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The return of the experimental analogue electronic music night. featuring a broad range of styles from ambient to techno, and incorporating live av, sound and performance art.
Life drawing at Deptford Cinema!
Our first film in the BODY theme is FRANKENSTEIN, with the novel having celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2018. Welcome to Sci-Fi Sundays at Deptford Cinema!
When Greg Sestero, an aspiring film actor, meets the weird and mysterious Tommy Wiseau in an acting class, they form a unique friendship and travel to Hollywood to make their dreams come true.
A classic of Cuban cinema: after his wife and family flee in the wake of the Bay of Pigs invasion, bourgeois intellectual Sergio passes his days wandering Havana, his amorous entanglements and political ambivalence gradually giving way to a sense of alienation. Using a radical cinematic style, Memories of Underdevelopment is an intimate and densely layered indictment of its protagonist’s disengagement and an extraordinary glimpse of postrevolutionary Cuba.
Marie and Henrik meet one summer, falling into a blissful romance that is tragically cut short. Years later, after rediscovering her old diary from that fateful time, melancholy Marie returns to her uncle's home in an attempt to quiet the demons that have haunted her ever since. Ingmar Bergman’s tenth film has been described as "a gentle drift toward true mastery", marking the beginning of a highly productive decade of work.
Directed by Ingmar Bergman
A softcore love story, ‘Camille 2000’ follows the excesses and ecstasies of an elite group of French socialites in 1960’s Rome.
Carmen (who lives with her grandmother Carmen and her brother Karmen) fights her family’s curse of never reaching orgasm in ‘Las Malcogidas’, a caustic musical comedy that tells the story of a thirty-year-old woman in search of her first orgasm.
In parallel, she struggles to lose weight and please her grandmother while trying to earn the money her brother needs for a sex change operation.
A pitch-black dramedy where distrust and petty conflicts boil over into violent acts of extremism
This dark surburban satire tells the story of a man who is accused of adultery by his ex-fiancée and forced to move in with his parents. While he fights for custody of his four-year-old daughter, he is gradually sucked into a bitter dispute between his parents and their neighbours regarding an old and beautiful tree that casts a shadow on the neighbours’ deck. As the dispute intensifies – property is damaged, pets mysteriously go missing, security cameras are being installed and there is a rumour that the neighbour was seen with a chainsaw. The cast is led by Steinthor Hroar Steinthorsson, Edda Björgvinsdóttir and Sigurdur Sigurjónsson (Rams).
Two Families. One Tree. A Bloody Mess