What's on Today Fri 29 April

In this Lunchtime Talk, designer and educator Becca Rose will share her approach to making a hybrid paper and digital book and talk about the story-making process, designing for learning, and her perspective on technology in education.

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One of the most talked about films of the year, Sebastian Schipper's extraordinary heist thriller is - incredibly, audaciously - shot at night on the streets of Berlin in a single continuous take.

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Winner of the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar and Golden Globe, this blistering debut from Hungarian director László Nemes is an unforgettable Holocaust drama set inside Auschwitz, which follows a prisoner determined to give the body of a boy a proper burial.

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A darkly intricate Israeli drama that examines the unhealthily symbiotic relationship between two sisters - one of whom is mentally disabled.

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The latest outing from acclaimed indie directors Josh and Benny Safdie is a harrowing blend of fiction and raw documentary that chronicles a young heroin addict feeding her addictions and finding mad love on the sidewalks of New York.

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This debut from Swedish director Magnus von Horn is a taut and morally complex drama that follows John (Ulrik Munther), a gawky teenager who faces fear, hostility and danger when he returns to his rural community after serving time for a tragic crime.

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Part two of Miguel Gomes' majestic folk tale relates how desolation has invaded humanity - through stories involving a teleporting murderer, a wounded cow, and a ghost dog named Dixie.

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