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18:30 at Curzon Bloomsbury
Ten years after the passing of his wife and partner, Jeanne-Claude, Christo sets out to realise The Floating Piers, a project they conceived together many years before.

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18:45 at ICA
After living in the US illegally for over 20 years, Miko takes a cross-country journey from LA to NYC in this critical moment of hostility against migrants in the country he has come to know as home.

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18:30 at Regent Street Cinema
Shorts. Risks. Important choices. Battles. Warrior queens... Need we say more?

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19:30 at The Cinema Museum
Koyaanisqatsi is an apocalyptic vision of the collision of two different worlds: urban life and technology versus the environment, plus a brand-spanking new score by We Stood Like Kings.

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20:45 at Prince Charles Cinema
Dreamlike and mysterious, Mulholland Drive is Lynch's 'twisty neo-noir' film, where nothing is quite as it seems.

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18:30 at Tate Modern
Come join this immersive journey through the jungle toward the mythical elephants graveyard.

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18:00 at Barbican
Reimagined in vibrant, expressionist colour, Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters marries an author to his fiction—a vivid middle where man and myth collide.

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17:40 at Close-Up Film Centre
Fierce satires and poetic meditations on existence from the post-war period are interwoven with expressive and intimate reflections on ‘being’ in present-day Japan.

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20:30 at Close-Up Film Centre
Expect teen angst and violent outburst in Suzuki's darkly comic film which follows Kiroku, a high school kid who lusts after the pure, Catholic daughter of his boarding family.

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15:30 at Barbican
The film that launched Shohei Imamura’s career, Pigs and Battleships is an agile, whip-smart mockery of a greed-driven, post-occupation Japan.

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