims to raise global public awareness about the massive scale and long-term negative impact of the Balkan Rivers hydropower boom.

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19:00 at Horse Hospital
A screening of John Harvey's (AKA Brother Zachary) film Sympathy for the Devil, The True Story of The Process Church of the Final Judgment, plus director Q&A and other entertainments to be announced.

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14:00 at Rio Cinema
A world premiere for a very rare film about one of the more unusual groups to come out of Britain in the 1960s, the Incredible String Band.

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19:00 at Goethe-Institut London
Jakob Lass’s funny and refreshingly honest story of opposites attracting.

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