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19:00 at Tate Modern
In collaboration with UNIQLO Tate Lates & the Tate Modern, KINOTEKA present 140 Beats Per Minute. Rave Culture & Art in 1990s Poland, an eve of art, music & film inspired by 90s Polish rave culture.

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14:00 at Horse Hospital
A collection of shorts that approach the question of healing via sexual exploration with sensitivity, bravery and wit, exploring how deep engagement with the body can help improve self image.

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18:45 at ICA
Directed by Amélie Ravalec, Art & Mind is a journey into art, madness and the unconscious, an exploration of visionary artists and the creative impulse.

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21:00 at Prince Charles Cinema
A Wes Anderson all-nighter. Six classic films, one ticket. Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, The Darjeeling Limited, Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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14:50 at BFI Southbank
Experience the dystopian vision of Fritz Lang's visually stunning 1920s sci-fi film.

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18:00 at Sadler's Wells
Yuli, a film inspired by the fascinating life and career of Carlos Acosta - the first black guest dancer in London for the Royal Ballet.

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18:30 at Curzon Mayfair
A gastronomic cinematic experience, offering movie goers a feast for the eyes, ears, nose and tongue. Come and get a taste for the scenes in the Labyrinth that stole Edible Cinema's attention.

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20:40 at BFI Southbank
Anna May Wong stars as a vaudeville artist who finds that love cuts both ways…

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18:30 at Prince Charles Cinema
Six fresh stories exploring femininity and feminism through the eyes of young women told by six bold new (and mostly female) filmmakers.

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18:30 at Curzon Bloomsbury
With a great eye and an ability to immediately put people at ease, Harold Feinstein captured searing images of Coney Island in the '40s and '50s.

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