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New York Our Time

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Irish Film London are proud to present two brilliant films by Irish artists - Vivienne Dick’s New York Our Time and Tadhg O’Sullivan’s To The Moon.

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To The Moon

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Irish Film London are proud to present two brilliant films by Irish artists - Vivienne Dick’s New York Our Time and Tadhg O’Sullivan’s To The Moon.

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Cinema in the City: The Assistant

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The Assistant follows one day in the life of Jane (Julia Garner, Ozark and Inventing Anna), a recent college graduate and aspiring film producer, who has recently landed her dream job.

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Cinema in the City: Casablanca Beats

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A young generation takes centre stage in Nabil Ayouch's brash and bold Casablanca Beats, an exhilarating portrait of aspiring hip-hop artists which played in competition at Cannes.

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Cinema in the City: The Quiet Girl

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Colm Bairéad’s beautifully understated feature debut finds a young girl coming to terms with loss and the importance of family in rural Ireland.

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Cinema in the City: Playground

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Caught in a conflict of loyalty, Nora tries to find her place, torn between children's and adult's worlds. An eventual confrontation between Nora and Abel leads to a startling climax.

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Cinema in the City: Pete's Dragon

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In anticipation of his upcoming Disney adaptation Peter Pan & Wendy, Cinema in the City brings you the first venture in children’s fantasy adventure by critically acclaimed director David Lowery (A Ghost Story, The Green Knight).

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Cinema in the City: Rurangi with LCR Pride

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FACT and LCR Pride presents Rurangi, an authentic and emotional tale of gender, racial and sexual identity in modern day New Zealand told by Max Currie.

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Cinema in the City: Everything Went Fine

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A daughter is forced to reconcile her past with her father when he contacts her with a devastating final wish, in François Ozon’s powerful family drama. André (André Dussollier) has never been the easiest of fathers.

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Exhibition

Let the Song Hold Us

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FACT

An exhibition of new immersive artworks that explore how music and song bring together the family and collective histories we inherit. Featuring Korakrit Arunanondchai, Zinzi Minott, Larissa Sansour, Søren Lind, Tessa Norton, Ebun Sodipo and Rae-Yen Song.

Do Something Saturdays

Workshop, Families

Do Something Saturdays

FACT

Bring your family along to Do Something Saturdays and kickstart your weekend with free and fun activities inspired by our current exhibition.

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Exhibition

My Garden, My Sanctuary

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FACT

Coming soon: My Garden, My Sanctuary is a collection of new, immersive artworks by Yaloo and Sian Fan - two artists using creative technology to tell stories of ancestry and self-discovery in a hyperconnected world.