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Discover Tuesdays: The Olive Tree – Tuesday 11 April

Simão Vaz, Marketing Manager at East Dulwich Picturehouse reviews this week’s Discover Tuesdays’ title, The Olive Tree.

Federico García Lorca once wrote “Green how I want you green. 369 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: Homo Sapiens – Tuesday 4 April

Ryan Powell, Community and Education Officer for Picturehouses reviews this week’s Discover Tuesdays’ title, Homo Sapiens.

With Homo Sapiens, director Nikolaus Geyrhalter has constructed a documentary that is set in the future. 300 more words

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Misc. Films presents: Homo Sapiens Tuesday 4 April.

Michael Leader and Rowan Woods of programming collective Misc. Films bring Nikolaus Geyrhalter’s Homo Sapiens to the Discover Tuesdays strand on 4 April.

We first fell in love with Nikolaus Geyrhalter’s… 640 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: Certain Women – Tuesday 28 March

Becky Chesshyre,  Marketing Manager at the Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford, reviews this week’s Discover Tuesdays’ title, Certain Women.

In the minute-and-a-half-long opening shot of Certain Women… 476 more words

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Kenneth Anger: Modern Mythologist - Tuesday 18 April

We’ll be playing a selection of Kenneth Anger films as part of our Discover Tuesdays strand on Tuesday 18 April. Deborah Allison, Programming Development Manager at Picturehouse Cinemas discusses some of the themes in his work, as well as his influences and influencees. 1,173 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: Sweet Dreams – Tuesday 21 March

Becky Chesshyre,  Marketing Manager at the Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford, reviews this week’s Discover Tuesdays’ title, Sweet Dreams.

In the penultimate scene of Sweet Dreams… 393 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: The Love Witch – Tuesday 14 March

Lee Anderson, Assistant Manager at Regal Picturehouse, Henley-on-Thames, reviews this week’s Discover Tuesdays’ title, The Love Witch

Shot completely on 35mm film it is clear that The Love Witch has been styled as a very glam but campy 60/70s horror film. 265 more words

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