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Discover Tuesdays: A Poem Is A Naked Person - Tue 19 Jul

Kieran Rogers from Harbour Lights, introduces this week’s Discover Tuesdays title A Poem Is A Naked Person.

Director: Les Blank. 1974. USA. 90min.

Film, like any other art form, can have a transcendent quality, transporting us back to a particular time and place. 490 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: Evolution - Tue 12 Jul

Chloe Walker, Marketing Manager at Phoenix Picturehouse, introduces this week’s Discover Tuesdays title Evolution.

Director: Lucile Hadzihalilovic.
Starring: Roxane Duran, Julie-Marie Parmentier, Max Brebant. France/Belgium/Spain 2015. 462 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: Fire At Sea - Tue 5 Jul

Picturehouse Community And Education Officer Ryan Powell introduces this week’s Discover Tuesdays title Fire At Sea.

Director: Gianfranco Rosi. Italy/France 2016. 108 mins. Italian with English subtitles. 454 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: Embrace Of The Serpent - Tue 28 Jun

Picturehouse Community And Education Officer Ryan Powell gives us a sneak peek at today’s Discover Tuesdays film: Embrace Of The Serpent.

Director: Ciro Guerra.
Starring: Nilbio Torres, Jan Bijvoet, Antonio Bolivar. 604 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: Chicken - Tue 21 Jun

Lee Anderson, Assistant Manager at Regal Picturehouse, Henley-on-Thames, previews today’s Discover Tuesdays title: Chicken.

Director: Joe Stephenson.
Starring: Scott Chambers, Morgan Watkins, Yasmin Paige. UK 2015. 381 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: Born To Boogie - Tue 14 Jun

Neil Hepburn, Marketing Manager at The Cameo, Edinburgh, previews today’s Discover Tuesdays title: Born To Boogie

Director: Ringo Starr.
Starring: Marc Bolan. UK 1972. 62 mins. 591 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: The Club - Tue 7 Jun

This week Discover Tuesdays presents Pablo Larraín’s The Club

Winner of the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival 2015 and nominated for the Best Foreign Language Motion Picture at the Golden Globes in 2016, … 534 more words

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