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  Regent Street Cinema this March [read more]
  A nice, warm cinema
  March on down to the Regent Street Cinema this month for an eclectic and fascinating range of world cinema festivals, musical events and regular programming highlights to get involved in whilst soaking up the cinema's celebrated ambiance.

SOUND SCREEN MUSIC AND FILM FESTIVAL makes a noise with a series of hot docs from 23rd to 25th March including films from Julien Temple along with HERE TO BE HEARD: THE STORY OF THE SLITS and DESCENT INTO THE MAELSTROM, a look at the cult-like following of Australian rock act Radio Birdman. Audiences can also immerse themselves in legendary MTV session Nirvana Unplugged on 1st March thanks to PITCHBLACK PLAYBACK.

There’s also the return of HEAVENLY FILMS on the 27th March and CINEMAITALIAUK on the 8th March with WOMEN IN REVOLT, a collection of 5 extraordinary short films on the theme of daughterhood.

The cinema's renowned DOUBLE BILLS this month include two from master craftsman Ingmar Bergman: PERSONA and the little seen THE TOUCH starring Elliot Gould. There's more at the link.
  Graeme Clark [20 Feb 2018 at 23:40]

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