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The Look of Love - feature film

Steve Coogan (above) stars as famed London gentlemen’s club owner Paul Raymond in this comedic drama about the rise of the self-styled ‘King of Soho’. Michael Winterbottom’s movie is one of Sundance London’s most anticipated. 

£14, Apr 25, 6pm 
Cineworld, Sky Superscreen 

 

Film London Microwave - Talk

This open discussion looks at low-budget filmmaking, what to avoid and the tips to succeed when working on an el cheapo production. For budding moviemakers and those keen to hear stories about the ones who have beaten the odds.

Free, Apr 28, 1pm 
Festival Hub

 

The Summit - Doco

Nick Ryan’s mountaineering documentary looks at the attempts in 2008 of a group of climbers to reach the summit of K2, the second- highest mountain in the world but also the most dangerous. It was an attempt that saw 11 of the climbers lose their lives.

This 28,000ft+ high tragedy is told absorbingly through a combination of interviews and reconstructions. A study of high altitude climbing, those who partake, and the perils they chance. 

£14, Apr 26, 9.15pm; Apr 28, 2.45pm 
Cineworld 7 & 8 

 

Bands On Film: The Art of the Music Video - Talk

The music video has come a long way since Queen premiered what is widely understood to be one of the first ever with their promo for Bohemian Rhapsody (it wasn’t the first, but was the first to be so massively successful). 

A marketing tool and artwork in its own right, this hour-long talk looks at the rise of the three-minute clip into an artform as important as the song itself through some of the most beloved examples, and also the most famous filmmakers behind the best and biggest ones.

Free, Apr 27, 12pm 
Festival Hub

 


Muscle Shoals - Doco

Director Greg Camalier interviews a stellar line-up of musicians, including the Rolling Stones, Jimmy Cliff (above) and Bob Dylan, for this documentary about the little Alabama town that birthed some of the most iconic and loved music as black and white came together as one. A tale that lifts the lid on a too little heard moment of magic in the history of American music.

The Saturday screening of the movie will be followed up by a special one-off performance, A Celebration Of Muscle Shoals with Gregg Allman and John Paul White of The Civil Wars. This 45-minute acoustic show honours the people and the songs, such as Mustang Sally and Wild Horses, that made this small town important.

£14, Apr 25, 5.30pm; Apr 27, 6pm; 
Apr 28, 2.30pm 
Cineworld 9 & 8 

 

Emanuel And The Truth About Fishes - Feature film

Kaya Scodelario (TV’s Skins) stars as troubled teen Emanuel in this hyper-stylised comedy drama from filmmaker Francesca Gregorini. Realism and surrealism combine in this one-of-a-kind flick as Emanuel develops a fascination and then a relationship with the enigmatic young mum who moves in next door, and  bears a striking resemblance to her own late mother. 

£14, Apr 26, 9pm; Apr 27, 2.45pm; 
Apr 28, 12.15pm 
Sky Superscreen & Cineworld 6

 

Blackfish - Doco

The killer whale’s so named for a reason: it is a dangerous creature. Tilikum is a US killer whale in captivity that has killed three people, including a respected trainer.

This riveting documentary looks at the circumstances that led to this, within the context of the larger effects of keeping such large, wild animals in captivity. It’s a movie with a message from respected nature documentary filmmaker Gabriela Cowperthwaite.

Free, Apr 25, 6pm; Apr 27, 3.15pm 
Cineworld 7 & 9



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