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SCREENINGS


teacher Vivienne fights sweltering heat and general teenage apathy to put on an end of year music version of Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’. CinemaxX 1


ISLANDS (Italy) Ellipsis Media International, 92mins. Dir: Stefano Chiantini. Key cast: Asia Argento, Ivan Franek, Giorgio Colangeli, Anna Ferruzzo. An Eastern European bricklayer looking for work is befriended by a young woman who has retreated into silence and lives with a middle-aged priest. CinemaxX Studio 17


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HYSTERIA (US) Elle Driver, 109mins. Dir: Tanya Wexler. Key cast: Hugh Dancy, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Rupert Everett.


London as the beautiful wife of a High Court judge. To the shock of those around her, she walks out on her marriage to move in with a young ex-RAF pilot. CinemaxX Studio 13


THE DOOR (Hungary, Germany) Bankside Films, 98mins. Dir: Istvan Szabo. Key cast: Helen Mirren, Magda Szabo, Andrea Veszits.


1880: With the help of his friend Edmund, young doctor Mortimer Granville invents the world’s first vibrator, which proves to be an extraordinary success. CineStar 1


A female writer struggling for success employs an elderly woman to be her housekeeper. Illustrates the bond developing between these two different women and, ultimately, the tragic end of their relationship. CinemaxX 8


FOUR SUNS (Czech Republic) Films, Boutique, 105mins. Dir: Bohdan Slama.


Key cast: Jaroslav Plesl, Anna Geislerova, Karel Roden. Jara has lost his job, his family is falling apart and his only friend is Karel, a lonely weirdo. Unemployed and immature, he tries to keep his family together and to protect Karel from himself – but who will protect Jara? CinemaxX Studio 15


GOON (Canada) Myriad Pictures, 90mins. Dir: Michael Dowse. Key cast: Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, Eugene Levy. A slacker who discovers a talent for brawling joins the local hockey team as the ‘muscle’. Kino Arsenal 2


THE HEINEKEN KIDNAPPING (Netherlands) Global Screen, 118mins. Dir: Maarten Treurniet. Key cast: Rutger Hauer, Reinout Scholten Van Aschat. Amsterdam, 1983. Alfred Heineken, one of the wealthiest brewers and the most influential man in Holland, has one weakness: he feels invulnerable. It takes a band of hot-headed men to crumble down this wall of invulnerability. dffb-Kino


HUNKY DORY (UK) Independent, 109mins. Dir: Marc Evans. Key cast: Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard. In the heat of the summer of 1976, keen drama


MK2 PROMO REELS (France) MK2 90mins. CinemaxX 5 By invitation only


THE PACT (US) Content, 89mins. Dir: Nicholas McCarthy. Key cast: Caity Lotz, Casper Van Dien, Haley Hudson. A terrifying ghost story. CinemaxX 4


REPLICAS (Canada) Celluloid Dreams/Nightmares, 96mins. Dir: Jeremy Power Regimbal. Key cast: Selma Blair, John Close, Rachel Miner. An evening with their friendly neighbours is suddenly interrupted when one man’s obsession with perfection escalates into a violent struggle, forcing the families to


go above and beyond in order to survive. CinemaxX Studio 19


STELLA DAYS (Ireland) Films, Distribution, 93mins. Dir: Thaddeus O’Sullivan. Key cast: Martin Sheen, Stephen Rea, Marcella Plunkett. Story of a man, about the conflict between love and duty, hope and faith and between the excitement of the unknown and the security of the familiar. It encapsulates the dilemma of Ireland in the mid- 1950s. Kino Arsenal 1


SUNDAY DADS (France) Pathe International, 88mins. Dir: Louis Becker. Key cast: Thierry Neuvic, Helene Fillieres, Olivier Baroux. Forced to separate from his wife and leave behind his home and three kids, Antoine becomes a ‘Sunday dad’. After a difficult start, he gradually adjusts to this new life, which might even have room for a new romantic encounter. CineStar 4


VIOLET & DAISY (US) Wild Bunch, 90mins. Dir: Geoffrey Fletcher. Key cast: Saoirse Ronan, Alexis Bledel, James Gandolfini. The whimsical story of a teenager’s surreal and violent journey through New York City. MGB-Kino


Market Offices


Aspect Film Ritz-Carlton 508 Bankside Films Marriott 103 Celsius Entertainment Marriott 104 Content Media Corp MGB 36 Ealing Metro International Ritz-Carlton 544/546 Entertainment One Films InternationalMGB 126 Exclusive Media Ritz-Carlton 550


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Fandango Portobello Marriott 250 GFM Films +44 7956 286 275 Goalpost Film Ritz-Carlton +44 7771 966 190 Goldcrest Films Ritz-Carlton 834 Hanway Films MGB 29 High Point Media Marriott +44 7904 540 994 Hollywood Classics MGB 112 Icon Entertainment International Marriott 333 IM Global Ritz-Carlton 11th Floor Independent MGB 4


Intandem Films Ritz-Carlton +44 7802 965 551 K5 International Ritz-Carlton 639 Pathé International MGB 3 Protagonist Pictures MGB 128 Salt Marriott 226 Stealth Media Group Marriott 252 The Little Film Company MGB 141 The Works International MGB 137 Timeless Films Mandala +44 7760 786 625 Westend Films Marriott 240


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