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Sun 23 Nov

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  • What's Rife? Hidden WW1: Teenagers at War


    This week Rife journalist Jess Connett explores the lesser known stories from the teenagers of World War I, and how our lives would have been if we were born 100 years ago.

  • DShed: Five Things Musical


    This month we present a selection of the finest shorts from the Watershed archives powered by music and movement.

  • Gone Girls Sunday Brunches: Jeune et Jolie (18) S


    The ever-prolific François Ozon's (In The House, Potiche) story of Isabelle (Marine Vacth), a 17-year-old student on an unexpected journey of sexual self-discovery as she embarks on a secret life of high-class prostitution.

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  • Hear Me Move (15)


    South Africa's first dance film is an energetic, exciting tour de force of a film that focus on Muzi, the son of an amazing pantsula dancer who must balance family, friendship, his own ambitions and a new love on his journey to become a man.

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  • Mr. Turner (12A)


    Mike Leigh's vivid and hugely enjoyable portrait of artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (Timothy Spall, who scooped the Best Actor prize at Cannes) is a luminous homage to the master of light, someone whose canvases could almost be early forerunners of cinema.

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  • Winter Sleep (15) S

    14:50, 19:00

    Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Once Upon A Time In Anatolia) returns to the epic backdrop of Turkey's rural steppes for this ravishingly beautiful and daringly multifaceted Palme d'Or winner, a tale of conversations and the gap between rich and poor. Truly filmmaking of the highest order.

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  • The Imitation Game (12A)

    15:10, 18:00, 20:40

    Benedict Cumberbatch surely has an Oscar® nomination in the bag for his performance as yet another eccentric prodigy: mathematician and cryptanalyst Alan Turing, whose biting, anti-social intelligence helped cracked the seemingly unbreakable Nazi enigma code, but whose wartime achievements counted for nothing when his homosexuality fell foul of the law in the early 1950s.

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  • Fandry (CTBA) S


    A multidimensional portrait of the Indian caste system at work, as a boy from an 'untouchable' caste strives to impress his (socially) superior schoolmate. A warm vision of a country where beauty and chaos both reign.

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  • Leviathan (15) S


    Andrei Zvyagintsev (The Return, The Banishment and Elena) returns with this magisterial new work, which deservingly scooped the Best Film prize at the London Film Festival last month.

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