Films

  • Alain Resnais, Muriel, 1963

    Artists' Film Club: Neïl Beloufa Selects Alain Resnais’ Muriel

    1 Oct 2014

    The late Alain Resnais’ third feature film, Muriel (1963), is selected by artist Neïl Beloufa in conjunction with his exhibition Counting on People (24 Sep – 16 Nov 2014).

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  • Guillaume Niclous, The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq, 2014

    The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq

    26 Sep 20141 Oct 2014

    September 2011, while supposedly on the promotional tour for his novel The Map and the Territory, writer Michel Houellebecq briefly disappeared off the face of the earth - this film now reveals what really happened.

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  • Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, 20,000 Days on Earth, 2014

    20,000 Days On Earth

    26 Sep 20149 Oct 2014

    Nick Cave explores his own life and creative processes through dreamlike conversations with friends and collaborators.

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  • Francesco Rosi, Salvatore Giuliano, 1962

    Salvatore Giuliano

    26 Sep 20145 Oct 2014

    Immediately hailed as a masterpiece on its release, Francesco Rosi's Citizen Kane-style investigative portrait of Sicilian society has now been lovingly restored by Martin Scorsese's Film Foundation.

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  • Ilian Metev, Sofia's Last Ambulance, 2012

    Dochouse: Sofia's Last Ambulance + Director Q&A

    2 Oct 2014

    A beautifully considered and artfully constructed documentary following the crew of an ambulance as they struggle against Bulgaria's crumbling medical and transport infrastructure.

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  • Phil Cox & Hikaru Toda, Love Hotel, 2014

    Love Hotel

    15 Sep 20142 Oct 2014

    With unprecedented access into one of the most private and anonymous spaces in Japanese society, this film follows the love hotel's struggling manager and staff as they try to keep their hotel running, as well as revealing the intimate and private lives of the customers who visit.

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  • Pawel Pawlikowski, Ida, 2013

    Ida

    3 Oct 20149 Oct 2014

    ★★★★ 'It is a small gem, tender and bleak, funny and sad, superbly photographed in luminous monochrome’ Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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  • Skip Kite, Will and Testament, 2014

    Will and Testament

    3 Oct 20145 Oct 2014

    Skip Kite’s portrait of the career of Britain's longest-serving politician, Tony Benn.

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  • Yann Gonzalez, You and the Night, 2014

    You And The Night

    3 Oct 20149 Oct 2014

    Writer-director Yann Gonzalez's erotic debut feature played to critical acclaim during Critics' Week at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, and stars Eric Cantona and legend Beatrice Dalle in this kitsch ode to love and lust.

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  • George Hencken, Soul Boys of the Western World, 2014

    Soul Boys of the Western World

    4 Oct 20147 Oct 2014

    George Hencken’s much-anticipated documentary sees Spandau Ballet recount their rise from working-class Islington roots to the excesses of “champagne, cocaine and adrenalin”.

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