JULY SCHEDULE

FILMS SCREENING DURING JULY 2018

Mondays at 6pm
Cinema 2 - Event Cinemas

TANGERINE
02 July | Sean Baker | USA | 2015 | 88m | R16
Shot on iPhone, this raunchy comedy storms the streets, donut shops, brothels and clubs of West Hollywood as two transgender BFFs hunt down the ‘bitch’ who did them wrong. “Oodles of low-life, grubby-edged glamour, and an energy that jumps off the screen” – The Telegraph
L'INHUMAINE
09 July | Marcel L'Herbier | France | 1924 | 122m | PG
Cinematic futurism and silent melodrama combine in this glittering feature, with spectacular set design and costuming created by a who’s who of Art Deco artists and designers, including Fernand Léger and Paul Poiret.

Presented in co-operation with Institut Francais and the Embassy of France
YOUNG TORLESS
16 July | Volker Schlöndorff | West Germany | 1966 | 86m | R18
Young cadets in an Austrian military academy at the turn of the 20th century move between childhood and adulthood in this insightful first film that launched the New German Cinema movement. “A chilling anticipation of a culture stifled by authoritarian regimes and attitudes” – Criterion

Presented in co-operation with the Goethe Institut
FIREWORKS WEDNESDAY
23 July | Asghar Farhadi | Iran | 2006 | 104m | M
From two-time Oscar winner Farhadi (A Separation, The Salesman). “This compelling, corrosive account of male-female relationships in today’s Tehran is tempered by genuine compassion for the individuals concerned.” – Geoff Andrew, Time Out
ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS
28 July | Howard Hawks | USA | 1939 | 121m | PG
Starring Cary Grant and Jean Arthur as daredevil fliers in South America in an exhilarating adventure, based in part on the director’s own experiences. “The quintessence of Hollywood sophistication.” – Time Out

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