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The Fall

8.3 / 18 votes

UK Cinema Release Date

Wednesday 27th July 2016
The Fall poster
Contains moderate bad language. Suitable for 12 years and over.
Current Status:released

Next Showing:

In 1 cinema on Monday 6th January 2020 view the list. According to our cinema listings this may be the last showing.

Directed by:

Produced by:

Genre:

Documentary

Language:

English

Runtime:

1 hour 36 minutes (approx.)

Movie Synopsis:

August 10, 1984, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum: Around four laps into the women's 3000m final at the Olympic Games an American athlete loses her stride, clips the heels of the runner in front and hits the track, her medal chances gone.

That woman was Joan Hansen, but nobody tells her story now. Nobody ever did. Even as Hansen staggered to her feet, unfolding ahead was the dramatic conclusion to another story, an ending in keeping with months of controversy that extended far beyond sport's boundaries. The story of Zola Budd and Mary Decker.

Accidents are not uncommon in the hurly-burly of elite distance running - Hansen's fate seconds earlier bears witness to that - and the bare facts are unremarkable enough: Budd's legs became entangled with Decker's once, then again. The American crashed off the track, Budd continued and finished seventh.

But the circumstances surrounding this split-second incident - personal and political, cultural and competitive - mark it out as a tale to be told and retold.

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In Search of Chopin

7.5 / 31 votes

UK Cinema Release Date

Tuesday 9th May 2017
In Search of Chopin poster
Age rating / classification to be confirmed.
Current Status:released

Next Showing:

In 1 cinema on Sunday 1st March 2020 view the list. According to our cinema listings this may be the last showing.

Directed by:

Genre:

Documentary

Language:

English

Runtime:

1 hour 50 minutes (approx.)

Movie Synopsis:

In a new film from the director of award-winning and critically acclaimed trilogy In Search of Mozart, In Search of Beethoven & In Search of Haydn Phil Grabsky brings us the music and life story of one of the world's favourite composers, Fryderyk Chopin. In a quest to discover new insights into Chopin, the man and his musical genius, Grabsky travelled the globe over four years recording performances by world-class musicians and interviewing respected historians and musicologists. Featuring Daniel Barenboim; Ronald Brautigam;; Jeremy Siepmann, Nelson Goerner; Kevin Kenner; Janusz Olejniczak; Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century conducted by Frans Br├╝ggen; Leif Ove Andsnes; Lars Vogt. Juliet Stevenson narrates and RSC actor David Dawson voices Chopin's letters.

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Ghost Hunting

8.1 / 18 votes

East End Film Festival Release Date

Saturday 17th June 2017
Ghost Hunting poster
Suitable only for adults.
Current Status:released

Next Showing:

In 1 cinema on Saturday 7th December 2019 view the list. According to our cinema listings this may be the last showing.

Directed by:

Genre:

Documentary

Language:

Arabic

Runtime:

1 hour 34 minutes (approx.)

Movie Synopsis:

Director Raed Andoni places a newspaper advertisement in Ramallah. He is looking for former inmates of the Moskobiya interrogation centre in Jerusalem. In his ad he asks that the men should also have experience as craftsmen, architects or actors. After a casting process that almost feels like role play, he arranges for a replica of the centre's interrogation rooms and cells to be built to scale inside a hall - under close supervision from the former inmates and based on their memories. In this realistic setting the men subsequently re-enact their interrogations, discuss details about the prison, and express the humiliation they experienced during their detention. Using techniques that are reminiscent of the so-called 'theatre of the oppressed' they work together to dramatise their real-life experiences. Their reconstruction brings long repressed emotions and undealt with trauma to the fore. Working on the film takes its toll on the men - both physically and mentally.

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The Outsider

Unrated

UK Cinema Release Date

Friday 20th April 2018
The Outsider poster
Contains mild bad language. Suitable for 8 years and over.
Current Status:released

Next Showing:

In 1 cinema on Monday 25th November 2019 view the list. According to our cinema listings this may be the last showing.

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Genre:

Documentary

Language:

English

Runtime:

1 hour 39 minutes (approx.)

Movie Synopsis:

He was at the center of the biggest banking scandal you've never heard of.

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Half the Picture

6.7 / 23 votes

Sundance Film Festival London Release Date

Friday 1st June 2018
Half the Picture poster
Suitable for 15 years and over.
Current Status:released

Next Showing:

In 1 cinema on Tuesday 26th November 2019 view the list. According to our cinema listings this may be the last showing.

Directed by:

Produced by:

Genre:

Documentary

Language:

English

Runtime:

1 hour 34 minutes (approx.)

Movie Synopsis:

Half the Picture is a documentary about the dismal number of women directors working in Hollywood, using the current EEOC investigation into discriminatory hiring practices as a framework to talk to successful women directors about their career paths, struggles, inspiration and hopes for the future.

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