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Fri 30 Jan

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  • DShed: Five Things Slapstick

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    To celebrate this month's Slapstick Festival, here are Five Things Slapstick; a collection of jocular shorts to help you laugh off those January blues...

  • Whiplash (15)

    15:10, 18:00

    A supremely talented young jazz drummer is cherry picked for a place in an elite New York school’s top ensemble in this intense, exhilarating drama about the relationship between a musical prodigy and his teacher, that will leave you breathless.

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  • Inherent Vice (15)

    17:00, 20:10

    Paul Thomas Anderson (The Master) does Pynchon (Thomas) in this, a groovy, funny mystery that plays out in 1970, during the dying days of free love.

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  • Au Revoir Les Enfants (12A) S

    17:40

    This richly detailed, immaculately acted film traces the friendship between two 12-year-olds, one from a wealthy Catholic family through whose eyes the events are seen, the other a Jewish boy hidden by the priests, his identity concealed.

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  • A Most Violent Year (15)

    20:20

    Set in the chilly winter of 1981 in New York, Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis) is once again pounding the city’s frosty streets - this time as Abel, a self made businessman in this brilliant feature from JC Chandor (Margin Call, All Is Lost).

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  • Birdman (15)

    20:30

    Michael Keaton gives a career-defining performance in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s absurdly hysterical backstage melodrama about a washed up actor looking to get his career flying again in what is one of the standout films of the year.

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